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Varieties of Culture History MOBI FB2 978-0801484926
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  • Título Original: Varieties of Culture History
  • Autor del libro: Peter Burke
  • ISBN: 978-0801484926
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:429
  • Realese fecha:1997-06-22
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Varieties of Culture History por Peter Burke Libro PDF, EPUB

In this collection of essays, of which four are published here for the first time, Peter Burke explores the theory and practice of what is called "new cultural history". He focuses on the varieties of cultural history which have emerged since the writings of Jacob Burckhardt and Johan Huizinga. No new orthodoxy has emerged to replace the classic model, Burke suggests, desp In this collection of essays, of which four are published here for the first time, Peter Burke explores the theory and practice of what is called "new cultural history". He focuses on the varieties of cultural history which have emerged since the writings of Jacob Burckhardt and Johan Huizinga. No new orthodoxy has emerged to replace the classic model, Burke suggests, despite the importance of innovative approaches inspired by social and cultural anthropology.After discussing the origins and identity of cultural history, Burke explores the social history of dreams and the relation between history and social memory. He presents five case studies addressing topics in the history of early modern Italy. Each is located on the frontiers of cultural history between learned and popular culture, between the public and the private spheres, and between the serious and the comic. Burke then turns to the encounter between Europe and the New World and to the phenomenon of cultural translation in the etymological, literal, and metaphorical senses of the term. He concludes with two theoretical investigations: one on the history of mentalities and one which asks why cultural history seems doomed to fragmentation".