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Raphael / Bernet / Zachariah

What’s Left of Marxism

Historiography and the Possibilities of Thinking with Marxian Themes and Concepts

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Buch. Hardcover


352 S. 1 s/w-Abbildung.

In englischer Sprache

De Gruyter. ISBN 978-3-11-067762-1

Format (B x L): 15,5 x 23 cm

Gewicht: 640 g


Historical thinking has a politics that shapes its ends. While at least two generations of scholars have been guided into their working lives with this axiom as central to their profession, it is somewhat of a paradox that historiography is so often nowadays seen as a matter of intellectual choices operating outside the imperatives of quotidian politics, even if the higher realms of ideological inclinations or historiographical traditions can be seen to have played a role. The politics of historical thinking, if acknowledged at all, is seen to belong to the realms of nonprofessional ways of the instrumentalisation of the past. This series seeks to centre the politics inherent in historical thinking, professional and non-professional, promoted by states, political organisations, ‘nationalities’ or interest groups, and to explore the links between political (re-)education, historiography and mobilisation or (sectarian?) identity formation. We hope to bring into focus the politics inherent in historical thinking, professional, public or amateur, across the world today. Advisory Board: Caroline Arni, University of Basel Amar Baadj, University of Bonn Berber Bevernage, University of Ghent Federico Finchelstein, New School for Social Research, New York Kavita Philip, University of California Irvine Ilaria Porciani, University of Bologna Dhruv Raina, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi Jakob Tanner, University of Zürich

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