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Igor’ Nikolaevich Danilevskii, [The Structure of Retrospective Information in Ancient Russian Historical Sources — lecture in Russian]

Igor’ Nikolaevich Danilevskii,  [The Structure of Retrospective Information in Ancient Russian H ...
  1. Author: Russian and East European Institute
  2. Number of episodes: 1
  3. Web site: http://www.indiana.edu/~reeiweb/events/2012/danilevsky.pdf

Podcast Description:

As a complex of historical reconstructions, the notion of “historical reality” raises a number of important concerns. What should serve as the basis for scholarly historical reconstructions? What sorts of information do sources provide and how should it be used in historical reconstructions? How reliable, and to what degree, is the retrospective information contained in a given source? Retrospective information in written sources can be classified into three large groups (verifiable, unique, and

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1.Igor’ Nikolaevich Danilevskii, [The Structure of Retrospective Information in Ancient Russian Historical Sources — lecture in Russian]01:00:22Igor’ Nikolaevich Danilevskii11/13/2012As a complex of historical reconstructions, the notion of “historical reality” raises a number of important concerns. What should serve as the basis for scholarly historical reconstructions? What sorts of information do sources provide and how should it be used in historical reconstructions? How reliable, and to what degree, is the retrospective information contained in a given source? Retrospective information in written sources can be classified into three large groups (verifiable, unique, andRussian and East European InstituteEnglishDownload