3 edition of Micro-history found in the catalog.
S. B. Edgington
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
|ISBN 10||0340373962, 0340373989, 0340373970, 0340373954|
Microhistory: In General Article (PDF Available) in Journal of social history 49(1) June with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'. Jun 5, - Explore epicfehlreader's board "Non-Fiction / Micro-History", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Books, History and Nonfiction.2K pins.
Micro-history of Saturn. I just want a book with a protagonist I can relate to since I’m definitely not into getting into fights or arguments or the usual fiery things these characters usually do to drive me and other people too. Can anyone please recommend me some books with a . Yet Montaillou is almost always categorised as ‘microhistory’ whereas an equally famous and important local study, W.G. Hoskins’ book on Wigston Magna (), is not. The well-known histories of early modern Terling () and Whickham () by Keith Wrightson and David Levine went even further. Like ‘microhistories’, they were.
The article then ponders the utility of microhistory for newer lines of inquiry since the linguistic turn flowed and began to ebb, considering agency, materiality, the body, the new spatial turn, experience, and time, and finally proposing the value of microhistory for the macroquestions of Author: Thomas V. Cohen. The book investigates, within the span of four centuries, the trans-formations experienced by a tiny, "forgotten" village. But the minute dimensions are redeemed by its representative characteristics. Besides the fact that Gonzalez was born and lived there, this is the element that.
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Microhistory is the intensive historical investigation of a well defined smaller unit of research (most often a single event, community of a village, family or person). In its ambition, however, microhistory can be distinguished from a simple case study insofar as microhistory aspires to "[ask] large questions in small places", to use the.
50 Must-Read Microhistory Books Rain: A Natural and Cultural History by Cynthia Barnett “It is the subject of countless poems and paintings; the top of the weather report; the source of the world’s water. Yet this is the first book to tell the story of : Pierce Alquist.
The best books on Microhistory recommended by Jonathan Healey. The historian defines and discusses micro-history, choosing five books that use historical minutiae to answer big questions about the past. The book is intended to stimulate new debate about the position of microhistory in current historiography." English Historical Review.
About the Author. Sigurður Gylfi Magnússon is currently the chair of the Center for Microhistorical Research at the Reykjavík Academy () and Dr.
Kristján Eldjárn Research Fellow at the 5/5(4). Micro-Histories. What's a microhistory. Basically, it's a study of the past on a very small scale. Looking at the book titles will give you a sense of how small the scale can be.
Microhistories have also been described as focusing 'on small incidents, insignificant in themselves, which reveal larger structures.'. microhistory is selecting a subject suitable for study. Amid the vast numbers of documents, the historian must find an individual or community about whom he can come to conclusions that reflect upon wider questions.
In Micro-history book cases, it is a matter of sheer luck. Carlo Ginzburg admits Micro-history book finding the documents relating to Menocchio, the subjectFile Size: KB. Micro history takes a specific look at a place, person or event in history that illustrates or explains larger themes in macro history.
For example a micro history on a particular naval port of the British Empire would contribute to an understanding of the British navy as a whole. Bill Jackson - 11/7/ I completely agree with the concept of microhistory: knowing the average thoughts and actions of a society is helpful if one has a brief time to try to understand a.
She suggested, in relation to my own book, that I read an article she had written in the s ‘Historians Who Love too Much’ in which she discussed the term micro-history, which is distinguished from biography by generally using as its subject lesser-known people. The Micro History of Zhou and Qin Road, the three books reviewed [ZHANG SHUN HUI] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Micro History of Zhou and Qin Road, Author: ZHANG SHUN HUI. Bustle. 9 Microhistory Books That Will Give You So Much To Think — And Talk — About Yet, The Library Book is also a bit of a true crime book, and it circles two questions: Was the fire set Author: Melissa Ragsdale.
In terms of a microhistory's usefulness, consider Laurel Ulrich's book A Midwife's Tale. This book, based heavily (nearly exclusively) on the diary of early-republic midwife Martha Ballard, is a masterpiece of using microhistory to tell a larger story.
The micro-history that started it all was Mark Kurlansky's Cod: A Biography of the Fish That Changed the Cod, I was hooked.
My brain understands the world best through a narrow lens. If a micro-history is released as an audiobook (unfortunately not always a sure bet), then I'm a reliable Audio Micro-Histories That I Loved. The first part of the book, written by Istvan M. Szijartö, is comprehensive in character.
The author summarizes the history of microhistory, describes its central tendencies, and gives a short introduction to the field's most famous works. He catalogs not just the. Nanotechnology: An Introduction, Second Edition, is ideal for the newcomer to nanotechnology, someone who also brings a strong background in one of the traditional disciplines, such as physics, mechanical or electrical engineering, or chemistry or biology, or someone who has experience working in microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) technology.
What is Microhistory. thus offers at least two answers to its titular question, and allows the reader to formulate his or her own responses. The first part of the book, written by István M.
Szijártó, is comprehensive in character. The author summarizes the history of microhistory, describes its centralFile Size: KB. Other articles where Microhistory is discussed: historiography: Social and cultural history: kind of cultural history, “microhistory,” which consists essentially of a story about a person or persons.
Two famous examples are Carlo Ginzburg’s The Cheese and the Worms (), about the unorthodox cosmological and theological beliefs of a 16th-century Italian miller, and Natalie Zemon. The term "The Columbian Exchange" was popularized by Alfred W.
Crosby's seminal book, The Columbian Exchange: Biological and Cultural Consequences ofwhich emphasized the transfers of the diseases, plants and animals introduced as a consequence of the continuous communications between the New World-North and South America, and the Old-Europe, Asia and by: 4.
Add to Calendar 04/04/18 PM 04/04/18 PM America/New_York Ten Texan Evangelicals in Rome: Micro-history, Religion and the Cold War Professor Mario Del Pero (Science Po, Paris) will be discussing the experience of the evangelical “Church of Christ” in Italy (which was part of a broader and global missionary crusade the Church of Christ launched in the immediate aftermath of World.
(). Microhistory and the Histories of Everyday Life. Cultural and Social History: Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. Cited by: Micro-History Books Posted on September 4, by lizipaulk Connected with a link on one of the posts the other day (here), I mentioned that I really enjoyed reading what have been called “micro-history” books (i.e.
books about a small and perhaps specialized topic that is .In what ways is it less compelling? (Don't worry about being critical - The Would-Be Commoner will likely be my only foray into micro-history, and I am acutely aware of the book's shortcomings.) Partial Bibliography.
Levi, Giovanni. "On Microhistory." In Burke, Peter. New Perspectives on Historical Writing. Pennsylvania State University Press.