Reception[ edit ] Frank Ankersmit has forcefully asserted the importance of Metahistory for the English speaking world. So, with it, "philosophy of history finally, belatedly, underwent its linguistic turn and became part of the contemporary intellectual scene.
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Studies in History-Writing and Politics Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press,2.Hayden White (born ) is a historian in the tradition of literary criticism, perhaps most famous for his work Metahistory: The Historical Imagination in Nineteenth-Century Europe ().
He is currently professor emeritus at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and professor of comparative literature at Stanford University. Works by Hayden White (view other items matching `Hayden White`, view all matches) 96 found.
Tropics of Discourse Essays in Cultural Criticism. Hayden V.
White - No categories. Export citation but if one attends to the rhetorical aspects of historical discourse, it appears that ordinary historical narrative prefigures its.
|wowdevelopers - Blog||Metahistory was, after all, the first book-length study in which White explored the notions that are now considered as his most original contributions to historical theory: Besides, the book has given a strong impulse to historical theory in America and Western Europe.|
Tropics of Discourse: Essays in Cultural Criticism by Professor Hayden White. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Hardcover. Good.
Hayden White: An Introduction essays The Historical Text as Literary Artifact and The Fictions of Factual Representation both collected in Tropics of Discourse: Essays in Cultural Criticism ().
In the former he states ‘If there is an element of the historical in all poetry, there is an element of poetry in every historical account of. The title of the book is borrowed from Hayden White's Tropics of Discourse, 2 playing on the dual meaning of the word "tropics," which refers both to the geographic location of many of Japan's colonies and to "tropes"—figures of speech.
The particular tropes Tierney examines are the figures of savagery and representations of the tropics in. AbstractA comic book, a graphic research paper, an experiment in image and text – ‘Steal This History’ explores the s (or ‘Sixties’) as it has appeared in various historical and commemorative discourses.
For more than forty years, the Sixties has been discussed and debated in the U.S. public sphere.
Its political and cultural legacy continues to excite conflict and disagreement.