List of historians


List of historians

This is a list of historians.

The names are grouped by order of the historical period in which they were writing, which is not necessarily the same as the period in which they specialized.

Chroniclers and annalists, though they are not historians in the true sense, are also listed here for convenience.

"See also:" List of historians by area of study, List of historians of the French Revolution, Historians of Vichy France, English historians in the Middle Ages

Historians of the Ancient Period

*Appian, Roman history
*Dio Cassius, Roman history
*Herodian, Roman History
*Zosimus, Late Roman history
*Sim Nicholai, (Cambodian history)
*Fa-Hien, Chinese Buddhist monk and historian, author of "A Record of Buddhistic Kingdoms: Being an Account by the Chinese Monk Fa-Hein of his Travels in India and Ceylon (399 – 414), In Search of the Buddhist Books of Discipline"
*Gaius Acilius, Roman history
*Lucius Ampelius, Roman history
*Herodotus, (484 – c. 420 BC), Halicarnassus, "Father of History"
*Thucydides, (460 – c. 400 BC), Peloponnesian War
*Xenophon, (431 – c. 360 BC), an Athenian knight and student of Socrates
*Berossus, (4th century BC), Babylonian historian
*Timaeus of Tauromenium, (c. 345 – c. 250 BC), Greek history
*Polybius, (203 – c. 120 BC), Early Roman history (written in Greek)
*Julius Caesar, (100 – c. 44 BC), Gallic and civil wars
*Flavius Josephus, (37 – 100), Jewish history
*Sima Qian, (c. 140 BC), Chinese history
*Diodorus of Sicily, Greek historian, first century BC
*Livy, (c. 59 BC – AD 17), Roman history
*Cremutius Cordus
*Sallust, (86 – 34 BC)
*Plutarch, (c. 46 – 120), would not have counted himself as an historian, but is a useful source because of his "Parallel Lives" of important Greeks and Romans.
*Gaius Cornelius Tacitus, (c. 56 – c. 120), early Roman Empire
*Suetonius, (75 – 160), Roman emperors up to Flavian dynasty
*Thallus, Roman history
*Priscus, Byzantine history, 5th century
*Ammianus Marcellinus, (c. 325 – c. 391)
*Curtius Rufus, (c. 60-70), Greek history
*Arrian, (c. 92-175), Greek history
*Quintus Fabius Pictor, Roman history
*Dionysius of Halicarnassus, Roman history
*Ban Gu, (Han Dynasty)
*Ban Zhao, (Han Dynasty)
*Go Heung, Early Baekje history
*Eusebius of Caesarea ca.275-339, Early Christian
*Rufinus, Early Christian
*Socrates of Constantinople, Early Christian
*Sozomen, Early Christian
*Philostorgius, Early Christian
*Theodoret, Early Christian
*John Malalas, Early Christian

Medieval historians/chroniclers

*Shen Yue, (441-513), History of the (Liu) Song Dynasty (420-479)
*Jordanes, (6th century), Goths
*Procopius, (died c. 565), Byzantines
*Gregory of Tours, (538 – 594), Franks
*Geo Chil-bu, Silla historian , 6th century
*Yi Mun-jin, Goguryeo historian , 7th century
*Bede, (c. 672 – 735), Anglo-Saxons
*Adamnan, Irish historian, 625-704
*Tírechán, fl. 657
*Cogitosus, Irish historian, fl. c. 650
*Muirchu moccu Machtheni, fl. 7th century
*Nennius, shadowy historian of Wales
*Paul the Deacon, (8th century), Langobards
*Martin Hiberniensis, Irish teacher and historian, 819-875
*Einhard, (9th century) - Biography of Charlemagne
*Notker of St Gall, (9th century) - anecdotal Biography of Charlemagne
*Muhammad al-Tabari, 838 – 923, great Persian historian
*Ibn Rustah, d. 903, Persian historian and traveler
*Asser, Bishop of Sherborne, (died 908/909) - Welsh monk, "Life of Alfred"
*Regino of Prüm, (died 915)
*Liutprand of Cremona, (922 – 972), Byzantine affairs
*Li Fang, (925 – 996) Chinese editor of the Four Great Books of Song
*Heriger of Lobbes, 925-1007
*Al-Biruni, (973 – 1048), Persian historian
*Geoffrey of Monmouth, churchman/historian
*Thietmar of Merseburg, German, Polish, and Russian affairs
*Nestor the Chronicler, author of the Russian Primary Chronicle
*Gallus Anonymus, Polish historian
*Albert of Aix, historian of the First Crusade
*Michael Psellus, (1018 – c. 1078)
*Sima Guang, (1019 – 1086), historiographer and politician
*Marianus Scotus, (1028 – 1082/1083), Irish chronicler
*Guibert of Nogent, (1053 – 1124)
* Galbert of Bruges, 12th century , Flemish chronicler
*Florence of Worcester, (died 1118), English chronicler
*Eadmer, (c. 1066 – c. 1124), post-Conquest English history
*Kim Bu-sik, (1075 – 1151), Korean historian, author of the Samguk Sagi
*Symeon of Durham, (died after 1129), English chronicler
*William of Malmesbury, (c. 1080 – c. 1143)
*Anna Comnena, (1083 – after 1148)
*Usamah ibn Munqidh, (1095 – 1188)
*Adam of Bremen, historian of Scandinavia
*Kalhana, historian of Kashmir.
*Saxo Grammaticus, (12th century), Danish
*Svend Aagesen, (12th century), Danish
*Alured of Beverley, (12th century), English chronicler
*William of Tyre, (c. 1128 – 1186)
*William of Newburgh, (1135 – 1198), English historian called "the father of historical criticism"
*John of Worcester, (fl. 1150s), English chronicler
*Giraldus Cambrensis, (c. 1146 – c. 1223)
*Wincenty Kadlubek, (1161 – 1223), Polish historian
*Ambroise, (fl. 1190s), Anglo-Norman poet, wrote verse narrative of the Third Crusade
*Geoffroi de Villehardouin, (c. 1160 – 1212)
*Nicetas Choniates, (died c. 1220)
*Snorri Sturluson, (c. 1178 – 23th Sept.1241), Icelandic historian
*Ata al-Mulk Juvayni, (1226-83), Persian historian
*Matthew Paris, (died 1259)
*Il-yeon, (1206 – 1289), Korean historian, author of the Samguk Yusa
*Salimbene di Adam, (1221 – c. 1290), Italian
*Templar of Tyre, (c. 1230 – 1314), end of the Crusades
*Jean de Joinville, (1224 – 1319)
*Rashid al-Din, (1247 – 1317), Persian historian
*ibn Khaldun, (1332 – 1406), North African historian "of the world"
*Piers Langtoft, (died c. 1307)
*Abdullah Wassaf, 13th century, Persian historian
*John Clyn, fl. 1333-1349, Irish historian
*Jean Froissart, (c. 1337 – c. 1405), chronicler
*Dietrich of Nieheim, (c. 1345 – 1418), ecclesiastic history
*Seán Mór Ó Dubhagáin, d. 1372
*Adhamh Ó Cianáin, d. 1373
*John of Fordun, Scottish chronicler (d. 1384 )
*Ruaidhri Ó Cianáin (died 1387)
*Álvar García de Santa María, (1370 – 1460)
*Giolla Íosa Mór Mac Fhirbhisigh, fl. 1390-1418
*Alphonsus A Sancta Maria, (1396 – 1456)
*Jan Długosz, Polish historian and chronicler
*Philippe de Commines, French historian
*Cathal Óg Mac Maghnusa, 1439-1498, compilor and annalist.
*Sharaf ad-Din Ali Yazdi, d. 1454, Persian historian
*John Capgrave, (1393 – 1464)
*Christine de Pizan, (c. 1365 – c. 1430), historian, poet, philosopher
*Robert Fabyan, (died 1513)
*Albert Krantz, (1450 – 1517)
*Polydore Vergil, (c. 1470 – 1555), Tudor history
*Sigismund von Herberstein, (1486 – 1566), Muscovite affairs
*João de Barros, (1496 – 1570)
*Niccolò Machiavelli, (1469 – 1527), author of Florentine Histories
*Josias Simmler, (1530 – 1576)
*Paolo Paruta, (1540 – 1598), Venetian historian
*Raphael Holinshed, (died c. 1580)
*Hector Boece, Scottish philosopher and historian. Wrote "Historia Gentis Scotorum" (1465-1536)
*Caesar Baronius, (1538 – 1607)
*Abd al-Qadir Bada'uni, (1540 – 1615), Indo-Persian historian
*John Hayward, (1564 – 1627)
*Pilip Ballach Ó Duibhgeannáin (fl. 1579–1590)
*Bahrey (1593), an Ethiopian monk and historian. Wrote "Zenahu le Galla" (History of the Galla, now Oromo)

Early modern historians (1600 – 1799)

A

*Fray Iñigo Abbad y Lasierra (1745 – 1813) Spanish historian

B

*Teimuraz Bagrationi, (1782 – 1846), history of Georgia and the Caucasus
*Archibald Bower, (1686 – 1766), Rome
*Mary Bonaventure Browne, Poor Clare and Irish historian, c.1610 - c.1670.
*Josiah Burchett, British naval historian and Admiralty official

C

*Colin G. Calloway, Historian, Native American History
*Chang Hsüeh-ch'eng, (1738 – 1801), Chinese historian, local histories and essays on historiography

D

*John Colin Dunlop, (c. 1785 – 1842)

E

*Laurence Echard, (c.1670 – 1730), England

F

*George Finlay, (1799 – 1875), Greece
*Francisco Jose Freire (1719 – 1773), Portuguese historian and philologist
*Charles du Fresne, sieur du Cange, (1610 – 1688), Medieval and Byzantine historian and philologist

G

*Edward Gibbon, (1737 – 1794), Roman Empire and Byzantium, one of the all-time greats
*George Grote, (1794 – 1871), classical Greece
*François Guizot, (1787 – 1874), French historian of general French, English history
*George Peabody Gooch, (1873 – 1968), English historian of Modern Diplomacy

H

*Edward Hasted, Kent
*Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, (1770 – 1831), German philosopher of history
*David Hume (1711 – 1776), Scottish Enlightenment Philosopher and author of six volume "History of England" (originally "History of Britain")

I

J

K

*Nikolai Mikhailovich Karamzin, (1766 – 1826), Russian Empire
*Seathrún Céitinn/Geoffrey Keating, d.1643, Irish historianKrishnadeva Raya,Indian historian,vijaynagar empire

L

*Joachim Lelewel, (1786 – 1861), Polish historian
*Jill Lepore, Historian of Early America
*John Lingard, (1771 – 1851), England
*Anton Tomaz Linhart, (1756 – 1795)

Mc and Mac

*Dubhaltach MacFhirbhisigh, fl.1643 – 1671, Irish historian, annalist, genealogist

M

*Jules Michelet, (1798 – 1874), French
*François Mignet, (1796 – 1884), French historian of the Revolution, Middle Ages
*Johann Lorenz Von Mosheim, (1694 – 1755), Lutheran historian
*Johannes von Müller, (1752 – 1809)
*Ludovico Antonio Muratori, (1672 – 1750), Italy

N

*Louis-Sébastien Le Nain de Tillemont, (1637 – 1698), ecclesiastical historian
*Barthold Georg Niebuhr, (1776 – 1831), German historian

O

*Tadhg Og Ó Cianáin (died c.1614)
*Mícheál Ó Cléirigh, Irish historian, c.1590 – 1643
*Peregrine Ó Duibhgeannain, Irish historian, fl.1627-1636
*Cú Choigcríche Ó Cléirigh (died c. 1662/1664)
*Ruaidhrí Ó Flaithbheartaigh, Irish historian, 1629 – 1716/1718
*Frederic Austin Ogg, author of "Economic development of modern Europe ", "The governments of Europe" et al.
*Josiah Ober, American historian of ancient Greece

P

*William H. Prescott, (1796 – 1859), US historian of Spain, Mexico, Peru
*Placido Puccinelli, Italian historian, 1609 – 1685

Q

R

*Leopold von Ranke, (1795 – 1886), European diplomacy; probably the greatest German historian

*Mikhail Shcherbatov, (1733 – 1790), Russian historian

T

*Vasily Tatishchev, (1686 – 1750), first historian of modern Russia
*Adolphe Thiers, (1797 – 1877), French historian of the Revolution, Empire
*Edward Raymond Turner, (1881 – 1929), author of "Europe since 1789"

U

V

*Voltaire, (1694 – 1778), French Enlightenment philosopher and historian

W

*Sir James Ware, Anglo-Irish historian and antiquarian, 1594-1666

X

Y

*Yu Deuk-gong, (1749 – 1807), Korean historian

Z

Historians born in the 19th century

A

*Henry Adams, (1838 – 1918), US 1800-1816
*Grace Aguilar, (1816 – 1847), Jewish history

B

*Bernard Bailyn, Historian of Early America
*George Bancroft, (1800 – 1891), United States
*Wilhelm Barthold, (1869 – 1930), Muslim studies, Turkology
*Hilaire Belloc, (1870 – 1953)
*Marc Bloch, (1886 – 1944), medieval France
*Jacob Burckhardt, (1818 – 1897), art history, European history, "The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy"
*Montagu Burrows, first naval historian at a British university

C

*Antonio Cánovas del Castillo, (1828 – 1897), Spanish historian
*Henri Raymond Casgrain, priest, author, historian
*Cesar de Bazancourt, (1810 – 65), French historian; works on the Crimean War
*Boris Chicherin, (1828 – 1904), history of Russian laws
*Julian Corbett, British naval historian
*Augustin Cochin, history of French Revolution
*Edward Shepherd Creasy, (1812 – 1878), warfare

D

*Léopold Delisle, French historian and librarian
*Johann Gustav Droysen, (1808 – 1884), German historian, professor at Kiel, Jena & Berlin

E

*Mary Anne Everett Green, (1818 – 1895), English

F

*Lucien Febvre, (1878 – 1956), French historian
*Frantz Funck-Brentano, French historian and librarian
*Numa Denis Fustel de Coulanges, (1830 – 1889), antiquity, France

G

*François-Louis Ganshof, medieval history
*Arthur Giry, diplomatics
*Gustave Glotz, Ancient Greece
*Timofey Granovsky, (1813 – 1855), medieval Germany
*Lionel Groulx, (1878 – 1967), priest, historian
*René Grousset, Oriental History

H

*Louis Halphen, Middle Ages
*Henri Hauser, (1866 – 1946), French historian, economist, geographer
*Julien Havet, Middle Ages
*Paul Hazard, Modern France
*Charles Downer Hazen, (1868 – 1941), author of "Europe since 1815"
*Auguste Himly, (1823 – 1906), French historian and geographer
*Johan Huizinga, Dutch historian, author of "Waning of the Middle Ages"

I

*Dmitry Ilovaisky, (1832 – 1920), Russian history

J

*Muhammad Jaber, (1875 – 1945), history of the Levant and the Middle-East
*William James (naval historian), historian of the Royal Navy during the Napoleonic Wars
*Ivane Javakhishvili, (1876 – 1940), Georgian historian

K

*Konstantin Kavelin, (1818 – 1885), history of Russian laws
*Philip Moore Callow Kermode, (1855 – 1932), Manx crosses and runic inscriptions
*Alexander William Kinglake, (1809 – 1891), works on the Crimean War
*Vasily Klyuchevsky, (1841 – 1911), Russian history
*Ludwig von Köchel, (1800 – 1877), writer, composer, botanist, music historian
*Nikodim Kondakov, (1844 – 1925), Byzantine art
*Nikolay Kostomarov, (1817 – 1885), Russian and Ukrainian history
*Godefroid Kurth, (1847 – 1916), Belgian historian

L

*John Knox Laughton, British naval historian
*Ferdinand Lot, Middle Ages

Mc and Mac

*Thomas Macaulay, (1800 – 1859), British

M

*Frederic William Maitland, (1850 – 1906), legal history
*Alfred Thayer Mahan, (1840 – 1914), naval history
*Paul Meyer, Middle Ages
*Auguste Molinier, Middle Ages
*Theodor Mommsen, (1817 – 1903), Roman Empire
*Alfred Morel-Fatio, history of Spain

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*Cesare Paoli (1840-1902), Italian History
*Gaston Paris, Middle Ages
*Samuel W. Pennypacker (1843 – 1916), Pennsylvania history
*Henri Pirenne, (1862 – 1935), Belgian and medieval European history
*Sergey Platonov, (1860 – 1933), Oprichnina and Time of Troubles
*Eileen Power, Middle Ages
*H. F. M. Prescott (1896-1972), leading biographer of Mary I of England; Tudor England; medieval pilgrimages to Jerusalem and to the Holy Land; dissolution of the monasteries and Pilgrimage of Grace
*Datto Vaman Potdar, (1890 – 1979), Indian Historian [Media:

Q

*Jules Quicherat, Middle Ages

R

*William Pember Reeves (1857-1932), New Zealand history
*Theodore Roosevelt, (1858 – 1919)
*Simon Rutar, (1851 – 1903)

*Sergey Solovyov, (1820 – 1879), Russian historian
*Govind Sakharam Sardesai, (1865 – 1959), Indina Historian and Author of 'The New History of Maratha Empire'
*Oswald Spengler, (1880-1936), The Decline of the West
*Shin Chaeho, (1880 – 1936), Korean historian

T

*Frank Bigelow Tarbell, (1853 – 1920), author of numerous books on ancient art history
*Thatcher, Oliver J., (1857 – 1937), author of "A general history of Europe 350 - 1900"
*A. Wyatt Tilby, (1880 – 1948), British author of "The English People Overseas" (Vol. I – VI)
*Alexis de Tocqueville, (1805 – 1859) French historian, author of "The Old Regime and the French Revolution", "Democracy in America"
*Zacharias Topelius, (1818 – 1898)
*Arnold J. Toynbee, (1889 – 1975), "A Study of History"
*Heinrich von Treitschke, (1834 – 1896)
*George Macaulay Trevelyan, (1876 – 1962)
*Mikheil Tsereteli, (1878 – 1965), Georgian historian

V

*Paul Vinogradoff, (1854 – 1925), later Roman Empire

W

*Mary Wilhelmine Williams, (1878 – 1944), Latin America
*Spenser Wilkinson, British military historian
*Justin Winsor, (1831 – 1897), editor of the "Narrative and Critical History of America", (8 vols., 1884-89)
*Gordon Wright, Modern French History

Y

*Yi Byeongdo, (1896 – 1989), Korean historian

Z

*Faddei Zielinski, (1859 – 1944), Ancient Greece

Modern historians (after 1900)

A

*Irving Abella, Canadian historian & author
*Robert G. Albion, maritime history
*Dean C. Allard, American naval history
*Michael Allen, American historian, trans-Mississippi West
*Gar Alperovitz, American historian, Hiroshima
*Ida Altman, American historian, colonial Spain & Latin America
*Stephen Ambrose, (1936 – 2002), American; WW2, U.S. political, wrote Band of Brothers
*Charles McLean Andrews, (1863–1943), American; U.S. colonial history
*Joyce Appleby, American; US early national
*Herbert Aptheker, (1915 – 2003), American; African American history
*Philippe Aries, French; medieval; childhood
*Karen Armstrong, British; religious history
*Leonard J. Arrington, (1917 – 1999), American; Mormons
*Mikhail Artamonov, (1898 – 1972), founder of Khazar studies
*Zurab Avalishvili, (1876 – 1944), history of Georgia and the Caucasus
*Paul Avrich, Russian history, the Anarchist movement (chiefly in the United States)

B

*Ahron Bregman, Arab-Israeli conflict
*Matthew Bailey, Kentucky history, "Home Elsewhere" two volume biography
*Yehuda Bauer, the Holocaust
*David E. Barclay, German history
*Harry Elmer Barnes, American historian.
*G.W.S. Barrow, Scottish history
*Jacques Barzun, (born 1907), cultural history
*Hanna Batatu, Palestinian historian and author of an authoritative study of modern Iraq
*K. Jack Bauer, (1926 – 1987), U.S. naval, military, and maritime historian
*Charles Bean, (1879 – 1968), Australia in World War I
*Charles A. Beard, (1874 – 1948), American historian, "An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States"
*Mary Ritter Beard, (1876 – 1958), American Historian and wife of Charles A. Beard
*James Belich (born 1956), New Zealand history
*Charles Bergquist, American historian, Latin American and labor history, author of "Labor in Latin America: Comparative Essays on Argentina, Chile, Venezuela, and Colombia"
*Isaiah Berlin, (1909 – 1997), history of ideas
*Michael Beschloss, (born 1955) American historian and celebrity intellectual, history of the U.S. presidency
*Nicholas Bethell, Soviet history
*David Blackbourn
*Geoffrey Blainey (born 1930), Australian history
*Hanne Blank (born 1969), historian of virginity
*Gisela Bock, German feminist historian.
*Brian Bond, British military historian
*Daniel J. Boorstin, (1914 – 2004), intellectual history, American history
*John Boswell, (1947 – 1994), medievalist and gay history
*Gérard Bouchard, Canadian historian
*Joanna Bourke, military history
*Mark Bowden, wrote Black Hawk Down regarding the Battle of Mogadishu
*Paul Boyer, American historian, author of "By the Bomb's Early Light"
*Karl Dietrich Bracher, (1922-), modern German history
*James C. Bradford, (1944- ), American naval history
*William Brandon, (1914 – 2002), historian of the American West and Native Americans
*Fernand Braudel, (1902-1985) World history
*Martin Broszat, (1926-1989) Nazi Germany
*Miland Brown, American historian who maintains the [http://world-history-blog.blogspot.com/ World History Blog]
*Peter Brown
*Christopher Browning, the Holocaust
*Jaap R. Bruijn, Dutch maritime historian
*Otto Brunner, medieval and early modern Austria
*Geoffrey Bruun (1899 – 1988), European civilization
*Alan Bullock, (1914 – 2004)
*Peter Burke
* Michael Burns - actor and historian
*J. B. Bury, classical history
*John Hill Burton, (1809 – 1881), Scottish Jacobin history
*Briton C. Busch, ((1936 – 2004)), British diplomatic and American maritime history
*Richard Bushman, (1931 - ), American colonial society, American colonial politics, American colonial religion
*Herbert Butterfield, author of "The Whig Interpretation of History"

C

*Angus Calder, British historian, British history
*Clifford Caldwell, Historian of the American West (c. 1948 – Living)
*Helen Cam (1885–1968) English medieval historian
*Otto Maria Carpeaux, (1900 – 1978) foremost historian of literature
*E. H. Carr, (1892 – 1982) Soviet history, International Relations
*Sir Raymond Carr (born 1919) Spanish and Latin American history
*Paul Cartledge, Classical Historian (5th Century Athens and Sparta, and Alexander the Great)
*Carolyn Joyce Carty [1957- )Faith
*Lionel Casson
*Boris Celovsky, Czech-German relations
*M. Chahin, Armenian history
*Howard I. Chapelle, maritime history
*Satyabrata Rai Chowdhuri, history of Leftism, Indian history
*Maher Charif, Palestinian historian specialising in modern Arab intellectual history and political movements
*Iris Chang, (1968-2004) Chinese in American & Japanese war crimes
*Yinghong Cheng, (1959-) Chinese historian in communism and radical social movements
*Guy Chet, Colonial America Warfare
*Alexander Campbell Cheyne, Scottish Ecclesiastical Historian
*Winston Churchill, (1874 – 1965) political, biographical, military history.
*J. C. D. Clark, British historian of ideas.
*Manning Clark, (1915 – 1991) pre-eminent in Australian history
*Robert Conquest, (born 1917) Russia, Soviet Union
*Nancy Cott, U.S. women's history
*Gordon A. Craig, (1913-) German history & diplomatic history
*Vincent Cronin, (1924-) European and art history
*Pamela Kyle Crossley, Chinese, Manchu and Central Asian history
*Dan Cruickshank, British and architectural history, TV presenter
*John S. Curtiss, inter alia, debunker of the "The Protocols of Zion"
*Margaret Campbell Speke Cruwys (1894-1968), Devon historian
*Vladimir Ćorović, Serbian historian

D-E

*Robert Dallek, biographer of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Lyndon Johnson and John F. Kennedy
*Vahakn N. Dadrian, Armenian genocide
*David B. Danbom rural America
*Robert Darnton
*Lucy Dawidowicz, Jewish history and the Holocaust.
*Saul David, military history
*John Davies
*Norman Davies, Polish and British history
*Natalie Zemon Davis, feminist cultural historian, early modern France, film and history
*Kenneth S. Davis, biographer of Franklin D. Roosevelt
*R. H. C. Davis, British historian of European Middle Ages
*Vernon E. Davis, Vietnam war
*Graeme Davison, Australian Social Historian
*David Day, Australian historian
*Renzo De Felice, Italian fascism
*Carl N. Degler
*Esther Delisle, (born 1954), French-Canadian historian & author
*Jean Delumeau
*John Demos, early America
*Marcel Detienne, ancient Greece
*Alexandre Deulofeu, (1903-1978), Catalan historian & author
*Isaac Deutscher, (1907 – 1967) biographer of Lenin, Trotsky, and Stalin
*Tom M. Devine, Scottish historian
*Bernard DeVoto
*Igor M. Diakonov, (1914 – 1999), Ancient Near East
*Robert Divine, 20c diplomatic history
*David Herbert Donald Lincoln and Civil War
*Gordon Donaldson Scottish historian
*John W. Dower, Japan in 1940s
*John R. P. Dray 19th Century Representations
*Georges Duby, (1924 – 1996), Middle Ages
*William S. Dudley, ((1936&ndash), American naval history
*Eamon Duffy, 15th-17th century religious history
*A. Hunter Dupree, American science and technology
*Trevor Dupuy
*Will Durant, philosopher and author of the Story of Civilization series
*Elizabeth Eisenstein, French Revolution, early printing, transitions in
*Geoff Eley
*John Elliott, (born 1941) Early Modern Spain
* Joseph J. Ellis biographer of US Founding Fathers
*Geoffrey Elton, Tudor England
*Peter Englund, Swedish
*Richard J. Evans, German social history
*Alf Evers, (1905-2004) American historian

F

*Cyril Falls, British military historian
*Ronan Fanning, Irish historian
*Brian Farrell, (born 1929)
*Niall Ferguson, British historian, author of "The Pity of War: Explaining World War I"
*Marc Ferro, French historian
*Joachim Fest, (born 1926), Nazi Germany
*David Feuerwerker (1912-1980), French historian of the Emancipation of Jews.
*Heinrich Fichtenau (1912-2000), Austrian historian; medievalism, diplomatics
*Gerald Figal, (born 1962), 19th-20th Century Japan, Postwar Okinawa
*Orlando Figes, (born 1957), Russia
*Samuel Finer (1915 – 1993), political scientist and writer on world history
*Robert O. Fink, (1905-1988), American classical scholar and papyrologist
*Moses Finley, Historian of the Ancient World, especially Economic History
*David Hackett Fischer, American economic historian, author of "The Great Wave: Price Revolutions and the Rhythm of History"
*Fritz Fischer, German historian
*Frances Fitzgerald, American journalist and historian, author of ""
*Robert Fogel, American economic history
*Eric Foner, Reconstruction
*Shelby Foote, (1916 – 2005), American Civil War
*Michel Foucault, (1926 – 1984), French historian of ideas / philosopher
*Robin Lane Fox, Oxford historian who has written on Alexander the Great and the Ancient World
*Elizabeth Fox-Genovese, cultural & social history, women's history and Southern history
*Walter Frank, (1905 – 1945), Nazi historian and anti-Semitic writer
*H. Bruce Franklin, American historian of the Vietnam War, author of "M.I.A. or Mythmaking in America"
*Antonia Fraser, England
*Henry Friedlander, Holocaust historian.
*Saul Friedländer, history of the Holocaust
*Karl Friday, Heian Period Japan, early premodern Japanese warfare
*Sheppard Frere
*David Fromkin
*Bruno Fuligni
*Francis Fukuyama, (born 1955)
*J.F.C. Fuller , military historian, author of "A Military History of the Western World", 3 vols.
*François Furet, French historian

G

*Femme Gaastra, Dutch East India Company
*John Lewis Gaddis, diplomatic history
*Lloyd Gardner, diplomatic history
*Franklin Garrett, history of Atlanta
*Peter Gay, psychohistory, European Enlightenment & 19th century social history
*Eugene Genovese, (1930-) Southern history
*Pieter Geyl, Dutch historian
*Herbert Adams Gibbons
*N. H. Gibbs, history of war
*William Gibson, ecclesiastical historian
*Martin Gilbert, Holocaust
*Carlo Ginzburg, pioneer of microhistory
*Carol Gluck, American historian, author of "Japan's Modern Myths: Ideology in the Late Meiji Period"
*James Goldrick, Australian naval officer and naval historian
*Justo Gonzalez, historian and theologian
*George Peabody Gooch, (1873 – 1968), British historian, "British Documents on the Origins of the War, 1898-1914" (ed.)
*Andrew Gordon, British naval historian
*Bogo Grafenauer, (1916 – 1995), Slovene medievalist
*Gerald S. Graham, British imperial history
*A. Kirk Grayson, Ancient Middle East
*Peter Green, ancient history
*Vivian H. H. Green, (1915 – 2005), author of "A New History of Christianity"
*Leonid Grinin, Philosophy of History
*Ranajit Guha, history of India and critical historiography
*Lev Gumilyov, (1912 – 1992), Soviet historian
*John Guy, leading Tudor specialist

H-I

*Irfan Habib
*Harland Hagler, Early American, Old South
*Bruce Barrymore Halpenny, Airfields, WW2, Bomber & Fighter Command, Military Aircraft
*Nicholas G. L. Hammond, Macedonia and Greece
*Richard Hansen, USN and World War II
*Victor Davis Hanson, ancient warfare
*Dick Harrison, Swedish & Medieval history
*Clarence H. Haring, Latin American history
*Charles H. Haskins, Americans first medieval historian
*Max Hastings, military historian and journalist
*John Hattendorf, maritime historian
*Ragnhild Hatton, 17th and 18th century European international history
*Denys Hay, (1915 – 1994), medieval and Renaissance Europe
*John Daniel Hayes, American naval historian
*Sir Thomas Little Heath, historian of ancient Greek mathematics
*Jeffrey Herf, German and European history
*Arthur Herman, American and British history
*John Donald Hicks, American history
*Raul Hilberg, history of the Holocaust
*Klaus Hildebrand, 19th-20th German history
*Christopher Hill (historian), (1912 – 2003), 17th century England
*Andreas Hillgruber, 20th German history
*Richard L. Hills (born 1936), history of technology
*Gertrude Himmelfarb, (born 1924) 19th century British intellectual, social and cultural history
*Harry Hinsley, (1918 – 1998), English historian and cryptanalyst (Bletchley Park)
*Eric Hobsbawm, (born 1917) British historian, labour history
*Marshall Hodgson, History of Islamic Civilization
*Richard Hofstadter, (1916 – 1970), American political historian, intellectual historian, author of "The American Political Tradition: And the Men Who Made It", "The Age of Reform", and "Anti-Intellectualism in American Life"
*David Hoggan, neo-Nazi historian.
*Richard Holmes, Military History.
*Sanford Holst, ancient history, Phoenicians, world history.
*Ed Hooper, Southern Appalachia, Tennessee, Old South
*A. G. Hopkins, British historian
*Keith Hopkins, Ancient Historian and Sociologist.
*William Hoskins, Landscape History
*Albert Hourani, Middle Eastern history
*Daniel Horowitz, United States intellectual history; history of consumer culture
*Joseph Kinsey Howard, (1906-1951), history of Montana and prairie Canada
*John M. Howe, medieval
*Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz, history of women, sexuality, and higher education
*Michiel Horn, Canadian history and Canadian academic history
*Heng Kang Wei, History of China and German states
*Alistair Horne, modern French history
*Michael Howard
*Tristram Hunt, (born 1974)
*Michael Ignatieff, (born 1947) author of "Virtual War: Kosovo and Beyond"
*Eiko Ikegami, Japanese historian, author of "The Taming of the Samurai"
*Halil Inalcik, Turkish historian of the Ottoman Empire
*Jonathan Israel (born 1946), British historian of the Netherlands, the Age of Enlightenment and European Jewry

J-K

*Eberhard Jäckel, Nazi Germany
*Joydip Barua, Bengali Buddhist
*Julian T. Jackson, French Historian
*Harold James, modern Germany, modern European economic history
*Nikoloz Janashia, (1931 – 1982), history of Georgia and the Caucasus
*Simon Janashia, (1900 – 1947), history of Georgia and the Caucasus
*Pawel Jasienica, (1909 – 1970), Polish historian, Polish history
*Francis Jennings, history of native American peoples
*Marius Jensen, American historian, author of "China in the Tokugawa World"
*Merrill Jensen (1905 – 1980), American Revolution, U.S. Articles of Confederation
*Paul Johansen, Estonian historian, medieval Estonian history
*Amy Johnson (I), American historian, modern Egyptian history
*Paul Johnson, (born 1928), British historian, Western civilization
*Robert Erwin Johnson (1923-2008), American naval and coast guard historian
*Mauno Jokipii, Finnish historian, World War II
*Gwyn Jones, medieval history
*Loe de Jong, Dutch historian, author of "The Kingdom of the Netherlands during the Second World War"
*Gregory J. Kasza, American historian, author of "The State and the Mass Media in Japan, 1918-1945"
*Tony Judt, British historian, specializing in contemporary European studies
*Donald Kagan, ancient Greek history
*John Keegan, (born 1934) English historian, popular military history
*Hans Kelsen, legal history
*John H. Kemble, American maritime historian
*Elizabeth Topham Kennan - medievalist and former president, Mount Holyoke College
*George F. Kennan, (a.k.a. 'X') American diplomat and historian, history of US-Soviet relations
*James Kennedy, American historian, history of the Netherlands
*Paul Kennedy, British historian, author of influential "The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers"
*W. Hudson Kensel, western American historian
*Linda Kerber, women in Revolutionary America
*Ian Kershaw, German history
*Daniel J. Kevles, history of science, "In the Name of Eugenics," and "The Physicists"
*Vilen Khlgatyan, History of the ancient Near East
*France Kidrič, (1880 – 1950), literary history
*Michael King (1945-2004), New Zealand history
*Simon Kitson, Historian of Vichy France
*Matti Klinge, Finnish historian
*R.J.B. Knight, British naval historian
*Bruce A. Knox, British Imperial History; Monarchialism and Republicanism in Australia
*Dudley Wright Knox, (1877 – 1960), American naval historian
*Eberhard Kolb, German historian
*Gabriel Kolko
*Claudia Koonz, women's history under Nazi Germany.
*Kim Jung-bae, (born 1940), Korean historian
*Andrey Korotayev, (born 1961), Cliometrics
*Halvdan Koth, Norwegian historian and politician
*Rotem Kowner, Japanese modern history
*Thomas Kuhn, (1922 – 1996), history of science, author of "The Copernican Revolution", "Black-Body Theory and the Quantum Discontinuity", and the influential "The Structure of Scientific Revolutions"

L

*Benjamin Woods Labaree, American colonial and maritime history
*Brij Lal, history of Fiji
*Sione Lātūkefu, Tongan history
*Leonard Woods Labaree, editor of the Benjamin Franklin Papers
*Leopold Labedz(1920 – 1993), Soviet history
*Gerhart B. Ladner, medieval religious
*Michael Laffan, Irish historian
*Andrew Lambert, British naval history
*William L. Langer, (1896 – 1977), US historian, World and diplomatic history
*David Lavender, (1910 – 2003), history of the American West
*Walter LaFeber, diplomatic history
*Melvyn Leffler, modern international relations
*Jacques Le Goff, medieval French historian
*William Leuchtenburg, American political and legal history
*Barbara Levick, English historian; Roman emperors
*Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie, French historian, pioneer in the fields of history from below and microhistory
*Lee Ki-baek, (1924 – 2004), Korean historian
*Li Ao, (born 1935), Chinese historian
*Basil Liddell Hart, British military historian.
*Leon F. Litwack, American history, African-American history, author of "Been in the Storm so Long: The Aftermath of Slavery", and "Trouble in Mind: Black Southerners in the Age of Jim Crow"
*Mario Liverani, ancient Middle East
*John Edward Lloyd, historian of Welshness
*James W. Loewen, American history, author of "Lies My Teacher Told Me"
* Walter Lord, American history, author of A Night to Remember
*David J. Logan, Australian history, "The Role of The Crown in Australia"
*William Roger Louis, history of the British Empire
*John Lukacs, Hungarian-American historian of modern Europe.

M

*Sr. Margaret MacCurtain, Irish medievalist
*Charles B. MacDonald, World War II
*Stuart Macintyre (born 1947), Australian history
*Forrest McDonald early national US, presidency
*K. B. McFarlane, English medievalist
*Kenneth "Kenny" McGuigan, Marxist Theory/History:“John Maclean - A Working Class Hero”2005
*Robert Machray
*Robert Tracy McKenzie, American Civil War
*Rosamond McKitterick
*Margaret MacMillan 20th century international relations, author of "Paris 1919", among others.
*Ramsay MacMullen, Roman history
*Magnus Magnusson, Norse history
*Piers Mackesy, British military history
*J. D. Mackie Scottish historian
*Leonard Maltin, famous Disney historian
*Charles S. Maier, 20th century Europe
*William Manchester, Author of "The Last Lion", among others. A definitive Churchill biographer.
*Golo Mann, (1909 – 1994)
*Robert Mann, American historian of the Vietnam War, wrote "A Grand Delusion: America's Descent into Vietnam"
*Arthur Marder, British naval history
*Alexander Marion, religious historian specializing in Christian Secret Societies and a specialist on medieval religion and Freemasonry in the Early United States.
*Felix Markham, Napoleon Bonaparte
*Inga Markovits, author of "Imperfect Justice: An East-West German Diary"
*Timothy Mason, history of Nazi Germany
*Henri-Jean Martin, history of the book, early printing, writing, libraries in France
*Tyrone G. Martin, USS "Constitution"
*Rev. F.X. Martin, Irish medievalist and campaigner
*Michael Marrus, French and Jewish history
*David McCullough, American. Two-time winner of both the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award
*William S. McFeely - 1982 Pulitzer Prize for Biography or Autobiography for "Grant: A Biography"
*James M. McPherson, very noteworthy US Civil War historian; wrote "Battle Cry of Freedom"
*William McNeill, world history
*Laurence Marvin, American historian, French medievalist
*Yoshihisa Tak Matsutaka, wrote "The Making of Japanese Manchuria, 1904-1932"
*Garrett Mattingly, early modern Europe
*Arno J. Mayer, World War I and Europe
*Richard Maybury, United States, especially WWI, WWII, and the Middle East
*Friedrich Meinecke, German historian
*D. W. Meinig, geographic history of America
*Russell Menard, Colonial American
*Thomas C. Mendenhall (historian)
*Josef W. Meri, Islamic world, Jews of Islamic Lands, Interfaith Relations
*Barbara Metcalf, Indian subcontinent, Muslims of India and Pakistan
*Perry Miller, intellectual historian
*Hans Mommsen
*Wolfgang Mommsen
*Edmund Morgan American colonial and Revolution
*Kenneth O. Morgan
*William J. Morgan (historian), U.S. naval historian
*Samuel Eliot Morison, naval history
*Benny Morris, Middle-Eastern history
*George Mosse, German, Jewish, fascist and sexual history
*Gary Moulton, Lewis and Clark
*Roland Mousnier, early modern France
*Mubarak Ali (b. 1941) Pakistani Historian on Mughals era and feminism
*Lewis Mumford, (1895 – 1988)

N-Q

*Lewis Bernstein Namier, 18th century British history and 20th century diplomatic history
*Allan Nevins, US political and business history; Civil War
*Leo Niehorster, military history
*Frank Ninkovich 20c
*Ernst Nolte, fascism and communism
*Robert Novick, historiography
*Robin O'Neil, Holocaust researcher
*David Oates, Ancient Middle East
*Heiko Oberman, Reformation
*W. H. Oliver (born 1925), New Zealand history
*Charles Oman, 19th century military history
*Michael Oren, Modern middle east
*Ilber Ortayli, Turkish historian of the Ottoman Empire
*Mark Ovenden, Graphic design & architecture in public transport
*Richard Overy, WW2
*Steven Ozment, Germany
*Michael Parenti, 20th-21st century political analyst and modern/classical historian.
*Simo Parpola, Ancient Middle East
*J. H. Parry, maritime historian
*Thomas Paterson Cold War
*Peter Paret, military history
*Geoffrey Parker, early modern military history
*Geoffrey A. Park, Current Future Things that may some day end up in a book, also, Long haired hippie loving homo
*Abel Paz Spanish anarchist movement
*Henry Francis Pelham, Roman history
*William Armstrong Percy, Medieval Europe and ancient Greek and Roman history. History of Homosexuality.
*Amos Perlmutter
*Hrvoje Petric, early modern history, environmental history, economic history
*Detlev Peukert, historian of Alltagsgeschichte (history of everyday life) in the Weimar & Nazi eras.
*Liza Picard, London
*Harry W. Pfanz, U.S. Civil War
*Boris B. Piotrovsky, (1908 – 1990), Urartu and Scythia
*Richard Pipes, Russian and Soviet
*J.H. Plumb, (1911 – 2001), British historian of the 18th century
*J. G. A. Pocock (born 1924), early modern period and Enlightenment
*Jeremy D. Popkin The French Revolution
*Roy Porter, (1946 – 2002), history of medicine & Britain
*Gordon W. Prange, American Historian, World War II Pacific, notably Pearl Harbor and Midway
*Joshua Prawer, Israeli historian of the Crusader states
*Michael C. Prestwich, leading historian of later Plantagenet England
*Ivan Prijatelj, (1875 – 1937), literary history
*Janko Prunk, (1942 - ) Slovenian historian for modern history
*Wailun Quan, Chinese Historian, Warring States Period and Qin Dynasty

R

*Werner Rahn, German naval history
*Karen Ralls Medieval religion and music. Author of books on Knights Templar
*Jack N. Rakove, US Constitution and early politics
*Šerbo Rastoder, Montenegrin history from the 20th century to today
*René Rémond, French political history
*Henry A. Reynolds (born 1938), Aboriginal - white relations in Australia
*Susan Reynolds, critic of feudal concepts in medieval history
*Richard Rhodes, The Manhattan Project, the Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs, and the SS-Einsatzgruppen
* Admiral Sir Herbert Richmond, British naval historian
*Jonathan Riley-Smith, Crusades
*Charles Ritcheson, Anglo-American relations 1775-1815
*Gerhard Ritter, German history.
*Andrew Roberts, British history.
*B. H. Roberts, (1857 – 1933), Mormon historian and leader
*J. M. Roberts, European history
*N.A.M. Rodger, British naval history
*William Ledyard Rodgers, ancient naval history
*Sue Rabbitt Roff, American science
*Alex Roland, history of technology, military
*José Luis Romero, Argentina
*Theodore Ropp, military historian
*W.J. Rorabaugh, 19th and 20th century U.S.
*Ron Rosenbaum, Hitler
*Charles E. Rosenberg, medicine and science
*Stephen Roskill, British naval history
*Theodore Roosevelt, War of 1812, frontier
*Michael Rostovtzeff, ancient history
*Hans Rothfels, modern German history
*Sheila Rowbotham, (born 1943) Feminism Socialism
*Elizabeth Ashman Rowe, Historiography of Scandinavian/Icelandic Annals; Med.Lit.
*Herbert H. Rowen, Dutch history
*A. L. Rowse, (1903 – 1997)
*Miri Rubin, social history of Europe between 1100-1600.
*R. J. Rummel, genocide
*Steven Runciman, Crusades
*Leila J.Rupp , feminist historian
*Conrad Russell, 17th century Britain
*Cornelius Ryan, (1920 – 1974), World War II
*Boris Rybakov, (1908 – 2001), leader of Soviet anti-Normanists

*Ram Sharan Sharma Eminent Historian of Ancient India
*Abram L. Sachar, (1899 – 1993)
*Edgar V. Saks, (1910–1984), Estonian Middle Ages
*Richard G. Salomon, (1884-1966), German-American medievalist and Church historian
*J. Salwyn Schapiro, fascism
*Dominic Sandbrook, (born 1974), modern Britain and the United States
*Usha Sanyal, Asian history, Islam and Sufism, especially Barelwi movement
*George Sarton, (1884 – 1956), history of science
*Norman Saul
*Jack Scarisbrick, early modern Europe, Henry VIII
*Michael Schaller
*Simon Schama, (born 1945), British historian and TV presenter, European and art history
*Ferdinand Scheville, (1868–1954), author of "A History of Europe: From the Reformation to the Present Day"
*Arthur Schlesinger, Sr.
*Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Andrew Jackson, New Deal, John Kennedy, Robert Kennedy; Pulitzer prize winner
*Jean-Claude Schmitt, Middle Ages
*David Schoenbaum, modern German history & American-Israeli relations.
*Carl Schorske, Vienna, Modernism, intellectual history.
*Helena Schrader, Ancient Sparta, Knights Templar, Middle Ages, WWII German Resistance, WWII Women Aviators
*Paul W. Schroeder, late sixteenth- to twentieth-century European international politics, Central Europe, theory of history
*D. M. Schurman, British imperial and naval history
*Stephen Schwartz
*Joan Scott US Feminism
*Howard Hayes Scullard, (1903 – 1983), ancient history
*Tom Segev, Israeli history
*Charles G. Sellers Jacksonian era
*Robert Service Soviet and Russian history
*Kenneth Setton, Crusades
*James J. Sheehan modern Germany
*Michael Sherry US airpower
*William L. Shirer, American journalist, expert on the Third Reich, wrote The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich
*Dasharatha Sharma, History of Rajasthan
*Keith Sinclair (1922-1993), New Zealand history
*Nathan Sivin, History of Chinese science and technology, Chinese astronomy, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Chinese philosophy, Chinese religion, etc.
*Quentin Skinner, early modern Britain
*Theda Skocpol, Institutions and comparative method
*Richard Slotkin, Environment
*Goldwin Smith, (1823 – 1910), historian
*Henry Nash Smith US cultural historian
*Jean Edward Smith US Foreign Policy, Constitutional Law, Legal History, Political Economy, Biography, Modern Germany
*Justin Harvey Smith, Mexican-American war; Pulitzer Prize winner
*Merritt Roe Smith, US historian of technology
*Richard Norton Smith, U.S. presidential historian.
*Thomas C. Smith, (1917 – 2004), Japanese historian, author "The Agrarian Origins of Modern Japan"
*T. C. Smout Scottish environmental and social historian
*Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, (born 1918), Russian historian and novelist
*Christy Jo Snider, American History
*Louis Leo Snyder, German nationalism
*Albert Soboul, (1913 – 1982), French revolution
*Richard Southern, medieval historian
*Dr. E. Lee Spence, (born 1947), shipwreck historian (16th-21st century shipwrecks, worldwide) and pioneer underwater archaeologist; author of numerous books, including [http://worldcat.org/oclc/32431590&referer=one_hit "Treasures of the Confederate Coast, "the real Rhett Butler" & Other Revelations"] (see [http://www.amazon.com/review/product/1886391017?showViewpoints=1 book review,] Rhett Butler, George Alfred Trenholm)
*Jonathan Spence, Chinese history
*Jackson J. Spielvogel, Pennsylvania State University
*Kenneth Stampp, American history, author "The Peculiar Institution: Slavery in the Ante-Bellum South"
*David Starkey, (born 1945), Tudor historian and TV presenter
*James M. Stayer, German Reformation historian.
*Wickham Steed, British historian of Eastern Europe.
*Valerie Steele, fashion historian
*Gerald J. Steinacher, Austrian Historian on Nazi-Germany
*Rowlee Steiner, American Ohio Railroad Historian
*Jean Stengers, Belgian historian
*Frank Stenton, Anglo-Saxon historian.
*Fritz Stern, American historian of Germany & Jewish history.
*Zeev Sternhell, history of fascism.
*William N. Still, Jr., U.S. naval history and Confederate naval history
*Lawrence Stone, early modern British social, economic and family history
*Norman Stone, military history
*Hew Strachan, military historian
*Floyd Benjamin Streeter, Kansas, Old American West
*Michael Stürmer, modern German history.
*Viktor Suvorov, Soviet historian
*David Syrett, British naval history
*Ronald Syme, (1903 – 1989), ancient history

T

*J. L. Talmon,(1916 – 1980), Modern History, "The Origins of Totalitarian Democracy"
*A.J.P. Taylor, (1906 – 1990), Historian of European International relations
*Alexander Smith Taylor (1817 – 1876), considered first bibliographer of California, best known for his "Indianology of California".
*Alasdair and Hettie Tayler, Scottish historians
*Ronald Takaki, American, ethnic studies historian
*Antonio Tellez, (1921 – 2005), Spanish Anarchism and anti-fascist resistance
*Harold Temperley, (1879 – 1939), British historian, Cambridge, 19c and early 20c century diplomatic history, "British Documents on the Originis of the War, 1898-1914" (ed.)
*Romila Thapar, (born 1931), Ancient India
*Barbara Thiering, (born 1930), Rediscovered the "Pesher technique" of early Christian history
*Hugh Thomas, Spanish Civil War, Cuba, Atlantic Slave Trade
*E. P. Thompson, (1924 – 1993), British Labour historian and peace activist, author of "The Making of the English Working Class"
*Elise Tipton, American and Australian historian, author of "Japanese Police State: Tokko in Interwar Japan"
*John Toland, (1912-2004), won 1971 Pulitzer Prize for "The Rising Sun" and Pearl Harbor conspiracy theorist who wrote 'Infamy.'
*K. Ross Toole, (1920-1981), history of Montana
*Conrad Totman, American historian, wrote "A History of Japan"
*Marc Trachtenberg, Cold War history
*Frank Trentmann, (born 1965), writes on the hsitroy of economics, civil society and consumption
*Hugh Trevor-Roper, (1914 – 2003), British historian and peer, specialist on the Nazi leadership
*Paul Trio, Belgian Medieval historian of the Catholic university of Leuven. Specialist on western European brotherships of moncks in the Middle Ages.
*Barbara Tuchman, (1912 – 1989) 20c military
*Robert C. Tucker, Stalin
*Peter Turchin, (born 1958), Cliodynamics
*Henry Ashby Turner, Jr., Weimar and Nazi Germany
*Frederick Jackson Turner, (1861 – 1932), American historian who developed the Frontier Thesis
*Denis Twitchett, (1925-2006), Cambridge scholar who greatly exapanded interest in the History of China
*Michael J. Varhola, (born 1966), American author of "Fire & Ice: The Korean War, 1950-1953", "D-Day: The Invasion of Normandy" (with Randy Holderfield), and "Everyday Life During the Civil War".

U

*Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, Historian of Early America
*Mladen Urem, Croatian literary historian
*Levan Urushadze (born 1964), Georgian historian
*Eva-Helen Ulvros Swedish historian of female history.

V

*Jean-Pierre Vernant, French historian, ancient Greece
*Paul Veyne, French historian, ancient Greece and Rome
*Pierre Vidal-Naquet, French historian, ancient Greece, Civil Rights activist
*Hans van de Ven, Dutch-born British historian, modern China

W

*John Waiko (born 1944), Papua New Guinean history
*Retha Warnicke, (born 1939), Tudor history & gender issues
*Eugen Weber, modern French history
*Cicely Veronica Wedgwood, (1910 – 1997) British
*Hans-Ulrich Wehler, 19c German social history
*Russell Weigley, military history
*Gerhard Weinberg, World War Two.
*Albert Weisbord
*Roberto Weiss Renaissance historian
*Frank Welsh (born 1931), British imperial history
*Lieselotte Welskopf-Henrich
*Godfrey Wettinger, Maltese Medieval Historian
*Christopher Whatley, Scottish historian
*John Wheeler-Bennett, German history
*John Whyte, focused on Northern Ireland and on divided societies
*Christopher Wickham, medieval history
*Robert Wiebe, (1930 – 2000) US Progressive Era
*Peter Booth Wiley, American; Opening of Japan
*Alexander Wilkinson,(born 1975)Early Modern European History, The History of the Book in France, Spain & Portugal, Mary Queen of Scots
*Eric Williams, (1911 – ), Guianese historian, Caribbean history, anti-imperialist themes
*Glanmor Williams
*Glyndwr Williams, history of exploration
*William Appleman Williams US diplomatic
*Clyde N. Wilson, 19c American; John C. Calhoun
*Ian Wilson, (born 1941) religious historian
*Heinrich August Winkler, (born 1938) German history
*Keith Windschuttle, (born 1942) Australian history & historiography
*Gordon Wright, Modern French History
*Robert S. Wistrich, Anti-Semitism, the Holocaust, and Jews in the 20th Century, wrote Hitler and the Holocaust
*John B. Wolf, French history
*Michael Wolffsohn, German Jewish history.
*Gordon S. Wood, American Revolution
*Michael Wood
*C. Vann Woodward, (1908 – 1999), American South
*Ernest Llewellyn Woodward, (1890-1971), British historian, British history and international relations
*Dan Wright (born 1981), British historian
*Lawrence C. Wroth, American printing trade

X-Y-Z

*Larry Yarak, (born 1949), historian of Africa, specializes in the village of Elmina in the West African nation of Ghana
*Robert J. Young, Canadian historian of the French Third Republic.
*Robert M. Young, (born 1935), American historian, history of medicine, and human sciences.
*Alfred-Maurice de Zayas, Cuban-American historian of the German expulsions after World War Two.
*Howard Zinn, (born 1922) American historian, popular U.S. history, the Left in the U.S.
*Rainer Zitelmann, German historian.
*Louay Youssef, WWII and medieval period historian.

Unsorted

*Claude Mossé, (Ms), historian
*Pierre Vilar, historian

ee also

*List of Canadian historians
*List of Irish historians
*List of Jewish historians
*Lists of authors
*Historian

References

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