AbstractAre we not experiencing a crisis of historicity that fundamentally challenges the conditions for writing history and historical experience? The changes underway in the following areas: global history, world history, connected histories, crossed histories, after and with the Subaltern and Post-colonial studies, history of sensibilities, environmental history would be in this perspective the new modalities of a historiographical regime adapted to our modernity and a way to respond to “presentism”...
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