The Historiography of Early Modernity Part II: Historiographical ApproachesThe Historiography of Early Modernity Part II: Historiographical Approaches
Changing approaches (theories, methodologies) to the study of history have dramatically affected the study of the early modern period over the 20th c and into the 21st. But the ‘early modern’ has also been in the forefront of testing/developing new approaches
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What type of historian are you?What type of historian are you?
It is about re-discovering the lives of ordinary people who were powerless and who lived through that time yet have been forgotten
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Optimism of the Intellect and Optimism of the Will: The Unseasonable Art of Ngugi wa Thiong’oOptimism of the Intellect and Optimism of the Will: The Unseasonable Art of Ngugi wa Thiong’o
Citation: Spencer, r ‘Optimism of the Intellect and Optimism of the Will: The Unseasonable Art of Ngugi wa Thiong’o’, 2003
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Discuss the Methodological Issues Raised in the Study of ArchivesDiscuss the Methodological Issues Raised in the Study of Archives
For the vast majority of historians,” wrote John Tosh, “research is confined to libraries and archives.”2
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History from belowHistory from below
Khruschev's 1956 'secret speech' about the brutalities during the Stalin era in the Soviet Union. He became a leading figure in Britain's first New Left
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The past ‘as it really was’ Arthur Marwick: History, three levels of meaningThe past ‘as it really was’ Arthur Marwick: History, three levels of meaning
Man’s attempt to describe and interpret that past, or the attempt to discover on the basis of fragmentary evidence the significant things about the past
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Stewart donovan essayStewart donovan essay
British Empire; the British fleet was built from New Brunswick forests and it was the Irish, for the most part, both Catholic and Protestant, who were employed to harvest the trees and build the boats and ships for the imperial fleet
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Scepticism and Judicial MethodScepticism and Judicial Method
It is to consider briefly certain cultural theories associated with Continental philosophers such as Jean‑François Lyotard, Jacques Derrida and Michel Foucault as they might interest practising barristers
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