Freud, Erikson, and the Historian: A Bibliographical Survey

  title={Freud, Erikson, and the Historian: A Bibliographical Survey},
  author={Robert Morse Crunden},
  journal={Canadian Review of American Studies},
  pages={48 - 64}
  • R. M. Crunden
  • Published 2 January 2019
  • Economics
  • Canadian Review of American Studies
Nothing seems to make the average historian more nervous than a new methodology that he does not readily understand. Over the past two decades we have seen vogues for the use of statistics, computers, socio- logical concepts, economic determinism, anthropological studies of cul- ture - the list is long. Some historians always seem ready to adopt the newest craze, whatever it is; most have numerous reasons ready that protect their own comfortable methodology, and consign the brash new- comer to… 
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