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Transnational History

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 208
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Theory and History

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13 September 2013

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13 September 2013

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13 September 2013

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30 August 2013

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Although some historians have been researching and writing history from a transnational perspective for more than a century, it is only recently that this approach has gained momentum. But what is transnational history? How...

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Although some historians have been researching and writing history from a transnational perspective for more than a century, it is only recently that this approach has gained momentum. But what is transnational history? How can a transnational approach be applied to historical study?

Pierre Yves Saunier's dynamic introductory volume conveys the diversity of the developing field of transnational history, and the excitement of doing research in that direction. Saunier surveys the key concepts, methods and theories used by historians, helping students to find their own way in this vibrant area.

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Transnational History is a hot topic and a lively and popular area of historical study
The ideal introductory text for students who are new to the field and who want to know the key concepts, methods and theories involved in transnational history so that they may apply them to their own work

Preface
Acknowledgements
Introduction
1. Meanings and Usages
2. Connections
3. Circulations
4. Relations
5. Formations
6. About Methodology
Conclusion
Notes
Glossary
Further Reading
Index.

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Pierre-Yves Saunier is Professor of History at Universite Laval, Canada. His previous publications include the co-edited volume The Palgrave Dictionary of Transnational History (2009).

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Pierre-Yves Saunier is Professor of History at Universite Laval, Canada. His previous publications include the co-edited volume The Palgrave Dictionary of Transnational History (2009).

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