The Future of Class in History: What's Left of the Social?

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Unifying concepts are essential when studying history. They provide students and scholars with ways to organize their thoughts, research, and writings. However, these concepts are also the focus of myriad conflicts within the field. Social history has experienced more than its share of such conflicts since its inception some forty years ago. In recent times the fields of "the social" and of "culture" have sometimes been presented as mutually exclusive and even hostile. Once again, conceptual innovation in history has been ...

The Future of Class in History: What's Left of the Social? 2007, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, MI

ISBN-13: 9780472069644

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