Special issue of Journal of Narrative and Life History 4:4 (1994)
[Journal of Narrative and Life History, 4:4] 1994.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins
Table of Contents
Introduction: Historical RepresentationJames V. Wertsch | pp. 247–255
History—Consuming PastsStefan Tanaka | pp. 257–275
Popular Culture, Curriculum, and Historical Representation: The Situation of Native Americans in American History and the Perpetuation of StereotypesJohn S. Wills | pp. 277–294
Multivoicedness in Historical Representation: American College Students' Accounts of the Origins of the United StatesJames V. Wertsch & Kevin O'Connor | pp. 295–309
Official and Unofficial Histories: The Case of EstoniaPeeter Tulviste & James V. Wertsch | pp. 311–329
"Thunder Is When the Angels Are Upstairs Bowling": Narratives and Explanations at the Dinner TableDiane E. Beals & Catherine E. Snow | pp. 331–352
Case Studies of Exceptional People: What Can They Teach Us?Anne Colby | pp. 353–365
BOOK REVIEWMasahiko Minami | pp. 367–374
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