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List of historians by area of study

This is a list of historians categorized by their area of study. See also List of historians.

Contents

  • By time period 1
    • Ancient history 1.1
    • Medieval history 1.2
  • By nation or geographical area 2
    • North America 2.1
      • History of Canada 2.1.1
      • History of the Caribbean 2.1.2
      • History of the United States 2.1.3
    • Latin America 2.2
      • History of Latin America 2.2.1
      • Brasil 2.2.2
      • Chile 2.2.3
    • Europe 2.3
      • History of Europe 2.3.1
      • History of Belgium 2.3.2
      • History of England and Britain 2.3.3
      • History of the British Empire 2.3.4
      • History of Croatia 2.3.5
      • History of Denmark 2.3.6
      • History of Finland 2.3.7
      • History of France 2.3.8
      • History of Germany 2.3.9
      • History of the Habsburg Monarchy 2.3.10
      • History of Ireland 2.3.11
      • History of Italy 2.3.12
      • History of Moldova/Bessarabia 2.3.13
      • History of the Netherlands 2.3.14
      • History of Norway 2.3.15
      • History of Poland 2.3.16
      • History of Portugal 2.3.17
      • History of Romania 2.3.18
      • History of Russia 2.3.19
      • History of Serbia 2.3.20
      • History of Scotland 2.3.21
        • Historiographer Royal of Scotland 2.3.21.1
      • History of Slovakia 2.3.22
      • History of Slovenia 2.3.23
      • History of Spain 2.3.24
      • History of Sweden 2.3.25
      • History of Yugoslavia 2.3.26
    • Europe and Asia 2.4
      • History of The Republic of Turkey and Turkish Empires 2.4.1
    • Asia 2.5
      • The Middle East 2.5.1
      • South Asia 2.5.2
        • History of the Indian Subcontinent 2.5.2.1
        • History of India 2.5.2.2
        • History of Pakistan 2.5.2.3
      • Far East 2.5.3
        • History of Japan 2.5.3.1
        • History of Korea 2.5.3.2
        • History of China 2.5.3.3
    • Africa 2.6
      • History of the Serers 2.6.1
    • Oceania 2.7
      • History of Australia 2.7.1
      • History of Fiji 2.7.2
      • History of New Zealand 2.7.3
      • History of Tonga 2.7.4
      • History of Papua New Guinea 2.7.5
  • By historical viewpoint 3
    • abolitionist 3.1
    • Counterfactual 3.2
    • Holocaust 3.3
    • Marxist 3.4
    • Nazi 3.5
    • Anarchist 3.6
    • Pacifist 3.7
  • By general category 4
    • Architectural history 4.1
    • Art history 4.2
    • Christianity 4.3
      • Lutheranism 4.3.1
      • Mormonism 4.3.2
      • The Papacy 4.3.3
      • Presbyterianism 4.3.4
    • Economic history 4.4
    • Environmental history 4.5
    • Espionage 4.6
    • Maritime history 4.7
    • Media history 4.8
    • Military history 4.9
    • Naval history 4.10
    • Historiography 4.11
      • Academic protagonists in Australia's "history wars" 4.11.1
    • Gender history 4.12
    • History of ideas, culture, literature, and philosophy 4.13
    • History of business 4.14
    • History of international relations 4.15
    • History of science and technology 4.16
    • Social history 4.17
    • Food history 4.18
  • World history 5
  • Biography 6

By time period

Ancient history

Medieval history

By nation or geographical area

North America

History of Canada

See also List of Canadian historians.

History of the Caribbean

History of the United States

See also Category:Historians of the United States

Latin America

History of Latin America

See also Category:Historians of Latin America

Brasil

Chile

Europe

History of Europe

History of Belgium

History of England and Britain

History of the British Empire


History of Croatia


History of Denmark

History of Finland

History of France

See also List of historians of the French Revolution.

History of Germany

History of the Habsburg Monarchy

History of Ireland

History of Italy

History of Moldova/Bessarabia

History of the Netherlands

History of Norway

History of Poland

History of Portugal

History of Romania

History of Russia

History of Serbia

History of Scotland

Historiographer Royal of Scotland

History of Slovakia

History of Slovenia

History of Spain

History of Sweden

History of Yugoslavia

Europe and Asia

History of The Republic of Turkey and Turkish Empires

  • Halil İnalcık(1916, İstanbul- Türkiye) History of the Ottoman Empire and The Republic of Turkey
  • İlber Ortaylı (1947, Bregen- Österreich) History of the Ottoman Empire and The Republic of Turkey
  • Heath W. Lowry (1942, America)History of the Ottoman Empire and Modern Turkey
  • Mehmet Fuat Köprülü (1890 – 1966,İstanbul- Türkiye) Turcologist and Historian,History of the Ottoman Empire and The Republic of Turkey
  • Yusuf Halaçoğlu (1949, Adana-Türkiye) History of the Ottoman Empire and The Republic of Turkey
  • Reşat Ekrem Koçu (1905- 1975,İstanbul- Türkiye) Writer and Historian,History of the Ottoman Empire
  • Ahmed Cevad Pasha (Kabaağaçlızade Ahmet Cevat Paşa) (1851- 1900, İstanbul- Türkiye) An Ottoman Statesman (Grand Vizier), History of the Ottoman Empire
  • Aşıkpaşazade (Âşıkpasazâde Derviş Ahmet Âşıkî)(yak. 1400,Amasya - yak. 1484, The Ottoman Empire/ Türkiye) History of the Ottoman Empire
  • Ibn Kemal (Kemal Paşazade (ibn-i Kemâl))(1468-1534,The Ottoman Empire/ Türkiye) An Ottoman Statesman,History of the Ottoman Empire
  • Koçi Bey (Mustafa Koçi Bey)(?-1650,The Ottoman Empire/ Türkiye) An Ottoman Statesman, History of the Ottoman Empire
  • Katip Çelebi (Haci Halife Kalfa) (1609-1657, İstanbul, The Ottoman Empire/ Türkiye) History of the Ottoman Empire

Asia

The Middle East

South Asia

History of the Indian Subcontinent
History of India


History of Pakistan

Far East

History of Japan
History of Korea
History of China

Africa

History of the Serers

Oceania

History of Australia

History of Fiji

History of New Zealand

History of Tonga

History of Papua New Guinea

By historical viewpoint

abolitionist

  • African-American historian

Counterfactual

  • Niall Ferguson, Virtual History: Alternatives and Counterfactuals (1997)

Holocaust

Marxist

Nazi

Anarchist

Pacifist

  • Ludwig Quidde (1858–1941) – Prescient German pacifist and student of history who combined his specialties in his condemnation of Kaiser Wilhelm II

By general category

Architectural history

Art history

  • Vincent Cronin (born 1924) – French and Italian art and architectural history
  • Nicholas Pevsner (1903–1983) History of art and English architecture
  • Simon Schama (born 1945) – Art history
  • Ichimatsu Tanaka (1895–1983), Japanese art history
  • Yukio Yashiro (1890–1975), Japanese art history; Botticelli and the Florentine Renaissance
  • Nurhan Atasoy (1934,Tokat- Türkiye), Turkish and Islamic Art History
  • Oleg Grabar (1929, Strasbourg- France; 2011,New Jersey- America) Islamic Art History

Christianity

Lutheranism

Mormonism

The Papacy

Presbyterianism

Economic history

Environmental history

Espionage

Maritime history

Media history

History of newspapers and magazines, History of radio, History of television, and History of the Internet

Military history

Naval history

Historiography

Academic protagonists in Australia's "history wars"

Gender history

  • John Boswell (1947–1994, American) – Homosexuality in medieval times
  • George Mosse
  • Retha Warnicke (born 1939) – Gender issues

History of ideas, culture, literature, and philosophy

History of business

History of international relations

History of science and technology

Social history

Food history

World history

Biography

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