Table of contents for Historiography : ancient, medieval, and modern / Ernst Breisach.

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Preface	
Introduction
1
The Emergence of Greek Historiography 
2 
The Era of the Polis and Its Historians 
3 
Reaching the Limits of Greek Historiography 
4 
Early Roman Historiography: Myths, Greeks, and the Republic 
5 
Historians and the Republic?s Crisis 
6 
 Perceptions of the Past in Augustan and Imperial Rome 
 7 
 The Christian Historiographical Revolution 
 8 
 The Historiographical Mastery of New Peoples, States, and Dynasties 
 9 
 Historians and the Ideal of the Christian Commonwealth 
 10 
 Historiography?s Adjustment to Accelerating Change 
 11 
 Two Turning Points: The Renaissance and The Reformation 
 12 
 The Continuing Modification of Traditional Historiography 
 13 
 The Eighteenth-Century Quest for a New Historiography 
 14 
 Three National Responses 
 15 
 Historians as Interpreters of Progress and Nation?1 
 16 
 Historians as Interpreters of Progress and Nation?2 
 17 
 A First Prefatory Note to Modern Historiography 
 18 
 History and the Quest for a Uniform Science 
 19 
 The Discovery of Economic Dynamics 
 20 
 Historians Encounter the Masses 
 21 
 The Problem of World History 
 22 
 Historiography Between Two World Wars (1918?39) 000
 23 
 History Writing in Liberal Democracies (1918?39) 000
 24 
 Historiography and the Grand Ideologies 000
 25 
 American Historiography after 1945 000
 26 
 History in the Scientific Mode 000
 27 
 Transformations in English and French Historiography 000
 28 
 Marxist Historiography in the Soviet Union and Western Democracies 000
 29 
 Historiography in the Aftermath of Fascism 000
 30 
 World History Between Vision and Reality 000
 31 
 Historiography, Postmodernity and Prospects 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Historiography.