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Cultural History

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Red Globe Press

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Theory and History

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15 December 2007

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Anna Green provides a coherent and accessible introduction to the major theoretical approaches and key concepts within this most diverse of historical fields. 'Cultural History' explores the conceptual, affective and...

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Anna Green provides a coherent and accessible introduction to the major theoretical approaches and key concepts within this most diverse of historical fields. 'Cultural History' explores the conceptual, affective and imaginative worlds of human consciousness, as reflected in elite intellectual works as well as everyday social beliefs and practices.

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The first book to provide students with the tools for navigating this diverse and hotly debated field
This volume focuses on major theories and concepts, making it a valuable introductory text to a complicated subject
Uses examples from a wide range of cultural histories to exemplify different theoretical approaches

Preface
Introduction
Zeitgeist and Hermeneutics
Mentalités and the Unconscious
From Agency to Symbols
Narrative and Discourse
Remembering
Collective Memory
Conclusion
Further Reading
Glossary
Index.

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ANNA GREEN teaches public history and oral history at the University of Exeter, UK. Her publications include The Houses of History (1999), British Capital, Antipodean Labour (2001) and Remembering: Writing Oral History (2004)

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ANNA GREEN teaches public history and oral history at the University of Exeter, UK. Her publications include The Houses of History (1999), British Capital, Antipodean Labour (2001) and Remembering: Writing Oral History (2004)

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