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Definition of "historiographical" [historiographical]

  • Related to historiography (adjective)

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Use "historiographical" in a sentence
  • "But it does mean that in contemporary historiography, the sign of history has become less the real than the intelligible, an intelligibility achieved through the production of historiographical discourse according to narrativist principles, hence always flirting with the “fictive” that is intrinsic to the operation of narrative."
  • "The interesting historiographical question is whether the creation of Israel is a late-in-the-day bit of 1919 re-mapping, or more akin to the colonial powers drawing uneasy borders across former conquests."
  • "The focus on discontinuity is also the result of the current general historiographical tendency that (after and against Braudel and the Annales) privileges, in historical interpretation, "the event," understood as discontinuity and a traumatic transformation."
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