History and Political Science: Together Again?
- Reflections on an Old "New History": Quantitative Social Science History in Postmodern Middle Age . Johnson, Eric A. // Central European History (Brill Academic Publishers);Sep/Dec89, Vol. 22 Issue 3/4, p408
Examines the quantitative social science history in the postmodern middle age in Germany. Problem of historians on quantitative history; Concern of historians on the political events in the country; Exaggeration on the demise of quantification.
- Stereophonic Scientific Modernisms: Social Science between Mexico and the United States, 1880s-... Trillo, Mauricio Tenorio // Journal of American History;Dec99, Vol. 86 Issue 3, p1156
Traces the history of social science in Mexico and the United States (US) in the 1880s to 1930s. Gap in educational, political and technological development in both countries; How the US arrangement of social science become universal; Difference of social science in Mexico from the US;...
- Writing Historical Fiction. Little, Jean // School Libraries in Canada;2003, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p3
Focuses on the experience of author regarding the writing of historical fiction. Story about the families who pioneered Nichol Township; Books written by author on historical fiction; Impact of true historical fiction on people.
- The Uses of Utopianism: The Millenarian Dream in Central European Social Democracy Before 1914. Calkins, Kenneth R. // Central European History (Brill Academic Publishers);Jun82, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p124
Focuses on the uses of Utopianism. Factor for motivating many Central European Social Democrats prior to 1914; Solution for the combination of modern science and rational planning; Development of personalities for the people of Zukunftsstaat.
- From the Land of a Chess Despot. Cerny, Karel // New Presence: The Prague Journal of Central European Affairs;Spring2006, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p22
The article discusses the brief historical background of the Republic of Kalmykia, Russia, which is the only Buddhist nation in Europe. This country is home to some 305 thousand people and is roughly equal to that of Czech Republic. It represents the only Buddhist and mongolo-asiatic enclave in...
- MISUSING ARCHEOLOGY AND MANIPULATING HISTORY. Appleyard, James; Casterline, Lee // World & I;May2000, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p328
Deals with the dubious interpretations of archaeological evidence and the manipulation of history. Factors behind the interpretation of history; Relative interpretation of history; Limitation of interpretation in the study of history; History as myths.
- California's history-social science framework revisited: A focus on implementation successes. Morin, Joy Ann // Education;Summer95, Vol. 115 Issue 4, p530
Evaluates California's history-social science framework focusing on the successes of the framework's implementation. Elements of successful framework implementation; Support provided during student teaching; Observation on implementation practices.
- Gains in reform of history-social science curriculum. Ankeney, Kirk S. // Thrust for Educational Leadership;Sep94, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p26
Discusses the significant gains in the transformation of history-social science instruction in California. Prospective re-adoption of the 1988 History-Social Science Framework; Adoption of new textbooks; Use of outside grants from funding sources to establish summer interdisciplinary...
- ECONOMICS' PAST AND PRESENT: HISTORICAL ANALYSIS AND CURRENT PRACTICE. Hynes, J. Allan // Journal of the History of Economic Thought;Jun2001, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p181
Presents a historical analysis of economics. Historiographic developments; Theory and models of economics; Case history from economics.