In the end, students are expected to be able to
• expose briefly the great thought trends that have informed and produced contemporary historiography;
• master the essential concepts and the historical vocabulary as far as historiographical theories and tendencies are concerned;
• identify the several ways of producing History, from a critical interpretation of selected documents;
• discuss the limitations and virtualities of several historiographical approaches.
BOURDÉ, Guy e MARTIN, Hervé, As Escolas Históricas. Mem-Martins: Publicações Europa-América, s.d..
CANNADINE, David (dir.), Que é a História Hoje? Lisboa: Gradiva, 2006.
CATROGA, Fernando, Memória, História e Historiografia. Coimbra: Editorial Quarteto, 2001.
EVANS, Richard J., Em Defesa da História. Lisboa: Temas e Debates, 2000.
GARDINER, Patrick, Teorias da História, 5ª ed.. Lisboa: F.C. Gulbenkian, 2004.
During the semester, will be provided further working documents.
Continuous assessment is privileged: 2 digital written documents (e-folios) during the semester (40%) and a final digital test, Global e-folio (e-folio G) at the end of the semester (60%). In due time, students can alternatively choose to perform one final exam (100%).