Recent themes on historians and the public

historians in conversation

Publisher: University of South Carolina Press in Columbia, S.C

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  • Historiography -- Social aspects.,
  • Historians -- Public opinion.,
  • Public history.,
  • History -- Philosophy.,
  • Historians -- Interviews.

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Women in Texas History is the first book to narrate the entire span of Texas women’s history and marks a major achievement in telling the full story of the Lone Star State. Historians and general readers alike will find this book an informative and enjoyable read for anyone interested in the history of Texas or the history of women. Professor, Department Head Biography. Dr. Freeberg’s teaching and research interests center on the cultural and intellectual history of the United States in the 19 th and early 20 th century. His most recent book, The Age of Edison (Penguin, ), explores the impact of electric light on the development of modern American culture. In Spring he published Democracy’s Prisoner: Eugene V. People, Historians, and Public History: Demystifying the Process of History Making Article in The Public Historian 32(3) August with 39 Reads How we measure 'reads'. An allegedly non-partisan cultural enterprise, named ‘ Historians for Britain‘, pro moting British exceptionalism is particularly coming to the fore. The respected Oxbridge status of some of them might, in fact, provide a public platform for their themes, and they are enjoying som e media coverage.

At the same time, the book as a whole argues two larger points: first, that while houses, households and families have in recent years become increasingly important as objects of inquiry in Greek and Roman contexts, their potential as sources of information about broader social-historical issues has yet to be fully realised; and second, that. Happy 4th of July! We hope you had a great one. Today we present 10 presidential historians talking about 10 American presidents. First off here's a fun talk with Edmund Morris in serious jibber-jabber with Conan O'Brien about presidents.   Romans 13 erupted into the public debate in with the passage of the Fugitive Slave Act. But their own readings of the Bible emphasized the book's themes of deliverance from bondage. The Center for the Study of the Public Domain’s mission is to promote research and scholarship on the contributions of the public domain to speech, culture, science and innovation, to promote debate about the balance needed in our intellectual property system, .

About. The Pacific Northwest Historians Guild brings together scholars concerned with the study and dissemination of regional history. Founded in Nov. , the Guild fosters teaching and appreciation of Northwest history and promotes communication among regional historians. Thucydidean Themes is a collection of seventeen essays by Simon Hornblower on the great fifth-century BC Greek historian Thucydides; but other ancient Greek historians, notably Herodotus, also feature. The chapters are arranged thematically, in three main parts (general; discussions of particular sections of the History; Thucydides' reception). Although most have previously appeared in print.

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In addition the book contains a candid exchange about the state of the history profession at the beginning of the twenty-first century. Designed to engage both students and general readers, Recent Themes on Historians and the Public illuminates the controversy over the role of historians in the public Donald A.

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The prominent historians featured in this collection of essays and interviews drawn from Historically Speaking comment on such wide-ranging topics as the impact of postmodernism on the field, the relationship between professional and popular history, the importance of historical consciousness, and the limitations of the field in its current : $ Recent Themes in World History and the History of the West, Yerxa, ed.

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Tyrell is showing that that jeremiad has always existed as long as there have been professional historians. The narrative of the book, though, is the story of how historians through the progressive era into the s attempted to reach out to the public and forge connections with them through a variety of means/5.

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Recognizing differences in context of what it means to be Size: KB. ‘History that is not useful, that has not some lay appeal, is mere antiquarianism; history that is not controversial is dead history’ claimed Hugh Trevor Roper in 1 Taking this view as a departure point, this article will reflect upon whether historians have responsibilities to communicate with the public, and how their public utility has changed over time.

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In addition the book contains a candid exchange about the state of the history profession at the beginning of the twenty-first century. Designed to engage both students and general readers, Recent Themes on Historians and the Public illuminates the controversy over the role of historians in the public sphere.

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The chapters are arranged thematically, in three main parts (general; discussions of particular sections of the History; Thucydides' reception). Although most have previously appeared in print, many have been rewritten Author: Simon Hornblower.The recent public release, in defiance of the Russian government, of 1, pages of notes from the KGB archives has received a surprisingly muted response from historians.