Hopefully the responses, better ones than I could hope to give, are helpful to you. I didn't find anything, so my apologies if it has been asked before. And by "well sourced, factual account" I assume you're talking about a secondary source not a primary source? This one is pretty straightforward.
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It's published by an academic press, but as the author bio says, the author is a professor of journalism and telecommunications, and has a PhD in political science and a J. It's published by an academic press, and, within the acknowledgements section, we can see that the authors sent drafts to noted academics in the field they are writing about. So for this reason, there are definitely works that address grand narratives that many historians find utterly crucial to the practice of history, but they serve a completely different purpose than the ones that are more popularly talked about.
I am curious about how a professional approaches a topic or field differently from an amateur. I've heard many times that no historian is truly free of bias, so how does a professional historian do their what is a amateur historian with that in mind? Serious On-Topic Comments Only: The work of putting together a dissertation and then later a book nowadays pretty much demands abandoning a "long duree" another word for your 'grand history' approach to a particular subject.
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