Marxists and Post Revisionist historians- clashWatch
Post-Revisionist are more difficult to generalise, I think they like to attribute change to individuals and a combination of other causes. They look at things in the grand scheme of things. (im not really that sure though)
If you tell us what period you are studying, we may be able to give you some marxist and post-revisionist interpretations on certain events. For example, I can think of quite a few for the periods I am studying.
decollonisation and the british empire.
a post-revisionist historian would associate the rise of the nazis with the intimidation of opposition parties and the resolute character of Hitler. Looking at the economic problems as an aid to the Nazis rather than a direct reason for their ascention.
Personally, I find it very difficult to define post-revisionist historical veiws because it is such a generalised term whilst marxist and traditionist views are easy to spot.
order past societies by revisionist historians around the 1970s. cant find too much information on the web
much appreciated x