Rethinking History: The Journal of Theory and Practice

This acclaimed journal allows historians in a broad range of specialities to experiment with new ways of presenting and interpreting history. Rethinking History challenges the accepted ways of doing history and rethinks the traditional paradigms, providing a unique forum in which practitioners and theorists can debate and expand the boundaries of the discipline.

Quarterly.

Publisher: 
Routledge
ISSN (print): 
13642529
ISSN (online): 
14701154

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Genre and history/historying
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Foucault's archaeology: science and transformation
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Layering history: graphic embodiment and emotions in GB Tran's Vietnamerica
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Historical re-enactment: narrativity, affect and the sublime
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Human rights and the literary self-portrait: Vann Nath's A Cambodian Prison Portrait: One Year in the Khmer Rouge's S-21
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Realist histories? When form clashes with function
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Gaming history: computer and video games as historical scholarship
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Tales of futures past: science fiction as a historical genre
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The conventions of unconventionality: reconsidering the cinematic historian in Even the Rain
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Open genre, new possibilities: democratizing history via social media
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Hayden White and liberation historiography
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Truth at 24 frames a second? A working dialogue between a film-maker and a historical consultant about the making of The Enigma of Frank Ryan
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History, power and visual communication artefacts
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History set into motion again
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Relations to the past: a research agenda for historical theorists
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For historians, even ‘historians of a postmodernist kind’, ‘presentation’ is the word.
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The way it was?: fashioning history in Diary Film – I was 12 in’56
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On ‘presence’ and conversing with the past: do historians communicate with the past?
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Beyond the island story?: The opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games as public history
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From narrative to action: Paul Ricoeur's reflections on history
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