New Perspectives on Historical Writing

@inproceedings{Burke1993NewPO,
  title={New Perspectives on Historical Writing},
  author={Peter Burke},
  year={1993}
}
  • P. Burke
  • Published 1 November 1993
  • History
Since its first publication in 1992, New Perspectives on Historical Writing has become a key reference work used by students and researchers interested in the most important developments in the methodology and practice of history. For this new edition, the book has been thoroughly revised and updated and includes an entirely new chapter on environmental history.Peter Burke is joined here by a distinguished group of internationally renowned historians, including Robert Darnton, Ivan Gaskell… 
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