Theories of History

In contrast to other disciplines in the Humanities and social sciences, history has a reputation of being barely touched by theory. However, historiography has a long tradition of theory-building as well as adapting theories from other disciplines. The book series Theories of History offers a platform to discuss theoretical musings from and about historiography, the history of historiography, as well as new theories, turns, and methods to approaching the past. The series pursues the conversation about how to write history and leads it into the 21st century.
In contrast to other disciplines in the Humanities and social sciences, history has a reputation of being barely touched by theory. However, historiography has a long tradition of theory-building... read more »
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Theories of History
In contrast to other disciplines in the Humanities and social sciences, history has a reputation of being barely touched by theory. However, historiography has a long tradition of theory-building as well as adapting theories from other disciplines. The book series Theories of History offers a platform to discuss theoretical musings from and about historiography, the history of historiography, as well as new theories, turns, and methods to approaching the past. The series pursues the conversation about how to write history and leads it into the 21st century.
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