History and Social Theory
Cornell University Press, 1993 - Počet stran: 198
A Choice Outstanding Academic Book for 1994 ?Burke?s study is unique in that it distills many of the previous efforts to address the interface between history and social theory into a concentrated, elegantly written, and thought-provoking analysis of key problems. . . . Excellent, comprehensive index and bibliography. Highly recommended.?--Choice Burke reviews the emergence of the fields of history and social science and traces their tentative convergence in recent decades as he reappraises the current relations between them.
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