A Historiographical Inquiry Into The Theoretical And Methodological Implications Of Borders In The Studies Of Great Epidemics
This book analyses a variety of aspects within the scholarly history writing on the three big epidemics of modern times. Among them are: Their preferred units of space; political geographical, social or cultural; their preferred points of view and selection of sources; the most significant actors, structures, events and actions that are studied, discussed and presented; how the three different epidemics are interpreted as agents of change, subject to change or changing historical objects: how the scholars select and discuss what they perceive as important social and human values within their historical material and topic of study; their preferred forms of narrative and discourse, and the scholars' open or implicit message to their readers and research communities; What the experienced historians, of cholera, tuberculosis and Spanish flu respectively, explicitly state as important virtues in historical research and present as historical "lessons" to be learned from their studies; about history and about the historian's craft.
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Cosmopolitanism, which involves openness to diversity and difference in the world, is more widely embedded in educational discourses about the contemporary state in today's society. In a sense it is a reorganisation of everyday social life as a result of the greater transnational mobility of people, which in turn has created a greater diversity in our society. It essentially revolves around care for other cultures, concern for the integrity of cultures in a diverse society and particularly in education it calls for self-reflection with respect to both our own cultural context and other cultural values. This book illustrates how education works without borders in a cosmopolitan society.
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