2011-12-14Buch DOI: 10.18452/3242
le mot dans la recherche historique allemande
This Working Paper argues that German historians often regard the term « representation » as imported from France. Kaelble insists that the transfer led to a more restricted use of the term, which resulted from four obstacles encountered during the process. Nevertheless, Kaelble writes, research on representations is a developing field in German historical science. As contemporary historians tend to be increasingly interested in crises and global encounters the use of the concept of representations gains momentum.
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