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New Directions in European Historiography Hardcover – 1 Mar 1985


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Confirms Iggers' place as the foremost guide to the historiography of Continental modern Europe . . . Thorough in its coverage, apt in its choices, penetrating in its perceptions, balanced in its judgments, and thematic in its construction"--American Historical Review

"In this highly readable and scholarly collection essays, Georg Iggers has demonstrated his first rank among intellectual historians...most worthwhile work."--The Virginia Quarterly Review

"This excellent book by Professor Georg Iggers is much more significant than its title indicates. Although it is primarily addressed to historians, it is of the very first importance to philosophy in general, to philosophy of law, and to other social and human sciences."--Michael Franklin, Tulane Law Review

"This study is a major achievement, expressive of the new maturity and sophistication of American historical thought."--Choice

American Historical Review"

The Virginia Quarterly Review"

Tulane Law Review"

Choice"

In this highly readable and scholarly collection essays, Georg Iggers has demonstrated his first rank among intellectual historians most worthwhile work. "The Virginia Quarterly Review""

This excellent book by Professor Georg Iggers is much more significant than its title indicates. Although it is primarily addressed to historians, it is of the very first importance to philosophy in general, to philosophy of law, and to other social and human sciences. Michael Franklin, "Tulane Law Review""

This study is a major achievement, expressive of the new maturity and sophistication of American historical thought. "Choice""

Confirms Iggers place as the foremost guide to the historiography of Continental modern Europe . . . Thorough in its coverage, apt in its choices, penetrating in its perceptions, balanced in its judgments, and thematic in its construction. "American Historical Review"" --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

About the Author

GEORG IGGERS came to the United States from Germany in 1938. After graduation for the University of Richmond (B.A.) and the University of Chicago (Ph.D.), he taught at Philander Smith College in Little Rock (1950-57), Dillard University (1957-63), and Roosevelt University (1963-65). He is Distinguished Professor of History at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Mr. Iggers is a frequent contributor to professional journals both here and abroad. His previous books are The German Conception of History: The National Tradition of Historical Thought from Herder to the Present (Wesleyan University Press, 1968), which has been published in both German and Polish editions; The Cult of Authority: The Political Philosophy of the Saint-Simonians (Nijhoff, 1970); and editions of the writings of Saint-Simon and Ranke. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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