In this Book
In this volume a diverse group of leading historians analyzes the future needs of their craft and suggests the many ways in which scholars of the near future will interpret the events of earlier years.
Originally published in .
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Table of Contents
- Political History in the 1980s
- Family History in the 1980s
- Quantification in the 1980s
- The New History: The 1980s and Beyond (II)
- Economic History in the 1980s
- Population History in the 1980s
- Anthropology and History in the 1980s
- Intellectual History in the 1980s
- History of Science in the 1980s
- Toward the Future