historiography : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  a body of historical literature
  • n  the writing of history

  • COMPARED with the United States, historiography in England is a minor matter, a hobby, a respectable activity but not big business, not one of the pillars of the state.
  • Reflecting on television's impact on historiography, Canada's Prime Minister John Diefenbaker mournfully told a Montreal audience of a prime piece of source material that got away.
  • Granted, as less vitriolic modern historiography makes clear, Columbus was not the gem of the ocean, the flawless hero of so many earlier hagiographies.

  • Michaelle Jean in Canada.com
    The cross is simple enough in appearance but is the result of much reflection, research, historiography, attention to detail and collaboration,said Jean, addressing a room of veterans, servicemen, young cadets and politicians at Rideau Hall.
  • Anne Applebaum in New York Times
    What Ms. Applebaum added is also true about music: "There are many legitimate ways to write history, even many avant-garde, nonlinear, novelistic ways to write history, as the historiography of World War II itself well illustrates."
  • David Levering Lewis in New York Times
    What distinguishes his history or historiography is that he, like few other historians, wrote a book that transformed the way we understand a major social phenomenon,said David Levering Lewis, the New York University historian, who like Dr....

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