The Oxford History of Historical Writing: Volume 3: 1400-1800

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José Rabasa, Andrew Feldherr, Daniel Woolf, Grant Hardy
Oxford University Press, 2012年3月29日 - 727 頁
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Volume III of The Oxford History of Historical Writing contains essays by leading scholars on the writing of history globally during the early modern era, from 1400 to 1800. The volume proceeds in geographic order from east to west, beginning in Asia and ending in the Americas. It aims at once to provide a selective but authoritative survey of the field and, where opportunity allows, to provoke cross-cultural comparisons. This is the third of five volumes in a series that explores representations of the past from the beginning of writing to the present day, and from all over the world.
  

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Editors Introduction
1
1 Chinese Official Historical Writing under the Ming and Qing
24
2 The Historical Writing of Qing Imperial Expansion
43
3 Private Historiography in Late Imperial China
60
4 A Social History of Japanese Historical Writing
80
5 Writing History in PreModern Korea
103
6 Southeast Asian Historical Writing
119
India 13501750
148
18 Italian Historical Writing 16801800
364
19 History and Historians in France from the Great Italian Wars to the Death of Louis XIV
384
20 The Historical Thought of the French Philosophes
406
History and Politics c14741600
428
22 Historical Writing in Scandinavia
449
23 Historical Writing in Britain from the Late Middle Ages to the Eve of Enlightenment
473
24 Scottish Historical Writing of the Enlightenment
497
25 English Enlightenment Histories 1750c1815
518

8 Persian Historical Writing under the Safavids 1501172236
173
9 Ottoman Historical Writing
192
10 Islamic Scholarship and Understanding History in West Africa before 1800
212
11 Philology and History
233
12 Major Trends in European Antiquarianism Petrarch to Peiresc
244
Doubts and Debates
261
14 Historical Writing in Russia and Ukraine
282
15 Austria the Habsburgs and Historical Writing in Central Europe
302
16 German Historical Writing from the Reformation to the Enlightenment
324
17 Italian Renaissance Historical Narrative
347
26 European Historiography on the East
536
The First One Hundred Years of Hispanic New World Historical Writing
556
The Painted Historical Genres
575
29 Alphabetical Writing in Mesoamerican Historiography
600
30 Inca Historical Forms
619
31 Historical Writing about Brazil 15001800
640
Issues Traditions and Debates
661
33 Historical Writing in Colonial and Revolutionary America
680
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Jose Rabasa teaches in the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures at Harvard University. His publications include: Inventing America: Spanish Historiography and the Formation of Eurocentrism (1993); Writing Violence on the Northern Frontier: The Historiography of New Mexico and Florida and the Legacy of Conquest (2000); and Without History: Subaltern Studies, the Zapatista Insurgency, and the Specter of History (2010).


Masayuki Sato was born in 1946 in Japan. He read Economics, Philosophy, and History at Keio University and Cambridge University. After teaching in Kyoto, He was invited to Yamanashi University and is now Professor of Social Studies in the Faculty of Education and Human Sciences. He was President of the International Commission for the History and Theory of Historiography (2005-10) and a Programme Officer of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (2007-2010). His latest books are Historiographical Time and Space [Rekishi ninshiki no jiku] (Tokyo, 2004) and Time in World History [Sekaishi ni okeru jikan] (Tokyo, 2009) .

Edoardo Tortarolo was born in Italy. Educated at the University of Turin, he has taught at several Italian universities, at the University of Leipzig (1997-8), and at Northwestern University (2010). In 2006 he was a member of the Institute of Advanced Study, Princeton. He is the author of several books on the political culture of the European Enlightenment.


Daniel Woolf was born in England and grew up in Canada. Educated at Queen's University and Oxford, he has taught at several Canadian Universities, including Dalhousie, McMaster, and the University of Alberta. In 2009 he was appointed Professor of History at Queen's University in Kingston, where he is currently also serving as Principal and Vice-Chancellor. General Editor of The Oxford History of Historical Writing (and co-editor of volume 5 in the series) he is also the author or editor of several previous books and many articles and book chapters. He previously edited the two volume Global Encyclopedia of Historical Writing (1998). His single volume textbook, A Global History of History, was published in 2011 by Cambridge University Press.

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