The histories of Raphael Samuel : a portrait of a people's historian
Most historians become known for advancing a particular historical argument or for pioneering a distinctive methodology. The British historian Raphael Samuel (1934-1996) is remarkable, however, for the way he practised history. Samuel was the moving force behind a movement, the History Workshop, which took its initial stance on the democratisation of history making, becoming synonymous with vivid histories of working-class life and culture. Later, Samuel became a founding editor of a...[Show more]
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