Debra Hawhee and Crista J. Olson explore the possibilities and challenges of "writing histories across time and space" in their entry, "Pan-historiography." Expressing a desire to put histories, artifacts, and archives in "motion," they argue for extended histories that stretch, temporally, beyond the "disciplinary trend" of "restricted or focused histories," which–although without disparaging the value of such synchronic studies–might elide an understanding of or "attention to residual accumulation of topoi, beliefs, and strategic practices" that only a spanning, diachronic approach can reveal.
|Subtitle||The Challenges of Writing History across Time and Space|
|License||All rights reserved|
|Work Type||Part Of Book|
|Deposited||January 31, 2018|
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