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Historians on the Annales
« The single most influential school of history of our time. »
Professor Lynn Hunt, UCLA
« The journal and the individuals associated with it offer the most sustained example of fruitful interaction between history and social sciences to be found in our century. »
Professor Peter Burke, University of Cambridge
« The most influential historiographical movement internationally in the twentieth century. »
Professor Georg. G. Iggers, University of Buffalo
« The Annales is attributed the renewal and transformation of the French historical profession. »
Professor Stuart Clark, Swansea University
« By any measure, the Annales school has had an enormous influence on the historical profession. The journal Annales d’histoire économique et sociale, founded in the late 1920s, developed into a major historical movement. »
Professor Toby Burrows, King’s College London