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Course Name
Turkish Bilim Tarihi Yazıcılığı
English Historiogr.for History of Sci.
Course Code
BVT 502E Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester 1
3 3 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Tuncay Zorlu
Course Objectives 1. To introduce the stages of historiography of history of science;
2. To introduce the leading philosophical approaches to the history of science;
3. To introduce the basic concepts, methods and sources used in historiography of history of science;
4. To help the students grasp the ability to read, understand and write texts and make researches while building or assessing a text related to history of science
Course Description This course covers Historiography and Legends; Greco-Roman Historiography; Religions’ Approaches to History; Historical Writing in Enlightenment; Beginning of a Scientific Historiography (19.yy) (Ranke, Langlois, Seignobos); Annales School; Post-Modern Historiography; General History Approaches (Teological, Psitivist, Romantic, Pragmatic, Idealist, Marxist, Constructivist, Frankfurt School, Dependency, Subaltern Approaches); Basic Concepts in Historiography; Historian and Ethical Responsibility; Types and Uses of Historiacal Sources; Methods of Quatations and Reference; How to Build a Historical Text?
Course Outcomes Students who succeed in this course will improve their ability to;
1. Grasp the historical stages of the historiography of history of science;
2. Be familiarized with the leading philosophical and ideological approaches to the history of science
3. Be familiarized with the basic concepts, methods and sources used in historiography of history of science;
4. Build a new text related to the history of science or assess a present one as well as grasp an ability to read, write, understand and carry out research in the field.
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