- Title Pages
- A Prefatory and Introductory Note
- 1 A Look at Terms and Issues
- 2 An Adversarial Image of Modernity
- 3 The Postmodern Moment
- 4 At the Core of the Postmodernist Challenge to History
- 5 Two Versions of the Postmodernist Future
- 6 The Project of a Postmodernist Theory of History
- 7 Postmodernism's Emergence in an Unlikely Setting
- 8 An Early Redefinition of Progress's Destination
- 9 Views with Postmodernist Affinities
- 10 The First Twentieth-Century Postmodernist: Alexandre Kojève
- 11 The Flourishing of Structural Postmodernism (1945–65)
- 12 The Fading of Structural Postmodernism and a Triumphal Exception: Francis Fukuyama
- 13 Insights and Problems
- 14 A Prelude to Poststructuralist Postmodernism
- 15 Narrativist History in the Poststructuralist Mode
- 16 In the Eye of the Storm: The Poststructuralist Postmodernist Concept of Truth
- 17 The Metanarrative Controversy
- 18 Poststructuralist Postmodernists on the Individual and the Utility of History
- 19 What Kind of Marxism in Postmodernity?
- 20 Postmodernism and Feminist History
- Part 5 Concluding Observations
- Select Bibliography
- General Works
- Publications Focusing On Structural Postmodernism
- Publications Concerning Poststructuralist Postmodernism
- Poststructuralist Postmodernism: Spur to the New and Challenge to the Established in History
- On the Future of History
- University of Chicago Press
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