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Postmodernism for Historians
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AcknowledgementsIntroduction1. Empiricism2. Signs3. Discourse4. Poststructuralism5. Text6. Self7. Morality8. Criticism of postmodernism in historyConclusionGlossaryFurther readingWeb links Index

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The first clear guide to the minefields and meanings of postmodernism for history students.

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Callum Brown is Professor of Religious and Cultural History, University of Dundee. His previous publications include "The Death of Christian Britain" (Routledge 2001) which controversially used postmodern theory to argue that Christian culture is dead in Britain, killed by cultural change from the 1960s.

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