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Fazendo História Global: reflexões, dúvidas e compromissos

José Antonio Sánchez Román

Resumo


O principal objetivo do presente artigo é apresentar algumas reflexões e dúvidas que surgiram durante e após a Conferência Global de História realizada no Rio de Janeiro em 2016. Nesse sentido, a importância da espacialidade e da temporalidade para os estudos da chamada "virada global" será discutida e analisada. Outro ponto que será discutido ao longo do artigo é o impacto da globalização no campo da História e em seus subcampos. Finalmente, haverá uma discussão sobre o modo como a História Global tem sido escrita na América Latina e suas similaridades e diferenças com a História Global escrita na Europa.


Palavras-chave


História Global, teoria, Historiografia, globalização, virada global, América Latina.

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Revista Estudos Históricos
Uma publicação do Programa de Pós-Graduação em História, Política e Bens Culturais (PPHPBC) da Escola de Ciências Sociais (CPDOC) da Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV)
 

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