Where do ideas fit in historical accounts that take an expansive, global view of human movements and events? Teaching intellectual history scholars to incorporate transnational perspectives into their work and also advising them on how to handle the challenges and controversies that may arise, this resource explains the concepts, practice, concerns, and promise of 'global intellectual history, ' featuring essays from leading scholars on an array of approaches taking shape across the discipline.In a widely cited essay, aThe Death of Sanskrit, a Pollock laments the loss, by the late nineteenth century, of Sanskrit as the language ... (1850a1882), the writer and publisher of aNibandhamalaa (1874), asked Pollocka#39;s question about Marathi.
|Title||:||Global Intellectual History|
|Author||:||Samuel Moyn, Andrew Sartori|
|Publisher||:||Columbia University Press - 2013-08-20|