Issues in Historiography

About the series

The study of history is concerned most fundamentally not with dead facts and permanent verdicts but with highly charged dialogues, disagreements, controversies and shifting centres of interest, with the changing methodologies and discourse of the subject over time, and with audience reception. This series is designed to explore such matters by means of case studies of key moments in world history and the interpretations, reinterpretations, debates and disagreements they have engendered.

Series editor: R. C. Richardson, University of Winchester

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