International Conference "History & Society - Dialogue of the Deaf"
2017-08-31 - 2017-09-01
Faculty of History, University of Warsaw
The main aim of the conference is to restimulate the reflections on the interrelations between social sciences and history. This theme is an object of the century-old but lively controversy. Social history gained its momentum as a result of works of researchers associated with the famous Annales journal, such as Marc Bloch and Lucien Febvre, in the first half of the 20th century, who refocused their inquiries from the outdated “event history” to the analyses of social structures and phenomena constructing historical events. 1960s witnessed the breakthrough of “new social history” which soon transformed the discipline into the dominating historiographical trend of the Anglophone world. In the 1990s its prominent position was endangered by one member of its intellectual offspring, cultural history.
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