B  I  O  G  R  A  P  H  Y    &    H  I  S  T  O  R  Y
A Select Bibliography - Dr Robert A. Hatch

Aaron, Daniel, ed. Studies in Biography. Cambridge, MA: 1978. 

Allport, Gordon W. The Use of Personal Documents in Psychological Science. New York: Social Science Research Council, 1942. 

Anderson, James William. 'The Methodology of Psychological Biography.' Journal of Interdisciplinary History 2 (Winter 1981): 455-75. 

Anderson, Terry H. 'Becoming Sane with Psychobiography.' The Historian 41 (1978): 1-20. 

Asquith, Herbert. 'Biography.' Occasional Addresses, 1893-1916. London: 1918. 29-56. 

Barzun, Jacques. Clio and the Doctors: Psycho-History, Quanto-History & History. Chicago: 1974. 

Biography. A quarterly published in Honolulu by the University Press of Hawaii for the Biographical Research Center. 

Bowen, Catherine Drinker. Adventures of a Biographer. Boston: Little, Brown, 1959. 

Butler, Lord. The Difficult Art of Autobiography. The Romanes Lecture Delivered in the Sheldonian Theatre 22 Nov. 1967. Oxford at the Clarendon Press, 1968. 

Clarke Gerald. 'Biography Comes of Age.' Time (July 2, 1979). 

Clifford, James L. Biography as an Art. New York: 1962. 

Cockshut, A.O.J. The Art of Autobiography in 19th and 20th Century England. New Haven: Yale UP, 1985. 

Dollard, John and O.H. Mowrer. 'A Method of Measuring Tension in Personal Documents.' Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology 42 (1947): 3-32. 

Dooley, Lucille. 'Psychoanalytic Studies of Genius.' American Journal of Psychology 27 (1916): 263-416. Summaries of several early psychobiographies. 

Dunn, Waldo H. English Biography. London: 1916. 

Edel, Leon. The Age of the Archive. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan UP, 1966. 

-----.   Literary Biography. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1959. 

-----.   Writing Lives. New York: Norton, 1984, 1959. 

Edmonds, Anthony. 'Men and Myth: The Biographical Subject as Cultural Symbol.' Conspectus of History I (1974). 

Erikson, Erik H. Life and History and Historical Moment. New York: 1975. 

-----.   'The Nature of Clinical Evidence.' Evidence and Inference. Ed. Daniel Lerner. New York: 1959. 

Garraty, John Arthur. The Nature of Biography. New York: 1957. 

Gittings, Robert. The Nature of Biography. Seattle: 1978. 

Gosse, Edmund. 'Biography.' Encyclopedia Britannica. 11th ed. 

Handlin, Oscar. Truth in History. New York: 1979. 

Hankins, Thomas L. 'In Defence of Biography: The Use of Biography in the History of Science.' History of Science 17 (1979): 1-16. 

Hook, Sidney. The Hero in History. Boston: Beacon, 1943, 1935. 

Hunt, David. Parents and children in History: The Psychology of Family Life in Early Modern France

Johnston, James C. Biography: The Literature of Personality. New York: 1927. Reprint, 1977. 

Kendall, Paul Murray. The Art of Biography. New York: Crown, 1978. 

Langer, William L. 'The Next Assignment.' American Historical Review 68 (1958). 

Lee, Sidney. 'Principles of Biography.' Elizabethan and Other Essays. Oxford: 1927. 31-57. 

-----.   'The Perspectives of Biography.' Elizabethan and Other Essays. Oxford: 1929. 58-82. 

Lifton, Robert Jay, ed. Explorations in Psychohistory. New York: 1974. 

Loewenberg, Peter. 'Psychohistory.' The Past Before Us: Contemporary Historical Writing in the United States. Ed. Michael Kammen. New York: 1980. 

Lomask, Milton. The Biographer's Craft: [Practical Advice on Gathering, Writing, Shaping and Polishing Biographical Material]. New York: 1986. 

Mallon, Thomas. A Book of One's Own: People and Their Diaries. New York: Tichnor & Fields, 1984. 

Malone, Dumas. 'Biography and History.' The Interpretation of History. Ed. J.R. Strayer. Princeton: 1943. 121-148. 

Manuel, Frank E. 'The Use and Abuse of Psychology in History.' Historical Studies Today. Ed. Felix Gilbert and Stephen R. Graubard. 1972. 

Maurois, André. Aspects of Biography. Trans. Sydney C. Roberts. New York: 1929. 

Meyerhoff, Hans. 'On Psychoanalysis and History.' Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytical Review 49 (1962). 

Mullett, Charles F. 'Biography as History: Men and Movements in Europe since 1500.' AHA Publication 49, reprint 1967. 

Nadel, Ira Bruce. Biography: Fiction, Fact and Form. New York: 1984. 

Nevins, Allan. 'The Biographer and the Historian.' The Humanities for Our Times. Intro. L.R. Lind. Lawrence, KS: 1949. 

-----.   'Biography and History.' Gateway to History. Chap 12. New York: 1938. 

New Directions in Biography. Essays by Phyllis Auty, Leon Edel, Michael Holroyd, Noel C. Manganyi, Gabriele Merle, Margo Peters, and Shouchi Saeki. Ed. Anthony M. Friedson. Honolulu: Published for the Biographical Research Center by the University Press of Hawaii, 1979. 

Nicolson, Harold. The Development of English Biography. London: 1928. 

Olney, James, ed. Autobiography: Essays Theoretical and Critical. Princeton: 1980. 

Pachter, Marc, ed. Telling Lives: The Biographer's Art. Philadelphia: 1979. 

Runyan, William McKinley. Life Histories and Psychobiography: Explorations in Theory and Method. New York: Oxford UP, 1982. 

-----.   'Why Did Van Gogh Cut Off His Ear? The Problem of Alternative Explanations in Psychobiography.' Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 40 (1981): 1070-77. 

Smith, Bradford. 'Biographers' Creed.' William & Mary Quarterly 3rd series, no. 10 (1953): 180-85. 

Stephen, Leslie. 'National Biography.' Studies of a Biographer. London: 1907. 

Tolles, Frederick B. 'The Biographer's Craft.' South Atlantic Quarterly 53 (1954): 508-20. 

Tuchman, Barbara W. Practicing History. New York: Knopf, 1981. 

Winks, Robin, ed. The Historian as Detective: Essays on Evidence. New York: Harper & Row, 1968. 

Winslow, Donald J. Life-Writing. Honolulu: Published for the Biographical Research Center by the University Press of Hawaii, 1980. 

Wolff, Geoffrey. Black Sun. New York: Random House, 1974. 

Wolman, Benjamin B., ed. The Psychoanalytic Interpretation of History. New York: 1971. 

Woolf, Virginia. 'The Art of Biography.' The Atlantic Monthly 163 (1939): 506-10. 

-----.   Granite and Rainbow. Part II: 'The Art of Biography.' New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1958.