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FORUM: Critical Pragmatism, Language, and Cultural History: On Roger Chartier's On the Edge of the Cliff

Опубликовано на портале: 21-11-2003
French Historical Studies. 1998.  Vol. 21. No. 2. P. 213-264. 
Chartier, Roger is currently Directeur d'Études at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (Paris) as well as Andrew D. White Professor-at-Large at Cornell University. Since 1969, he has been lecturing and publishing on the relationship between the material history of institutions and the embodied practices which both animate and survive these institutions: in particular, early modern techniques of reading, disseminating and collecting printed information. The course of Roger Chartier's work indicates the multiple avenues of critical inquiry available to cultural historians; R. Chartier has been in large part responsible for defining what this elusive discipline — "cultural history" — might be. His “On the Edge of the Cliff “ (1997) stages encounters with thinkers as diverse as Michel de Certeau, Michel Foucault, Norbert Elias, Hayden White, Louis Marin, Philippe Ariès. In the wake of this volume, "French Historical Studies" published a forum entitled "Critical pragmatism, language, and cultural history".

Книга Р. Шартье "On the Edge of the Cliff" посвящена анализу и критическому сопоставлению новых подходов в историографии и культурной истории, которые при всех их различиях вписываются в рамки прагматического поворота в социальных науках (М.Фуко, М. де Серто, Н. Элиас, Ф. Ариес и др.).
СОДЕРЖАНИЕ ФОРУМА:
 Smith, Bonnie. "One Question for Roger Chartier" 213-220.
 Dewald, Jonathan. "Roger Chartier and the Fate of Cultural History," 221-240.
 Sewell, William. "Language and Practice in Cultural History: Backing Away from the Edge of the Cliff" 241-254.
 Roger Chartier's response : "Writing the Practices" 255-264.
СОДЕРЖАНИЕ КНИГИ Roger Chartier. "On the Edge of the Cliff. History, Language, and Practices":
Acknoledgment
Introduction
PART I. FICTION AND KNOWLEDGE – 1. History between Narrative and Knowledge
2. Four Questions for Hayden White
3. Michel de Certeau: History, or Knowledge of the Other
PART 2. DISCURCIVE AND SOCIAL PRACTICES – 4. The Chimera of the Origin: Archaeology of Knowledge, Cultural History, and the French Revolution
5. Discourses and Practices: On the Origin of the French Revolution
6. Texts, Forms, and Interpretations
7. Powers, and Limits of Representation
PART 3. FIGURATION AND HABITUS: NORBERT ELIAS
8. Self-consciousness and the Social Bond
9. The Double Bind and Detachment
10. Sports, or The Controlled Decontrolling of Emotions
EPILOGUE. FRIENDSHIP WITH HISTORY: PHLIPPE ARIÈS
NOTES
INDEX

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страница Р. Шартье на сайте EHESS:
http://www.ehess.fr/centres/crh/pages/chercheurs/chartier/chartier-fiche.html
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