3 edition of Illuminating History found in the catalog.
by Milliken Publishing
Written in English
|Contributions||Corbin Hillam (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||38|
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Illuminating History is the most personal of Bailyn’s works. It is in part an intellectual memoir of the significant turns in an immensely productive and influential scholarly career.
It is also alive with people whose actions touched the long arc of history. Among the dramatic human stories that command our attention: a struggling Boston Author: Bernard Bailyn. In the years since, as Frank Snowden’s illuminating history shows, that indifference became endemic.
Snowden’s book began as an undergraduate lecture course at. An eminent historian reveals inspirations and serendipitous discoveries. Bailyn (Emeritus, History/Harvard Univ.; Sometimes an Art: Nine Essays on History,etc.), who has won the Pulitzer Prize (twice), the National Book Award, the Bancroft Prize, and the National Humanities Medal, offers a fascinating reflection on intellectual enthusiasms and challenges that have marked his long.
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Editorial Reviews. 02/10/ Harvard University professor emeritus Bailyn (The Ideological Origins of the American Illuminating History book highlights “small, strange, obscure, but illuminating documents or individuals” he encountered while researching other, larger projects in this hodgepodge of a sful chapters, including the close reading of a will left by a Puritan merchant and an Pages: The book’s blurb billing it as a “self-portrait” is somewhat misleading.
“Illuminating History” is not an intellectual memoir, but rather a miscellany — a collection of sometimes. Illuminating History is the most personal of Bailyn’s works. It is in part an intellectual memoir of the significant turns in an immensely productive and influential scholarly career.
It is also alive with people whose actions touched the long arc of history. Illuminating History: A Retrospective of Seven Decades Bernard Bailyn. Norton, $ (p) ISBN the book’s inconsistency and lack of an overarching thesis lead to a. Illuminating History: A Retrospective of Seven Decades (W.W.
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One chapter of this book is about Robert Keane, who sat down on June 1,to write his last will and testament and, “as he drew to the end,” “contemplated the completion of the will and his own mortality.” Illuminating History concludes with “memorial minutes” written by Bailyn for two of his teachers, Morison and Oscar Handlin.
Illuminating History is the most personal of Bailyn's works. It is in part an intellectual memoir of the significant turns in an immensely productive and influential scholarly career. It is also alive with people whose actions touched the long arc of history.
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His driving passion, honed by a commitment to rigor and precision, has yielded consistently transformative work, from a new reckoning with the American Revolution to a comprehensive account of the peopling of America and his early, pivotal nurturing of Atlantic-world Illuminating History, Bailyn conveys the excitement.
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