Experiência, símbolo e comunicação: um modelo transversal para o estudo do pensamento histórico

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  • Rodrigo Escribano Roca Instituto Universitario de Investigación en Estudios Latinoamericanos, Universidad de Alcalá http://orcid.org/0000-0002-6405-7191

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15848/hh.v12i29.1335

Palavras-chave:

Historicidade, Experiência, Representação

Resumo

Neste artigo propõe-se a definição de um modelo heurístico para a análise transversal do pensamento histórico, entendido como um conjunto de práticas cognitivas e discursos públicos que dotam de sentido as relações das sociedades humanas com os tempos históricos. Parte-se da premissa de que, para entender em sua complexidade os processos intelectuais de significação dos mundos históricos, é necessário combinar em um só campo de análise os problemas concernentes à experiência, à representação, à conceitualização e à argumentação da história, assim como aquelas questões referentes a sua comunicação e seus usos sociais. Para este fim, se conceitualizarão cinco dimensões analisáveis do pensamento histórico (experiencial, representacional, teórico-argumentativa, conceitual e performativa), revisando as teorias historiográficas elaboradas sobre cada uma delas, definindo suas relações mútuas e suas especificidades e, finalmente, esboçando uma bateria de perguntas para analisá-las em conjunto.

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Biografia do Autor

Rodrigo Escribano Roca, Instituto Universitario de Investigación en Estudios Latinoamericanos, Universidad de Alcalá

Rodrigo Escribano Roca is researcher, teacher assistant and PhD student at the University Research Institute of Latin American Studies (IELAT), University of Alcalá. He has been Visiting Graduate Student in the Center of Iberian and Latin American Studies. He has been awarded “Scholarship for university staff training” (FPU) by the Ministry Education and Culture of Spain, https://portal.uah.es/portal/page/portal/epd2_profesores/prof308973. He work as contributor for the news agency Europapress, section “Notimérica” and for “Espausa”, the encyclopaedia about the Spanish presence in the USA. http://espausa.com/. He is Representative of research staff in the University Research Institute of  Latin American Studies (IELAT), University of Alcalá. His teaching commitments include 'The Image of Latin America: cinema, novel and historical narratives” (100139). He studied History at undergraduate level at University of Alcalá, Spain and at the Pontificia Universidad Católica of Chile (2010-2014), and he continued his postgraduate education at the University Research Institute of Latin American Studies (IELAT) at the University of Alcalá where he took an MA in “Latin America and the European Union. An strategic cooperation” (2014-2015).

His PhD research, “Histories of the old Empire. The early modern American world in the historical thought of Spain and Great Britain (1870-2015)”, compares the historical discourses about colonial America produced by the most important British and Spanish historians and intellectuals from the age of empires to the present times (1870-2012). Using a theoretical framework based on the new comparative and longe-durée trends in intellectual history, postcolonial theory conceptual history and history of historiography, he tries to explain the role of America and the old colonial empires in the multiple national, colonial and universal historical narratives that have been constructed in both countries during the successive junctures of the period. The research focuses on the content of the historical texts and in the long-term debate process in which the historians have given multiple meanings to the connection between the present, the past and the future of the Atlantic World. 

His research interests are focused on Intellectual History, History of Historiography, Postcolonial Theory, Atlantic History, Imperial History, Colonial History, Nationalism and comparative History. I am particularly interested in the intellectual connections and the movement of political and historical ideas across the Atlantic Ocean.

 

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ESCRIBANO ROCA, R. Experiência, símbolo e comunicação: um modelo transversal para o estudo do pensamento histórico. História da Historiografia: International Journal of Theory and History of Historiography, Ouro Preto, v. 12, n. 29, 2019. DOI: 10.15848/hh.v12i29.1335. Disponível em: https://historiadahistoriografia.com.br/revista/article/view/1335. Acesso em: 21 set. 2021.

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