HISTORIOGRAPHY/Dameron/Fall Semester 2007

(* = in Durick Library; other books on order)

 

*Joyce Appleby, Lynn Hunt, and Margaret Jacob, Telling the Truth about History (New York:  Norton, 1994)

 

Breisach, Ernst.  Historiography:  Ancient, Medieval, and Modern, 2nd edition (Chicago 1994).

 

Peter Burke, editor.  History and Historians in the Twentieth Century (Oxford 2002).

 

*R. Collingwood, The Idea of History (New York:  Oxford 1956)

 

Michael Cox, editor.  E. H. Carr:  a Critical Appraisal.  New York: Palgrave 2000.

 

*Gay, Peter and Gerald Cavanaugh, editors, Historians at Work, 4 vols. (1972-75).

 

Michael Grant.  The Ancient Historians (New York 1970).

 

John Hinde.  Jacob Burckhardt and the Crisis of Modernity .  Montreal:  McGill, 2000.

 

Lynn Hunt and Victoria Bonnell, editors.  Beyond the Cultural Turn:  New Directions in the Study of Society and Culture (Berkeley 1999).

 

Iggers, George.  Historiography in the Twentieth Century: from scientific objectivity to the postmodern challenge (Hanover, N. H.:  University Press, 1997)

 

*Bruce Mazlish,  The Riddle of History:  The Great Speculators from Vico to Freud (New York 1966)

 

*Nash, Ronald, ed.  Ideas of History, 2 vols.  (1969).

 

*Novick, Peter.  That Noble Dream:  the “objectivity question” and the American historical profession (new york:  Cambridge 1988).

 

Sterne, Fritz, ed.  The Varieties of History:  from Voltaire to the Present (New York:  Collins, 1956).

 

*Toynbee, Arnold.  A Study of History (1945-61)

 

Specific historians:

 

*Isaiah Berlin, Vico and Herder (1976)

 

*John Clive, Macaulay (1987)

 

Peter Gay, Freud for Historians (1985)

 

*Mark Lilla, G. B. Vico (1993)

 

*David McLellan, Karl Marx (1978)

 

Roy Porter, Gibbon (1988)

 

Arthur Mitzman, Michelet (1990)