SESSION MATERIALS

Course name:2008 Local history as a subfield of human enquiry
Course description:
Class 1. The Fates of “Local History”
 
Class 2. The Experience of Soldiering: WWI Letters to a Village.
Course owner:Andriy Zayarnyuk
Bibliography:
Class 1. The Fates of “Local History”.
 
Joseph A. Amato, Rethinking Home: A Case for Writing Local History (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2002), 77-112.
 
John Beckett, Writing Local History (Manchester: University of Manchester Press, 2007), 106-122.
 
Emily D. Johnson, How St. Petersburg Learned to Study Itself: The Russian Idea of Kraevedenie, (Pennsylvania State University Press, 2006), “Introduction.”
 
Alf Lüdtke, “Introduction: What Is the History of Everyday Life and Who Are Its Practitioners,” Alf Lüdtke (ed.) The History of Everyday Life: Reconstructing Historical Experience and Ways of Life (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1995), 3-40.
 
Class 2. The Experience of Soldiering: WWI Letters to a Village.
 
Peter Hanak, The Garden and the Workshop: Essays on the Cultural History of Vienna and Budapest (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1998), "Vox Populi", 179-212.
 
 

Added Files:
Joseph A. Amato, Rethinking Home: A Case for Writing Local History
John Beckett, Writing Local History
Emily D. Johnson, How St. Petersburg Learned to Study Itself: The Russian Idea of Kraevedenie
Alf Lüdtke, “Introduction: What Is the History of Everyday Life and Who Are Its Practitioners”
Peter Hanak, Vox Populi