Marc Bloch, Sociology and Geography: Encountering Changing Disciplinesby Susan W. Friedman
The first detailed examination of the relationship of the work of Marc Bloch to both Durkheimian sociology and to Vidalian geography.See more details below
The first detailed examination of the relationship of the work of Marc Bloch to both Durkheimian sociology and to Vidalian geography.
Table of Contents
List of tables; Acknowledgments; A note on translation; List of abbreviations; Introduction; 1. Marc Bloch and the 'Université'; Part I. Sociology, Geography and History during Marc Bloch's Years of Apprenticeship: 2. Marc Bloch's training as a normalien; 3. History under attack; 4. The quest for identity in Vidalian geography; 5. From the Fondation Thiers to the doctorate: Marc Bloch's emerging perspective; Part II. Marc Bloch as a Critic and Practitioner of Sociology and Geography: 6. The University of Strasbourg as a center of disciplinary change; 7. Kings, serfs and the sociological method; 8. Reflections on the geographical approach and on the agrarian regime; 9. An expanding view: Marc Bloch's later projects; 10. Towards a reworking of the historiography of Marc Bloch; Notes; Index of names; Subject index.
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