Historical Revisionism in the Contemporary British Historiography

 
PIIS207987840000849-2-1
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EditionVolume 5 Issue 10 (33)
AbstractThis article regards the specific features of the perception of historical revisionism in the ideological and methodological context of the contemporary historiography. The thesis of the importance of this trend in historiography is proved by the examples of two topics in recent studies: the 18th century in England and the English Revolution of the middle of the 17th century.
Keywordshistoriography, revisionism, myth, interpretation, 18th century, monarchy, society, English Revolution
Received09.12.2014
Publication date28.12.2014
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