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C. Volpilhac-Auger (U. Stendhal, Grenoble), " 'Mon siège est fait', ou la méthode historique de l'abbé de Vertot" (1997) (Cromohs)
Comte de Caylus, Réflexions sur les historiens anciens en général, & sur Diodore de Sicil en particulier (1761) [1757] (Cromohs)
Gabriel Bonnot de Mably, De la manière d'écrire l'histoire (1796)[1783] (Cromohs)
David L. R. Kosalka (U. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee) "Foucault's Nietzschean Historiography" (essay) (2000)
John Franklin Jameson, History of Historical Writing in America (1891) (Cromohs)
Nicolas Fréret, "Vues générales sur l'origine des anciennes nations et sur la manière d'en étudier l'histoire (1753)"  (Cromohs)
Francis Fukuyama, The End of History (reproduces the Introduction to Fukuyama's text, from the 1992 Penguin edition) (marxists.org)
Michael C. Kearl (Trinity U., Texas) "An Investigation into Collective Historical Knowledge and Implications of Its Ignorance" 
Jennifer May Lee (Stanford U.), "'It's Not the End of the World:' Agency and Identity in Historical (Con)Texts" (1996) (thesis on "changing notions of identity" in historical texts and the debate over the National History Standards in the U.S.)
David Levin, History as Romantic Art: Bancroft, Prescott, Motley, and Parkman (1959) (Matthew M. Davis, U. Virginia)
Sergio Luzzatto (U. Genova), "Un precursore della 'cultural history' nella Francia di Luigi Filippo. Augustin Challamel, storico della Rivoluzione" (1996) (in Italian) (Cromohs)
John G. A. Pocock, "Classical and Civil History: the Transformation of Humanism" (1996) (Cromohs)
Anne-Robert-Jacques Turgot, Plan de deux Discours sur l'Histoire Universelle (1751) (Cromohs)
Voltaire, "Histoire"(Encyclopédie, tome VIII, 1765) (Cromohs)
Daniel Woolf (Dalhousie U.), "Disciplinary History and Historical Culture: a Critique of the History of History; the Case of Modern England" (1997) (Cromohs)

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