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New publication: History of Japan, From 1853 to the present
Vient de paraître : Histoire du Japon, De 1853 à nos jours sous la direction de Christian Galan et Jean-Marc Olivier Sommaire PRÉFACE par Christian Galan et Jean-Marc Olivier EN GUISE D’INTRODUCTION : Une métahistoire de l’historiographie japonaise d’après-guerre – Carol Gluck MODERNISATION (1853-18...
Presentation of the issue of the journal Histoire Epistemology Langage: the history of language theories and their retrospection horizons
Paris, 14 janvier 2006.
Paul, the universal and the symbolic issue
Once we have assumed that the Christianity of Paul is rather the emergence of a meta historical speech than the emergence of the category of history, our aim is to demonstrate that the « Christian division » has not abolished the questions raised by the Jewish universal and especially in the very co...
References to ancient and modern in the Latin grammar of the 16th century (Linacre, Scaliger, Ramus, Sanctius)
ABSTRACT: This article aims at studying the importance given by four 16th century grammarians to their predecessors, whether from Antiquity, the Middle Ages or the Renaissance. Linacre did not immediately set his work De emendate (1524) in an historical context, but he did not hesitate to quote auth...
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...
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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...
Clio in question. MetaHistorical Theatre 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...
Hayden White, l'ironie de la Métahistoire / En avant l'après-histoire !
David Schreiber Marc Aymes Voici le premier texte de Hayden White traduit en français. Il s’agit de l’introduction de son ouvrage le plus célèbre, Metahistory: The Historical Imagination in nineteenth-century Europe, introduction qui constitue à elle seule une sorte de petit livre dans le grand. Dep...