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HIST 440-010, Historical Method Fall 2010, Dr. Guthrie Reading Terms for Tests First Test (John Tosh, The Pursuit of History , pp. 1-53, 88-171) social memory foundation myth historicism anachronism context process tradition nostalgia belief in progress primary source secondary source literature as a historical source Church records external criticism uses of bias unwitting evidence unreliable statistical evidence comparability description history of narrative latent causes multi-layered analysis limitations of narrative synthesis plurality of social time comparative history ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Second Test (John Tosh, The Pursuit of History , pp. 175-194, 214-240) positivism idealism facts historical hypotheses historical theory rejection of theory determinism lessons from social science ahistorical basis of Marxist theory Marxist analysis of society Marxist determinism
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Unformatted text preview: dialetic Marx’s critique of historians culturalism economism usefulness of Marxist theory the fall of communism +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Final Exam (John Tosh, The Pursuit of History , pp. 58-84, 195-208, 246-326) Diplomatic history Annales school didactic history from below History Workshop Movement business history History of religion world history globalization total history Ferdinand de Saussure deconstruction Michel Foucault intertextuality relativism cultural hegemony the “cultural turn” art history objections to psychohistory literary theory discourse analysis anthropology of mentality Women’s history gender history cultural creation of gender postcolonialism Edward Said subaltern studies Joan Wallach Scott Orientalism role of oral tradition national memory collective memory first-hand memories pitfalls of oral history cultural memory...
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