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History Under Debate
International Reflection on the Discipline

Edited by Carlos Barros
Professor, Department of History, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Lawrence J. McCrank, PhD
Dean, Library and Instructional Services, Chicago State University, Illinois

 

History Under Debate

International Reflection on the Discipline

• Preface. Historiography As a Primary Source (LawrenceJ. McCrank)

• PART I: THE HAD FORUM AND MOVEMENT

• Chapter 1. The Return of History (Carlos Barros)

• Chapter 2. History Under Debate Manifesto

• PART II: DEBATE AND DISCUSSION

• HISTORY IN AND OF SPAIN

• Chapter 3. The Linguistic Turn and Postmodernity Among Spanish Historians (Francisco Vázquez G.)

• Chapter 4. Teaching Women's History in Spanish Universities (Cristina Segura Graiño and A. C. Almudayna)

• Chapter 5. Centers and Peripheries: Writing and Teaching Medieval and Early Modern Spanish History (Teófilo F. Ruiz)

• REFLECTIVE AND COMPÁRATELE VIEWS

• Chapter 6. The History of Historiography: Retrospective Analysis and Research (Gonzalo Pasamar Alzuria)

• Chapter 7. History Facing the Perpetual Present: The Past-Future Relationships (Jéróme Baschet)

• Chapter 8. Recenr Trends in U.S. Social History (Hal S. Barron)

• Chapter 9. Historical Information Science: History in Information; Information in History (LawrenceJ. McCrank)

• Chapter 10. The Historian As Subject and Object (Adeline Rucquoi)

• Chapter 11. Illusions About and Underestimation of the Role of Sentiment in the Historian's Work (Hubert Watelet)

• Chapter 12. "The End of History": Looking Back and Thinking Ahead (Israel Sanmartin)

• Chapter 13. Globalization and Historiography (Juan Manuel Santana Pérez)

• Index

• Reference Notes Included

 

About the Editors

Professor Carlos Barros is Senior Lecturer of Medieval History at the University of Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain, and is the Founder and Coordinator of the international net of historians Historia a Debate listserv (www.h-debate.com) and Organizer of the History Under Debate conferences. Professor Barros has made numerous contributions to collective monographs and scientifie journals and is the author of three books written in his native tongue. He was the main researcher for "The State of History" and "The Change in Historical Paradigms"two International Inquiry research projects conducted in collaboration with historians from the universities of Zaragoza, Cádiz, País Vasco, La Laguna, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, and Murcia.

Lawrence J. McCrank is Dean of the Paul and Emily Douglas Library at Chicago State University, Illinios and an American medievalist and early modern historian. His interests in historiography are reflected in his recent book, Historical Information Science: An Emerging Undiscipline

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