Art, Personal, World, and National History Comparison Essay by The Research Group

Art, Personal, World, and National History
This paper compares the different ways in which histories are portrayed by South African, American and Czech sources.
# 74545 | 1,350 words | 13 sources | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Art (History) , History (General)

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In this article, the writer offers a comparison of how South African, American, and Czech sources portray national history, art history, world history and personal history. The writer examines a selection of texts to identify to what extent each amplifies linkages between world history, natural history, art history and personal history.

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"History as a record of events and dates can be a dull affair because it does not necessarily capture the dynamics of personal or even state actions as they were experienced by the people involved. Yet people are what make history and what made up the culture or cultures in which events and actions unfolded. Professional historians, if they are skilled enough, can make an account of an era or a significant set of events lively, but the life's blood of a culture a people a person or ... "

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