Arbor, Vol 186, No 743 (2010)

Historia cultural como historia polifónica


https://doi.org/10.3989/arbor.2010.743n1212

Peter Burke
University of Cambridge, Reino Unido

Resumen


En este texto se ofrece una reflexión sobre el origen y actual desarrollo del campo de la historia cultural a través de una comparación con el término que ha dado título a este seminario: “historia polifónica”. El autor propone un recorrido por las áreas temáticas que han conformado la estructura del seminario (la historia de las representaciones, la historia del cuerpo y la historia cultural de la ciencia) con el objeto de explicitar y explicar esta pluralidad de voces en el campo de la historia, así como su repercusión en otras áreas del conocimiento.

Palabras clave


Historia cultural; giro cultural; historia polifónica

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