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Futures of the Study of Culture
Liquid Spaces in Modern Historiography It is astonishing how much the ranges and spaces of history have changed and extended in the past generation of historical research. In what follows I will present, and attempt to explain, some key categories of recent historical writing in 'the West.' In hindsight, they document a tendency toward spatial concepts and disciplinary boundaries becoming more and more liquid. These are, in order of their appearance: the history of everyday life, thedoi:10.1515/9783110669398-013 fatcat:qknbpeyv6zdubkdvta4vqcfiwi