Translation of historiography in Spanish:

historiography

historiografía, n.

Pronunciation /hɪˌstɒrɪˈɒɡrəfi//hɪˌstɔriˈɑɡrəfi//hɪˌstɔːrɪˈɒɡrəfi/

noun

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    historiografía feminine
    • Needless to say, recalling this episode in the historiography of German Renaissance studies is not to validate it.
    • They view the historical past only through the eyes of historians, history as pre-packaged by historiography.
    • The real abyss separating Deutscher from modern historiography is a moral one.
    • These features have interesting parallels with accounting history and historiography.
    • As the Middle Ages continued, rhetoric stayed present in historiography, but other elements began to emerge.
    • His Iberian study also serves to exemplify advances in medieval research and historiography since the series' predecessor.
    • But it serves as a reminder of several points relating to history, historiography, and the current Indian situation.
    • Together, they amount to a substantial critique of the history and historiography of witchcraft, sexuality and religion in early modern Europe.
    • Well, like a bad remake of The Paper Chase, I found myself in a required humanities seminar on historiography.
    • To overcome the objections raised by analytic philosophy and secular historiography, apologetics needs to shift its ground.
    • Plato is an especially fruitful figure for application of rhetorical approaches to historiography and interpretation.
    • The purpose of this essay is to write a subversive historiography of polka.
    • Although there are other facets of the history and historiography of Islamic iconoclasm that merit analysis, my aim here is twofold.
    • It is doubtful, however, that Edwards' work would have anticipated modern historiography as some claim.
    • The other founding father of modern historiography is the French medievalist Marc Bloch, author of The Historian's Craft.
    • But Tacitus did not write according to the canons of modern historiography.
    • When he went to study in Britian the dominant theme of nationalist historiography was the study of plantation societies in the Caribbean.
    • Written histories always become historiography; all history is historiography.
    • From where a historian speaks or writes may impact historiography as much as when one speaks.
    • Early medieval Christianity has a bad odour in modern historiography.