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What's Wrong With The Way Most History Is Written
"Today's historical monographs resemble those written 100 years ago, speakers said. They're still narrated in an omniscient, third-person voice that was largely invented in the 19th century. And the profession is built to sustain the present model." Chronicle of Higher Education 01/04/13
Posted January 7, 2013 07:07 AM




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