Obsession Der Gegenwart: Zeit Im 20. Jahrhundert

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Geppert, Alexander C.T. und Till Kössler:
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Description du livre Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 28.10.2015., 2015. Paperback. État : Neu. 287 S. Time is an obsession of the present, yet current debates seem largely unaware of its historical formation throughout the twentieth century. Given a century characterized by frequent ruptures and supersessions of competing temporal regimes, it is remarkable that time has not played a more central role in its historicisation, neither as analytical category nor thematic research subject. The nine articles in this special issue, set in Germany, England, Spain and Japan, pursue both perspectives. On the one hand they examine the conceptual role, function and importance of ›time†in and for the writing of history; on the other they analyse changing régimes d'historicité and the transformation of time practices empirically. Criticising established standard narratives of a global ›standardization†of time or its relentless ›acceleration†, this volume rather emphasizes the pluritemporality of the twentieth century and foregrounds the historical preconditions of our digitally-driven present-day simultaneities. Thus, it explores the possibilities of the historicisation of ›time†as a fundamental category for thinking the twentieth century and offers a building block for a new ›time-history†. ISBN 9783525364253 Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 550. N° de réf. du libraire 189450

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Description du livre Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Gm Nov 2015, 2015. Taschenbuch. État : Neu. 231x157x22 mm. Neuware - Time is an obsession of the present, yet current debates seem largely unaware of its historical formation throughout the twentieth century. Given a century characterized by frequent ruptures and supersessions of competing temporal regimes, it is remarkable that time has not played a more central role in its historicisation, neither as analytical category nor thematic research subject. The nine articles in this special issue, set in Germany, England, Spain and Japan, pursue both perspectives. On the one hand they examine the conceptual role, function and importance of 'time' in and for the writing of history; on the other they analyse changing régimes d'historicité and the transformation of time practices empirically. Criticising established standard narratives of a global 'standardization' of time or its relentless 'acceleration', this volume rather emphasizes the pluritemporality of the twentieth century and foregrounds the historical preconditions of our digitally-driven present-day simultaneities. Thus, it explores the possibilities of the historicisation of 'time' as a fundamental category for thinking the twentieth century and offers a building block for a new 'time-history'. 287 pp. Deutsch. N° de réf. du libraire 9783525364253

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Description du livre Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Gm Nov 2015, 2015. Taschenbuch. État : Neu. 231x157x22 mm. Neuware - Time is an obsession of the present, yet current debates seem largely unaware of its historical formation throughout the twentieth century. Given a century characterized by frequent ruptures and supersessions of competing temporal regimes, it is remarkable that time has not played a more central role in its historicisation, neither as analytical category nor thematic research subject. The nine articles in this special issue, set in Germany, England, Spain and Japan, pursue both perspectives. On the one hand they examine the conceptual role, function and importance of 'time' in and for the writing of history; on the other they analyse changing régimes d'historicité and the transformation of time practices empirically. Criticising established standard narratives of a global 'standardization' of time or its relentless 'acceleration', this volume rather emphasizes the pluritemporality of the twentieth century and foregrounds the historical preconditions of our digitally-driven present-day simultaneities. Thus, it explores the possibilities of the historicisation of 'time' as a fundamental category for thinking the twentieth century and offers a building block for a new 'time-history'. 287 pp. Deutsch. N° de réf. du libraire 9783525364253

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Description du livre Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Gm Nov 2015, 2015. Taschenbuch. État : Neu. 231x157x22 mm. Neuware - Time is an obsession of the present, yet current debates seem largely unaware of its historical formation throughout the twentieth century. Given a century characterized by frequent ruptures and supersessions of competing temporal regimes, it is remarkable that time has not played a more central role in its historicisation, neither as analytical category nor thematic research subject. The nine articles in this special issue, set in Germany, England, Spain and Japan, pursue both perspectives. On the one hand they examine the conceptual role, function and importance of 'time' in and for the writing of history; on the other they analyse changing régimes d'historicité and the transformation of time practices empirically. Criticising established standard narratives of a global 'standardization' of time or its relentless 'acceleration', this volume rather emphasizes the pluritemporality of the twentieth century and foregrounds the historical preconditions of our digitally-driven present-day simultaneities. Thus, it explores the possibilities of the historicisation of 'time' as a fundamental category for thinking the twentieth century and offers a building block for a new 'time-history'. 287 pp. Deutsch. N° de réf. du libraire 9783525364253

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Edité par Vandenhoeck Ruprecht, Germany (2015)
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Description du livre Vandenhoeck Ruprecht, Germany, 2015. Paperback. État : New. 231 x 157 mm. Language: German . Brand New Book. English summary: Time is an obsession of the present, yet current debates seem largely unaware of its historical formation throughout the twentieth century. Given a century characterized by frequent ruptures and supersessions of competing temporal regimes, it is remarkable that time has not played a more central role in its historicisation, neither as analytical category nor thematic research subject. The nine articles in this special issue, set in Germany, England, Spain and Japan, pursue both perspectives. On the one hand they examine the conceptual role, function and importance of time in and for the writing of history; on the other they analyse changing regimes d historicite and the transformation of time practices empirically. Criticising established standard narratives of a global standardization of time or its relentless acceleration, this volume rather emphasizes the pluritemporality of the twentieth century and foregrounds the historical preconditions of our digitally-driven present-day simultaneities. Thus, it explores the possibilities of the historicisation of time as a fundamental category for thinking the twentieth century and offers a building block for a new time-history. German description: Zeit ist eine Obsession der Gegenwart, fur deren Vorgeschichte sich die Geschichtswissenschaft erst in jungster Zeit zu interessieren beginnt. Die neun Beitrage dieses Sonderheftes kombinieren zwei komplementare Perspektiven zur Historisierung der Zeit des 20. Jahrhunderts: Einmal untersuchen sie anhand historischer Fallstudien aus Deutschland, England, Spanien und Japan das konzeptionelle Nachdenken uber Funktion, Rolle und Bedeutung von Zeit in einer Ara neuen Zeitwissens, massiver Zeitbruche und einander schnell ablosender Zeitregime. Zum anderen analysieren sie Genese und Wandel von Zeitwissen, Zeitpraktiken und Zeitordnungen im Kontext politischer und sozialer Machtbeziehungen. Durchgangig betonen die Beitrage die Pluritemporalitat des 20. Jahrhunderts, fragen nach den historischen Entstehungsbedingungen der digital generierten Gleichzeitigkeiten unserer Gegenwart und unterziehen populare Deutungsmuster wie dasjenige einer weltweiten Standardisierung von Zeit oder ihrer unaufhaltsamen Beschleunigung einer kritischen Uberprufung. Das Sonderheft lotet die Moglichkeiten und Grenzen der Historisierung von Zeit im vergangenen Jahrhundert als grundlegender Kategorie historischen Denkens aus und versteht sich als Baustein einer neuen Zeit-Geschichte. N° de réf. du libraire LIB9783525364253

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Alexander C. T. Geppert
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Description du livre Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Gm Nov 2015, 2015. Taschenbuch. État : Neu. 231x157x22 mm. Neuware - Time is an obsession of the present, yet current debates seem largely unaware of its historical formation throughout the twentieth century. Given a century characterized by frequent ruptures and supersessions of competing temporal regimes, it is remarkable that time has not played a more central role in its historicisation, neither as analytical category nor thematic research subject. The nine articles in this special issue, set in Germany, England, Spain and Japan, pursue both perspectives. On the one hand they examine the conceptual role, function and importance of 'time' in and for the writing of history; on the other they analyse changing régimes d'historicité and the transformation of time practices empirically. Criticising established standard narratives of a global 'standardization' of time or its relentless 'acceleration', this volume rather emphasizes the pluritemporality of the twentieth century and foregrounds the historical preconditions of our digitally-driven present-day simultaneities. Thus, it explores the possibilities of the historicisation of 'time' as a fundamental category for thinking the twentieth century and offers a building block for a new 'time-history'. 287 pp. Deutsch. N° de réf. du libraire 9783525364253

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