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  • adv. In a historiographical manner; by means of a historiography.


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  • Biblically, theologically and historiographically insupportable, but interesting.

    "The homosexual agenda has been carefully crafted and packaged to change the way Americans think about homosexuality."

  • This is worth the price of admission, historiographically speaking.

    Bill Barol: Nixon: The Gift That Keeps On Giving

  • Granted, as an undergrad you're not always very sophisticated in doing so, but again, I was lucky in that my alma mater really taught us how to dissect historical scholarship/think historiographically, so I was able to get some useful information from the exercise my impression is that not everyone who started grad school with me would have been able to do so.

    Just how much did you know?

  • The vast military expedition that left Europe for the Holy Land in the summer of 1147 has been the Cinderella among crusades, historiographically speaking.

    Review of The Second Crusade: Extending the Frontiers of Christendom by Jonathan Phillips

  • So the choice of the units and frame of historical analysis is itself historiographically significant and deserves philosophical attention.

    Philosophy of History

  • And, while my own historical field, history of philosophy, is about the most historiographically-challenged field of history there could conceivably be I think the way HoP is taught makes it generally weak on the historical side, although there are particular HoP disciplines which go some way to counteract this, particular for certain lines of scholarship on the medieval and ancient period, I nonetheless find that this fits nicely with my own experience.

    Archive 2005-02-01

  • Aberration is often a comforting concept, historiographically.


  • Having broken with the communists politically and Beard historiographically, Hofstadter moved to the right becoming associated with the "consensus historians".

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • Hugh McManners (can't remember the title but it had an extraordinary series of photos from Vietnam in it) have all written similarly themed tomes - ie the actual experience of the soldier in war as captured from post-battlefield interviews and written accounts .... then analyzed the experiences physically, historically, historiographically, psychologically, morally, etc.

    Army Rumour Service

  • Arguably Franklin did in fact do important original work that should have been historiographically influential ” and may actually have been in a covert and unrecognized way ” but his contribution has been underrated, probably because of both condescension toward black scholars who work in what whites regard as mainstream history and activist black scholars 'lack of interest in work that does not lend itself readily to contemporary ideological or cultural battles.



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