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歴史理論

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Trousson, Raymond / Vercruysse, Jeroom (dir.), Dictionnaire general de Voltaire. (Champion classiques, references et dictionnaires 18) 1272 p. 2020:10 (Champion, FR) <670-9>
ISBN 978-2-38096-016-7 paper ¥7,064.- (税込) EUR 38.00

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Koester, Manuel / Thuenemann, Holger (Hrsg.), Geschichtskulturelle Transformationen: Kontroversen, Akteure, Zeitpraktiken. (Beitraege zur Geschichtskultur 46) 504 S. 2024:6 (Boehlau, GW) <727-1393>
ISBN 978-3-412-52637-5 hard ¥15,944.- (税込) EUR 65.00 *

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Schuster, Jonas, Karl Theodor von Heigel (1842-1915): Geschichtswissenschaft in Bayern zwischen Politik und Oeffentlichkeit. (Schriftenreihe der Historischen Kommission bei der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften 113) 336 S. 2024:9 (Vandenhoeck, GW) <727-1394>
ISBN 978-3-525-30273-6 hard ¥14,718.- (税込) EUR 60.00

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White, James, M. N. Pokrovskii and the Origins of Soviet Historiography. (Historical Materialism Book Series 320) 336 pp. 2024:8 (Brill, NE) <726-1301>
ISBN 978-90-04-70387-2 hard ¥31,643.- (税込) EUR 129.00

Focusing on the career of the Soviet historian M.N. Pokrovskii, the author examines the evolution of historical writing in the first decade of Soviet rule. As Deputy People's Commissar for Education, Pokrovskii was among those who established the academic institutions of the new regime. The study of Pokrovskii's writings and the political context in which they were conceived helps explain the origin of interpretations of modern Russian history current in Soviet times. The book can for that reason be regarded as a preliminary to the study of the Russian revolutionary era, and a key to the critical evaluation of the historical sources for the period.

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G.Y.オキヒロ著 第三世界研究-解放の理論化 第2版
Okihiro, Gary Y., Third World Studies: Theorizing Liberation. 2nd ed., Rev. & expanded. 328 pp. 2024:8 (Duke U. Pr., US) <725-616>
ISBN 978-1-4780-2644-0 hard ¥24,579.- (税込) US$ 107.95
ISBN 978-1-4780-3067-6 paper ¥6,591.- (税込) US$ 28.95

In this revised and expanded second edition of Third World Studies, Gary Y. Okihiro considers the methods and theories that might constitute the formation of Third World studies. Proposed in 1968 at San Francisco State College by the Third World Liberation Front but replaced by faculty and administrators with ethnic studies, Third World studies was over before it began. As opposed to ethnic studies, which Okihiro critiques for its liberalism and US-centrism, Third World studies begins with the colonized world and the anti-imperial, anticolonial, and antiracist projects located therein as was described by W. E. B. Du Bois in 1900. Third World studies analyzes the locations and articulations of power around the axes of race, gender, sexuality, (dis)ability, class, and nation. In this new edition, Okihiro emphasizes the work of Third World intellectuals such as M. N. Roy, Jose Carlos Mariategui, and Oliver Cromwell Cox, foregrounds the importance of Bandung and the Tricontinental, and adds discussions of eugenics, feminist epistemologies, and religion. With this work, Okihiro establishes Third World studies as a theoretical formation and a liberatory practice.

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Collins, David / Williams, Christopher (eds.), Interpreting R. G. Collingwood: Critical Essays. 300 pp. 2024:11 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <725-30>
ISBN 978-1-00-933705-2 hard ¥26,334.- (税込) GB£ 90.00

An indisputably prominent figure in 20th-century philosophy, R. G. Collingwood often remains elusive even to those who admire his achievements. This volume of new essays aims to re-introduce Collingwood to 21st-century philosophical readers, and to show why, and how, his achievements matter. Each essay offers an original contribution to the understanding of some aspect of Collingwood's thought, including new interpretations of several of his central ideas, re-examinations of his place within 20th-century philosophy, and an extended consideration of a previously undiscussed manuscript. The essays span the wide range of Collingwood's interests, including metaphysics, epistemology, philosophy of mind, aesthetics, and political philosophy, as well as Roman history and the history of art. Emphasis is placed on Collingwood's connections to traditions with which his name is not typically linked, including pragmatism, analytic philosophy, and phenomenology. This rich volume will stimulate further examination of Collingwood and his legacy.

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歴史の理論と技法への案内 第5版
Williams, Robert C., The Historian's Toolbox: A Student's Guide to the Theory and Craft of History. 5th ed. 228 pp. 2024:10 (Routledge, UK) <725-1343>
ISBN 978-1-03-276387-3 hard ¥39,501.- (税込) GB£ 135.00
ISBN 978-1-03-275597-7 paper ¥10,530.- (税込) GB£ 35.99

Now in its fifth edition, The Historian's Toolbox is designed to help students become skilled in the intellectual process and craft of history, offering an overview of the field and techniques for reading and writing about history.The fifth edition expands the selection of tools available to students entering the workshop of history. These include new chapters on digital history, indigenous peoples, and gender history and new sections on the Voynich manuscript, LGBTQ+ history, slavery, and a historian who survived the war in Ukraine. The book has been fully updated to address the possibilities and limits of computerized approaches to doing history, with careful attention paid to the benefits and controversies of artificial intelligence, chatbots, and the Internet. It demonstrates the continuing relevance of history in a cacophonous world of misinformation and censorship, emphasizing critical thinking, facts, and evidence as valuable means of understanding the past and shaping the future.Engaging and accessible, this volume is ideal for undergraduate courses in historiography and historical methods.

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de Voogd, Christophe, Dans le Miroir de Johan Huizinga: Ecrire et penser l'histoire au prisme de la France. (Bibliotheque d'histoire culturelle du Moyen Age 24) 340 p. 2024:6 (Brepols, BE) <724-1009>
ISBN 978-2-503-60902-7 paper ¥28,209.- (税込) EUR 115.00

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ミシュレとフランス革命
Petitier, Paule (dir.), Dechiffrer la tempete: Michelet et la Revolution francaise. (Interferences) 343 p. 2024:3 (Pr. U. de Rennes, FR) <724-1010>
ISBN 978-2-7535-9584-2 paper ¥6,132.- (税込) EUR 25.00

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セクシュアリティの歴史における史料と方法
Clark, Anna / Williams, Elizabeth W. (eds.), Sources and Methods in the History of Sexuality. (Routledge Guides to Using Historical Sources) 288 pp. 2024:8 (Routledge, UK) <723-1017>
ISBN 978-1-03-265583-3 hard ¥38,038.- (税込) GB£ 130.00
ISBN 978-1-03-265581-9 paper ¥10,237.- (税込) GB£ 34.99

Sources and Methods in the History of Sexuality outlines some of the challenges of retracing sexual acts, identities, and desires in the past, and shows how historians have responded to these methodological challenges with ingenuity and creativity.The volume acknowledges that the history of sexuality poses particularly interesting challenges in relation to sources due the peculiar nature of sexuality-on one hand, sexuality is frequently hidden and private, its practices often unknown, denied and evaded, its desires fleeting or obsessive, its reality confused or illuminated by fantasy. Yet on the other, sexuality consistently breaks into the public sphere through moral panics, waves of persecution, taxonomizing projects, and medical/juridical interventions. With vivid case studies from renowned contributors, the chapters provide different theoretical approaches, along with more practical examples of how to study the history of sexuality. The volume has a broad chronology from the ancient world to the present, an extensive geography covering not only Europe and the Americas but also Latin America and Africa, and also includes a variety of gender and sexual expressions. The book also privileges texts that offer an intersectional approach, asking how sex and sexualities were constructed alongside/against other categories of difference.With accessible writing, this volume encourages the reader to think creatively about how to find evidence of sex/sexuality in the past and will be of value to students as well as scholars interested in the history of sexuality.

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Bohn, Thomas M., Russian Historiography from 1880 to 1905: Pavel N. Miliukov and the Moscow School. (New Perspectives on Central and Eastern European Studies 6) 474 pp. 2024:6 (Berghahn, US) <723-1196>
ISBN 978-1-80539-548-5 hard ¥40,758.- (税込) US$ 179.00 *

In Russian historiography, the Moscow School's paradigm shift from political and legal history to social and economic history was markedly driven by Pavel Miliukov (1859-1943), the late leader of the Constitutional Democrats and foreign minister of the Provisional Government. Russian Historiography from 1880 to 1905 develops a narrative of historical sociology's advancement through the Moscow School under Miliukov's influence and provides a window into his decision making as a political figure who based his leadership not on public opinion but on the effectiveness of historical processes.

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離れた場所でのオーラル・ヒストリー
Sielaff, Steven / Sloan, Stephen M. et al., Oral History at a Distance. (Practicing Oral History) 248 pp. 2024:6 (Routledge, UK) <723-1198>
ISBN 978-1-03-207375-0 hard ¥38,038.- (税込) GB£ 130.00 *
ISBN 978-1-03-206872-5 paper ¥10,530.- (税込) GB£ 35.99 *

Oral History at a Distance is the first publication to explore both the ideas behind and application of oral history in remote projects.Since the COVID-19 pandemic, working from a distance is now an ongoing and necessary approach in the oral historian's toolkit. In this volume, the experienced team members of Baylor University's Institute for Oral History provide a road map for adapting traditional best practices and procedures to this new environment while maintaining the standards oral historians hold dear. The authors present chapters on the range of oral history practice-project design, ethical considerations, project management, interviewing, technology, and preservation. While this book is always concerned with how to do remote oral history well, it also examines the changed dynamics and new considerations of moving from face-to-face projects to distance work. In this, the authors are joined by an international host of practitioners who have had their own experiences with oral history at a distance and share their insights from their work through informative case studies.As the practice of oral history moves into a new era, this book is an essential resource for oral historians-whether they are just starting out or wanting to stay innovative in their endeavors.

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Schmid, Harald, Geschichte: Der allgemeine Zeitrahmen des menschlichen Existierens. 150 S. 2024:6 (Koenigshausen & Neumann, GW) <722-59>
ISBN 978-3-8260-8515-4 paper ¥5,887.- (税込) EUR 24.00

Das Thema Geschichte gehoert zu den Grundbedingungen der menschlichen Zeitlichkeit. Sie hat bei der Menschwerdung des Menschen eine entscheidende Rolle gespielt, nicht allein, was die Evolutionsgeschichte angeht, sondern gleichzeitig die Bewusstseinsgeschichte und die gesamte Wirklichkeitsgeschichte. Von einem Anfang und einem Ende der Geschichte kann ebenso wenig die Rede sein wie von einer Gesamtgeschichte, die im Wirklichen selbst ihre Ursache hat. Die Geschichte ist inzwischen im Wirklichen selbst aufgegangen und gibt alles wieder, was darin geschieht bzw. sich vollzieht. Umstritten ist, ob es dafuer bestimmte Regeln und Grundlagen gibt. Selbst der sogenannte Urknall ist wohl eher als Einzelgeschehen zu bewerten denn als Erklaerung fuer ein Gesamtwirkliches, das damit begonnen hat. Dasselbe koennte auf die universelle Gueltigkeit von Naturgesetzen zutreffen, die fuer alles gelten, was im Wirklichen geschieht. Sie folgen einer Hochkomplexitaet, die sich im Laufe der Wirklichkeitsgeschichte ausgebildet hat und in Form eines Universalspiels ablaufen, an dem saemtliche Wirklichkeiten beteiligt sind. Daraus ergibt sich ein Geschichtsuniversalismus, der allem zugrunde liegt, was wir als Realitaet wahrnehmen und die zugleich das sich darin vollziehende reale Dasein ausmacht.

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Wolfel, Brian, Thomas Carlyle and the Political Universe: From American Transcendentalism to an Elusive Post-Liberalism. 266 pp. 2024:6 (Lexington Books, US) <722-595>
ISBN 978-1-66695-423-4 hard ¥26,185.- (税込) US$ 115.00 *

Thomas Carlyle and the Political Universe: From American Transcendentalism to an Elusive Post-Liberalism recognizes and reckons with Thomas Carlyle's broad and deep influence on politics, on a global scale. Having influenced and inspired iconic and impactful political thinkers and actors such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, John Stuart Mill, Charles Dickens, Karl Marx, and Martin Luther King Jr., among so many others, Carlyle is a captivating persona in modern political history. In this way, if there is one person who could be said to be the central figure of what may be called the "political universe," all that the term politics comprises, Brian Wolfel argues that it is Thomas Carlyle. As the point of nexus of so many political figures embodying such a diversity of political persuasions, Carlyle is also a significant philosopher in Plato's lineage whose ideas can be further constructed and developed in the context of the work of prominent 20th-century political thinkers such as John Rawls, Alasdair MacIntyre, Jacques Ellul, and Sayyid Qutb. Carlyle's conceptualization of transcendentalism in Sartor Resartus was a foundation for Emerson, Thoreau, and American Transcendentalism. In the midst of ideological battle in the 20th and 21st centuries, among such ideologies as liberalism, communism, fascism, and Islamism, Carlyle's transcendentalism largely went unnoticed as a potential ideological competitor. Carlyle's transcendentalism can be developed and constructed in the contexts of modern political theory and religion, and can be defended and promoted as a potential post-liberalism, a refinement of and evolution from liberal democracy and capitalism.

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J.オースタハメル他編 グローバルヒストリー再考
Gaenger, Stefanie / Osterhammel, Juergen (eds.), Rethinking Global History. 2024:7 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <722-1297>
ISBN 978-1-00-944404-0 hard ¥23,408.- (税込) GB£ 80.00
ISBN 978-1-00-944402-6 paper ¥7,604.- (税込) GB£ 25.99

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今日において地方史を記述する 第2版
Mason, Thomas A. / Calder, J. Kent, Writing Local History Today: A Guide to Researching, Publishing, and Marketing Your Book. 2nd ed. (American Association for State and Local History) 220 pp. 2024:7 (Rowman & Littlefield, US) <722-1298>
ISBN 978-1-5381-8261-1 hard ¥19,354.- (税込) US$ 85.00 *
ISBN 978-1-5381-8262-8 paper ¥8,652.- (税込) US$ 38.00 *

Writing Local History Today guides local historians through the process of researching, writing, and publishing their work. Thomas A. Mason and J. Kent Calder present step-by-step advice to guide aspiring authors to a successful publication and focus not only on how to write well but also how to market and sell their work. Highlights include:Discussion of how to identify an audience for your writing projectTips for effective research and planningSample documents, such as contracts and requests for proposalsTips and guidance for working with publishersDiscussion of how to use social media to leverage your publicationDiscussion of the benefits and drawbacks to self-publishingThe second edition updates literature, databases, and websites in the fieldThis guide is useful for first-time authors who need help with this sometimes-daunting process, or for previously published historians who need a quick reference or timely tips.

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T.ファロラ著 アフリカのディアスポラ史を書き記す
Falola, Toyin, Writing the History of the African Diaspora. (Elements in Historical Theory and Practice) 75 pp. 2024:6 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <721-759>
ISBN 978-1-00-947568-6 hard ¥14,626.- (税込) GB£ 49.99 *
ISBN 978-1-00-944211-4 paper ¥4,974.- (税込) GB£ 17.00 *

This Element is an analysis of the African Diaspora. It will define the African Diaspora and how the concepts behind the term came to be socially and historically engineered. The African diaspora is then placed into a broader historical context where the diverse, global, and overlapping histories of Africa's ancient-ongoing diasporas will be explored. In particular, themes of injustice, agency, resistance, and diversity (regarding people, diasporas, and experiences) will feature heavily. Through this exploration, this Element will interrogate dominating narratives regarding African diaspora-related discourse, seeking to address prevailing ideas that inadequately capture the true complexity and nuance of the subject. It does so to construct a more comprehensive understanding of the subject matter while lining out a more holistic approach to thinking about the very nature of 'diaspora.' Finally, this Element will analyze the present circumstances of the African diaspora, bringing into conversation a progressively global and connected world.

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Mudrovcic, Maria Ines, Conceptualizing the History of the Present Time. (Elements in Historical Theory and Practice) 75 pp. 2024:6 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <721-1106>
ISBN 978-1-00-951783-6 hard ¥14,626.- (税込) GB£ 49.99 *
ISBN 978-1-00-904855-2 paper ¥4,974.- (税込) GB£ 17.00 *

In this work, I explore four meanings of 'contemporary,' emphasizing its designation as a historical field. I argue that disagreements about when the presento or the contemporary era begins stem from historians assuming a linear, chronological, and absolute conception of time. Following scholars like L. Descombes, L. Hoelscher, B. Latour, D. J. Wilcox and S. Tanaka, I propose conceiving relational historical time without chronology, emphasizing the original sense of "sharing the same time" that 'contemporary' acquired for the first time. This perspective mitigates issues concerning the 'beginnings' or 'meaning' of the present. Emphasizing relationships within a relational time framework aids in overcoming ontological challenges like 'so many presents' or 'distance in time,' along with the corresponding epistemological issue of 'objectivity.' This exploration aims to reevaluate and enrich our understanding of the multifaceted concept of the 'present' in the context of history.

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Hostettler, Marco / Buhlke, A. / Drummer, C. et al. (eds.), The 3 Dimensions of Digitalised Archaeology: State-of-the-Art, Data Management and Current Challenges in Archaeological 3D-Documentation. 225 pp. 2024:4 (Springer, GW) <720-847>
ISBN 978-3-031-53031-9 hard ¥12,261.- (税込) EUR 49.99

This open access book aims to provide an overview of state-of-the-art approaches to 3D documentation from a practical perspective and formulate the most important areas for future developments. Bringing together a wide range of case studies, examples of best practice approaches, workflows, and first attempts to establish sustainable solutions to pressing problems, this book offers readers current practical advice on how to approach 3D archaeology and cultural heritage.Divided into five parts, this book begins with an overview of 3D archaeology in its present state. It goes on to give insights into the development of the technology and recent cutting-edge applications. The next section identifies current challenges in 3D archaeology and then presents approaches and solutions for data management of a large number of 3D objects and ways to ensure sustainable solutions for the archiving of the produced data. This book will be of interest to researchers working in the fields of archaeology, heritage management, and digital humanities in general.

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Moskalewicz, Marcin, Hannah Arendt's Ambiguous Storytelling: Temporality, Judgment, and the Philosophy of History. 272 pp. 2024:5 (Bloomsbury Academic, UK) <719-64>
ISBN 978-1-350-29587-2 hard ¥24,871.- (税込) GB£ 85.00 *

Through an original interpretation of Hannah Arendt's historiography, Marcin Moskalewicz reveals an under-acknowledged philosophy of history in her vast and variegated oeuvre, including the historical magnum opus, The Origins of Totalitarianism. Hannah Arendt's Ambiguous Storytelling argues that the key to understanding the fragmentary thought of Arendt is through the speculative and critical dimensions of the philosophy of history. It unravels the essential aporia of Arendt's thinking - the discrepancy between political and historical meaning of events - and proposes its overcoming through aesthetic historical judgment. Reading her approach as "fragmented historiography", the project she was committed to reveals itself as the only credible methodological response to totalitarianism and scientific approach to history, which both function as a retrospective prophecy, erroneously presenting the past as a forecast of the future. A novel contribution to Arendt scholarship, this book will appeal to philosophers of history, political scientists and theorists alike.

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U.フレーフェルト著 感情史を書き記す
Frevert, Ute, Writing the History of Emotions: Concepts and Practices, Economies and Politics. (Writing History) 344 pp. 2024:3 (Bloomsbury Academic, UK) <719-1401>
ISBN 978-1-350-34588-1 hard ¥21,945.- (税込) GB£ 75.00 *
ISBN 978-1-350-34587-4 paper ¥7,311.- (税込) GB£ 24.99 *

Emotions make history, and they have a history. They influence historical events such as revolutions, riots and protest movements. At the same time, they are shaped by historical experiences tied to family upbringing, educational and cultural institutions, work and the home. Writing the History of Emotions shows how emotions like love, trust, honour, pride, shame, empathy and greed have impacted historical change since the 18th century and were themselves dependent on social, political and economic environments. Importantly, this book provides a timely exploration of racialized, gendered, class-based notions of emotions. This exciting addition to Bloomsbury's successful Writing History series analyses how emotions matter in and to history, and how they are themselves objects of history. Here, leading scholar Ute Frevert eschews a traditional chronological history of emotions in favour of an innovative collection which transgresses time periods to illustrate the different emotional meanings one particular material object has had throughout history. This book sheds light on how emotions have been used, instrumentalised and manipulated both to propel and suspend democratic politics. In doing so, it opens a rich new avenue of research for the history of emotions.

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Galland, Caroline / Heimendinger, Vincent (dir.), Histineraires: la fabrique de l'histoire telle qu'elle se raconte: une enquete sur les historiens contemporains. (Le temps de l'histoire) 412 p. 2024:1 (Pr. U. de Provence, FR) <719-1402>
ISBN 979-10-320-0497-5 paper ¥8,340.- (税込) EUR 34.00

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Pereira, Mateus Henrique de Faria / Araujo, Valdei Lopes de, 'Updatism' and the Understanding of Time and History: A Theory for the 21st Century. 144 pp. 2024:2 (Bloomsbury Academic, UK) <719-1404>
ISBN 978-1-350-41071-8 hard ¥24,871.- (税込) GB£ 85.00 *

This book enables us to understand the current transformations in the experience of time that have been taking place in recent decades. Mateus Henrique de Faria Pereira and Valdei Lopes de Araujo convincingly argue that we live in a time of 'Updatism', the temporal dimension that emerges in those societies imprisoned by the structures of infinite expansion, and that this Updatism has profound consequences for how we think about the past, the present and the future. Using the theoretical works of Lyotard and Heidegger as its foundation, 'Updatism' and the Understanding of Time and History analyses our digital modernity and the significance of key themes, such as updating, solitude, democracy, internet, exposure, postmodernism and historicism. It discusses aspects of our present time that reveal substantial differences between the historicist-modern time, usually located in the 19th century, and an emergent 'chronotope' or 'regime of historicity' understood and explained here as Updatism. The book is effective in mapping the ubiquity of Updatism and the anxiety-inducing insistence of being constantly updated, as well as exploring some searching questions: If our reality is constantly being updated, and its previous versions are deleted or inaccessible, what does this mean for memory and our understanding of history? And what does this tell us about the world we live in today and the one we may update to in the future?

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実証主義以後-歴史社会学における比較への新しいアプローチ
Wilson, Nicholas Hoover / Mayrl, Damon (eds.), After Positivism: New Approaches to Comparison in Historical Sociology. 384 pp. 2024:3 (Columbia U. Pr., US) <718-800>
ISBN 978-0-231-20822-2 hard ¥34,155.- (税込) US$ 150.00 *
ISBN 978-0-231-20823-9 paper ¥8,652.- (税込) US$ 38.00 *

What is the value of comparison for research in historical sociology? Today, social scientists regularly express doubt about the positivist premises that have long justified comparison's use: that cases can be unproblematically compared as though they are independent of one another, that comparison can reliably yield valid causal inference, and that comparative methods can grapple with questions of meaning, sequence, and process that are central to historical explanation. Yet they remain reluctant to abandon comparison altogether, not least because comparisons are still manifestly useful in the research process.After Positivism presents a bold new set of warrants and methodologies for comparison that takes these criticisms fully into account. The contributors to this book marshal a wide array of postpositivist approaches to knowledge to reconstruct the analytic potential of comparison for a new generation of social scientists. In addition to providing fresh answers to classic questions about case selection and causal inference, authors ponder the role comparison plays in a world where social phenomena are demonstrably time-, space-, and concept-dependent; where causation is typically conjunctural; where social structures and groups emerge and die; and where important objects of inquiry can be understood only in terms of relationships, emergent properties, or contingent and irregular effects. Engaging and timely, this book will be of interest to all those who seek to improve our explanations of historical change in social-scientific research.

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マルクス主義と中世研究-中東欧におけるマルクス主義的歴史記述
Nodl, Martin / Wecowski, Piotr / Zupka, Dusan (eds.), Marxism and Medieval Studies: Marxist Historiography in East Central Europe. (East Central and Eastern Europe in the Middle Ages, 450 - 1450, 93) 436 pp. 2024:6 (Brill, NE) <718-99>
ISBN 978-90-04-68918-3 hard ¥36,059.- (税込) EUR 147.00

This volume is a unique publication as it examines the Marxist attitudes in East Central European historiography and archaeology for the first time, with an emphasis on the co-existence of Marxist and other methodologies between the 1950s and 1970s in the local historiographies in question. Its approach is to distinguish between pseudo-Marxism as an ideological tool on the one hand, and Marxism in the form of historical materialism as a way to interpret the medieval world on the other. Contributors are: Florin Curta, Piotr Guzowski, Adam Hudek, Tereza Johanidesova, Jitka Komendova, Jiri Machacek, Andrzej Marzec, Martin Nodl, Attila Pok, David Radek, Tadeusz Pawel Rutkowski, Iurie Stamati, Rafal Stobiecki, Gabor Thoroczkay, Przemyslaw Wiszewski, Piotr Wecowski, Martin Wihoda, and Dusan Zupka.

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Sanders, Ashley R., Visualizing History's Fragments: A Computational Approach to Humanistic Research. 264 pp. 2024:2 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <716-1970>
ISBN 978-3-031-46975-6 paper ¥17,167.- (税込) EUR 69.99

This book combines a methodological guide with an extended case study to show how digital research methods can be used to explore how ethnicity, gender, and kinship shaped early modern Algerian society and politics. However, the approaches presented have applications far beyond this specific study. More broadly, these methods are relevant for those interested in identifying and studying relational data, demographics, politics, discourse, authorial bias, and social networks of both known and unnamed actors. Ashley R. Sanders explores how digital research methods can be used to study archival specters - people who lived, breathed, and made their mark on history, but whose presence in the archives and extant documents remains limited, at best, if not altogether lost. Although digital tools cannot metaphorically resurrect the dead nor fill archival gaps, they can help us excavate the people-shaped outlines of those who might have filled these spaces. The six methodological chapters explain why and how each research method is used, present the visual and quantitative results, and analyze them within the context of the historical case study. In addition, every dataset is available on SpringerLink as Electronic Supplementary Material (ESM), and each chapter is accompanied by one or more video tutorials that demonstrate how to apply each of the techniques described (accessed via the SN More Media App).

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大分岐論争における歴史、政治、理論-カリフォルニア学派、世界システム分析、マルクス主義の比較分析-
Murphy, Olya, History, Politics and Theory in the Great Divergence Debate: A Comparative Analysis of the California School, World Systems Analysis and Marxism. 260 pp. 2023:12 (de Gruyter Oldenbourg, GW) <715-291>
ISBN 978-3-11-124625-3 hard ¥24,516.- (税込) EUR 99.95 *

World history suffers from a paucity of clearly articulated, convincing explanations. While the rise of postmodernism and challenges to Eurocentrism did lead to some important correctives, the pendulum has swung too far the other direction, with a corresponding danger of ‘throwing out the baby with the bathwater’. We need careful, theoretically informed debates about ways of organizing world history. What constitutes a good historical explanation? What should guide historians to choose relevant facts? Which theoretical schools could be made useful, and to what ends? These questions are especially relevant to the main topic of this book: the ‘great divergence’ between the west and the rest of the world, and how this historical rupture is to be explained. The book provides extensive critical analyses of some of the key claims in world history, analyzing their strengths as well as their major weaknesses?too often rooted in insufficient familiarity of historians with theories they discard. It also historicizes the field and the debates to partly account for what caused some theories to become more influential and others to fall into oblivion?despite the fact that the more influential frameworks are seriously flawed and some of the more marginalized ideas are more coherent and plausible. The book offers insights regarding the theoretical and political relevance of older debates about the transition to capitalism and historical materialism. Three major schools of thought in world history are critically examined through an in-depth theoretical and comparative analysis that has not been undertaken elsewhere: the so-called ‘California School’, World Systems Analysis, and Marxist theories of history, capitalism, and the transition from feudalism to capitalism. Murphy argues that, despite some of the more recent criticisms of older approaches to world history, the older theories remain indispensable for the writing of world history and for coming to terms with issues of global poverty, inequality and eco-catastrophe.

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歴史学における道具としての歴史的伝記と批判的プロソポグラフィー
Albrecht, Helmuth / Farrenkopf, Michael u. a. (Hrsg.), Historische Biographik und kritische Prosopographie als Instrumente in den Geschichtswissenschaften. (Schriften des Montanhistorischen Dokumentationszentrums 257) VI, 183 S. 2023:8 (de Gruyter Oldenbourg, GW) <715-1480>
ISBN 978-3-11-112288-5 hard ¥17,157.- (税込) EUR 69.95 *

Die im vorliegenden Band versammelten Beitraege dokumentieren den Ertrag des Workshops ?Historische Biographik und kritische Prosopographie als Instrumente in den Geschichtswissenschaften", der 2021 an der TU Bergakademie Freiberg durchgefuehrt wurde. Die Autorinnen und Autoren loten die komplexen Problemlagen der historischen Biographik und der prosopographischen Forschung im Zeitalter der Digital Humanities aus. Das Themenspektrum reicht dabei von der individual-biographischen Forschung und Oral History ueber Erfahrungsberichte prosopographischer (Gross-)Vorhaben bis hin zu den Herausforderungen bei der Entwicklung und Nutzung multifunktionaler Prosopographiedatenbanken und ihrer Verfuegbarmachung im Internet.

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Armaselu, Florentina / Fickers, Andreas (eds.), Zoomland: Exploring Scale in Digital History and Humanities. (Studies in Digital History and Hermeneutics 7) 500 pp. 2023:12 (de Gruyter Oldenbourg, GW) <715-1481>
ISBN 978-3-11-131752-6 hard ¥12,251.- (税込) EUR 49.95 *

Despite a variety of theoretical and practical undertakings, there is no coherent understanding of the concept of scale in digital history and humanities, and its potential is largely unexplored. A clearer picture of the whole spectrum is needed, from large to small, distant to close, global to local, general to specific, macro to micro, and the in-between levels. The book addresses these issues and sketches out the territory of Zoomland, at scale. Four regions and sixteenth chapters are conceptually and symbolically depicted through three perspectives: bird’s eye, overhead and ground view. The variable-scale representation allows for exploratory paths covering areas such as: theoretical and applicative reflections on scale combining a digital dimension with research in history, media studies, cultural heritage, literature, text analysis and map modelling; creative use of scale in new digital forms of analysis, data organisation, interfaces and argumentative or artistic expressions. Zoomland provides a systematic discussion on the epistemological dimensions, hermeneutic methods, empirical tools, and aesthetic logic pertaining to scale and its innovative possibilities residing in humanities-based approaches and digital technologies.

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Bevernage, Berber / Raphael, Lutz (eds.), Professional Historians in Public: Old and New Roles Revisited. (The Politics of Historical Thinking 5) 360 pp. 2023:9 (de Gruyter Oldenbourg, GW) <715-1482>
ISBN 978-3-11-118591-0 hard ¥19,610.- (税込) EUR 79.95 *

The past decades public interest in history is booming. This creates new opportunities but also challenges for professional historians. This book asks how historians deal with changing public demands for history and how these affect their professional practices, values and identities. The volume offers a great variety of detailed studies of cases where historians have applied their expertise outside the academic sphere. With contributions focusing on Latin America, Africa, Asia, the Pacific and Europe the book has a broad geographical scope. Subdivided in five sections, the book starts with a critical look back on some historians who broke with mainstream academic positions by combining their professional activities with an explicit political partisanship or social engagement. The second section focusses on the challenges historians are confronted with when entering the court room or more generally exposing their expertise to legal frameworks. The third section focuses on the effects of policy driven demands as well as direct political interventions and regulations on the historical profession. A fourth section looks at the challenges and opportunities related to the rise of new digital media. Finally several authors offer their view on normative standards that may help to better respond to new demands and to define role models for publicly engaged historians. This book aims at historians and other academics interested in public uses of history.

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Blaudeau, Philippe / Sarrazin, Veronique (dir.), Faux et usage de faux: l'historien face a la question de la credibilite documentaire. (Histoire) 334 p. 2023:10 (Pr. U. de Rennes, FR) <715-1483>
ISBN 978-2-7535-9420-3 paper ¥6,132.- (税込) EUR 25.00

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Fernandez-Sebastian, Javier, Key Metaphors for History: Concepts and Images in Time. (Routledge Approaches to History) 376 pp. 2024:4 (Routledge, UK) <715-1484>
ISBN 978-1-138-35446-3 hard ¥39,501.- (税込) GB£ 135.00 *

This book casts a fresh look at what to date has been a relatively unexplored question: the enormous value and usefulness of the metaphor in the understanding and writing of history (and at the historical culture reflected by these metaphors). Mapping a wide range of tropes present in historiography and public discourse, the book identifies some of the key metaphorical resources employed by historians, politicians, and journalists to represent time, history, memory, the past, the present, and the future and examines a selection of analytical concepts of a temporal nature, built upon unmistakeably metaphorical foundations, such as modernity, event, process, revolution, crisis, progress, decline, or transition.The analysis of these and other pillars on which modern history has been built, whether as a philosophy of history, as an academic discipline, or as a set of events, will interest graduates and scholars dealing with the historical and social sciences and the humanities in general.Key Metaphors for History offers a broad overview of historiography and historiosophy, from an unfrequented point of view, halfway between conceptual history, theory of history and metaphorology. Moreover, it constitutes a form of self-reflection of the historian on his or her own positionality when researching and writing history.

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Kamel, Lorenzo, History Below the Global: On and Beyond the Coloniality of Power in Historical Research. 240 pp. 2024:4 (Routledge, UK) <715-1485>
ISBN 978-1-03-273086-8 hard ¥39,501.- (税込) GB£ 135.00 *
ISBN 978-1-03-273087-5 paper ¥10,822.- (税込) GB£ 36.99 *

History Below the Global aims to foster an entangled knowledge of global history, and to place "others" at the centre stage, to better understand the fluid world which we inhabit.Relying on primary sources in seven languages and books written by hundreds of African, Asian, Middle Eastern and South American scholars, Lorenzo Kamel examines the coloniality of power in historical research and sheds light on the largely neglected roles of the "others" and their modernities in history. The book provides three elements combined. Firstly, a thorough analysis of the process of accumulation ("knowledge piece by piece") which underpins some of the major achievements in human history. Secondly, a view on pre-colonial perspectives and the process through which the latter have been swallowed up by Eurocentric and solipsistic perceptions. Lastly, a study of the roots and outcomes of colonialisms and their echoes in our present. These three elements are addressed by combining multiple methodologies and approaches, in the awareness that the history analysed, as well as the historiographical trajectories that underlie it, are ultimately inter-penetrable, as well as themselves the result of a process of accumulation. History Below the Global challenges the view that, first and foremost, the "West", for bad and for good, is and was the centre: the proactive actor which did and undid.This volume will be of value to all those interested in global history, the history of colonialism, post-colonial studies, modern and contemporary history.

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Kattan, Sarit / Kaye, Lynne (eds.), Interdisciplinary Conversations on Time. (Time and Periodization in History 1) 290 pp. 2023:8 (de Gruyter Oldenbourg, GW) <715-1486>
ISBN 978-3-11-068905-1 hard ¥24,516.- (税込) EUR 99.95 *

Historical timelines are predicated on current assumptions of linear time distinct from notions of cyclical time in earlier or non-Western societies and non-linear models of time in contemporary physics. Dividing time into distinct periods like centuries admittedly necessitates the acquisition of specific skills and methods in addition to familiarity with primary sources and subject-specific historiographical traditions.

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Huizinga, Johan, Autumntide of the Middle Ages: A Study of Forms of Life and Thought of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries in France and the Low Countries. Ed. by G. Small et al. Tr. by D. Webb. 278 pp. 2024:2 (Leiden U. Pr., NE) <714-1079>
ISBN 978-90-8728-445-9 paper ¥10,241.- (税込) GB£ 35.00 *

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J.ホイジンガの著作と時代 1872~1945年
Rydin, Thor, The Works and Times of Johan Huizinga (1872-1945): Writing History in the Age of Collapse. (Studies in the History of Knowledge) 332 pp. 2023:12 (Amsterdam U. Pr., NE) <714-1080>
ISBN 978-94-6372-459-3 hard ¥34,234.- (税込) GB£ 117.00 *

The lifetime of Johan Huizinga (1872-1945) was marked by dramatic transformations in Europe. Cityscapes, aesthetic codes, social orders, political cultures, international travel and means of warfare developed beyond recognition; entire catalogues of hopes and fears were torn asunder and replaced by new ones during not one but two wars. Amidst all these changes, Huizinga grew to become one of the most famous historians of his time. To this day, his works are treated as monuments in the cultural historical field. This book examines how these transformations and 'experiences of loss' affected and informed Huizinga's historical perspectives. Most centrally, this book contends that Huizinga's historical works helped to accommodate and give meaning to his own experiences of uncertainty and rupture, thus offering him a way of life in turbulent times. This project offers an original and comprehensive analysis of an iconic historian writing in the age of collapse

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Samuel, Raphael, Workshop of the World: Essays in People's History. Ed. by J. Merrick. 304 pp. 2024:1 (Verso, UK) <714-1081>
ISBN 978-1-80429-280-8 paper ¥7,315.- (税込) GB£ 25.00 *

'ONE OF THE MOST OUTSTANDING, ORIGINAL INTELLECTUALS OF HIS GENERATION', Stuart Hall, author of The Hard Road to RenewalThe work of the pioneering historian Raphael Samuel opened up new vistas of historical enquiry. He was committed to the idea of people's history, in which he excavated the ordinary lives of those often overlooked or discarded by other writers. This 'unofficial knowledge' transformed what history was, who was allowed to do it, and who it was for.Workshop of the World brings the full range and depth of Samuel's historical writing on nineteenth-century Britain to the fore. From his pioneering study of the influence of the Catholic Church on England's Irish population to his expansive and erudite essay on the itinerant labourers of Victorian Britain, the collection captures both the breadth and depth of his learning. Guided by both a political engagement as well as a methodological commitment to uncovering the stories of ordinary people, Workshop of the World will help introduce Raphael Samuel's work to a new generation of readers.

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Virmajoki, Veli, Causal Explanation in Historiography. 119 pp. 2023:11 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <714-1082>
ISBN 978-3-031-45928-3 hard ¥9,808.- (税込) EUR 39.99

The book discusses recent developments in philosophy with regards to how historical events can be explained causally and introduces perspectives from the philosophy of science into the philosophy of history. The book covers the main approaches to causal explanation in history and makes clear the main issues and concepts that are associated with such explanations. For example, the book discusses historical contingency and narratives, among other issues. The book is directed to philosophers of science, philosophers of history, historians, historically oriented social scientists, and everyone who is interested in how we make sense of the past.

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Cournarie, Paul / Montlahuc, Pascal (dir.), Comment Paul Veyne ecrit l'histoire: un roman vrai. 376 p. 2023:9 (PUF, FR) <713-1457>
ISBN 978-2-13-085518-7 paper ¥5,887.- (税込) EUR 24.00

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歴史における古典とは何か?
Aurell, Jaume, What Is a Classic in History?: The Making of a Historical Canon. 2024:3 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <712-1113>
ISBN 978-1-00-946996-8 hard ¥23,408.- (税込) GB£ 80.00 *
ISBN 978-1-00-946995-1 paper ¥7,604.- (税込) GB£ 25.99 *

What is a classic in historical writing? How do we explain the continued interest in certain historical texts, even when their accounts and interpretations of particular periods have been displaced or revised by newer generations of historians? How do these texts help to maintain the historiographical canon? Jaume Aurell's innovative study ranges from the heroic writings of ancient Greek historians such as Herodotus to the twentieth century microhistories of Carlo Ginzburg. The book explores how certain texts have been able to stand the test of time, gain their status as historiographical classics, and capture the imaginations of readers across generations. Investigating the processes of permanence and change in both historiography and history, Aurell further examines the creation of historical genres and canons. Taking influence from methodologies including sociology, literary criticism, theology, and postcolonial studies, What Is a Classic in History? encourages readers to re-evaluate their ideas of history and historiography alike.

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フーコーの批判的歴史哲学
Takacs, Adam, Foucault's Critical Philosophy of History: Unfolding the Present. (Continental Philosophy and the History of Thought) 182 pp. 2023:12 (Lexington Books, US) <711-95>
ISBN 978-1-79365-119-8 hard ¥21,631.- (税込) US$ 95.00 *

Foucault's Critical Philosophy of History: Unfolding the Present provides a comprehensive interpretation of Foucault's work by focusing on its methodological, procedural, and epistemological elements. Adam Takacs argues that despite all its thematic and analytical diversity, Foucault's procedure can be understood within a unified framework based on the historical problematization of the present. This procedure, triggered by current social issues and aiming at a diagnostic screening of the present through a constructive exploration of the past, thus sets in motion not only a specific philosophical vision of history and a research practice often related to the procedures of historiography, but also new ways of critical analysis of social phenomena. This book subjects all these elements to a systematic analysis, demonstrating that within this framework, Foucault's often debated views on historical realism and constructivism-his methodological choices and ontological commitments-take on a coherent profile, culminating in a timely social critical project of "liberation of knowledge" and "political subjectivation."

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J.-P.サルトルにおける歴史と政治学
Basso, Luca, Inventing the New: History and Politics in Jean-Paul Sartre. (Historical Materialism Book Series 304) 258 pp. 2023:12 (Brill, NE) <711-59>
ISBN 978-90-04-68696-0 hard ¥30,662.- (税込) EUR 125.00

Gilles Deleuze's assertion that 'Sartre knew how to invent the New' suggests a vital aspect of the French philosopher, one that departs from the image that has often been presented of him. Sartre's post-1956 critique of the Stalinist USSR, together with the increasing prominence of anti-colonial struggles and a series of experiences that would find their condensation in 1968, pushed him to a continuous rearticulation of his political ideas, on the basis of an intense confrontation with Marx. In Basso's lucid study, here newly translated into English, the expression 'singular universal' seeks to capture the revolutionary potential of individual and collective subjects, illuminating the close but also unstable relationship between history and politics.

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Imaz-Sheinbaum, Mariana, Historical Narratives: Constructable, Evaluable, Inevitable. (Routledge Approaches to History) 140 pp. 2023:10 (Routledge, UK) <711-1507>
ISBN 978-1-03-248053-4 hard ¥39,501.- (税込) GB£ 135.00 *

This book explains some of the psychological processes that go into narrative construction and why it is that we have so much variability of historical accounts about a single historical event. A central focus of this book is how historians go from having unconnected units of data to having a coherent, structured, and organized flow of experiences. The author argues that the way these connections are established responds to certain Gestalt psychological principles that allow us to understand not only how histories are constructed but also how this construction can be rather different depending on how these principles are applied. To illustrate how these principles are present in histories, the author analyzes classic historical writers such as Burckhardt, Huizinga, Vico, and Marx.As well as an explanation of why historical multiplicity happens, the book also offers a way to evaluate different historical narratives about the same historical event. To illustrate how the evaluative framework is at play, the author analyzes two views about the so-called discovery of America. The first one explains what happens in 1492 by using the term "discovery." The second one uses the notion of "invention" to talk about the same set of circumstances. The book provides an important epistemic tool to evaluate these different accounts-one that can be applied not only to this case but also others.This book appeals to scholars, graduate students, and upper-level undergraduate students of history and philosophy. In addition, the book may also attract intellectuals, generally considered, who are interested in how philosophy can inform and question historical practice.

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Navarro, Jaume / Tampakis, Kostas (eds.), Science, Religion and Nationalism: Local Perceptions and Global Historiographies. (Routledge Studies in Modern History) 296 pp. 2024:1 (Routledge, UK) <711-110>
ISBN 978-1-03-232061-8 hard ¥39,501.- (税込) GB£ 135.00 *

"Science" and "Religion" have been two major elements in the building of modern nation-states. While contemporary historiography of science has studied the interactions between nation building and the construction of modern scientific and technological institutions, "science-and-religion" is still largely based on a supposed universal historiography in which global notions of "science" and of "religion" are seldom challenged.This book explores the interface between science, religion and nationalism at a local level, paying attention to the roles religious institutions, specific confessional traditions, or an undefined notion of "religion" played in the construction of modern science in national contexts: the use of anti-clerical rhetoric as scapegoat for a perceived scientific and technological backwardness; the part of religious tropes in the emergence of a sense of belonging in new states; the creation of "invented traditions" that included religious and scientific myths so as to promote new identities; the struggles among different confessional traditions in their claims to pre-eminence within a specific nation-state, etc.Moreover, the chapters in this book illuminate the processes by which religious myths and institutions were largely substituted by stories of progress in science and technology which often contributed to nationalistic ideologies.

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科学の歴史記述ハンドブック
Conde, Mauro L. / Salomon, Marlon (eds.), Handbook for the Historiography of Science. (Historiographies of Science) 617 pp. 2023:11 (Springer, GW) <710-66>
ISBN 978-3-031-27509-8 hard ¥68,680.- (税込) EUR 279.99

This book aims to perform a critical and broad assessment of the historiography of science produced from the late nineteenth century to the early twenty-first century. It presents its main authors, concepts, ideas, conceptions, and schools. It also analyzes the historical circumstances of the rise of the discipline history of science and the relations of the historiography of science with related areas. These chapters do not understand the historiography of science as a mere description or record of the history of science. Instead, they understand the historiography of science from the epistemological criteria and choices that guided the writing of the history of science in its different contexts. In other words, more than describing the record of the various possibilities of historiographical approaches to science, the chapters carry out an epistemological reflection to assess the bases, possibilities, scope, and limits of different historiographical conceptions, authors, and traditions that have established the writing of the history of science. This book can be conceived as a reference work not only for professional historians and philosophers but also for academics from different backgrounds who are initiating themselves in the universe of history and philosophy of science, be they scientists from different fields or young researchers from different backgrounds who want to start studying the history and philosophy of science.

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Whitehead, Hunter W. / Lickliter-Mundon, Megan (eds.), Strides Towards Standard Methodologies in Aeronautical Archaeology. (Contributions To Global Historical Archaeology) 170 pp. 2023:10 (Springer, GW) <710-1127>
ISBN 978-3-031-40962-2 hard ¥26,979.- (税込) EUR 109.99

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Forland, Tor Egil / Mitrovic, Branko (eds.), The Poverty of Anti-realism: Critical Perspectives on Postmodernist Philosophy of History. 246 pp. 2023:9 (Lexington Books, US) <710-1371>
ISBN 978-1-66693-362-8 hard ¥22,770.- (税込) US$ 100.00 *

Due to the influence of postmodernism, historical anti-realism has come to exercise a massive influence in contemporary philosophy of history. Edited by Tor Egil Forland and Branko Mitrovic, The Povery of Anti-realism: Critical Perspectives on Postmodernist Philosophy of History presents perspectives that oppose anti-realist understanding of historians' work. The first part of the book gives an overview of contemporary anti-realist philosophy of history and shows that its claims are either so wide-ranging that they apply to all scientific knowledge, or pertain only to a select part of historians' work. In the second part, the authors criticize major anti-realist tenets. These include: the assertion that the colligatory concepts historians use are without reference in the past; the idea that historical facts are theory-dependent and therefore unable to upend prevailing theories; Paul Roth's application of Nelson Goodman's "irrealist" theory of worldmaking to suggest a plurality of pasts; and the belief that multiple describability prevents historians from providing true and testable accounts of the past. The third and final part shows that the political implications of anti-realism are often other than left-leaning anti-realists think. Their reactions when confronted with the consequences of their theories indicate the inconsistency and untenability of postmodernist philosophy of history.

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G.スカール著 過去を判断する-倫理、歴史、記憶
Scarre, Geoffrey, Judging the Past: Ethics, History and Memory. 240 pp. 2023:9 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <710-102>
ISBN 978-3-031-34510-4 hard ¥26,979.- (税込) EUR 109.99

This book presents an extended argument for the thesis that people of the present day are not debarred in principle from passing moral judgement on people who lived in former days, notwithstanding the inevitable differences in social and cultural circumstances that separate us. Some philosophers argue that because we can see things only from our own peculiar historical situation, we lack a sufficiently objective vantage point from which to appraise past people and their acts. If they are correct, then the judgements passed by twenty-first-century people must inevitably be biased and irrelevant, grounded on moral standards that would have seemed alien in that 'foreign country' of the past. This book challenges this relativistic position, contending that it seriously underestimates our ability to engage imaginatively with people who, however much their lifestyles may have differed from our own, were our fellow human beings, endowed with the same basic instincts, aversions, desires and aspirations. Taking a stand on a naturalistic theory of human beings, coupled with a Kantian conception of the equal worth of all human members of the Kingdom of Ends, Scarre argues that historical moral judgements can be sensitive to circumstances, fitting and fair, and untainted by anachronism. The discussion ends by examining the implications of this position for the practice of historians and for the ethics of memory and commemoration.

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T.Burnard著 グローバルな奴隷制の歴史を書き記す
Burnard, Trevor, Writing the History of Global Slavery. (Elements in Historical Theory and Practice) 75 pp. 2023:11 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <709-1409>
ISBN 978-1-00-946795-7 hard ¥14,626.- (税込) GB£ 49.99 *
ISBN 978-1-00-940627-7 paper ¥4,974.- (税込) GB£ 17.00 *

This Element shows that existing models of global slavery derived from sociology and modelled closely on antebellum American slavery being normative should be replaced a global slavery that is less American and more global. It argues that we can understand the global history of slavery if we connect it more closely to another important world institution - empires in ways that historicise the study of history as an institution with a history that changes over time and space. Moreover, we can learn from scholars of modern slavery and use more than we do the enormous proliferation of usable sources about the lives, experiences and thoughts of the enslaved, from ancient to modern times, to make these voices of the enslaved crucial drivers of how we conceptualise and describe the varied kinds of global slavery in world history. This title is also available as Open Access on Cambridge Core.

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Eloy, Louis-Dominique, Alain Besancon: historien et moraliste. (Historiques. Serie Travaux) 291 p. 2023:6 (L'Harmattan, FR) <708-1342>
ISBN 978-2-14-034904-1 paper ¥7,359.- (税込) EUR 30.00

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L.フェーヴル著 歴史と科学
Febvre, Lucien, Histoire et sciences: inedit. (EHESS poche 6) 296 p. 2023 (Editions de l'Ecole des hautes etudes en sciences sociales, FR) <708-1343>
ISBN 978-2-7132-2994-7 paper ¥3,384.- (税込) EUR 13.80 *

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