Time: Histories and Ethnologies (The Comparative Studies in Society and History Book Series) e-book
by Diane Owen Hughes,Thomas R. Trautmann
Time Histories and Ethnologies.
Time Histories and Ethnologies. For more than thirty years the quarterly issues of Comparative Studies in Society and History have published articles about human society in any time or place written by scholars in any discipline and from any country.
The Comparative Studies in Society and History Book Series
The Comparative Studies in Society and History Book Series. TIME Histories and Ethnologies. From the standpoint of Enlightenment reason, time should be a universal and uniform category of under-standing. The historians and anthropologists who contribute to this volume examine the sense of time in a wide range of historical and present cultures, from the Maya of Yucatan to revolutionary Europe to the Iparakuyo Maasai. Their discussion of time differs from philosophical discus-sions in that the real-world standard to which it submits itself is always culturally plural.
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A wide variety of vivid case examples is illuminated by a broad range of general principles
Thomas R. Trautmann is an American historian, cultural anthropologist and Professor Emeritus of History and Anthropology at the University of Michigan
Thomas R. Trautmann is an American historian, cultural anthropologist and Professor Emeritus of History and Anthropology at the University of Michigan. He is considered one of the world's leading experts on the Arthashastra, the ancient Hindu text on statecraft, economic policy and military strategy, written in Sanskrit. Trautmann has mentored many students during his tenure at the University of Michigan.
Cases for Comparison Across Time and Around the World. Each volume in this series originates with a selection from articles that have appeared in the quarterly journal Comparative Studies in Society and History. A cross-cultural volume that investigates the question of how social minorities are formed. These articles are revised and are supplemented by newly commissioned essays. Individual volumes are designed with specific audiences in mind, with potential for classroom use a primary consideration. Each book is expected to stand alone as an important measure of the current state of the topic it addresses.
The comparative history of societies emerged as an important specialty among intellectuals in the Enlightenment in the 18th century, as typified by Montesquieu, Voltaire, Adam Smith, and others. Comparative History and Cultural Transfers. HIST 268: A Comparative History of Empires. Reparations for Slavery and the Slave Trade: A Transnational and Comparative History.