Written histories that focus on the development of ideas
Written histories that focus on everyday life experiences of various groups in the past
Any part of history that was not recorded or that is missing. Not everything that happened in the past is accessible to us today because only some voices were documented and only some perspectives were recorded
Histories of individual families that are typically passed down through oral stories
A body of knowledge based on past events that influenced a country's development
Cultural Group Histories
The history of each cultural group within a nation that includes, for example, the history of where the group originated, why the people migrated, and how they came to develop and maintain their cultural traits.
the identity that is grounded in the Western tradition of scientific and political beliefs and assumptions- for example, the belief in external reality, democratic representation, liberation and independent subjects
unified history and view of mankind
A policy that segregated people racially in South Africa
the histories that are hidden from or forgotten by the mainstream representations of past events
the history of ethnic groups
the histories of non mainstream racial groups
the histories of how cultural conventions of men and women are created, maintained, and/or altered
sexual orientation histories
the historical experience of gays and lesbians.
A massive migration often caused by war, famine, or persecution that results in the dispersal of a unified group
Thehistories of the ways in which international cultural groups were createdthrough transnational migrations, slavery, religious crusades, or otherhistorical forces.
the histories that legitimate international invasions and annexations.
The notion that better communication between groups is facilitated simply by putting people together in the same place and allowing them to interact
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