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by Peter Carroll

  • Author: Peter Carroll
  • ISBN: 082031174X
  • ISBN13: 978-0820311746
  • ePub: 1849 kb | FB2: 1184 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Historical Study & Educational Resources
  • Publisher: University of Georgia Press; First Edition edition (February 1, 1990)
  • Pages: 224
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Keeping Time: Memory, Nostalgia, and the Art of History ePub download

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Keeping Time deserves to be read widely, both by teachers of history and graduate faculty. It will throw a helpful light on present social studies and history education. He teaches at Stanford University.

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book by Peter N. Using his own life as a case study, Carroll strives to locate himself and the people he has known in their respective historical times and places. More by Peter N. Puritanism and the Wilderness: 1629-1700, The Intellectual Significance of the New England Frontier. The Other Samuel Johnson: A Psychohistory of Early New England. We the People: A Brief American History, Comprehensive Volume (Non-Infotrac Version). On the Edge: New History of 20th Century America.

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Peter Neil Carroll, author of the brand-new poetry collection Something is Bound to Break, is currently Poetry . He is author of the memoir, Keeping Time: Memory, Nostalgia & the Art of History.

Peter Neil Carroll, author of the brand-new poetry collection Something is Bound to Break, is currently Poetry Moderator for Portside. org and lives in Belmont, CA, with writer/photographer Jeannette Ferrary. There is no subject too large for Peter Carroll, a strong and unusual poet who writes with intelligence, with certainty, with wisdom, and with a strong and compelling voice. The poems in this collection are worth reading again and again. Esther Cohen, Breakfast with Allen Ginsberg. Consider the world we live in, consider these magnificent poems by Peter Neil Carroll.

Using his own life as a case study, Carroll strives to locate himself and the people he has known in their respective historical times and places. He demonstrates the ways in which history defines individual lives and sets boundaries around them. The Parisian Prowler/Le Spleen De Paris, Petits Poemes En Prose EAN 9780820311623.

Rutgers University, 1990), KEEPING TIME: MEMORY, NOSTALGIA, AND THE ART OF HISTORY (University of Georgia Press, 1990), and AMERICANS IN THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR: THE ODYSSEY OF THE ABRAHAM LINCOLN BRIGADE (Stanford University Press, 1994)

Rutgers University, 1990), KEEPING TIME: MEMORY, NOSTALGIA, AND THE ART OF HISTORY (University of Georgia Press, 1990), and AMERICANS IN THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR: THE ODYSSEY OF THE ABRAHAM LINCOLN BRIGADE (Stanford University Press, 1994). Carroll and his partner, author Jeannette Ferrary, live in Belmont, California.

Accordingly, within a few weeks time, 18,000 circulars, "Indiana Schools in the World's Fair," were distributed to teachers, school officials and the press of the State. Keeping Time: Memory, Nostalgia, and the Art of History. University of Georgia Press. ISBN 978-0-8203-3792-0. 50 from the city and town school superintendents, school boards and township trustees would.

At once memoir and meditation, Keeping Time records one professional historian’s struggle to live in history even as he studies it, writes about it, and teaches it. Exploring the omnipresence of the past in American life today, Peter N. Carroll weaves into his autobiographical narrative a wealth of provocative observations on the practice of history, the connections between “small” lives and large forces, and the relationship of personal choice to public activity.

Carroll feels compelled to view the past in a different way―not as something remote from the present, but as a vital current in everyone’s life. He strives to popularize history, reminding us that the particulars of ordinary life are indeed historical, that all human beings, however “obscure” or “important,” exist in time, and that each must live in history.

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