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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, history

Caribbean

U.S., History

now a leading conservative

Civil War and Reconstruction

Neoabolitionist

Dunning School

Latin America

Brazil

Europe

Belgium, history

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

France, history

Annales School

outside France

Germany, history

20th century scholars in Germany

outside Germany

Holocaust


Italy, history

Netherlands, history


Norway


Poland

Russia, history

Slovenia, history

Spain, history

Serbia

The Middle East

Asia

China, history

Korea, history

India, history

Japan, history

Australia, history

Religion

Christianity

Lutheranism

Mormonism

The Papacy

Marxist

Art history

Economic history


Military History

Espionage

Maritime history

History of ideas

History of international relations

History of science and technology

notes

  1. C.T. McIntire, Herbert Butterfield (2004) excerpt and text search
  2. See The Idea of History: With Lectures 1926-1928
  3. See The Practice of History
  4. See []
  5. Pieter Geyl, The Revolt of the Netherlands: 1555-1609 (1958) online edition
  6. See [1]
  7. See [2] and [3]
  8. See revised edition
  9. See McNeill, The Pursuit of Truth: A Historian's Memoir (2005)
  10. B. V. Johnston, Pitirim A. Sorokin an Intelellectual Biography (1995)
  11. William H. McNeill, Arnold J. Toynbee: A Life (1990)
  12. Jeffrey C. Herndon, Eric Voegelin and the Problem of Christian Political Order (2007) excerpt and text search
  13. see excerpt and text search
  14. See [4]
  15. See [5]
  16. See [6]
  17. see online edition
  18. see [7]
  19. Kenneth W. Frank, "Pirenne Again: A Muslim Viewpoint," The History Teacher, Vol. 26, No. 3 (May, 1993), pp. 371-383 in JSTOR
  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
  21. See his books
  22. See his books
  23. F. M. Powicke, "Henri Pirenne," The English Historical Review, Vol. 51, No. 201 (Jan., 1936), pp. 79-89 in JSTOR
  24. James Anthony. Froude, History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Defeat of the Spanish Armada (1856) 10 vol complete text online
  25. 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
  26. John Lingard, The History of England, (1850), online edition
  27. See Linda Colley, Lewis Namier (1989).
  28. See J. S. A. Adamson, "Eminent Victorians: S. R. Gardiner and the Liberal as Hero." Historical Journal 1990 33(3): 641-657. in Jstor
  29. see [8]
  30. see [9]
  31. see [10]
  32. see [11]
  33. see [12]
  34. see [13]
  35. see [14]
  36. see [15]
  37. see [16]
  38. see [17]
  39. see [18]
  40. see [19]
  41. See [20]
  42. Petrus Johannes Blok. History of the People of the Netherlands (5 vol 1898-1912) part 1 to 1500, online from Google; part 2 to 1559. online from Google; part 3: The War with Spain 1559-162, online from Google; part 4 on Golden Age online from Google; online edition from Google, vol 5 on 18th and 19th century
  43. J. C. H. Blom, and E. Lamberts, eds. History of the Low Countries (2006) 504pp excerpt and text search; also complete edition online
  44. Pieter Geyl, The Revolt of the Netherlands: 1555-1609 (1958) online edition
  45. 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
  46. Jonathan Israel, The Dutch Republic: Its Rise, Greatness, and Fall, 1477-1806 (1995) complete online edition; also excerpt and text search
  47. 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.
  48. 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
  49. 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
  50. 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 in JSTOR
  51. See [21]
  52. See Michael Cox, , ed., E.H. Carr: a critical appraisal, (2000)
  53. See [22]
  54. See []
  55. See [23]
  56. See [24]
  57. See []
  58. See [25]
  59. See []
  60. See [26]
  61. See []
  62. See []
  63. See [27]
  64. See [28]
  65. See [29]
  66. See [30]
  67. See [31]
  68. See [32]
  69. See [33]
  70. See [34]
  71. See []
  72. See []
  73. See []
  74. See []
  75. See []
  76. See []
  77. See []
  78. See [35]
  79. See [36]
  80. 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)
  81. John P. Diggins, The Lost Soul of American Politics: Virtue, Self-Interest, and the Foundations of Liberalism (1984)
  82. J. G. A. Pocock, The Machiavellian Moment: Florentine Political Thought and the Atlantic Tradition (1975).
  83. Quentin Skinner, "Meaning and Understanding in the History of Ideas," History & Theory 8 (1969): 3–53.
  84. 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)
  85. See [37]