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Definition of "historiographic" [historiographic]

  • Relating to the writing of history. (adjective)
  • Relating to the study and practice of historical scholarship. (adjective)

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Use "historiographic" in a sentence
  • "The historiographic themes of Indian policy and early-nineteenth-century U.S. military history come together masterfully in the work of Francis Paul Prucha; all of it is invaluable, but The Sword of the Republic 1968 is a good place to begin."
  • "The “re-discovery” of a “new draft” of the Constitution has set off a historiographic firestorm of sorts."
  • "Note 26: See Mazower (1991) for a historiographic account of the interwar economic crisis. back"
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