Michael S. Roth; Georg G. Iggers. Historiography in the Twentieth Century: From Scientific Objectivity to the Postmodern Challenge. Middletown. excellent survey of historiography in the twentieth century, in fact the best to date Q. Edward Wang and Georg G. Iggers (Rochester: University of Rochester. Georg Iggers. Abstract. The paper summarises and critically discusses the main trends of twentieth-century historiography worldwide and sets.
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The discipline’s greatest challenge may have come in the last two decades, when postmodern ideas forced a reevaluation of the relationship of historians to their subject and questioned the very possibility of objective history.
Historiography in the Twentieth Century (Georg Iggers)
Iggers devotes chapters to economic and social history in Germany Weber and historical sociologyAmerican traditions of social history, the Annales in France, “historical social science” in post-war Germany, and Marxist historical science in the Soviet bloc and in Britain. Email alerts New issue alert. Philosophy of History in Philosophy of Social Science. From Scientific Objectivity thd the Classical Historicism as a Model for Historical Scholarship pp.
Sign in Create an account. Iggers Book Published by: Iggers traces the basic assumptions upon which historical research and writing have been based, and describes how the newly IGGERS is an internationally recognized authority on intellectual history and comparative international historiography. American Traditions of Social History pp.
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History and the Challenge of Postmodernism pp. Lawrence Stone and “The Revival of Narrative” pp.
No keywords specified fix it. Nationalism, Historiography, and the Re Construction of the Past. In this book, now published in 10 languages, a preeminent intellectual historian examines the profound changes in ideas about the nature of history and historiography.
Sign In Forgot password? Iggers sees the contemporary discipline as a hybrid, moving away from a classical, macrohistorical approach toward microhistory, cultural history, and the history of everyday life.
Iggers clearly has his biases: Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.
The new epilogue, by the author, examines the movement away from postmodernism towards new social science approaches that give greater attention to cultural factors and to the problems of globalization. Critical Theory and Social History: Iggers No preview available – The Challenge of the Social Sciences.
March External links: If you originally registered with a username please use that to sign in. One hundred and sixty pages doesn’t allow room for systematic exposition or analysis, but he achieves some depth by highlighting key schools and prominent individuals. Contact Contact Us Help. A chapter on “the linguistic turn” focuses on North America, looking at Hayden White, Igbers Geertz, Thomas Childers, and work on the history hiistoriography political thought, the French Revolution, and the role of symbols and social language.
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Historiography in the Twentieth Century is also an obvious choice for anyone else wanting to understand how approaches to history have changed over the last century and a half.
Historiography in the Twentieth Century: From Scientific Objectivity to the Postmodern Challenge. History and Theory 44 3: Historiography in the Twentieth Century: Don’t already have an Oxford Academic account? Historigoraphy Emergence of History as a Professional Discipline pp. The History of Everyday Life pp. The new epilogue, by the author, examines twdntieth movement away from postmodernism towards new social science approaches that give greater attention to cultural factors and to the problems of globalization.