Query : Métahistoire
- Aymes, Marc1
- Capdepuy, Vincent1
- D'Hulst, Yasuko1
- David C. Krakauer1
- Langlet, Irène1
- Lumière, Émilie1
- Marty, Éric1
- Puech, Christian1
- Schreiber, David1
- Musicology and Performing Arts3
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology1
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences1
- Methods and Statistics1
Clio into question : metahistorical drama in Spain (1980-2010)
In the context of postmodernism, history writing has become a crucial issue. Called “epistemological turn” by historians and “metahistorical fiction” by writers, such a tendency is the proof of a “metahistorical awareness” which arises nowadays in Western societies as a whole, inviting to consider h...
New publication: History of Japan, From 1853 to the present
History of Japan, from 1853 to the present day under the leadership of Christian Galan and Jean-Marc Olivier Sommaire PREFACE by Christian Galan and Jean-Marc Olivier EN GUISE D’INTRODUCTION: A metastory of the post-war Japanese historiography — Carol Gluck MODERNISATION (1853-1889) On the issue of...
Presentation of the issue of the journal Histoire Epistemology Langage: the history of language theories and their retrospection horizons
Paris, 14 janvier 2006.
Darwinia, de Robert Charles Wilson
Robert Charles Wilson’s Darwinia may be qualified as an ‘alternative metahistory’ as well as a ‘literature of genres’ (the plural is deliberate). These two traits come out of a careful reading of the processes used in the novel to produce an alternative history and therefore, indirectly, to inscribe...
Evolution, complexity and metahistoricism
History seeks to combine particular descriptions within general frameworks in order to explain event sequences. In this respect, history is a transdisciplinary approach that encompasses a range of fields, from biology and geology, through to anthropology and human history. I seek to characterize thi...
Hayden White, the irony of Metal History/Beyond history!
Paul, the universal and the symbolic question
After saying that Paul’s Christianity is less the emergence of the category of history, but rather the emergence of a metahistorical discourse, our statement is to highlight that ‘Christian rupture’ has not abolished the questions posed by the Jewish universal, at the very heart of Western thought,...
On the prism of the words
It is usually considered that the word ‘globalisation’ was invented in French in the early 1960s and that its use became frequent only from the 1980s, although it is also recognised that globalisation, as a geo-historical process of connecting the different parts of the world, is older. Nowadays, th...