Arnaldo Momigliano was one of the foremost classical historiographers of the twentieth century. This collection of twenty-one carefully selected essays is remarkable both in the depth of its scholarship and the breadth of its subjects. Moving with ease across the centuries, Momigliano supplements.
In 2008-2009 a group of Arnaldo Momigliano’s disciples met at the Warburg Institute to celebrate the centenary of his birth and to recall the great series of seminars held by him from 1967 to 1983: the aim was to explore the significance of his legacy some twenty years after his death, in all the various areas where he made a major contribution.
What gives Momigliano's work its unmistakable stamp (apart from the prodi-gious learning, the intellectual power, the zest, and the wit) is the persistent and complex counterpoint he weaves - between ideas and the social reality, between the topic under examination and its historiography, between the ancient world and the modern, including our own.Essays in Ancient and Modern Historiography (Blackwell's classical studies) 02-May-1977 by Arnaldo MOMIGLIANO Hardcover.Faint crease to 1 corner. Else book is fine.; Arnaldo Momigliano was one of the foremost classical historiographers of the twentieth century. This collection of twenty-one carefully selected essays is remarkable both in the depth of its scholarship and the breadth of its subjects.
Throughout his career, but especially in the final twenty years of his life, the great classicist and historian Arnaldo Momigliano (1908-87) wrote essays on a variety of Jewish themes and individuals. This volume collects twenty-six of these essays, most of which appear in English for the first time.Read More
Debuting in 1932, the Second Series saw a quantitative and qualitative leap thanks to the impetus of former student Giovanni Gentile, who was the formal editor in chief of ASNP until 1943: to the essays of young scholars destined to leave their mark in the world of studies, such as Delio Cantimori and Arnaldo Momigliano, were added texts of lectures and conferences, an extensive section of.Read More
Momigliano and antiquarianism: foundations of the modern cultural sciences by Magdalena Fahrni ( ); The Presence of the historian: essays in memory of Arnaldo Momigliano ( Book ); Ancient history and the antiquarian: essays in memory of Arnaldo Momigliano ( Book ).Read More
The Development of Greek Biography is fully annotated, and includes a bibliography designed to serve as an introduction to the study of biography in general. This classic study is now reissued with the addition of Momigliano’s essay “Second Thoughts on Greek Biography” (1971).Read More
Arnaldo Momigliano (1908-87) was one of the most distinguished twentieth-century scholars of the classics and of ancient and modern history. Throughout his career, but especially in the final twenty years of his life, he wrote essays on a variety of Jewish themes and individuals. This volume collects twenty-six of these essays, most of which appear in English for the first time.Momigliano.Read More
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Editions for Essays in Ancient and Modern Historiography: 0631179003 (Hardcover published in 1977), 0226533859 (Paperback published in 2012), (Kindle Edi.Read More
History: A Very Short Introduction Essay 1488 Words 6 Pages In History: A Very Short Introduction, Arnold weaves together various anecdotes including a 14th century murder, an epic regarding the corybantic slaughter of cats in France, the varying accounts of a Sojourner Truth speech, and many more stories to emphasize why history matters and the problems inherent in its recording.Read More
While doing research on the humanists’ reception of the Germania, Krebs discovered that the distinguished historian and historiographer Arnaldo Momigliano had named Tacitus’ work “among the most dangerous books ever written.” “I began to wonder if that statement was true,” Krebs said.Read More