Herman Paul's Hayden White and the politics of professional historiography

@article{Cohen2012HermanPH,
  title={Herman Paul's Hayden White and the politics of professional historiography},
  author={S. Cohen},
  journal={Rethinking History},
  year={2012},
  volume={16},
  pages={443 - 458}
}
  • S. Cohen
  • Published 2012
  • Philosophy
  • Rethinking History
This essay-review of H. Paul's book on the work of Hayden White draws out the interpretations Paul makes of White's seminal work, Metahistory. This essay-review applauds Paul's endeavor to provide a systematic context for White's overall oeuvre. The second section focuses on the politics of professional historiography, or the frequent confusion between politics and profession in matters historical and historiographical. 
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