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Too 'turns': Social history, yesterday and today

AuthorsAndrés-Gallego, José
Giro Lingüístico
Issue Date2005
PublisherUniversidad de Navarra
CitationThe strenght of history ot the doors of the new millenium: History and other social and human sciences along XXth century (1899-2002): VII Conversaciones internacionales de historia, Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona, 11-13 de abril de 2002, Edición a cargo de I. Olábarri and F.J. Caspistegui, pág. 231-253
AbstractIn this paper, we maintain that despite so many “turns” affecting social history since the beginning of the XXth century, social history is now following various paths and this fact is one of its assets. It is also clear for us that the influence of cultural anthropology is the most original and persistent line affecting the evolution of social history in the last few decades. The current debate is now centred on the following questions: How can social history maintain the leadership that together with economic history it brought to bear during the last century? Can social history adapt itself to the new directions brought about by the “linguistic turn”? And what are the possibilities of a partnership with its neighbouring discipline, anthropological history?
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