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    • Historian

    • A historian is a person who researches, studies, and writes about the past, and is regarded as an authority on it. Historians are concerned with the continuous, methodical narrative and research of past events as relating to the human race; as well as the study of all history in time. If the individual is concerned wit ... Read »


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    • List of historians

    • This is a list of historians. The names are grouped by order of the historical period in which they were living and producing works, which is not necessarily the same as the period in which they specialize. Chroniclers and annalists, though they are not historians in the true sense, are also listed here for convenien ... Read »


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    • Abbas Amanat

    • Abbas Amanat (Persian: عباس امانت‎‎) (born November 14, 1947) is an Iranian-American Professor of History & International Studies at Yale University. He received his B.A. from Tehran University in 1971 and his D.Phil. from Oxford University in 1981. He is the brother of the architec ... Read »


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    • Andy Wood (historian)

    • Andy Wood is a British historian of early modern England. ... Read »


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    • Tovma Artsruni

    • Tovma Artsruni (Armenian: Ô¹Õ¸Õ¾Õ´Õ¡ Արծրունի; also known in English-language historiography as Thomas Artsruni; precise birth date and date of death unknown) was a ninth-century to tenth-century Armenian historian and author of the History of the House of Artsrunik (Armenian: Պա ... Read »


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    • Atthidographer

    • In ancient Greece, Atthidographers (Ancient Greek: Ἀτθιδογράφος, atthidographos) were local historians of Attica. They wrote histories of Athens called Atthides (singular: Atthis). Atthidography is the best-attested genre of local history from the ancient Greek world, with fragm ... Read »


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    • Elias Joseph Bickerman

    • Elias Bickerman (July 7, 1897 in Russia – August 31, 1981 in Jerusalem), was a leading scholar of Greco-Roman history and the Hellenistic world. His research interests extended to Judaism and some aspects of Iranian history. ... Read »


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    • Gillian Clark (historian)

    • Gillian Clark, FBA (E. Gillian Clark) is Emerita Professor of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Bristol. She retired from the University of Bristol in 2010. Clark has made a significant contribution to the history, literature, and religion of Late Antiquity. She is currently working on a commentary of A ... Read »


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    • Imre Demhardt

    • Imre Josef Demhardt is an historian of cartography and Garrett professor at the University of Texas at Arlington. ... Read »


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    • Rodolphe Desdunes

    • Rodolphe Desdunes

      Rodolphe Lucien Desdunes (November 15, 1849 – August 14, 1928) was a civil rights activist, poet, historian, journalist, and customs officer primarily active in New Orleans, Louisiana. Later in life he moved to Omaha, Nebraska. In Louisiana he was a militiaman involved in the Battle of Liberty Place. Later, he was ... Read »


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    • George El Andary

    • George El Andary

      Dr. Sheikh George El Andary (Arabic: الدكتور الشيـخ جورج العنداري‎‎) the International researcher in archaeology, museums and manuscripts, is the son of sheikh Nematallah El Andary, the grandson of sheikh Isaac bin sheikh Elias El Anda ... Read »


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    • Ermentar of Noirmoutier

    • Ermentar of Noirmoutier, also called Ermentarius Tornusiensis (fl. 863), was a monk and historian of the abbey of Saint-Philibert de Tournus. He wrote a vivid prose chronicle, De translationibus et miraculis sancti Filiberti, recounting the disruption of his community by Viking raids and its transfer from the Breton is ... Read »


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    • Farina Mir

    • Farina Mir is a historian and a professor at the University of Michigan. She has a keen interest in the history of colonial and postcolonial South Asia, with a particular interest in the social, cultural, and religious history of late-colonial north India. In 1993, Mir received her B.A. in English literature and A ... Read »


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    • Francesco Maria Emanuele Gaetani

    • Francesco Maria Emanuele Gaetani (1720–1802), marquis of Villabianca, was a Sicilian nobleman and historian. Gaetani was born in Palermo, and held public office there. He was senator of the city in 1775–76. He studied and wrote about the history of Sicily. He died in Palermo in 1802. His principal publicati ... Read »


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    • George H. Everett Jeffery

    • George H. Everett Jeffery (1855-1935) was the Curator of Ancient Monuments in Cyprus from 1903 until his death in 1935. Among his publications is the authoritative Description of the Historical Monuments of Cyprus, published in 1918 and frequently reprinted. His public contributions include the supervision of the const ... Read »


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    • Ludwig Eiber

    • Ludwig Eiber (born 1945) is a German historian and author. He is widely acknowledged as an expert on the post-World War II Allied war crimes trials of the Nazis. In particular, he has expertise in the Dachau trials. Eiber studied History at the University of Munich and received his doctorate there in 1978 with his ... Read »


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    • Michael Goebel

    • Michael Goebel (born 1976) is a German historian. Since 2015 he has been Professor of Global and Latin American history at Freie Universität Berlin. Born in Munich, Goebel studied History at Freie Universität Berlin and University College London, where he received his Ph.D. in 2006. He subsequently held a Pa ... Read »


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    • Andrew Gow

    • Andrew Colin Gow is a Canadian historian of medieval and early modern Europe and a noted scholar of early modern witchcraft. He completed his Ph.D with the Reformation scholar Heiko Oberman. Gow is currently Professor of History and Director of the Program of Religious Studies at the University of Alberta. He also serv ... Read »


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    • John Heatwole

    • John L. Heatwole (1948-2006) was an artist, historian, tour guide, and storyteller who gathered and preserved hundreds of oral history and folklore stories from the Shenandoah Valley and throughout Virginia and West Virginia through writings, lectures, and radio programs. Heatwole was born in Washington, DC and grew ... Read »


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    • N. D. G. James

    • Noel David Glaves James known as Jimmy (1912-1993) was an author and historian of forestry. His works included: ... Read »


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    • Madhavi Kale

    • Madhavi Kale is professor of history of Bryn Mawr College and associate professor at the University of Toronto Scarborough. Kale received her BA from Yale University and her PhD from the University of Pennsylvania. Kale is a specialist in British and imperial history. She has been a critic of some historians of the em ... Read »


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    • Herbert Kliebard

    • Herbert M. Kliebard was a historian of education and professor emeritus at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He is best known for his 1995 book, The Struggle for the American Curriculum. ... Read »


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    • Felix Klos

    • Felix Klos (1992) is an American / Dutch historian, political scientist and author. Klos was educated at the University of Oxford, Lincoln college (M.St., Modern European and British History, Distinction, 2015) and Middlebury College Vt. (BA, Political Science, Magna Cum Laude, Highest Honors, 2014) His academic work ... Read »


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    • LaDonna Brave Bull Allard

    • Ladonna Brave Bull Allard is a Lakota historian and activist. In April 2016, she founded the first resistance camp of the Dakota Access Pipeline protests, Sacred Stones, aimed at halting the Dakota Access Pipeline near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in North Dakota. Allard is an enrolled member of, and former hi ... Read »


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    • Ira Landis

    • Ira David Landis (12 January 1899 - 27 February, 1977) was a Mennonite minister, historian and writer. He was also a farmer in Lititz, PA. He was editor of, and prolific contributor to, the quarterly Mennonite Research Journal, that was published from April 1960 through October 1977. He was president of the Pennsylvan ... Read »


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    • Yevgeny S. Levitin

    • Yevgeny S. Levitin (1930-1998) - art historian. He worked at the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow. Author of the book "Modern graphics capitalist countries of Europe and America" (Wiley, 1959). Levitin also compiled catalogs of exhibitions of contemporary artists of Switzerland, Brazil, Mexico and other coun ... Read »


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    • Michael R. Licona

    • Michael R. Licona

      Michael R. 'Mike' Licona (born July 17, 1961) is an American New Testament scholar, Christian apologist and historian. He is Associate Professor in Theology at Houston Baptist University and the director of Risen Jesus, Inc. Licona specializes in the Resurrection of Jesus, and in the literary analysis of the Gospels as ... Read »


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    • Kevin J. Madigan

    • Kevin J. Madigan is a historian of Christianity at Harvard University, where he has taught for over fifteen years. A member of the Faculty of Divinity, he has also served on Harvard's Committee on the Study of Religion, the Medieval Studies Committee, and the Center for Jewish Studies. Since 2009, Madigan has been Winn ... Read »


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    • Manan Ahmed Asif

    • Manan Ahmed Asif is a historian and professor at University of Columbia in New York City. He is the founder of the South Asia blog Chapati Mystery. He was born in Pakistan. He is an alumnus of Punjab University, Lahore. He completed his graduation from Miami University of Ohio campus in 1997 and he did Ph.D. from Univ ... Read »


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    • Monica Charlot

    • Monica Charlot

      Monica Charlot OBE née Monica Huber (1933–2005) was a historian and political scientist. Monica Hubert was born at 6 Maitland Villas, Chalk Farm, in the St Pancras Borough, London, on 31 May 1933. Her father, Joseph, worked at the Swiss consulate. He and Doris May Hubert (née Fickling) had three children. M ... Read »


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    • John Mraz

    • John Mraz (California, 1943) is a historian of modern mass media and a photographer. Mraz has written books and articles that do history of and through photography. He has directed documentary films, videotapes and digital productions about historical subjects, and has analyzed the portrayal of history in feature ... Read »


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    • Jane Mulvagh

    • Jane Mulvagh is an Irish-born journalist and social historian, specialising in British history. She is best known for her history of Madresfield Court, the English country house upon which Evelyn Waugh based his novel Brideshead Revisited. Mulvagh has Irish roots and was educated at an English convent before going ... Read »


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    • Marjorie Reeves

    • Marjorie Ethel Reeves, CBE, FBA (17 July 1905 – 27 November 2003) was a British historian and educationalist. She served on several national committees and was a major contributor to the education of history in Britain. She helped create St Anne's College as part of Oxford University in 1952. She led a revival of ... Read »


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    • Heather Cox Richardson

    • Heather Cox Richardson is an American historian and Professor of History at Boston College, where she teaches courses on the American Civil War, the Reconstruction Era, the American West, and Plains Indians. She previously taught at MIT and the University of Massachusetts. Richardson has authored five books and is cur ... Read »


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    • Stefan Rinke

    • Stefan Rinke (born December 31, 1965) is a German historian and specialist in Latin American history. Since 2005 he has been Professor at the Institute of Latin American Studies and at the Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut at Freie Universität Berlin. Born in Helmstedt, West Germany, Rinke studied History and America ... Read »


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    • David Salsburg

    • David S. Salsburg (born 1931) gained fame as the author of The Lady Tasting Tea, subtitled How Statistics Revolutionized Science in the Twentieth Century. The Lady Tasting Tea provides a layman's overview of important developments in the field of statistics in the late 19th and early 20th century, particularly in the a ... Read »


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    • Angelo Segrillo

    • Angelo de Oliveira Segrillo (born October 4, 1958) is a Brazilian historian specialized in Russia and in comparative studies of Russia, the West and Brazil. He holds a B.A. from Missouri State University, a master´s degree from the Pushkin Institute (Moscow, Russia) and a doctorate from Universidade Federal Fluminen ... Read »


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    • Nallam Venkataramayya

    • Nallam Venkataramayya

      Nallam Venkataramayya (Andhra "నాలం వెంకట రామయ్యా") (born 4 Sept 1943) is an Indian physician and surgeon. He is Director of Clinic Nallam, a medical center in Pondicherry, India. Venkataramayya was born at Mummidivaram on 4 September ... Read »


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    • Naoko Shimazu

    • Naoko Shimazu is a professor in the Department of History, Classics and Archaeology at Birkbeck College, University of London. She is a Fernand Braudel fellow at the European University Institute. Her research interests are the "cultural history of international diplomacy, social and cultural history of modern societie ... Read »


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    • Nikolaus Wachsmann

    • Nikolaus Wachsmann (born 1971 in Munich) is professor of modern European history in the Department of History, Classics and Archaeology at Birkbeck College, University of London. He resides in Liverpool. ... Read »


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    • Raymond Westbrook

    • Raymond Westbrook (1946–2009) was a scholar of the legal systems of the ancient Near East. He was born in England, studied law at the University of Oxford, and earned a master's degree in law from the Hebrew University. He was also a lawyer. He studied Assyriology at Yale, and then practised and taught law in Engl ... Read »


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