History of Historical Science
Семенов Александр Михайлович
- learning the main questions of theoretical debates on the status of historical knowledge
- understanding the intellectual genealogy of major shifts and turns in historiography of the 20th century
- familiariation with the issues of narrative, analytical concepts, and perspectivism in history writing
- analyzing the public role of historical knowledge
- Can trace the intellectual genealogy of the Global History and the role of Constructivist Turn in it.
- Knows how to analyse symbolics and semantics of the political and ritual representations and myths.
- Knows the trends of the emerging field of global history.
- Student can take part in the discussions about Global Intellectual History with the use of relative historiography and concepts.
- Student is able to put Russian case in the context of debates on postcoloniality.
- Student understands the role and responsibility of historian towards society when constructing own historical narratives.
- Understanding contemporary constructivist approaches to the issue of Identity, and practical outcomes of this understanding for historical research.
- Understanding of the concept of longue duree, its historical development, and specificity of its usage.
- Understanding the role of meta-narrative in shaping the paradigms of historical research
- Understanding the role of the historian as one who forms new models about thinking about the future, not the past only.
- Understands how semiotics is used in historical research.
- Understands the role of the Cultural Turn for the Humanities in general and Historical research in particular.
- Understands the specificity of global history as an approach aimed at restoring the context of historical processes.
- End of history? History resumed? Debates about meta-narratives of the past.
- Historical Time, Temporal Scales and the Choice by Historians.
- Proliferation of Representations and Identities: Historical Memory and National Identity
- The Problem Colonialism and the Approach of the post-Colonial School. Social History of Imperial Diversity and the Subjectivity of the Subalterns
- The New Relevance of Empire in Exploration of World History. Questions of Connected Histories, Temporal Scales of Pre-modern and Modern History, and Eurocentrism.
- Ever Changing Past: Contested Global History.
- Historical Narratives and their Consequences: Narrative and Re-Narrativization of Russian History
- Approaches to Global Intellectual History and the Problem of Mimicry and Authenticity in Global History
- 2021/2022 2nd module0.3 * Questions for discussion 30% + 0.5 * Term paper 50% + 0.2 * Participation in class discussion 20%
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