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Time, Manner, Place: Writing Modern European History in Global, Transnational and International Contexts

Clavin, Patricia Cole, Laurence (Editor) ; Ther, Philipp (Editor) ; Riall, Lucy (Editor)

European History Quarterly, October 2010, Vol.40(4), pp.624-640 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Time, Manner, Place: Writing Modern European History in Global, Transnational and International Contexts
  • Autor: Clavin, Patricia
  • Cole, Laurence (Editor) ; Ther, Philipp (Editor) ; Riall, Lucy (Editor)
  • Assuntos: Europe ; Global History ; Transnational History ; History & Archaeology
  • É parte de: European History Quarterly, October 2010, Vol.40(4), pp.624-640
  • Descrição: The article examines the origins and relationships between global, transnational history and international history, and the potential of these fields of enquiry to reshape European history. Divided into three parts, and drawing on a range of global and European examples, the article examines some of the ways in which transnational history holds the potential to blur established chronological boundaries and offer new approaches to the mapping of time. Global and transnational history has also helped to identify new processes and relationships in modern history, posing, in particular, new questions of comparative history and of Europe’s relations with the world. The article concludes by identifying new sites of historical enquiry in European history and proposing additional ones.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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