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A '''historian''' is one who records or catalogs either past occurrences or contemporary happenings in an organized form for the sake of preserving that knowledge for the present and [[future]] generations. For a list of some famous historians, click on the category below.
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This is a guide to the world's major '''historians''' categorized by their area of study. See also [[History]] for overview of historiography
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==[[Historiography]]==
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*[[Marc Bloch]], a leader of the [[Annales School]]
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*[[Fernand Braudel]], a leader of the [[Annales School]]
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*[[Herbert Butterfield]], ''Whig Interpretation of History''  <ref>C.T. McIntire, ''Herbert Butterfield'' (2004) [https://www.amazon.com/Herbert-Butterfield-C-T-McIntire/dp/0300098073/ref=pd_bbs_sr_3?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1209949427&sr=1-3 excerpt and text search]</ref>
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*[[R. G. Collingwood]]<ref>See [https://www.amazon.com/Idea-History-Lectures-1926-1928/dp/0192853066/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1240778129&sr=8-1 ''The Idea of History: With Lectures 1926-1928'']</ref>
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*[[Geoffrey Elton]]<ref>See [https://www.amazon.com/Practice-History-Geoffrey-R-Elton/dp/0631229795/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1240778181&sr=8-5 ''The Practice of History'']</ref>
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*[[Richard J. Evans]]<ref>See []</ref>
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*[[Pieter Geyl]]<ref>Pieter Geyl, ''The Revolt of the Netherlands: 1555-1609'' (1958) [http://www.questia.com/read/98720656?title=The%20Revolt%20of%20the%20Netherlands%20(1555-1609) online edition]</ref>
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*[[J. H. Hexter]]<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Reappraisals-History-Society-Modern-Europe/dp/0226332330/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198207797&sr=1-2 See]</ref>
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*[[Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie]], a leader of the [[Annales School]]
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*[[Leopold von Ranke]], German; the leading historians of the 19th century; strong influence on German and American scholarship based on research in primary sources and telling it "as it happened"
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*[[Hayden White]] (1928- )<ref>See [https://www.amazon.com/Metahistory-Historical-Imagination-Nineteenth-Century-Europe/dp/0801817617/ref=pd_bbs_sr_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198207684&sr=1-2] and [https://www.amazon.com/Content-Form-Narrative-Historical-Representation/dp/0801841151/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198207684&sr=1-1]</ref>
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* [[Wilhelm Dilthey]]
  
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==World history==
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see [[World history]]
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*[[Francis F ukuyama]] (1952- ) ''The End of History and the Last Man'' (1992)<ref>See [https://www.amazon.com/End-History-Last-Man/dp/0743284550/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1240778458&sr=1-1 revised edition]</ref>
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*[[William H. McNeill]] (born 1917) ''The Rise of the West: A History of the Human Community'' (1965);<ref>See [https://www.amazon.com/Pursuit-Truth-Historians-Memoir/dp/0813123453/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1240778358&sr=1-4 McNeill, ''The Pursuit of Truth: A Historian's Memoir'' (2005)]</ref>
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*[[Pitirim Sorokin]] (1889-1968), Russian-American macrosociology; ''Social and Cultural Dynamics'' (4 vol., 1937–41)<ref>B. V. Johnston, ''Pitirim A. Sorokin an Intelellectual Biography'' (1995)</ref>
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*[[Oswald Spengler]], German;  ''Decline of the West'' (1918–22)
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*[[Arnold J. Toynbee]], British; ''A Study of History'' (1934–61)<ref>William H. McNeill, ''Arnold J. Toynbee: A Life'' (1990)</ref>
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*[[Eric Voegelin]] (1901 – 1985) ''Order and History'' (1956-85)<ref>Jeffrey C. Herndon, ''Eric Voegelin and the Problem of Christian Political Order'' (2007) [https://www.amazon.com/Voegelin-Christian-Political-Institute-Philosophy/dp/0826217370/ref=pd_bbs_sr_11?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1209948913&sr=8-11 excerpt and text search]</ref>
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*[[Immanuel Wallerstein]], world systems; leftist but not Marxist
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==[[Ancient history]]==
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* see also [[Ancient Rome]]
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*[[Thucydides]]
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*[[Xenophon]]
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*[[Herodotus]]
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*[[Josephus]]
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*[[Livy]]
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*[[Julius Caesar]]
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*[[Suetonius]]
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*[[Tacitus]]
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*[[Edward Gibbon]] (1737-1794) - Roman Empire
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*[[Michael Grant]] Greece and Rome<ref>see [https://www.amazon.com/World-Rome-Michael-Grant/dp/0452008492/ref=sr_1_12?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198149612&sr=1-12 excerpt and text search]</ref>
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*[[Peter Green]] (1924-  )- Ancient Greece<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Ancient-Greece-Illustrated-National-Histories/dp/0500271615/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198206137&sr=1-2 See]</ref>
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*[[Barbara Levick]] (1932- ) Roman emperors <ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Claudius-Barbara-Levick/dp/0300058314/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198206232&sr=1-6 See]</ref>
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*[[Barthold Georg Niebuhr]] (1776–1831) - Rome
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*[[M. I. Rostovtzeff]] (1870-1952) <ref>[http://members.tripod.com/~Kekrops/Hellenistic_Files/Rostovtzeff.html See]</ref>
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*[[Howard H. Scullard]] (1903-1983) - Rome <ref>see [http://www.questia.com/PM.qst?a=o&d=88132230 online edition]</ref>
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*[[Ronald Syme]] (1903 - 1989) Rome<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Roman-Revolution-Ronald-Syme/dp/0192803204/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198206384&sr=1-1 see]</ref>
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==[[Medieval history]]==
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*[[Geoffrey of Monmouth]]
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*[[Geraldis Cambrensis]]
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*[[Placido Puccinelli]] (1609-1685), - Italy
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*[[Marc Bloch]] (1886-1944, French) France, methodology; Annales School
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*[[John Boswell]] (1947-1994) - Homosexuality
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*[[Norman Cantor]] (1930-2004), England, historiography
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*[[Georges Duby]] (1924-1996), France; Annales School
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*[[François-Louis Ganshof]] (1895-1980), Dutch
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*[[Patrick Geary]]
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*[[Johan Huizinga]] Dutch
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*[[George Sarton]], science
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*[[Jacques Le Goff]], French, Annales School
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* Rev. [[F. X. Martin]] (Irish) - Mediævalist and campaigner
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*[[Rosamond McKitterick]] - Frankish and Carolingian history
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*[[Henri Pirenne]] (1862-1935) - the "Pirenne Thesis" downplays barbarian invasions and emphasizes role of Islam<ref>Kenneth W. Frank, "Pirenne Again: A Muslim Viewpoint," ''The History Teacher,'' Vol. 26, No. 3 (May, 1993), pp. 371-383 [http://www.jstor.org/pss/494667 in JSTOR]
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*[[Eileen Power]]
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*[[Miri Rubin]] -  religion
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*[[Stephen Runciman]] (1903&ndash;2000) - the Crusades
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*[[Richard Southern]] (1912-2001), religion
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*[[Sidney Painter]]
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*[[John Julius Norwich]]
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==Modern history==
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===[[History of Canada|Canada]]===
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*[[Francis Parkman]] - French colonial; French and Indian War
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*[[Donald Creighton]] - Developed the [[Laurentian thesis]]
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*[[Lionel Groulx]] (1878-1967) - history of [[Quebec]]
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*[[Harold Innis]] - Economic history
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*[[Jack Granatstein]] - Political and military
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*[[W.L. Morton]] - Manitoba
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===[[Caribbean]]===
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*[[Eric Williams]] (1911-1981) - slavery
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===[[U.S., History ]]===
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*[[Stephen Ambrose]] (1936-2002) - Biographer of Eisenhower, Nixon; military history
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*[[Thomas A. Bailey]], diplomatic
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*[[Bernard Bailyn]], Revolution, colonial
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*[[Jared Sparks]], [[Founding Fathers]]
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*[[George Bancroft]] (1800-1891) - colonial and Revolution
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*[[Charles A. Beard]] (1874-1948) - economic interpretation <ref>Beard had two highly influential books, ''Economic Interpretation of the Constitution'' (1913), and "Rise of American Civilization'' (1927, with Mary Beard); see Kent Blaser, "The Rise of American Civilization and the Contemporary Crisis in American Historiography," ''The History Teacher,'' Vol. 26, No. 1 (Nov., 1992), pp. 71-90 [http://www.jstor.org/pss/494087 in JSTOR]</ref>
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*[[H.W. Brands]], biography, business<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=sr_adv_b/?search-alias=stripbooks&unfiltered=1&field-keywords=&field-author=brands+H.W.&field-title=&field-isbn=&field-publisher=&node=&url=&field-feature_browse-bin=&field-binding_browse-bin=&field-subject=&field-language=&field-dateop=&field-datemod=&field-dateyear=&sort=relevancerank&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.x=0&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.y=0 his books]</ref>
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*[[Alan Brinkley]] - 1930s, conservatism
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*[[William Cronon]] - environmental history
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*[[John Hope Franklin]] - African Americans; liberal
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*[[Milton Friedman]], monetary history; leading conservative
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*[[John A. Garraty]], biography, Progressive era; textbooks<ref>See [https://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=sr_adv_b/?search-alias=stripbooks&unfiltered=1&field-keywords=&field-author=John+A.+Garraty&field-title=&field-isbn=&field-publisher=&node=&url=&field-feature_browse-bin=&field-binding_browse-bin=&field-subject=&field-language=&field-dateop=&field-datemod=&field-dateyear=&sort=relevancerank&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.x=0&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.y=0 his books]</ref>
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* [[Elizabeth Fox Genovese]], slavery, women; formerly a Marxist, but became a leading conservative
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* [[Eugene Genovese]], slavery, South; formerly a Marxist, but now a leading conservative<ref>see [https://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=sr_adv_b/?search-alias=stripbooks&unfiltered=1&field-keywords=&field-author=Eugene+Genovese&field-title=&field-isbn=&field-publisher=&node=&url=&field-feature_browse-bin=&field-binding_browse-bin=&field-subject=&field-language=&field-dateop=&field-datemod=&field-dateyear=&sort=relevancerank&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.x=0&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.y=0 his books]</ref>
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* [[Richard Hildreth]], politics to 1840; conservative
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*[[Richard Hofstadter]] (1916-1970) - Progressivism, politics, historiography
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* [[Russell Kirk]], conservative ideas
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* [[Arthur S. Link]], Woodrow Wilson
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* [[Seymour Martin Lipset]], political sociology of movements
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*[[David McCullough]] (1933- ) -  popular biographies of Harry Truman, Teddy Roosevelt, John Adams
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*[[Forrest McDonald]], political history, presidents; a leading conservative<ref>See [https://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=sr_adv_b/?search-alias=stripbooks&unfiltered=1&field-keywords=&field-author=Forrest+McDonald&field-title=&field-isbn=&field-publisher=&node=&url=&field-feature_browse-bin=&field-binding_browse-bin=&field-subject=&field-language=&field-dateop=&field-datemod=&field-dateyear=&sort=relevancerank&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.x=0&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.y=0 his books]</ref>
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*[[Edmund Morgan]], colonial and Revolution
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*[[David Nasaw]] - biography
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*[[Frank Lawrence Owsley]], antebellum South
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*[[Francis Parkman]] - French and Indian War; Canada
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*[[Vernon L. Parrington]], history of ideas and literature; leading liberal
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*[[Ulrich B. Phillips]], slavery, South' leading conservative
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*[[David M. Potter]], coming of Civil War
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*[[Theodore Roosevelt]], West, War of 1812
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*[[Arthur Schlesinger Sr.]], social history
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*[[Arthur Schlesinger Jr.]], political history, biography; leading liberal
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*[[Frederick Jackson Turner]] (1861-1932) - [[Frontier Thesis]] and sectionalism thesis
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*[[Frank Vandiver]], military
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*[[C. Vann Woodward]] (1908-1999) - South after 1877
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*[[Howard Zinn]] (1922- ) - Left
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*[[William Cooper Nell]], Abolitionist, ''[[The Colored Patriots of the American Revolution]]''
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*[[Henry Lee III]]
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*[[John Daly Burk]]
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*[[David Ramsay]]
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====Civil War and Reconstruction====
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*[[Bruce Catton]] - combat
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*[[David Herbert Donald]], politics
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*[[Shelby Foote]] - (1916-2005) battles
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====[[Neoabolitionist]]====
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*[[George Washington Williams]]
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*[[W.E.B. DuBois]]
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*[[Herbert Aptheker]]
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*[[Philip Foner]]
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*[[Dwight Dumond]]
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*[[David W, Blight]]
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*[[Martin Duberman]]
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*[[Paul Finkelman]]
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*[[Eric Foner]]
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*[[John Hope Franklin]]
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*[[Lawrence Levine]]
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*[[Leon Litwack]]
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*[[William S. McFeely]]
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*[[James M. McPherson]]
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*[[Gary Nash]]
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*[[Leonard Richards]]
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*[[Kenneth Stampp]]
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*[[Howard Zinn]]
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=====[[Dunning School]]=====
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*[[E. Merton Coulter]]
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*[[William Archibald Dunning]]
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*[[Walter Lynwood Fleming]]
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*[[Charles W. Ramsdell]]
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==Latin America==
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===[[Brazil]]===
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*[[Sergio Buarque de Holanda]]
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*[[Gilberto Freyre]]
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*[[Caio Prado]]
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*[[Fernando Novais]] - the crisis of colonial system
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==Europe==
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*[[Norman Davies]]
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*[[Elizabeth Eisenstein]], printing
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*[[John Lukacs]], Cold War
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*[[Henri-Jean Martin]], early printing and writing
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*[[Robert Roswell Palmer]], French Revolution
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*[[J. Salwyn Schapiro]]
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*[[Norman Stone]], World War I
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*[[Gordon Wright]], World War II
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===[[History of Belgium|Belgium]]===
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* [[Henri Pirenne]] (1862-1935)<ref>F. M. Powicke, "Henri Pirenne," ''The English Historical Review,'' Vol. 51, No. 201 (Jan., 1936), pp. 79-89  [http://www.jstor.org/pss/552764 in JSTOR]</ref>
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===[[Britain]]===
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* Venerable [[Bede]] (672 &ndash; 735)
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*[[Geoffrey of Monmouth]] (died circa 1154)
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*[[Angus Calder]] - World War II.
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*[[Maurice Cowling]] - political history.
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*[[Eamon Duffy]] - 15th-17th century religious history
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*[[Geoffrey Rudolph Elton]] - Tudor period
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*[[Antonia Fraser]] - 17th century
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*[[James Anthony Froude]], (1818-1894)<ref>James Anthony. Froude, ''History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Defeat of the Spanish Armada'' (1856) 10 vol [https://books.google.com/books?id=zEs2AAAAMAAJ&dq=inauthor:froude&lr=&num=30&as_brr=1&source=gbs_summary_s&cad=0 complete text online]</ref>
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*[[J. H. Hexter]] - Revolution; methodology
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*[[Gertrude Himmelfarb]] - Victorian social and cultural history.
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*[[Christopher Hill]] (1912-2003) - Revolution
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*[[David Hume]] (1711-1776)<ref>David Hume, '' The History of England: From the Invasion of Julius Cæsar to the Abdication of James II, 1688'' (6 vols, 1754-1762). [https://books.google.com/books?id=vE4NAAAAIAAJ&printsec=frontcover&dq=intitle:history+inauthor:david+inauthor:hume&lr=&num=30&as_brr=1 online edition]</ref>
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* [[John Lingard]]<ref>John Lingard, ''The History of England,'' (1850), [https://books.google.com/books?id=jp4gAAAAMAAJ&printsec=frontcover&dq=inauthor:john+inauthor:lingard&lr=&num=30&as_brr=1  online edition]</ref>
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*[[John Edward Lloyd]] (1861-1947) - Early Welsh history
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*[[Lewis Namier]] (1888-1960)- 18c politics, 20c diplomacy, prospography<ref>See Linda Colley, ''Lewis Namier'' (1989).</ref>
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*[[Samuel Rawson Gardiner]] (1929-1902) -- Civil War<ref>See J. S. A. Adamson, "Eminent Victorians: S. R. Gardiner and the Liberal as Hero." ''Historical Journal'' 1990 33(3): 641-657. [http://www.jstor.org/stable/2639735  in Jstor]</ref>
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*[[Andrew Roberts]] (1963- ), political and military
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*[[A. L. Rowse]] (1903-1997) Elizabethan
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*[[John Robert Seeley]] (1834-1895)
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*[[David Starkey]] (born 1945) - Tudor
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*[[E. P. Thompson]], (1924-1993), working class
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*[[Lawrence Stone]], family, Revolution
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*[[George Macaulay Trevelyan]] (1876&ndash;1962), 17th-18th centuries;
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*[[Hugh Trevor-Roper]],  17th century
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*[[C. V. Wedgwood]] (1910-1997), Glorious Revolution
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====[[Ireland, history]]====
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*[[R. F. Foster]]<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Modern-Ireland-1600-1972-Penguin-history/dp/0140132503/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198042412&sr=1-7 see]</ref>
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===Czech historians===
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*Bohuslav Balbín (1621–88)
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*Gelasius Dibner (1719-1790)
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*Josef Dobrofský (1753-1829)
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*František Palacký (1798-1876) - 5 vol history to 1526
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*Jaroslav Goll (1846-1929) - leader of scientific school
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*Václav Novotný (1869-1932) -Hussites
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*Josef Pekař (1870-1937), social and economic
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===[[History of France]]===
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*[[Voltaire]] (1694-1778)
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*[[Augustin Thierry]] (1795-1856) - Revolution
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*[[François Guizot]] (1787-1874) - Revolution; classical liberal
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*[[Jules Michelet]] (1798-1874)  - Revolution
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*[[Alexis de Tocqueville]] (1805-1859) -ancien regime; classical liberal
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*[[Gabriel Monod]] (1844 - 1912) - editor ''Revue Historique'' (1875- )
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*[[Henri Berr]] (1863-1954) -editor of ''Revue de synthèse historique'' (1900- )
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*[[Charles-Victor Langlois]] (1863-1929) - methods
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*[[Charles Seignobos]] (1854-1842) - methods
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*[[Alphone Aulard]] (1849-1928) - Revolution
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*[[Albert Mathiez]] (1874-1932) - Revolution
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*[[Georges Lefebvre]] (1874-1959) - Revolution; Marxist
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*[[Albert Soboul]] (1914-1982) - Revolution; Marxist
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*[[François Furet]] (1927- ) - Revolution; leading conservative
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====Annales School====
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*[[Marc Bloch]] (1886-1944) - Medieval
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*[[Lucien Febvre]] (1878-1956) - geography
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*[[Robert Mandrou]] (1921-1984) - psychology
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*[[Georges Duby]] (1924-1996) - Medieval
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*[[Ernest Labrousse]] (1895-1986) - quantitative
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*[[Fernand Braudel]] (1902-1985) - Mediterranean
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*[[Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie]]  peasants
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*[[Jacques Le Goff]] medieval
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*[[Pierre Goubert]] (1915- ) - 18th century
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*[[Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie]] (1929- ) - peasantry
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*[[Roland Mousnier]] - early modern
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*[[Michel Vovelle]] (1933- ) -religion
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*[[Jacques Revel]], current leader of Annales School
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====outside France====
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*[[Keith M. Baker]] - Revolution
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*[[David Chandler]] - Napoleon
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*[[Alfred Cobban]] - Revolution
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*[[Natalie Zemon Davis]] - early modern
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*[[William Doyle]] - Revolution
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*[[Alistair Horne]] - modern military
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*[[Robert R. Palmer]] - Revolution
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*[[Robert O. Paxton]] - Vichy
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*[[Eugen Weber]] - modern
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*[[John B. Wolf]] (1907–96) Louis XIV
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*[[Gordon Wright]] (1912-2000) - 20th century
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===[[History of Germany]]===
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*[[Heinrich von Treitschke]]
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====20th century scholars in Germany====
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*[[Martin Broszat]], Nazi era
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*[[Werner Conze]]
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*[[Fritz Fischer]] - World War I
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*[[Klaus Hildebrand]]
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*[[Andreas Hillgruber]]
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*[[Eberhard Jäckel]] -Nazi era
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*[[Jürgen Kocka]] - Bielefeld school; scoial history
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*[[Hartmut Kaelble]]
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*[[Friedrich Meinecke]]
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*[[Hans Mommsen]]
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*[[Wolfgang Mommsen]]
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*[[Ernst Nolte]]
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*[[Detlev Peukert]]
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*[[Gerhard Ritter]]
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*[[Oswald Spengler]] - world history
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*[[Michael Sturmer]] -20c; geography
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*[[Klemens von Klemperer]] - Nazi era
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*[[Hans-Ulrich Wehler]]  Bielefeld School; new social history; 19c
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*[[Michael Wolffsohn]]
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*[[Rainer Zitelmann]] - Nazi era
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====outside Germany====
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*[[Thomas Carlyle]] Frederick the Great<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/History-Friedrich-Prussia-called-Frederick/dp/1421272717/ref=sr_1_12?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198042492&sr=1-12 see]</ref>
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*[[Alan Bullock]] - Hitler<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Hitler-Study-Tyranny-Alan-Bullock/dp/B000H2N5W6/ref=pd_bbs_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198042584&sr=1-1 see]</ref>
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*[[Gordon A. Craig]] - Army<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Germany-1866-1945-Oxford-History-Modern/dp/0195027248/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198042651&sr=1-1 see]</ref>
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*[[Richard J. Evans]] - Nazi era<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Third-Reich-Power-Richard-Evans/dp/0143037900/ref=pd_bbs_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198042672&sr=1-1 see]</ref>
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*[[Ian Kershaw]], Hitler<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Hitler-1936-1945-Nemesis-Ian-Kershaw/dp/0393322521/ref=pd_bbs_sr_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198042694&sr=1-2 see]</ref>
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*[[Claudia Koonz]] - Women in Nazi era<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Mothers-Fatherland-Women-Family-Politics/dp/0312022565/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198042725&sr=1-1 see]</ref>
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*[[Timothy Mason]]  -Nazis<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Nazism-Fascism-Working-Class-Timothy/dp/0521437873/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198042752&sr=1-7 see]</ref>
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*[[George Mosse]]—19c-20c culture <ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Confronting-History-George-L-Mosse/dp/0299165809/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198042802&sr=1-4 see]</ref>
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*[[Steven Ozment]] Reformation <ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Mighty-Fortress-History-German-People/dp/0060934832/ref=pd_bbs_3?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198042837&sr=1-3 see]</ref>
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*[[Hans Rothfels]] - military
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*[[Fritz Stern]] - cultural<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Five-Germanys-I-Have-Known/dp/0374530866/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198042877&sr=1-1 see]</ref>
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*[[Henry Ashby Turner]] - 20c esp business<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Germany-Partition-Reunification-Revised-Germanies/dp/0300053479/ref=sr_1_16?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198042934&sr=1-16 see]</ref>
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====[[Holocaust]]====
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*[[Yehuda Bauer]]
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*[[Martin Broszat]]
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*[[Christopher Browning]]
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*[[Lucy Dawidowicz]]
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*[[Norman Finkelstein]]
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*[[Henry Friedlander]]
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*[[Saul Friedländer]]
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*[[Daniel Goldhagen]]
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*[[Raul Hilberg]]
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*[[Michael Marrus]]
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*[[Hans Mommsen]]
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*[[R. J. Rummel]]
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====[[Italy, history]]====
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*[[Renzo De Felice]] <ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Jews-Fascist-Italy-History/dp/1929631014/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1202252516&sr=8-6 See]</ref>
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====[[History of Netherlands|Netherlands]]====
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* [[Petrus Johannes Blok]], survey<ref>Petrus Johannes Blok. ''History of the People of the Netherlands''  (5 vol 1898-1912) [https://books.google.com/books?id=s8kOAAAAIAAJ&printsec=titlepage&dq=intitle:Netherlands+inauthor:blok&lr=&num=30&as_brr=0&source=gbs_summary_r&cad=0 part 1 to 1500, online from Google]; [https://books.google.com/books?id=0coOAAAAIAAJ&printsec=titlepage&dq=intitle:Netherlands+inauthor:blok&lr=&num=30&as_brr=0&source=gbs_summary_r&cad=0 part 2 to 1559. online from Google]; [https://books.google.com/books?id=NH8SAAAAYAAJ&printsec=titlepage&dq=editions:0sw5yfkxR-fObZWwVX&source=gbs_summary_r&cad=0 part 3: The War with Spain 1559-162, online from Google]; [https://books.google.com/books?id=PckOAAAAIAAJ&printsec=frontcover&dq=editions:0sw5yfkxR-fObZWwVX#PPP12,M1 part 4 on Golden Age online from Google];  [https://books.google.com/books?id=gf8bAAAAMAAJ&printsec=titlepage&dq=intitle:Netherlands+inauthor:blok&lr=&num=30&as_brr=0&source=gbs_toc_s&cad=1 online edition from Google, vol 5 on 18th and 19th century]</ref>
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* [[J. C. H. Blom]], survey<ref>J. C. H. Blom, and E. Lamberts, eds.  ''History of the Low Countries'' (2006) 504pp [https://www.amazon.com/History-Low-Countries-J-Blom/dp/1845452720/ref=pd_bbs_8?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1209443552&sr=8-8 excerpt and text search]; also [http://www.questia.com/read/1379132?title=History%20of%20the%20Low%20Countries complete edition online]</ref>
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* [[Pieter Geyl]], Dutch revolt; historiography<ref>Pieter Geyl, ''The Revolt of the Netherlands: 1555-1609'' (1958) [http://www.questia.com/read/98720656?title=The%20Revolt%20of%20the%20Netherlands%20(1555-1609) online edition]</ref>
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* [[Johan Huizinga]] (1872-1945), cultural history<ref>Peter Burke, "Historians and Their Times: Huizinga, Prophet of 'Blood and Roses.'" ''History Today'' 1986 36(Nov): 23-28. Issn: 0018-2753 Fulltext: [[EBSCO]]; William U. Bouwsma, "The ''Waning of the Middle Ages'' by Johan Huizinga." ''Daedalus'' 1974 103(1): 35-43. Issn: 0011-5266; R. L. Colie, "Johan Huizinga and the Task of Cultural History." ''American Historical Review'' 1964 69(3): 607-630 [http://www.jstor.org/pss/1845780 in JSTOR]; Robert Anchor, "History and Play: Johan Huizinga and His Critics," ''History and Theory, Vol. 17, No. 1 (Feb., 1978), pp. 63-93 [http://www.jstor.org/pss/2504901 in JSTOR]</ref>
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* [[Jonathan Israel]], Dutch Republic<ref>Jonathan Israel, ''The Dutch Republic: Its Rise, Greatness, and Fall, 1477-1806'' (1995) [http://www.questia.com/read/91981119?title=The%20Dutch%20Republic%3a%20Its%20Rise%2c%20Greatness%2c%20and%20Fall%2c%201477-1806 complete online edition]; also [https://www.amazon.com/Dutch-Republic-Greatness-1477-1806-History/dp/0198207344/ref=pd_bbs_sr_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1209443552&sr=8-2 excerpt and text search]</ref>
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* [[Louis De Jong]], World War II<ref>J. C. H. Blom, "Ludovico Locuto, Porta Aperta: Enige Notities over Deel XII En XIII Van L. De Jongs Koninkrijk Der Nederlanden in De Tweede Wereldoorlog." [After Louis Spoke, Everything Was Clear: Some Notes on Volumes 12 and 13 of Louis De Jong's Kingdom of the Netherlands in World War Ii]. ''Bijdragen En Mededelingen Betreffende De Geschiedenis Der Nederlanden'' 1990 105(2): 244-264. Issn: 0165-0505 review of a great masterpiece.</ref>
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* [[John Lothrop Motley]], American historian of the Dutch Revolt<ref>John Lothrop Motley, ''The Rise of the Dutch Republic, 1555-84'' (2 vol. 1856)
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[https://www.gutenberg.org/files/4836/4836.txt Gutenberg editions online] and ''History of the United Netherlands, 1584-1609'' (4 vol., 1860–67) [https://www.gutenberg.org/files/4885/4885.txt Gutenberg editions online] For a criticism of Motler see Robert Wheaton, "Motley and the Dutch Historians." ''New England Quarterly'' 1962 35(3): 318-336. [http://www.jstor.org/stable/363823  in Jstor]</ref>
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* [[Jan Romein]], (1893-1962), theoretical and world history<ref>A. C. Otto, "Theorie En Praktijk in De Theoretische Geschiedenis Van Jan Romein" [Theory and Practice in the "Theoretical History" of Jan Romein]. ''Theoretische Geschiedenis'' 1994 21(3): 257-270. Issn: 0167-8310</ref>
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* [[Jan de Vries]], economic history<ref>See Arthur van Riel, "Review: Rethinking the Economic History of the Dutch Republic: The Rise and Decline of Economic Modernity Before the Advent of Industrialized Growth," ''The Journal of Economic History,'' Vol. 56, No. 1 (Mar., 1996), pp. 223-229 [http://www.jstor.org/pss/2124027 in JSTOR]</ref>
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===Norway===
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*[[Halvdan Koht]] (1873-1965) - peasants; Ibsen
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====[[Poland]]====
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*[[Norman Davies]] (1939-) - modern Polish history.
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*[[Franciszek Bujak]] (1875-1953)
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*[[Jan Rutkowski]] (1886-1949),
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====[[History of Russia|Russia]]====
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*[[M. I. Rostovtzeff]] (1870-1952) early <ref>[http://members.tripod.com/~Kekrops/Hellenistic_Files/Rostovtzeff.html See]</ref>
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*[[E. H. Carr]] (1892-1982) ''A History of Soviet Russia,''  (14 vol 1950-1978)<ref>See Michael Cox, , ed., ''E.H. Carr: a critical appraisal,'' (2000)</ref>
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*[[Robert Conquest]] 20c
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*[[Leopold Labedz]] (1920–93)
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*[[Roy Medvedev]] Stalin
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*[[Richard Pipes]] - 20c
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*[[William Taubman]] - Nikita Khrushchev
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====[[Slovenia, history]]====
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*[[Bogo Grafenauer]] (1916–1995)
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====[[History of Spain|Spain]]====
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*[[Ida Altman]] - Early modern
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*[[Maria Luisa Ávila]]-Muslim Spain, Women
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*[[Robert I. Burns]] -Medieval
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*[[Brian A Catlos]] -Muslim Spain
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*[[Roger Collins]] Muslim Spain
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*[[Olivia Remie Constable,]]- Medieval History
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*[[Hipólito Escolar]] - printing
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*[[Pierre Guichard]] - Muslim Spain
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*[[S.I Imamuddin]] Muslim Spain
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*[[Manuela Marin]]- Women
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*[[Julian Ribera y Tarragó]]
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*[[Samuel Miklos Stern]]
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===[[Serbia]]===
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*[[Ilarion Ruvarac]] (1832-1905)
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*[[Vladimir Dedijer]]
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===The [[Middle East]]===
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*[[Ibn Khaldun]]
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*[[Ibn al-Tiqtaqa]] (b. circa 1262) [[Shi'i]] historian wrote [[Al-Fakhīr]]
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*[[‘Ala’ al-Din ‘Ata Malik Juvayni]] (1226-1283) [[Ta’rīkh-I-Jahān Gushā (‘A History of the World-Conqueror Chingis Khān)]]
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*[[Rashid al-Din]] (circa 1247-1318) [[Jāmi‛-al-Tawārīkh]] [[(‘A Comprehensive Collection of Histories')]], [[Ta’rīkh–i-Ghāzānī]] - a history of the Mongols and Turks
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*[[George Antonius]] (1891-1941) - Arab nationalism
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*[[Anders Bjørkelo]]
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*[[Caroline Finkel]]
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*[[H.A.R. Gibb]] (1895-1971)
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*[[Marshall G.S. Hodgson]] (1922-1968) World Historian, Ismai'ili history
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*[[Albert Hourani]]
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*[[Walid Khalidi]] Palestinian historian
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*[[Bernard Lewis]] - the Middle East
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*[[D. S. Margoliouth]]
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*[[Rex Sean O'Fahey]]
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*[[Michael Oren]]
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*[[David Pryce-Jones]]
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*[[Fazlur Rahman]] (1919-1988)
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*[[Knut Vikør]]
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*[[W. Montgomery Watt]] (1909-2006), life of Muhammad
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===Asia===
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====[[History of China|China]]====
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*[[Sima Qian]] - Compiled [[Records of the Grand Historian]]
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* [[John King Fairbank]], survey <ref>[https://www.amazon.com/China-New-History-Second-Enlarged/dp/0674018281/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1202253097&sr=8-1 See]</ref>
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* [[Merle Goldman]] 20th c.<ref>See []</ref>
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* [[Jacques Gernet]], survey <ref>[https://www.amazon.com/History-Chinese-Civilization-Jacques-Gernet/dp/0521497817/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1202253140&sr=8-1 See]</ref>
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* [[Immanuel Chung-yueh Hsü]], survey <ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Rise-Modern-China-Immanuel-Hsu/dp/0195125045/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1202253180&sr=8-1 See]</ref>
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* [[Ray Huang]] <ref>See [http://www.questia.com/library/book/china_a_macro_history_by_ray_huang.jsp online]</ref>
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*  [[Roderick MacFarquhar]], Mao <ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Politics-China-Eras-Mao-Deng/dp/0521588634/ref=pd_bbs_sr_3?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1202253206&sr=8-3 See]</ref>
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* Michael, Franz
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* [[Frederick W. Mote]] imperial <ref>See []</ref>
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* [[Joseph Needham]], science <ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Man-Who-Loved-China-Masterpiece/dp/0060884592/ref=sr_1_13?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1202253249&sr=8-13 See]</ref>
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* [[Benjamin Schwartz]]
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* [[Jonathan D. Spence]] <ref>See [http://www.questia.com/read/98946348?title=The%20Search%20for%20Modern%20China survey]</ref>
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* [http://orpheus.ucsd.edu/chinesehistory/pgp/index.html Studies of Modern Chinese History: Reviews and Historiographical Essays]
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====[[Korea, history]]====
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*[[Bruce Cumings]] - modern Korea
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*[[Il-yeon]]
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*[[Kim Bu-sik]] - early annalist
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*[[Kim Dae-Mun]]
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*[[Lee Ki-baek]] - (1924-2004)
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*[[Suh Dae-sook]] - [[Korean War]] and [[North Korea]]
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*[[Yu Deuk-gong]] - [[Balhae]]
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====[[History of India|India]]====
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*A. L. Basham (1914-1986)
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*Urvashi Butalia
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*Bipin Chandra
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*Nicholas Dirks
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*Ranajit Guha
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*Ayesha Jalal
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*Christian Lassen 
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*Patrick Olivelle
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* Sumit Sarkar Indian marxist historian<ref>See [https://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=sr_adv_b/?search-alias=stripbooks&unfiltered=1&field-keywords=&field-author=Sumit+Sarkar&field-title=&field-isbn=&field-publisher=&node=&url=&field-feature_browse-bin=&field-binding_browse-bin=&field-subject=&field-language=&field-dateop=&field-datemod=&field-dateyear=&sort=relevancerank&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.x=0&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.y=0 his books]</ref>
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*Tanika Sarkar
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*Percival Spear, British scholar of Imperialism
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*Romila Thapar
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*Thomas Trautmann, British Orientalism
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====[[History of Japan|Japan]]====
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* Beasley, W.G.<ref>see [http://www.questia.com/read/10327723?title=The%20Modern%20History%20of%20Japan 1963 history]</ref>
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* Bix, Herbert P.  [[Hirohito]]
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* Coox, Alvin D.  World War II
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* Dower, John. 1940s
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* Gluck, Carol. intellectual
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* Hall, John W.
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* Harootunian, H. D. intellectual
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* Iriye, Akira.diplomacy
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* Jansen, Marius B. 19th century
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* McClain, James L.
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* Najita, Tetsuo. intellectual
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* Sansom, G. B.<ref>See [http://www.questia.com/read/98458951?title=Japan%3a%20A%20Short%20Cultural%20History 1962 history]</ref>
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* Smith, Thomas C. economics
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* Totman, Conrad. political
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====[[History of Australia|Australia]]====
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*[[Manning Clark]]
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*[[Geoffrey Blainey]]
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==Religion==
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===[[Christianity]]===
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* [[Sydney Ahlstron]], American religion
 +
*[[Eusebius of Caesarea]] (275–339) - "Father of Church history"
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*[[Alexander Campbell Cheyne]], Scottish Ecclesiastical Historian
 +
* [[Kenneth Scott Latourette]]
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*[[John Gilmary Shea]] (1824-1892) Father of American Catholic History
 +
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====[[Lutheranism]]====
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*[[Johann Lorenz Von Mosheim]] (1694-1755)
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====[[Mormonism]]====
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*[[Leonard J. Arrington]] - 1975-1982
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*[[Fawn M. Brodie]]
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* [[Jan Shipps]]
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====[[Pope|The Papacy]]====
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* Pastor, Ludwig von. ''History of the Popes From the Close of the Middle Ages'', (1894-1930), 16 vol, older Catholic history [https://books.google.com/books?spell=1&lr=&q=pastor+history+popes&as_brr=1 online from books.google.com]
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==[[Marxist]]==
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* [[Elizabeth Fox Genovese]], slavery, women; formerly a Marxist, but became a leading conservative
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* [[Eugene Genovese]], slavery, South; formerly a Marxist, but now a leading conservative<ref>see [https://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=sr_adv_b/?search-alias=stripbooks&unfiltered=1&field-keywords=&field-author=Eugene+Genovese&field-title=&field-isbn=&field-publisher=&node=&url=&field-feature_browse-bin=&field-binding_browse-bin=&field-subject=&field-language=&field-dateop=&field-datemod=&field-dateyear=&sort=relevancerank&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.x=0&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.y=0 his books]</ref>* [[Ranajit Guha]] - India
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* [[Christopher Hill]] - 17th century England.
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* [[Eric Hobsbawm]] - modern world; an actual Communist
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* [[Maxime Rodinson]]  Islam
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* [[E. P. Thompson]], British 18th and 19th century working class, very influential<ref>See [https://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=sr_adv_b/?search-alias=stripbooks&unfiltered=1&field-keywords=&field-author=e.+p.+Thompson&field-title=&field-isbn=&field-publisher=&node=&url=&field-feature_browse-bin=&field-binding_browse-bin=&field-subject=&field-language=&field-dateop=&field-datemod=&field-dateyear=&sort=relevancerank&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.x=0&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.y=0 his books]</ref>
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==[[Art history]]==
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*[[Nicholas Pevsner]] (1903&ndash;1983) History of art and English architecture
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*[[Josef Strzygowski]] (born 1862) - Architectural history
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==[[Economic history]]==
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*[[Niall Ferguson]], 19th-20th century
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*[[Robert Fogel]] US slavery; health
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*[[David S. Landes]], Europe
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*[[W. W. Rostow]], industrialization
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*[[R. H. Tawney]], [[Industrial Revolution]]
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*[[Alfred D. Chandler, Jr.]]
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* see [[Business history]]
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* see [[Railway history]]
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==Military History==
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* see [[Military History]]
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*Correlli Barnett - naval<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Hitlers-Generals-Correlli-Barnett/dp/0802139949/ref=sr_1_16?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198208081&sr=1-16 See]</ref>
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*[[Martin van Creveld]] - technology<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Technology-War-2000-B-C-Present/dp/0029331536/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198208111&sr=1-4 See]</ref>
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*[[Jack Granatstein]] - Canadian<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Canadas-Army-Waging-Keeping-Peace/dp/0802086969/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198208182&sr=1-9 See]</ref>
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*[[Victor Davis Hanson]] - ancient and modern; conservative scholar<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Carnage-Culture-Landmark-Battles-Western/dp/0385720386/ref=pd_bbs_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198208148&sr=1-2 See]</ref>
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*Alistair Horne - French<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Price-Glory-Verdun-1916/dp/0140170413/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198208223&sr=1-4 See]</ref>
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*[[Michael Howard]] (1922- ) - Europe<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/War-European-History-Michael-Howard/dp/0192802089/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198208281&sr=1-6 See]</ref>
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*[[John Keegan]] (1934-) -warfare, combat<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Face-Battle-Study-Agincourt-Waterloo/dp/0140048979/ref=sr_1_11?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198208379&sr=1-11 See]</ref>
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*[[Basil Liddell Hart]] (1895&ndash;1970) -World War I<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Great-Captains-Unveiled-Basil-Liddell/dp/030680686X/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1198208423&sr=1-6 See]</ref>
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*Edward Luttwak (1942- ) stretegy<ref>See []</ref>
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*[[S. L. A. Marshall]] - combat behavior<ref>See []</ref>
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*Geoffrey Parker, early modern Europe<ref>see [https://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=sr_adv_b/?search-alias=stripbooks&unfiltered=1&field-keywords=&field-author=parker+geoffrey&field-title=&field-isbn=&field-publisher=&node=&url=&field-feature_browse-bin=&field-binding_browse-bin=&field-subject=&field-language=&field-dateop=&field-datemod=&field-dateyear=&sort=relevancerank&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.x=0&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.y=0 his books]</ref>
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*[[Peter Paret]] -ideas<ref>See [https://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=sr_adv_b/?search-alias=stripbooks&unfiltered=1&field-keywords=&field-author=Peter+Paret&field-title=&field-isbn=&field-publisher=&node=&url=&field-feature_browse-bin=&field-binding_browse-bin=&field-subject=&field-language=&field-dateop=&field-datemod=&field-dateyear=&sort=relevancerank&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.x=0&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.y=0 his books]</ref>
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*[[Gordon Prange]] - World War II-Pacific<ref>See [https://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=sr_adv_b/?search-alias=stripbooks&unfiltered=1&field-keywords=&field-author=Gordon+Prange&field-title=&field-isbn=&field-publisher=&node=&url=&field-feature_browse-bin=&field-binding_browse-bin=&field-subject=&field-language=&field-dateop=&field-datemod=&field-dateyear=&sort=relevancerank&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.x=0&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.y=0 his books]</ref>
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*[[Gerhard Ritter]] - German<ref>See [https://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=sr_adv_b/?search-alias=stripbooks&unfiltered=1&field-keywords=&field-author=Gerhard+Ritter&field-title=&field-isbn=&field-publisher=&node=&url=&field-feature_browse-bin=&field-binding_browse-bin=&field-subject=&field-language=&field-dateop=&field-datemod=&field-dateyear=&sort=relevancerank&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.x=0&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.y=0 his books]</ref>
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*[[Hew Strachan]] - World War I.<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/First-World-War-Oxford-Paperback/dp/0199261911/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1202252248&sr=8-1 See]</ref>
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*[[Gerhard Weinberg]] - World War II<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/World-Arms-Global-History-War/dp/B000Y4M8WU/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1202252222&sr=8-1 See]</ref>
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===[[Maritime history]]===
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* see also [[Naval History]]
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*[[Robert G. Albion]]<ref>see [ his books]</ref>
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*[[Howard I. Chapelle]]<ref>see [ his books]</ref>
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*[[John Hattendorf]]<ref>see [ his books]</ref>
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* [[Paul Kennedy]], world; naval<ref>See [https://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=sr_adv_b/?search-alias=stripbooks&unfiltered=1&field-keywords=&field-author=paul+kennedy&field-title=&field-isbn=&field-publisher=&node=9&url=&field-feature_browse-bin=&field-binding_browse-bin=&field-subject=&field-language=&field-dateop=&field-datemod=&field-dateyear=&sort=relevancerank&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.x=41&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.y=8 his books]</ref>
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*[[Alfred Thayer Mahan]], sea power<ref>See [https://books.google.com/books?as_q=&num=30&btnG=Google+Search&as_epq=&as_oq=&as_eq=&as_brr=1&as_pt=ALLTYPES&lr=&as_vt=&as_auth=Alfred+Thayer+Mahan&as_pub=&as_sub=&as_drrb_is=q&as_minm_is=0&as_miny_is=&as_maxm_is=0&as_maxy_is=&as_isbn=&as_issn= full text of major books]</ref>
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*[[Samuel Eliot Morison]] (1887-1976) - World War II, Columbus, Jones<ref>See [https://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=sr_adv_b/?search-alias=stripbooks&unfiltered=1&field-keywords=&field-author=samuel+eliot+morison&field-title=&field-isbn=&field-publisher=&node=&url=&field-feature_browse-bin=&field-binding_browse-bin=&field-subject=&field-language=&field-dateop=&field-datemod=&field-dateyear=&sort=relevancerank&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.x=0&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.y=0 his books]</ref>
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===[[Espionage]]===
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*[[John Earl Haynes]], American historian of Communist espionage<ref>see [https://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=sr_adv_b/?search-alias=stripbooks&unfiltered=1&field-keywords=&field-author=John+Earl+Haynes&field-title=&field-isbn=&field-publisher=&node=&url=&field-feature_browse-bin=&field-binding_browse-bin=&field-subject=&field-language=&field-dateop=&field-datemod=&field-dateyear=&sort=relevancerank&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.x=0&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.y=0 his books]</ref>
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*[[David Kahn]], historian of codes<ref>see [https://www.amazon.com/Codebreakers-Comprehensive-History-Communication-Internet/dp/0684831309/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1241038887&sr=1-3 his book]</ref>
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*[[Nigel West]]<ref>see [https://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=sr_adv_b/?search-alias=stripbooks&unfiltered=1&field-keywords=&field-author=Nigel+West&field-title=&field-isbn=&field-publisher=&node=&url=&field-feature_browse-bin=&field-binding_browse-bin=&field-subject=&field-language=&field-dateop=&field-datemod=&field-dateyear=&sort=relevancerank&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.x=0&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.y=0 his books]</ref>
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==History of ideas==
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*[[Arthur Lovejoy]] (1873-1962). the Great Chain of Being <ref>Arthur O. Lovejoy, ''The Great Chain of Being: A Study of the History of an Idea.'' (1936);  John P. Diggins, "Arthur O. Lovejoy and the Challenge of Intellectual History," ''Journal of the History of Ideas'' Volume 67, Number 1, January 2006, pp. 181-208 in [[Project Muse]]; Daniel J. Wilson, ''Arthur O. Lovejoy and the Quest for Intelligibility'' (1980)</ref>
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*[[Isaiah Berlin]] (1909-1997)
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*[[J. C. D. Clark]], 18th century Britain; conservative
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* [[John P. Diggins]], American political thought;<ref>John P. Diggins,'' The Lost Soul of American Politics: Virtue, Self-Interest, and the Foundations of Liberalism'' (1984)</ref> conservative
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*[[Michel Foucault]] (1926 - 1984)
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*[[Peter Gay]] (1923- ) Enlightenment; 20th century
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*[[Perry Miller]], American; Puritanism
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* [[J. G. A. Pocock]], political thought<ref>J. G. A. Pocock, ''The Machiavellian Moment: Florentine Political Thought and the Atlantic Tradition'' (1975).</ref>
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*[[Quentin Skinner]], political thought<ref>Quentin Skinner, "Meaning and Understanding in the History of Ideas," ''History & Theory'' 8 (1969): 3–53.</ref>
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===History of international relations===
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*[[Harry Elmer Barnes]], World wars; revisionist (denied German Guilt in 1914)
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*[[Herbert Butterfield]]
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*[[Gordon A. Craig]], Germany
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*[[John Lewis Gaddis]], Cold War.
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*[[Klaus Hildebrand]]
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*[[Andreas Hillgruber]]
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*[[Paul Kennedy]], British and world; "The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers"
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*[[William L. Langer]], (1896-1977)
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*[[Eduard Mark]]
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*[[Arno J. Mayer]]
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*[[W.N. Medlicott]]
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*[[Lewis Bernstein Namier]]
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*[[Paul W. Schroeder]], 19c Europe
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*[[A.J.P. Taylor]] (1906-1990) - Europe and England
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*[[Harold Temperley]], (1879-1939), British editor of "British Documents on the Originis of the War, 1898-1914" 
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*[[Odd Arne Westad]] - Professor at the [[London School of Economics]]
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* [[Ernest Llewellyn Woodward]], (1890-1971)
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==History of science and technology==
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*[[John L. Heilbron]], physics, quantification, astronomy, religion and science<ref>See [https://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=sr_adv_b/?search-alias=stripbooks&unfiltered=1&field-keywords=&field-author=John+L.+Heilbron&field-title=&field-isbn=&field-publisher=&node=&url=&field-feature_browse-bin=&field-binding_browse-bin=&field-subject=&field-language=&field-dateop=&field-datemod=&field-dateyear=&sort=relevancerank&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.x=0&Adv-Srch-Books-Submit.y=0 his books]</ref>
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*[[Richard L. Hills]], technology
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*[[Thomas P. Hughes]], technology
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*[[Melvin Kranzberg]], technology
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*[[Daniel J. Kevles]], science and politics, physics, biology, eugenics
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*[[Thomas Kuhn]], astronomy, historiography<ref>Thomas S. Kuhn, ''The Copernican Revolution'' (1957); Kuhn, ''The Structure of Scientific Revolutions.'' (1962, 1970); Steven Fuller, ''Thomas Kuhn: A Philosophical History for Our Times'' (2000)</ref>
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* [[Joseph Needham]], China;<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Man-Who-Loved-China-Masterpiece/dp/0060884592/ref=sr_1_13?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1202253249&sr=8-13 See]</ref> fare -left
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*[[David F. Noble]], industrial development
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*[[Abraham Pais]], physics; Einstein
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*[[A. I. Sabra]], optics, Islamic science
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*[[George Saliba]], Islamic science
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*[[George Sarton]], medieval
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This is a guide to the world's major historians categorized by their area of study. See also History for overview of historiography

Historiography

World history

see World history

Ancient history

Medieval history

Modern history

Canada

Caribbean

U.S., History

Civil War and Reconstruction

Neoabolitionist

Dunning School

Latin America

Brazil

Europe

Belgium

Britain

Ireland, history


Czech historians

  • Bohuslav Balbín (1621–88)
  • Gelasius Dibner (1719-1790)
  • Josef Dobrofský (1753-1829)
  • František Palacký (1798-1876) - 5 vol history to 1526
  • Jaroslav Goll (1846-1929) - leader of scientific school
  • Václav Novotný (1869-1932) -Hussites
  • Josef Pekař (1870-1937), social and economic

History of France

Annales School

outside France

History of Germany

20th century scholars in Germany

outside Germany

Holocaust


Italy, history

Netherlands

Norway


Poland

Russia

Slovenia, history

Spain

Serbia

The Middle East

Asia

China

Korea, history

India

  • A. L. Basham (1914-1986)
  • Urvashi Butalia
  • Bipin Chandra
  • Nicholas Dirks
  • Ranajit Guha
  • Ayesha Jalal
  • Christian Lassen
  • Patrick Olivelle
  • Sumit Sarkar Indian marxist historian[64]
  • Tanika Sarkar
  • Percival Spear, British scholar of Imperialism
  • Romila Thapar
  • Thomas Trautmann, British Orientalism

Japan

  • Beasley, W.G.[65]
  • Bix, Herbert P. Hirohito
  • Coox, Alvin D. World War II
  • Dower, John. 1940s
  • Gluck, Carol. intellectual
  • Hall, John W.
  • Harootunian, H. D. intellectual
  • Iriye, Akira.diplomacy
  • Jansen, Marius B. 19th century
  • McClain, James L.
  • Najita, Tetsuo. intellectual
  • Sansom, G. B.[66]
  • Smith, Thomas C. economics
  • Totman, Conrad. political

Australia

Religion

Christianity

Lutheranism

Mormonism

The Papacy

  • Pastor, Ludwig von. History of the Popes From the Close of the Middle Ages, (1894-1930), 16 vol, older Catholic history online from books.google.com

Marxist

Art history

Economic history


Military History

Maritime history


Espionage

History of ideas

History of international relations

History of science and technology

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  10. B. V. Johnston, Pitirim A. Sorokin an Intelellectual Biography (1995)
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  20. Beard had two highly influential books, Economic Interpretation of the Constitution (1913), and "Rise of American Civilization (1927, with Mary Beard); see Kent Blaser, "The Rise of American Civilization and the Contemporary Crisis in American Historiography," The History Teacher, Vol. 26, No. 1 (Nov., 1992), pp. 71-90 in JSTOR
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  26. James Anthony. Froude, History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Defeat of the Spanish Armada (1856) 10 vol complete text online
  27. David Hume, The History of England: From the Invasion of Julius Cæsar to the Abdication of James II, 1688 (6 vols, 1754-1762). online edition
  28. John Lingard, The History of England, (1850), online edition
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  46. Pieter Geyl, The Revolt of the Netherlands: 1555-1609 (1958) online edition
  47. Peter Burke, "Historians and Their Times: Huizinga, Prophet of 'Blood and Roses.'" History Today 1986 36(Nov): 23-28. Issn: 0018-2753 Fulltext: EBSCO; William U. Bouwsma, "The Waning of the Middle Ages by Johan Huizinga." Daedalus 1974 103(1): 35-43. Issn: 0011-5266; R. L. Colie, "Johan Huizinga and the Task of Cultural History." American Historical Review 1964 69(3): 607-630 in JSTOR; Robert Anchor, "History and Play: Johan Huizinga and His Critics," History and Theory, Vol. 17, No. 1 (Feb., 1978), pp. 63-93 in JSTOR
  48. Jonathan Israel, The Dutch Republic: Its Rise, Greatness, and Fall, 1477-1806 (1995) complete online edition; also excerpt and text search
  49. J. C. H. Blom, "Ludovico Locuto, Porta Aperta: Enige Notities over Deel XII En XIII Van L. De Jongs Koninkrijk Der Nederlanden in De Tweede Wereldoorlog." [After Louis Spoke, Everything Was Clear: Some Notes on Volumes 12 and 13 of Louis De Jong's Kingdom of the Netherlands in World War Ii]. Bijdragen En Mededelingen Betreffende De Geschiedenis Der Nederlanden 1990 105(2): 244-264. Issn: 0165-0505 review of a great masterpiece.
  50. John Lothrop Motley, The Rise of the Dutch Republic, 1555-84 (2 vol. 1856) Gutenberg editions online and History of the United Netherlands, 1584-1609 (4 vol., 1860–67) Gutenberg editions online For a criticism of Motler see Robert Wheaton, "Motley and the Dutch Historians." New England Quarterly 1962 35(3): 318-336. in Jstor
  51. A. C. Otto, "Theorie En Praktijk in De Theoretische Geschiedenis Van Jan Romein" [Theory and Practice in the "Theoretical History" of Jan Romein]. Theoretische Geschiedenis 1994 21(3): 257-270. Issn: 0167-8310
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  95. John P. Diggins, The Lost Soul of American Politics: Virtue, Self-Interest, and the Foundations of Liberalism (1984)
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