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Em Busca das Origens da História Global

Sanjay Subrahmanyam

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Em sua aula inaugural no Collège de France, o autor procura traçar a genealogia da História Global. Para tanto, examina o trabalho de autores de diversas partes do mundo que desde a Antiguidade se debruçaram sobre sociedades que não as suas de origem.


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História Global, historiografia, teoria da história.

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