OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

A Concise Companion to History

ISBN : 9780199660308

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¥3,652
著者: 
Ulinka Rublack
ページ
480 ページ
フォーマット
Paperback
サイズ
136 x 214 mm
刊行日
2012年10月
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What is our relationship with the past? A quiet revolution has transformed the ways in which History provides us with answers. Indeed, not so long ago the very question might have seemed odd. But in recent decades the solid moorings to which History was seemingly tethered have proved less secure than earlier supposed. That realization has produced some discomfiture, but also many more opportunities for approaching worlds with which we have lost connection. No single book can hope to reflect all the ways in which History has 'changed with the times' nor can, or should, a volume with numerous contributors speak with one voice. Yet the Companion does range widely, addressing key themes and structures from new areas of enquiry as well as providing fresh treatment of established fields; and it does mark a significant departure in a genre still shaped by stories that are predominantly Western. It reflects a practice of history that seeks global connections and pioneers a sustained dialogue between historians specializing in the history of particular continents. It does not, in the sharply ridiculing phrase of one historian, compare the Ashanti empire to the British empire. But the scholars writing in this book build on the much greater awareness that 'Western' achievements and claims to modernity were often not as unique as once portrayed, and that the history of interconnections and multi-centric developments of different civilisations is crucial for a proper critical understanding of the past. Escorted by some of the world's leading historians, readers of the Companion will find pages an indispensable guide to what history is today.

目次: 

Preface
PART I: WRITING HISTORY
1. History and World History
2. Causation
3. The Status of Historical Knowledge
4. Historians
PART II: THEMES AND STRUCTURES
5. Commerce
6. Power
7. Communication
8. Population
9. Gender
10. Culture
11. Ethnicity
12. Science
13. Environmental History
14. Religion
15. Emotions
16. The Power of Ideas
Acknowledgements
Index

著者について: 

Ulinka Rublack teaches early modern European history at Cambridge University and is a Fellow of St John's College. One of the most original historians of her generation, she is widely known for her books Reformation Europe and The Crimes of Women in Early Modern Germany (the latter published by Oxford University Press) and, more recently, Dressing Up: Cultural Identity in Renaissance Europe, which is also published by Oxford University Press.

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