Keeping Time: Memory, Nostalgia, and the Art of History
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Keeping Time: Memory, Nostalgia, and the Art of History

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At once memoir and meditation, Keeping Time records one professional historian’s struggle to live in history even as he studies it, writes about it, and teaches it. Exploring the omnipresence of the past in American life today, Peter N. Carroll weaves into his autobiographical narrative a wealth of provocative observations on the practice of history, the connections betwee...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published November 1st 2010 by University of Georgia Press (first published 1990)
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