Historias conectadas: notas para una reconfiguración de Eurasia en la modernidad temprana

Autores/as

  • Sanjay Subrahmanyam Universidad de California, Los Ángeles, Estados Unidos

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.35305/prohistoria.vi.1079

Palabras clave:

historias conectadas, modernidad, Eurasia, circulación de ideas

Resumen

Se presenta una traducción del seminal artículo de Sanjay Subrahmanyam. En 1997, el historiador del sudeste asiático sintetizaba su propuesta metodológica para el abordaje de los albores de la modernidad y de sus profundas transformaciones culturales. Se trata de las “historias conectadas”, una perspectiva superadora del análisis comparativo y de su tendencia a reproducir recortes geográficos apriorísticos y anclados habitualmente en los marcos del Estado-nación moderno. Las historias conectadas reconocen los puntos de contacto –epicentros históricos– donde se produjeron diálogos e intercambios entre unidades políticas y culturales, cuya influencia reverberó a nivel local, regional y global.

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2020-06-01

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Subrahmanyam, S. . (2020). Historias conectadas: notas para una reconfiguración de Eurasia en la modernidad temprana. Prohistoria. Historia, políticas De La Historia, 5-35. https://doi.org/10.35305/prohistoria.vi.1079

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