History as an Art of Memory
Patrick H. HuttonPaper: $27.95
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This challenging but richly evocative effort to integrate historical methodology, recent philosophy of history, and the newest trends of critical thought in the social sciences and the humanities is strongly recommended.
Gathers together Hutton’s stimulating investigations of a wide range of thinkers from Vico to Foucault. Impressively learned yet concise and elegant, the book maps major historiographical trends and marks out paths for postmodern historians.
PATRICK H. HUTTON is Professor of History at the University of Vermont where he participates in the Integrated Humanities Program. He is author of The Cult of the Revolutionary Tradition (1981), coeditor of Technologies of the Self: A Seminar with Michel Foucalt (1988), and editor-in-chief of An Historical Dictionary of the Third French Republic (1986).