The Teacher, Like the Historian,… (Landscape of History Series #2)

In chapter 2 of his book, The Landscape of History, John Lewis Gaddis addresses the topic of time and space. Gaddis argues that historians have “the capacity for selectivity, simultaneity, and the shifting of scale: they can select from a cacophony of events what they think is really important; they can be in several times and places at once; and they can zoom in and … Continue reading The Teacher, Like the Historian,… (Landscape of History Series #2)