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梁艳春   社会科学文献出版社  2019-07 出版
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娜塔莉·泽蒙·戴维斯(Natalie Zemon Davis,1928—)是美国当代声名卓著的思想史家、历史学家,著作等身。她曾任普林斯顿大学“亨利·查尔斯·李历史讲座”教授,美国历史学会主席。戴维斯注意把人类学、心理学、人种志学和文学等学科的理论成果运用于历史研究中,并在历史书写上采取叙述史学的写作策略,成为跨学科的典范。本书通过梳理和解读戴维斯各个时期的主要学术成果,分析她在妇女史、影视史和新文化史领域的学术观点、研究方法及社会影响,认识其在西方史学界的地位。
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  • 序言
  • 导论
    1. 一 娜塔莉·泽蒙·戴维斯史学思想的形成背景
    2. 二 娜塔莉·泽蒙·戴维斯史学思想研究综述
    3. 三 娜塔莉·泽蒙·戴维斯史学思想研究内容及方法
  • 第一章 娜塔莉·泽蒙·戴维斯的生平事略与学术历程
    1. 第一节 前期潜心研读
    2. 第二节 中期成果丰硕
    3. 第三节 后期日臻完善
  • 第二章 娜塔莉·泽蒙·戴维斯的妇女史观
    1. 第一节 妇女史学的兴起
    2. 第二节 戴维斯的“社会性别理论”
    3. 第三节 戴维斯的妇女史实践
    4. 小结
  • 第三章 娜塔莉·泽蒙·戴维斯的影视史观
    1. 第一节 影视史学的兴起
    2. 第二节 “影视史学”概念的诞生
    3. 第三节 戴维斯的影视史学实践
    4. 第四节 戴维斯的影视史学理论
    5. 小结
  • 第四章 娜塔莉·泽蒙·戴维斯的新文化史观
    1. 第一节 新文化史学的兴起
    2. 第二节 新文化史学的特点
    3. 第三节 戴维斯的新文化史观
    4. 小结
  • 结语 对娜塔莉·泽蒙·戴维斯史学思想的评价
    1. 一 戴维斯史学思想的特点
    2. 二 戴维斯史学思想的影响
    3. 三 戴维斯史学思想的不足
  • 后记
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