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FAMA Y RESERVA: NATALIE Z. DAVIS Y LA AUTOBIOGRAFÍA

James S. Amelang and M. L. Ferrandis Garrayo
Historia Social
No. 75 (2013), pp. 113-128
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23496318
Page Count: 16
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Abstract

En este texto se abarcan tres dimensiones distintas de las relaciones entre la autobiografía y los textos históricos de Natalie Z. Davis. En primer lugar se repasan los propios esfuerzos de Davis por escribir en primera persona, la mayoría de los cuales han sido entrevistas o discursos en los que se le ha invitado a reflexionar en torno a su vida y su trayectoria. A continuación se considera la forma en que su enfoque de la historia, tan personalizado, ha privilegiado durante tanto tiempo los documentos y textos personales como fuentes. Por último, concluye con un perfil de sus estudios especializados de la autobiografía, como el análisis de la autobiografía judía del cual se deriva el título del presente ensayo. This article explores three different dimensions of the relations between autobiography and the historical writing of Natalie Z. Davis. First, it reviews Davis' own efforts at first-person writing, most of which have consisted of interviews or speeches in which she has been invited to reflect upon her life and career. It then examines the way her highly personalistic approach to history has long privileged personal documents and texts as sources. Finally, it concludes with an overview of Davis' focused studies of autobiography, such as the analysis of Jewish autobiography from which the title of this essay derives.

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