These are the Guiding Questions to keep in mind as you read Rolph-Trouillot:
- What is the distinction between positivist and constructivist history?
- What is the difference between What Happened and What is Said to have happened, according to Rolph-Trouillot? Why does this distinction matter?
- According to Trouillot, how are the process of arranging and telling History intricately connected to the workings of power? How does the process of telling history connect the past to the present?
- What does Trouillot say about silences in the process of history production?
- What does he say about the cabinet model of history? What are the drawbacks of this model of history?
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