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  • What does historian mean?
  • A historian is a person who deals with historical information about the past by showing place and time, and systematic information related to the cause-effect relationship.
  • In addition, The Historian is a quarterly magazine published by Phi Alpha Theta, a student community in the United States. It began printing in 1938. Includes historical events. One of the editors is David R. Carr, a student at the University of South Florida.
  • Historians and chroniclers list of the Ancient World
  • Herodotus (484 BC–c. 420 BC), Halicarnassus, wrote the Histories that established Western historiography
  • Thucydides (460 BC–c. 400 BC), Peloponnesian War
  • Xenophon (431 BC–c. 360 BC), Athenian knight and student of Socrates
  • Ctesias (early 4th century BC), Greek historian of Assyrian, Persian, and Indian history
  • Theopompus (c. 380 BC-c. 315 BC), Greek history
  • Eudemus of Rhodes (c. 370-c. 300 BC), Greek historian of science
  • Berossus (early 3rd century BC), Babylonian historian
  • Ptolemy I Soter (367 BC–c. 283 BC), general of Alexander the Great, founder of Ptolemaic Dynasty
  • Duris of Samos (c. 350 BC – after 281 BC), Greek history
  • Manetho (3rd century BC), Egyptian historian and priest from Sebennytos (ancient Egyptian: Tjebnutjer) who lived during the Ptolemaic era
  • Timaeus of Tauromenium (c. 345 BC– c. 250 BC), Greek history
  • Quintus Fabius Pictor (c. 254 BC–?), Roman history
  • Artapanus of Alexandria (late 3rd to early 2nd centuries BC), Jewish historian of Ptolemaic Egypt
  • Cato the Elder (234-149 BC), Roman statesman and historian, author of the Origines
  • Gaius Acilius (fl. 155 BC), Roman history
  • Polybius (203 BC–c. 120 BC), early Roman history (written in Greek)
  • Sempronius Asellio (c. 158 – after 91 BC), early Roman history
  • Sima Tan (165 – 110 BC), Chinese historian and father of Sima Qian, who completed his Records of the Grand Historian
  • Sima Qian (c. 145 BC–c. 86 BC), founder of Chinese historiography who compiled the Records of the Grand Historian (although this was preceded by the Book of Documents and Zuo Zhuan)
  • Agatharchides (fl. mid 2nd century BC), Greek history
  • Posidonius (c. 135 BC – 51 BC), Greek and Roman history
  • Julius Caesar (100 BC–c. 44 BC), Gallic and civil wars
  • Diodorus of Sicily, (1st century BC), Greek history
  • Sallust (86 BC–34 BC), Roman history
  • Liu Xiang (scholar) (79 BC–8 BC) (Chinese Han Dynasty), Chinese history
  • Theophanes of Mytilene (fl. mid 1st century BC), Roman history
  • Dionysius of Halicarnassus (c. 60 BC–after 7 BC), Roman history
  • Strabo (63 BC-24 AD), geography, Greek history
  • Livy (c. 59 BC–c. 17 AD), Roman history
  • Marcus Velleius Paterculus (c. 19 BC–c. 31 AD), Roman history
  • Memnon of Heraclea (fl. 1st century AD), Greek and Roman history
  • Ban Biao (3–54), (Chinese Han Dynasty), started the Book of Han that was completed by his son and daughter
  • Quintus Curtius Rufus (c. 60–70), Greek history
  • Ban Gu, (32–92), (Chinese Han Dynasty), Chinese history
  • Flavius Josephus (37–100), Jewish history
  • Pamphile of Epidaurus, (female historian active during the reign of Nero, r. 54–68), Greek history
  • Ban Zhao (45–116), (Chinese Han Dynasty, China’s first female historian)
  • Thallus (early 2nd century AD), Roman history
  • 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
  • Appian (c. 95–c. 165), Roman history
  • Arrian (c. 92–175), Greek history
  • Lucius Ampelius (3rd century AD?), Roman history
  • Dio Cassius (c. 160–after 229), Roman history
  • Herodian (c. 170–c. 240), Roman history
  • Sextus Julius Africanus (c. 160 – c. 240), early Christian
  • Diogenes Laërtius (fl. c. 230), history of Greek philosophers
  • Chen Shou (233–297), (Chinese Jin Dynasty), compiled the Records of the Three Kingdoms
  • Eusebius of Caesarea (c. 275–c. 339), early Christian
  • Ammianus Marcellinus (c. 325–c. 391), Roman history
  • Fa-Hien (c. 337–c. 422), Chinese Buddhist monk and historian
  • Rufinus of Aquileia (c. 340–410), early Christian
  • Philostorgius (368–c. 439), early Christian
  • Socrates of Constantinople (c. 380–?), early Christian
  • Theodoret (c. 393–c. 457), early Christian
  • Fan Ye (historian) (398–445), Chinese history, compiled the Book of Later Han
  • Priscus (5th century), Byzantine history
  • Sozomen (c. 400–c. 450), early Christian
  • Salvian (c. 400/405–c. 493), early Christian
  • Movses Khorenatsi (13 January 410–488), history of Armenians since 2492 BC
  • Historians and chroniclers of the Medieval World[edit]
  • Shen Yue (441–513), Chinese history of the Liu Song Dynasty (420–479)
  • John Malalas (c. 491–578), Early Christian
  • Zosimus (fl. 491–518), late Roman history
  • Procopius (c. 500–c. 565), Byzantine, useful for writings on the reign of Justinian and Theodora
  • Jordanes (6th century), Goth, who wrote a history of people
  • Gregory of Tours (538–594), A History of the Franks
  • Wei Zheng (580-643), Chinese historian and lead editor of the Book of Sui
  • Baudovinia (fl. c. 600), Frankish nun who wrote a biography of Radegund
  • Yao Silian (d. 637), (Chinese Tang Dynasty), compiled the Book of Liang and Book of Chen
  • Fang Xuanling (579-648), (Chinese Tang Dynasty), compiled the Book of Jin
  • Adamnan (625–704), Irish historian
  • Bede (c. 672–735), Anglo-Saxons
  • Tírechán (fl. c. 655), Irish biographer of Saint Patrick
  • Cogitosus (fl. c. 650), Irish historian
  • Muirchu moccu Machtheni (7th century), Irish historian
  • Paul the Deacon (8th century), Langobards
  • Liu Zhiji (661-721), Chinese history, author of the Shitong, first Chinese work about Chinese historiography and the methods of writing histories
  • Ō no Yasumaro (d. 723), Japanese chronicler and editor of the Kojiki and Nihon Shoki
  • Constantine of Preslav (Late 9th century –Early 10th century), Bulgarian historian
  • Nennius (9th century?), shadowy historian of Wales
  • Martianus Hiberniensis (819–875), Irish teacher and historian
  • Einhard (9th century), biographer of Charlemagne
  • Notker of St Gall (9th century), anecdotal biography of Charlemagne
  • Regino of Prüm (died 915)
  • Asser, Bishop of Sherborne (died 908/909), Welsh historian
  • Muhammad al-Tabari (838–923), Great Persian historian
  • Liu Xu (888-947), Chinese historian and lead editor of the Old Book of Tang
  • 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
  • Thietmar of Merseburg (25 July 975–1 December 1018), German, Polish, and Russian affairs
  • Ibn Rustah (10th century), Persian historian and traveler
  • Song Qi (998-1061), Chinese historian and co-author of the New Book of Tang
  • Ouyang Xiu (1007-1072), Chinese historian and co-author of the New Book of Tang
  • Albert of Aix (fl. circa AD 1100), historian of the First Crusade
  • Nestor the Chronicler (c. 1056–c. 1114, in Kiev), author of the Primary Chronicle
  • Gallus Anonymus (fl. 11th–12th centuries), Polish historian
  • Michael Attaleiates (c. 1015–c. 1080)
  • Michael Psellus (1018–c. 1078)
  • Sima Guang (1019–1086), Chinese historiographer and politician
  • Marianus Scotus (1028–1082/1083), Irish chronicler
  • Guibert of Nogent (1053–1124)
  • Adam of Bremen (second half of the 11th century), historian of Scandinavia, work Gesta Hammaburgensis Ecclesiae Pontificum.
  • 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
  • William of Malmesbury (1095–1143), English
  • Symeon of Durham (died after 1129), English chronicler
  • Anna Comnena (1083–after 1148)
  • Usamah ibn Munqidh (1095–1188)
  • Geoffrey of Monmouth (c. 1100–c. 1155), churchman/historian
  • Helmold of Bosau (ca. 1120–after 1177), German chronicler
  • William of Tyre (c. 1128–1186)
  • Alured of Beverley (fl. 1143), English chronicler
  • William of Newburgh (1135–1198), English historian called “the father of historical criticism”
  • Svend Aagesen (c. 1140/1150–?), Danish historian
  • Mohammed al-Baydhaq (fl. 1150), Moroccan historian
  • 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)
  • Kalhana (c. 12th century), historian of Kashmir and the broader Indian Subcontinent
  • Saxo Grammaticus (12th century), Danish
  • Joannes Zonaras (12th century), Byzantine chronicler
  • Nicetas Choniates (died c. 1220)
  • Snorri Sturluson (c. 1178–1241), Icelandic historian
  • Abdelwahid al-Marrakushi (born 1185), Moroccan historian
  • Ata al-Mulk Juvayni (1226–83), Persian historian
  • Ibn al-Khabbaza (died 1239) Moroccan historian
  • Matthew Paris (died 1259)
  • Domentijan (1210–1264), Serbian monk and chronicler
  • Il-yeon (1206–1289), Korean historian, author of the Samguk Yusa
  • Salimbene di Adam (1221–c. 1290), Italian
  • Abdelaziz al-Malzuzi (died 1298), Moroccan historian
  • Templar of Tyre (c. 1230–1314), end of the Crusades
  • Lê Văn Hưu (1230-1322), Vietnamese history
  • Adam of Eynsham (d. c. 1233), English hagiographer and writer, abbot of Eynsham Abbey
  • Jean de Joinville (1224–1319)
  • Piers Langtoft (died c. 1307)
  • Rashid-al-Din Hamadani (1247–1317), Persian historian
  • Giovanni Villani (1276–1348), Italian chronicler from Florence who wrote the Nuova Cronica
  • Ibn Idhari (late 13th and the early 14th century), Moroccan historian
  • Ibn Abi Zar (fl. 1315), Moroccan historian
  • Abdullah Wassaf (1299–1323), Persian historian
  • Song Lian (1310–1381), (Chinese Ming Dynasty), wrote the History of Yuan
  • Toqto’a (1314–1356), (Chinese Yuan Dynasty) Mongol historian who compiled the History of Song
  • ibn Khaldun (1332–1406), North African historian “of the world”
  • John Clyn (fl. 1333–1349), Irish historian
  • Baldassarre Bonaiuti, (1336–1385), chronicler (historian) of the 14th century
  • Jean Froissart (c. 1337–c. 1405), chronicler
  • Dietrich of Nieheim (c. 1345–1418), ecclesiastic history
  • John of Fordun (d. 1384), Scottish chronicler
  • Ruaidhri Ó Cianáin (died 1387)
  • Christine de Pizan (c. 1365–c. 1430), historian, poet, philosopher
  • Álvar García de Santa María (1370–1460)
  • Seán Mór Ó Dubhagáin (d. 1372)
  • Adhamh Ó Cianáin (d. 1373)
  • Ismail ibn al-Ahmar (1387–1406), Moroccan historian
  • Giolla Íosa Mór Mac Fhirbhisigh (fl. 1390–1418)
  • Zhu Quan (1378-1448), Chinese history
  • John Capgrave (1393–1464)
  • Alphonsus A Sancta Maria (1396–1456)
  • Jan Długosz (1 December 1415 – 19 May 1480), Polish historian and chronicler
  • Sharaf ad-Din Ali Yazdi (d. 1454), Persian historian
  • Cathal Óg Mac Maghnusa (1439–1498), compiler and annalist
  • Philippe de Commines (1447–18 October 1511), French historian
  • Robert Fabyan (d. 1513)
  • Albert Krantz (1450–1517)
  • Hector Boece (1465–1536), Scottish philosopher and historian. Wrote “Historia Gentis Scotorum”
  • 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
  • Francesco Guicciardini (1483–1540), historian of the Italian Wars, “Storia d’Italia”
  • Josias Simmler (1530–1576)
  • Paolo Paruta (1540–1598), Venetian historian
  • Raphael Holinshed (d. c. 1580)
  • Caesar Baronius (1538–1607)
  • Abd al-Qadir Bada’uni (1540–1615), Indo-Persian historian
  • Abd al-Aziz al-Fishtali (1549–1621), Moroccan historian
  • Ahmad Ibn al-Qadi (1553–1616), Moroccan historian
  • John Hayward (1564–1627)
  • Pilip Ballach Ó Duibhgeannáin (fl. 1579–1590)
  • James Ussher (4 January 1581 – 21 March 1656), Chronology of the History of the World
  • William Bradford (1590–1657), Mayflower/Plymouth Colony of America
  • Bahrey (1593), Ethiopian monk and historian. Wrote Zenahu le Galla (History of the Galla, now the Oromo)
  • Early modern historians list (around 1500–1799) Alphabetic
  • Fray Íñigo Abbad y Lasierra (1745–1813), Spanish historian
  • Mohammed Akensus (1797–1877), Moroccan historian
  • Archibald Alison (1792–1867), English historian
  • Abbasgulu Bakikhanov (1794–1847), history of Azerbaijan and the Middle East
  • Teimuraz Bagrationi (1782–1846), history of Georgia and the Caucasus
  • Archibald Bower (1686–1766), Rome
  • Đorđe Branković (1645–1711), Serb history
  • Mary Bonaventure Browne (c. 1610–c. 1670), Poor Clare and Irish historian
  • Josiah Burchett (1666–1746), British naval historian and Admiralty official
  • Ron Chernow (born 1949)
  • Chang Hsüeh-ch’eng (1738–1801), Chinese historian, local histories and essays on historiography
  • Thomas Carlyle (1795–1881), French Revolution; Germany
  • Chaudhry Afzal Haq (1891–1942), Urdu Novelist, writer, historian; Indian Sub-continent
  • Agha Shorish Kashmiri (1917–1975), Urdu historian, poet; Pakistan
  • Janbaz Mirza, Urdu historian, poet; Pakistan
  • Simonas Daukantas (1793–1864), Lithuanian
  • Charles Dezobry (1798–1871), French historian and historical novelist
  • Mohammed al-Duayf (born 1752) Moroccan historian
  • John Colin Dunlop (c. 1785–1842)
  • Laurence Echard (c. 1670–1730), England
  • Abd al-Rahman al-Fasi (1631–1685), Moroccan historian
  • George Finlay, (1799–1875), Greece
  • Abd al-Aziz al-Fishtali (1549–1621), Moroccan historian
  • Francisco Jose Freire (1719–1773), Portuguese historian and philologist
  • Francesco Maria Appendini (1768–1837), Italian historian-Republic of Ragusa
  • Charles du Fresne, sieur du Cange, (1610–1688), Medieval and Byzantine historian and philologist
  • Charlotta Frölich, (1698–1770), Swedish historian
  • Garcilaso de la Vega (1539–1616), Spanish historian, Inca history, culture, and society
  • Erik Gustaf Geijer, Swedish nationalist historian
  • Edward Gibbon (1737–1794), Roman Empire and Byzantium
  • George Grote (1794–1871), classical Greece
  • Giambattista Vico (1688–1744), Italian historian, first modern philosopher of history
  • François Guizot (1787–1874), French historian of general French, English history
  • Edward Hasted (1732–1812), Kent, England
  • Sulayman al-Hawwat (1747–1816), Moroccan historian
  • Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, (1770–1831), German philosopher of history
  • Alexander Hewat (or Hewatt) (1739–1824), colonial Carolina and Georgia
  • Pieter Corneliszoon Hooft (1581–1647), Dutch Republic
  • Arild Huitfeldt (1546–1609), Denmark
  • David Hume (1711–1776), History of England
  • Thomas Hutchinson (1711–1780), colonial Massachusetts
  • Mohammed al-Ifrani (1670–1745), Moroccan historian
  • Nikolai Mikhailovich Karamzin (1766–1826), Russian historian – Russian Empire
  • Geoffrey Keating/Seathrún Céitinn (d.1643), Irish historian
  • Joachim Lelewel (1786–1861), Polish historian
  • John Lingard (1771–1851), England
  • Anton Tomaz Linhart (1756–1795), well known for Slovenian history
  • F.S.L. Lyons (1923–1983), Irish
  • Dubhaltach MacFhirbhisigh (fl.1643–1671), Irish historian, annalist, genealogist
  • Jules Michelet (1798–1874), French
  • François Mignet (1796–1884), French historian of the Revolution, Middle Ages
  • Christian Molbech (1783–1857), Danish history, founder of Historisk Tidsskrift (1839)
  • Johann Lorenz Von Mosheim (1694–1755), Lutheran historian
  • Johannes von Müller (1752–1809), Switzerland
  • Ludovico Antonio Muratori (1672–1750), Italy
  • Louis-Sébastien Le Nain de Tillemont (1637–1698), ecclesiastical historian
  • Barthold Georg Niebuhr (1776–1831), German historian
  • Tadhg Óg Ó Cianáin (died c. 1614)
  • Mícheál Ó Cléirigh (c. 1590–1643), Irish historian
  • Peregrine Ó Duibhgeannain (fl. 1627–1636), Irish historian
  • Cú Choigcríche Ó Cléirigh (Peregrine O’Clery) (died c. 1662/1664), Irish
  • Ruaidhrí Ó Flaithbheartaigh (1629–1716/1718), Irish historian
  • Zaharije Orfelin (1726–1785), Austrian Serb historian
  • Olaus Magnus (ca. 1490–1570)
  • František Palacký (1798–1876), Czech
  • William H. Prescott (1796–1859), U.S. historian of Spain, Mexico, Peru
  • Placido Puccinelli (1609–1685), Italian historian
  • Mohammed al-Qadiri (1712–1773), Moroccan historian
  • Qian Daxin (1728–1804), (Chinese Qing Dynasty)
  • Qian Qianyi (1582-1664), (late Chinese Ming Dynasty)
  • David Ramsay (1749–1815), American Revolution; South Carolina
  • Leopold von Ranke (1795–1886), European diplomacy; most influential German historian
  • John F. Richards (1938–2007), South Asia, and in particular the Mughal Empire
  • Mikhail Shcherbatov (1733–1790), Russian historian
  • John Strype (1643–1737), English historian
  • Vasily Tatishchev (1686–1750), first historian of modern Russia
  • Adolphe Thiers (1797–1877), French historian of the Revolution, Empire
  • George Tucker (1775 – 1861), American history
  • Voltaire (1694–1778), Europe, France
  • Sir James Ware (1594–1666), Anglo-Irish historian and antiquarian
  • Yu Deuk-gong (1749–1807), Korean historian
  • Abu al-Qasim al-Zayyani (1734–1833)
  • Zhang Tingyu (1672–1755), (Chinese Qing Dynasty) compiled the History of Ming

 

  • Historians list on 19th century
  • Lord Acton, (1834-1902) Europe
  • Henry Adams (1838–1918), U.S. 1800–1816
  • Grace Aguilar (1816–1847), Jewish history
  • Charles McLean Andrews (1863–1943), American; U.S. colonial history
  • Alfred von Arneth (1819–1897), history of the Austrian Empire
  • Mikhail Artamonov (1898–1972), founder of Khazar studies
  • William Ashley (1860–1927), British economic history
  • Octave Aubry (1881–1946)
  • François Victor Alphonse Aulard (1849–1928), French Revolution and Napoleon I
  • Zurab Avalishvili (1876–1944), history of Georgia and the Caucasus
  • Jacques Bainville (1879 – 1936), France
  • R. Mildred Barker (1897 – 1990), Shakers, religion
  • Harry Elmer Barnes (1889–1968), World War I; ideas
  • Charles Bean (1879–1968), Australia in World War I
  • Charles A. Beard (1874–1948), American; economic interpretation; historiography
  • Mary Ritter Beard (1876–1958), American; women’s
  • George Bancroft (1800–1891), United States to 1789
  • Wilhelm Barthold (1869–1930), Muslim studies, Turkology
  • Winthrop Pickard Bell (1884–1965), Nova Scotia
  • Hilaire Belloc (1870–1953), French writer and historian, later naturalised British
  • Marc Bloch (1886–1944), medieval France
  • Herbert Eugene Bolton (1870–1953), Spanish-American borderlands
  • George Williams Brown (1894–1963), Canada
  • Otto Brunner (1898–1982), medieval and early modern Austria
  • Geoffrey Bruun (1899–1988), Europe
  • Arthur Bryant (1988-1985), Pepys; English military
  • Henry Thomas Buckle (1821–1862), England; History of Civilization
  • Jacob Burckhardt (1818–1897), art history, Europe; Renaissance
  • John Hill Burton (1809–1881), Scottish Jacobin history
  • J.B. Bury (1861–1927), classical, Europe
  • Helen Cam (1885–1968), English medieval
  • Pierre Caron (1875–1952), French revolution
  • E.H. Carr (1892–1982) Soviet history, methodology
  • Antonio Cánovas del Castillo (1828–1897), Spanish historian
  • Henri Raymond Casgrain, (1831–1904), French Canada
  • Américo Castro (1885–1972), Spanish identity
  • Bruce Catton (1899–1978), American Civil War
  • Cesar de Bazancourt (1810–1865), Crimean War
  • Nirad C. Chaudhuri (1897–1999), India
  • Boris Chicherin (1828–1904), Russian historian, history of Russian law
  • Hiram M. Chittenden (1858–1917), American West, fur trade
  • Winston Churchill (1874–1965), world wars
  • Augustin Cochin (1876–1916), history of French Revolution
  • R. G. Collingwood (1889–1943), philosophy of history
  • Julian Corbett (1854–1922), British naval
  • Vladimir Ćorović (1885–1941), Serbia
  • Avery Craven (1885–1980), American South
  • Edward Shepherd Creasy (1812–1878), warfare
  • Margaret Campbell Speke Cruwys (1894–1968), Devon historian
  • Felix Dahn (1834–1912), medieval
  • Angie Debo (1890–1988), Native American and Oklahoma history
  • Léopold Delisle (1826–1910), French historian and librarian
  • Bernard DeVoto (1897–1955), American West
  • William Dodd (1869–1940), American South
  • David C. Douglas (1898–1982), Norman England
  • Johann Gustav Droysen (1808–1884), German history
  • Ariel Durant (1898–1981), Europe
  • Will Durant (1885–1981), Europe
  • Mary Anne Everett Green (1818–1895), English
  • Ephraim Emerton (1851–1935), medieval Europe
  • Cyril Falls (1888–1971), military, world wars
  • Keith Feiling (1884–1977), England, conservatism
  • Herbert Feis (1893–1972), World War II diplomacy; international finance
  • Lucien Febvre (1878–1956), France
  • Charles Harding Firth (1857–1936), 17th century England
  • Walter Lynwood Fleming (1874–1932) U.S. Reconstruction
  • Edward Augustus Freeman (1823–1892), English politics
  • James Anthony Froude (1818–1894), Tudor England
  • J.F.C. Fuller (1878–1966), military
  • Frantz Funck-Brentano (1862–1947), France
  • John Sydenham Furnivall (1878–1960), Burma, Southeast Asia
  • Numa Denis Fustel de Coulanges (1830–1889), antiquity, France
  • François-Louis Ganshof (1895–1980), medieval history
  • Samuel Rawson Gardiner (1829–1902), 17th century England
  • Pieter Geyl (1887–1966), Dutch
  • Lawrence Henry Gipson (1882–1970), British Empire before 1775
  • Arthur Giry (1848–1899), diplomacy
  • Gustave Glotz (1862–1935), Ancient Greece
  • George Peabody Gooch (1873–1968), modern diplomacy
  • Timofey Granovsky (1813–1855), medieval Germany
  • John Richard Green (1837–1883), English
  • Lionel Groulx (1878–1967), Quebec
  • René Grousset (1885–1952), Oriental history
  • Louis Halphen (1880–1950), Middle Ages
  • Clarence H. Haring (1885–1960), Latin American history
  • Charles H. Haskins (1870–1937), medieval
  • Henri Hauser (1866–1946), French historian, economist, geographer
  • Julien Havet (1853–1893), Middle Ages
  • Paul Hazard (1878–1944), modern France
  • Eli Heckscher (1879–1954), Swedish economic historian
  • Auguste Himly (1823–1906), French historian and geographer
  • Mihály Horváth (1809–1878), Hungarian
  • Johan Huizinga(1872–1945), Dutch historian, author of Waning of the Middle Ages
  • Ibn Zaydan (1873–1946), Moroccan historian
  • Dmitry Ilovaisky (1832–1920), Russian history
  • Harold Innis (1894–1952), Canadian economic history
  • Mohammed ibn Jaafar al-Kattani (1858–1927), Moroccan
  • 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
  • Samuel Kamakau (1815–1876), Hawaiian historian
  • Konstantin Kavelin (1818–1885), Russian historian – history of Russian laws
  • Hans Kelsen (1881–1973), legal
  • Philip Moore Callow Kermode (1855–1932), Manx crosses and runic inscriptions
  • Alexander William Kinglake (1809–1891), works on the Crimean War
  • William Kingsford (1819–1898), Canadian
  • Vasily Klyuchevsky (1841–1911), Russian history
  • David Knowles (1896-1974), English medieval
  • Dudley Wright Knox (1877–1960), American naval historian
  • Ludwig von Köchel (1800–1877), writer, composer, botanist, music historian
  • Mihail Kogălniceanu (1817–1891), Romanian
  • Hans Kohn (1891–1971), European nationalism
  • Nikodim Kondakov (1844–1925), Byzantine art
  • Nikolay Kostomarov (1817–1885), Russian and Ukrainian history
  • Godefroid Kurth (1847–1916), Belgian historian
  • Leonard Woods Labaree (1897–1980), editor of the Benjamin Franklin Papers
  • William L. Langer (1896–1977), U.S. historian, World and diplomatic history
  • John Knox Laughton (1830–1915), British naval historian
  • Ernest Lavisse (1842–1922), French history
  • Georges Lefebvre (1874–1959), French Revolution
  • Liang Qichao (1873-1929), Chinese and Western history and historiography
  • B.H. Liddell Hart (1895–1970), military
  • John Edward Lloyd (1861–1947), Welshness
  • Ferdinand Lot (1866–1952), Middle Ages
  • Arthur R.M. Lower (1889–1988), Canadian
  • Thomas Macaulay (1800–1859), British
  • William Archibald Mackintosh (1895–1970), Canadian economic
  • J. D. Mackie (1887–1978), Scottish
  • Frederic William Maitland (1850–1906), English legal, medieval
  • Alfred Thayer Mahan (1840–1914), naval
  • Ramesh Chandra Majumdar (1888–1980), Indian history
  • Albert Mathiez (1874–1932), French Revolution
  • Karl Marx (1818–1883), sociology and economics
  • Friedrich Meinecke (1862–1954), German intellectual and cultural
  • Krste Misirkov (1874–1926), Macedonian historian and author
  • Auguste Molinier (1851–1904), Middle Ages
  • Theodor Mommsen (1817–1903), Roman Empire
  • Indro Montanelli (1909–2001)
  • Alfred Morel-Fatio (1850–1924), Spain
  • Samuel Eliot Morison (1887–1976), naval, American colonial
  • Lewis Mumford (1895–1988), urban
  • Lewis Bernstein Namier (1888–1960), 18th-century British and 20th-century diplomatic
  • Ahmad ibn Khalid al-Nasiri (1835–1897), Moroccan
  • J. E. Neale (1890–1975), Elizabethan England
  • Allan Nevins (1890–1971), U.S. political and business; Civil War; biography
  • A. P. Newton (1873–1942), British Empire
  • Stojan Novaković (1842–1915), Serbian
  • Charles Oman (1860–1946), 19th century military
  • Herbert L. Osgood (1855-1918), American colonial
  • Cesare Paoli (1840–1902), Italian history
  • Gaston Paris (1839–1903), Middle Ages
  • Henry Francis Pelham (1846–1907), Roman
  • Samuel W. Pennypacker (1843–1916), Pennsylvania history
  • Dexter Perkins (1889–1984), American history
  • Henri Pirenne (1862–1935), Belgian and medieval European history
  • Sergey Platonov (1860–1933), Rucxian
  • Ivy Pinchbeck (1898 – 1982), English women and children
  • Eileen Power (1889–1940), Middle Ages
  • F. M. Powicke (1879-1963, English medieval
  • H. F. M. Prescott (1896–1972), biographer of Mary I of England and medieval History
  • Datto Vaman Potdar (1890–1979), Indian historian
  • Jules Quicherat (1814–1882), Middle Ages
  • William Pember Reeves (1857–1932), New Zealand
  • Pierre Renouvin (1893–1974), diplomatic historian
  • B. H. Roberts (1857–1933), Mormon
  • James Harvey Robinson (1863 – 1936), European
  • Theodore Roosevelt (1858–1919), American west, naval
  • Simon Rutar (1851–1903), Slovenian
  • Ilarion Ruvarac (1832–1905), Serbian
  • Abram L. Sachar (1899–1993)
  • George Sarton (1884–1956), history of science
  • Gustave Schlumberger (1844–1929), French
  • John Robert Seeley (1834–1895), British Empire
  • Sergey Solovyov (1820–1879), Russian historian
  • Govind Sakharam Sardesai (1865–1959), Indian
  • Adam Shortt (1859–1931), Canadian
  • Goldwin Smith (1823–1910), British and Canadian
  • Oswald Spengler (1880–1936), world; The Decline of the West
  • Shin Chaeho (1880–1936), Korean
  • Frank Stenton (1880-1967) English medieval
  • Doris Mary Stenton (1894–1971), English medieval
  • William Stubbs (1825–1902), English law
  • Hippolyte Taine (1828–1893), French Revolution
  • Frank Bigelow Tarbell (1853–1920), ancient art history
  • Yevgeny Tarle (1874–1955), Russian historian
  • A. Wyatt Tilby (1880–1948), British author of The English People Overseas (Vol. I – VI)
  • Alexis de Tocqueville (1805–1859), France
  • Zacharias Topelius (1818–1898)
  • Thomas Frederick Tout (1855–1929), England
  • Arnold J. Toynbee (1889–1975), A Study of History, world history
  • Heinrich Gotthard von Treitschke (1834–1896), German historian and nationalist
  • George Macaulay Trevelyan (1876–1962), British
  • Mikheil Tsereteli (1878–1965), Georgian historian
  • Frank Underhill (1889–1971), Canadian
  • Paul Vinogradoff (1854–1925), medieval England
  • Spencer Walpole (1839–1907), English historian
  • Curt Weibull (1886–1991), Swedish historian
  • Lauritz Weibull (1873–1960), Swedish historian
  • Charles Webster (1886–1961), British Diplomatic
  • Mary Wilhelmine Williams (1878–1944), Latin America
  • Spenser Wilkinson (1853–1937), British military historian
  • James A. Williamson (1886–1964), English maritime historian and historian of exploration.
  • Justin Winsor (1831–1897), editor of the Narrative and Critical History of America, (8 vols., 1884–89)
  • Ernest Llewellyn Woodward (1890–1971), British history and international relations
  • George MacKinnon Wrong (1860–1948), Canadian
  • Yi Byeongdo (1896–1989), Korean historian
  • Faddei Zielinski (1859–1944), ancient Greece

 

 

 

  • Historians list on 20th century
  • Raouf Abbas (1939–2008), Egyptian
  • Irving Abella (born 1940), Canadian
  • Aberjhani (born 1957), American; African American, Harlem Renaissance, Literary
  • David Abulafia (born 1949), Mediterranean history
  • Ezequiel Adamovsky (born 1971), Argentine
  • Donald Adamson (born 1939), British
  • Teodoro Agoncillo (1912–1985), Filipino, Philippine history
  • Robert G. Albion (1896–1983), maritime
  • Dean C. Allard (born 1933), American naval
  • Robert C. Allen (born 1947), British economic
  • Gar Alperovitz (born 1936), American, Hiroshima
  • Ida Altman (born 1950), American, colonial Spain & Latin America
  • Abbas Amanat Iranian-American historian of early modern Iran, Sh’ism and the Persianate world
  • Mor Altshuler, Israeli historian of early Hasidism, Kabbalism, and Jewish messianism
  • Henri Amouroux (1920–2007), French; Nazi occupation of France
  • Stephen Ambrose (1936–2002), American; World War 2, U.S. political
  • Perry Anderson (born 1938), British; European history
  • Joyce Appleby (born 1929), American; U.S. early national
  • Herbert Aptheker (1915–2003), American; African American
  • Leonie Archer, British
  • Philippe Ariès (1914–1984), French; medieval; childhood
  • Karen Armstrong (born 1944), British; religious
  • Leonard J. Arrington (1917–1999), American; Mormons
  • Thomas Asbridge, crusades
  • Maurice Ashley, (1907-1994), 17th century England
  • Paul Avrich (1931–2006), Russian, the Anarchist movement
  • Ali Azaykou (1942–2004), Moroccan
  • Eiichiro Azuma (born 1966), American
  • Nigel Bagnall (1927–2002), Ancient Rome, Greece
  • Bernard Bailyn (born 1922), early American; Atlantic
  • David E. Barclay (born 1948), German
  • Juliet Barker (born 1958), late Middle Ages, literary biography
  • Frank Barlow (1911–2009), medieval biography
  • Linda Diane Barnes, American
  • Geoffrey Barraclough (1908–1984). Germany, world.[2]
  • G.W.S. Barrow (1924–2013), Scottish
  • H. Arnold Barton (born 1929), Scandinavian
  • Paul R. Bartrop (born 1955), the Holocaust, genocide
  • Jacques Barzun (1907–2012), cultural
  • Jorge Basadre (1903–1980), Peruvian
  • Hanna Batatu (1926–2000), Palestinian; modern Iraq
  • K. Jack Bauer (1926–1987), U.S. naval, military, and maritime
  • Yehuda Bauer (born 1926), the Holocaust
  • Stephen B. Baxter, late seventeenth and early eighteenth century English history
  • David Bebbington (born 1949), history of Evangelicalism
  • Antony Beevor (born 1946), World War 2
  • James Belich (born 1956), New Zealand
  • Abdelmajid Benjelloun (born 1944), Morocco
  • Laurence Bergreen (born 1950), biography
  • Isaiah Berlin (1909–1997), ideas
  • Michael Beschloss (born 1955), Cold War
  • Nicholas Bethell (1938–2007), Soviet
  • Anthony Birley (born 1937), Ancient Rome
  • David Blackbourn (born 1949), German
  • Geoffrey Blainey (born 1930), Australian
  • Gisela Bock (born 1942) German feminist
  • Brian Bond (born 1936) British military
  • Daniel J. Boorstin (1914–2004), American
  • Georges Bordonove (1920–2007), France
  • John Boswell (1947–1994), Medievalist
  • Robert Bothwell (born 1944), Canadian history
  • Gérard Bouchard (born 1943), Canadian
  • Joanna Bourke (born 1963), military
  • Paul S. Boyer (1935–2012), American morality
  • Karl Dietrich Bracher (1922–2016), modern German
  • Jim Bradbury (born 1937), Middle Ages
  • James C. Bradford (born 1944), American naval
  • David Brading (born 1936), Mexican history
  • William Brandon (1914–2002), American West
  • Fernand Braudel (1902–1985), World, Mediterranean
  • Ahron Bregman (born 1958), Arab-Israeli conflict
  • Asa Briggs (1921–), British social.[3]
  • Carl Bridenbaugh (1903–1992), American colonial
  • Timothy Brook (born 1951), China
  • Martin Broszat (1926–1989), Nazi Germany
  • Peter Brown (born 1935), Medieval
  • Christopher Browning (born 1944), the Holocaust
  • Alan Bullock (1914–2004), 1940s
  • Peter Burke (born 1937)
  • Briton C. Busch (1936–2004), British diplomatic and American maritime
  • Richard Bushman (born 1931), American colonial & Mormon
  • Herbert Butterfield (1900–1979), historiography
  • Angus Calder (1942–2008), Second World War
  • Julio Caro Baroja (1914–1995)
  • Sir Raymond Carr (1919–2015), Spanish and Latin American
  • Paul Cartledge (born 1947), classical
  • Lionel Casson (1914–2009)
  • Boris Celovsky (1923–2008), Czech-German relations
  • Howard I. Chapelle (1901–1975), maritime
  • Maher Charif, Arab
  • Iris Chang (1968–2004), China
  • Louis Chevalier (1911–2001), France
  • I. R. Christie (1919–1998), Britain
  • Alexander Campbell Cheyne (1924–2006), Scotland
  • Satyabrata Rai Chowdhuri (born 1935), India
  • Alan Clark (1928–1999), World Wars
  • Christopher Clark (born 1960), Prussia
  • J.C.D. Clark (born 1951), British
  • Manning Clark (1915–1991), Australia
  • Patrick Collinson (1929–2011), Elizabethan England & Puritanism
  • Robert Conquest (1917–2015), Russia
  • Margaret Conrad (born 1946), Canada
  • Vladimir Ćorović (1885–1941), former Yugoslavia
  • Peter Cottrell (born 1964), Anglo-Irish
  • Gordon A. Craig (1913–2005), German and diplomatic
  • Donald Creighton (1902–1979), Canadian
  • Vincent Cronin (1924–2011), European and art history
  • William Cronon (born 1954), American environmental
  • Pamela Kyle Crossley (born 1955), China
  • Dan Cruickshank (born 1949), British and architectural history
  • Barry Cunliffe (born 1939), archaeology
  • John Shelton Curtiss (1899–1983), Soviet Union
  • Robert Dallek (born 1934), American politics, diplomacy
  • Vahakn N. Dadrian (born 1926), Armenia
  • David B. Danbom, American rural
  • Ahmad Hasan Dani (1920–2009), South Asia
  • Robert Darnton (born 1939), 18th-century France
  • Lucy Dawidowicz (1915–1990), Holocaust
  • Saul David (born 1966), military
  • John Davies (1938–2015), Wales
  • Norman Davies (born 1939), Polish and British
  • Natalie Zemon Davis (born 1928), early modern France, film
  • Kenneth S. Davis (1912–1999), Franklin D. Roosevelt
  • R.H.C. Davis (1918–1991), Middle Ages
  • David Day (born 1949), Australia
  • Renzo De Felice (1929–1996), Italian fascism
  • Len Deighton (born 1929), British military
  • Carl N. Degler (1921–2014), American
  • Esther Delisle (born 1954), French-Canadian
  • Jean Delumeau (born 1923), Catholic Church
  • Marcel Detienne (born 1935), ancient Greece
  • Alexandre Deulofeu (1903–1978), Catalan
  • Isaac Deutscher (1907–1967), Soviet
  • Tom M. Devine (born 1945), Scottish
  • Wu Di (born 1951), China
  • Igor M. Diakonov (1914–1999), Ancient Near East
  • David Herbert Donald (1920–2009), American Civil War
  • Gordon Donaldson (1913–1993), Scottish
  • Susan Doran, Elizabethan England
  • William Doyle (born 1932), French Revolution
  • Georges Duby (1924–1996), Middle Ages
  • William S. Dudley (born 1936), American naval
  • Robert Dudley Edwards (1909–1988), Irish
  • Eamon Duffy (born 1947), 15th–17th century religious
  • A. Hunter Dupree (born 1921), American science and technology
  • Trevor Dupuy (1916–1995), military
  • Jean-Baptiste Duroselle (1917–1994), French diplomacy
  • Harold James Dyos (1921–78), British urban
  • Elizabeth Eisenstein (1923–2016), French Revolution, books
  • Geoff Eley (born 1949), German
  • John Elliott (born 1930), Spanish
  • Joseph J. Ellis (born 1943), American early Republic
  • Geoffrey Elton (1921–1994), Tudor England
  • Peter Englund (born 1957), Swedish
  • Richard J. Evans (born 1947), German social
  • Alf Evers (1905–2004), American history
  • Brian Farrell (1929–2014)
  • John Lister Illingworth Fennell (1918–1992), medieval Russia
  • Niall Ferguson (born 1964), military, business, economic, imperial
  • Božidar Ferjančić (1929–1998), medieval
  • Marc Ferro (born 1924), World War I
  • Joachim Fest (1926–2006), Nazi Germany
  • David Feuerwerker (1912–1980), Jewish
  • Heinrich Fichtenau (1912–2000), medieval, diplomacy
  • David Kenneth Fieldhouse (born 1925), British Empire
  • Orlando Figes (born 1957), Russian
  • Robert O. Fink (1905–1988), classical
  • Moses Finley (1912–1986) ancient, especially economic
  • David Hackett Fischer (born 1935) American Revolution, cycles
  • Fritz Fischer (1908–1999), German
  • Frances FitzGerald (born 1940), Vietnam; history textbooks
  • Judith Flanders (born 1959), Victorian British social
  • Robert Fogel (1926–2013), American economic, cliometrics
  • Eric Foner (born 1943), Reconstruction
  • Shelby Foote (1916–2005), American Civil War
  • Amanda Foreman (born 1968), Georgian England, American Civil War, Women’s History
  • Michel Foucault (1926–1984), ideas
  • Jo Fox, twentieth-century film and propaganda
  • Robin Lane Fox (born 1946), ancient
  • Stephen Fox (born 1938), U.S. in World War II
  • Elizabeth Fox-Genovese (1941–2007) American South; cultural and social, women
  • Walter Frank (1905–1945), Nazi historian
  • H. Bruce Franklin (born 1934), Vietnam War
  • Antonia Fraser (born 1932), English
  • Frank Freidel (1916–1993), Franklin Roosevelt
  • Joseph Friedenson (1922–2013), Holocaust
  • Henry Friedlander (1930–2012), Holocaust
  • Saul Friedländer (born 1932), Holocaust
  • Sheppard Frere (1916–2015)
  • David Fromkin (born 1932)
  • Bruno Fuligni (born 1968)
  • Francis Fukuyama (born 1955), world
  • François Furet (1927–1997), French Revolution
  • Femme Gaastra (born 1945), Dutch
  • John Lewis Gaddis (born 1941), Cold War
  • Lloyd Gardner, U.S. diplomatic
  • Peter Gay (1923–2015) psychohistory, Enlightenment and 19th century social
  • Eugene Genovese (1930–2012), U.S. South, slavery
  • François Géré (born 1950), military
  • Christian Gerlach (born 1963), Holocaust
  • N.H. Gibbs (1910–1990), military
  • William Gibson (born 1959), ecclesiastical
  • Martin Gilbert (1936–2015), Holocaust
  • Carlo Ginzburg (born 1939), social
  • Jan Glete (1947–2009), Swedish
  • Eric F. Goldman. (1916 – 1989), 20th century American
  • James Goldrick, Australian
  • Adrian Goldsworthy (born 1969), ancient
  • Brison D. Gooch (1925–2014), Europe, Belgium
  • Doris Kearns Goodwin (born 1943), American presidential
  • Andrew Gordon, British naval
  • Gerald S. Graham (1903–1988), British imperial
  • Jack Granatstein (born 1939), Canada
  • Peter Green (born 1924), ancient
  • Vivian H.H. Green (1915–2005), Christianity
  • John Robert Greene (born 1955), American presidency
  • Roger D. Griffin (Born 1948), Fascism and Political & Religious fanaticism.
  • Ranajit Guha (born 1923), Indian
  • Ramchandra Guha (born 1958), India, environment
  • Lev Gumilyov (1912–1992), Soviet
  • Oliver Gurney (1911–2001), Assyria, Hittites
  • John Guy (born 1949), Tudor England
  • Irfan Habib (born 1931), India
  • Sheldon Hackney (1943–2013), U.S. South
  • Kenneth J. Hagan, U.S. naval
  • Claude Hall (1922–2001), American diplomacy
  • John Whitney Hall (1916–1997), Japan
  • Bruce Barrymore Halpenny, World War 2 air war
  • N. G. L. Hammond (1907–2001), ancient Greek history
  • Victor Davis Hanson (born 1953), ancient warfare
  • Syed Nomanul Haq, History and philosophy of science
  • Dick Harrison (born 1966), Swedish and Medieval
  • Peter Harrison, (born 1955), early modern intellectual
  • Max Hastings (born 1945), military, Second World War
  • John Hattendorf (born 1941), maritime
  • Ragnhild Hatton (1913–1995), 17th- and 18th-century European international
  • Denys Hay (1915–1994), medieval and Renaissance Europe
  • John Daniel Hayes (1902–1991), American naval
  • Ingo Heidbrink (born 1968), maritime history, history of technology
  • Jeffrey Herf (born 1947), German and European
  • Arthur Herman (born 1956), American and British
  • Michael Hicks (born 1948), late medieval England
  • Raul Hilberg (1926–2007), Holocaust
  • Klaus Hildebrand (born 1941), 19th–20th-century German
  • Christopher Hill (1912–2003), 17th century England
  • Andreas Hillgruber (1925–1989), 20th-century German
  • Richard L. Hills (born 1936), technology
  • Gertrude Himmelfarb (born 1924), British
  • Harry Hinsley (1918–1998), British intelligence, World War 2
  • Eric Hobsbawm (1917–2012), labour; Marxism
  • Marshall Hodgson (1922–1968), Islamic
  • Richard Hofstadter (1916–1970), American political
  • Peter Hoffmann, National Socialism
  • David Hoggan (1923–1988), neo-Nazi
  • Hajo Holborn (1902–1969), Germany
  • Tom Holland (born 1968), Ancient Greece, Rome, Middle Ages
  • C. Warren Hollister (1930–1997), Middle Ages
  • George Holmes (professor) (1927–2009), Medieval
  • Richard Holmes (1946–2011), military
  • Ed Hooper (born 1964), Southern Appalachia, Tennessee, Old South
  • A.G. Hopkins (born 1938), British
  • Keith Hopkins (1934–2004), ancient
  • Albert Hourani (1915–1993), Middle Eastern
  • Youssef Hourany (born 1931), Lebanese, ancient
  • Daniel Horowitz (born 1954), American cultural
  • Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz, women
  • Michiel Horn (born 1939), Canadian
  • Alistair Horne (born 1925), modern French
  • Michael Howard (born 1922), military
  • Robert Hughes (1938–2012), Australia, cities
  • Andrew Hunt (born 1968), Cold War America
  • Tristram Hunt (born 1974)
  • Mark C. Hunter (born 1974), naval
  • Halil Inalcik (1916–2016), Ottoman Empire
  • Iqbal, Sheikh Mohammad, Sialkote, Pakistan
  • Jonathan Israel (born 1946), Netherlands, Enlightenment, Jewry
  • Eberhard Jäckel (born 1929), Nazi Germany
  • Julian T. Jackson (born 1954), French
  • Harold James (born 1956), modern Germany
  • Nikoloz Janashia (1931–1982), Georgia and the Caucasus
  • Simon Janashia (1900–1947), Georgia and the Caucasus
  • Marius Jansen (1922–2000), Japan
  • Pawel Jasienica (1909–1970), Polish
  • Merrill Jensen (1905–1980), American Revolution
  • Richard J. Jensen (born 1941), American
  • Khasnor Johan, Malaysian historian
  • Paul Johnson (born 1928), British, Western civilization
  • Robert Erwin Johnson (1923–2008), American naval
  • Mauno Jokipii (1924–2007), Finnish, World War II
  • A.H.M. Jones (1904–1970), later Roman Empire
  • Gwyn Jones (1907–1999), medieval
  • George Hilton Jones III (1924–2008), English history
  • Loe de Jong (1914–2005), Dutch
  • Tony Judt (1948–2010), 20th century European; postwar
  • David S. Katz, early modern English religious
  • Donald Kagan (born 1932), ancient Greek
  • Elie Kedourie (1926 – 1992), Middle East
  • John Keegan (1934–2012), military
  • Nushiravan Keihanizadeh (born 1937), chronicler and journalistic historiography, Iranian history
  • John H. Kemble (1912–1990), American maritime
  • Paul Murray Kendall (1911–1973), late Middle Ages
  • Elizabeth Topham Kennan (born 1938), medievalist
  • George F. Kennan (1904–2005), U.S.–Soviet relations
  • James Kennedy (born 1963), Netherlands
  • Paul Kennedy (born 1945), world, military
  • W. Hudson Kensel (1928–2014), western American
  • Ian Kershaw (born 1943), Nazi Germany, Hitler
  • Daniel J. Kevles (born 1939), science
  • Khan Roshan Khan (1914–1988), Pakistani historian
  • Kim Jung-bae (born 1940), Korean
  • Michael King (1945–2004), New Zealand
  • Patrick Kinross (1904–1976), Ottoman Empire
  • Henry Kissinger (born 1923), 19th century Europe; late 20th century
  • Martin Kitchen (born 1936), modern European history
  • Simon Kitson, Vichy France
  • Matti Klinge (born 1936), Finnish
  • Felix Klos (born 1992), American/ Dutch, Modern European history
  • R.J.B. Knight (born 1944), British naval
  • Yuri Knorozov (1922–1999), historical linguist
  • Eberhard Kolb (born 1933), German
  • Gabriel Kolko (1932–2014), American
  • Claudia Koonz, Nazi Germany
  • Andrey Korotayev (born 1961), economic history, Near Eastern history, Islamic and pre-Islamic history
  • Ernst Kossmann (1922–2003), Low countries
  • Philip A. Kuhn (1933–2016), China
  • Thomas Kuhn (1922–1996), science
  • Myoma Myint Kywe (born 1960), Burmese writer and historian
  • K.S. Lal (1920-2002), Medieval Indian
  • Benjamin Woods Labaree (born 1927), American colonial and maritime
  • Brij Lal, Fiji
  • Abdallah Laroui (born 1933)
  • Leopold Labedz (1920–1993), Soviet
  • Andrew Lambert (born 1956), British naval
  • Harold Lamb (1892–1962), American
  • Ricardo Lancaster-Jones y Verea (1905–1983), haciendas in Western Mexico
  • David Lavender (1910–2003), American West
  • Walter LaFeber (born 1933), diplomatic; Cold War
  • Daniel Leab (1936–2016), 20th century history
  • Jacques Le Goff (1924–2014), medieval
  • Robert Leckie (1920–2001), American military
  • William Leuchtenburg (born 1922), American political and legal
  • Barbara Levick (born 1931), Roman emperors
  • David Levering Lewis (born 1936) African American, Harlem Renaissance
  • Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie (born 1929), French
  • Lee Ki-baek (1924–2004), Korean
  • Li Ao (born 1935), Chinese
  • Leon F. Litwack (born 1929), American and African-American
  • Xinru Liu, Ancient Indian and Chinese
  • Mario Liverani, (born 1939), ancient Middle East
  • Radoš Ljušić (born 1949), Serbia
  • David Loades (born 1934-2016), Tudor England
  • James W. Loewen (born 1942), American
  • Elizabeth Longford (1906–2002), Victorian England
  • Erik Lönnroth (1910–2002)
  • Walter Lord (1917–2002), American
  • John Lukacs (born 1924), modern Europe
  • Charles B. MacDonald (1922–1990), World War II
  • Stuart Macintyre (born 1947), Australian
  • Forrest McDonald (1927–2016), early national U.S., presidency, business
  • K. B. McFarlane (1903–1966), English medievalist
  • Ross McKibbin (born 1942) historian of 20th century Britain
  • Rosamond McKitterick (born 1949), Medieval
  • Margaret MacMillan (born 1943), 20th century international relations
  • William Miller Macmillan, liberal South African historiography
  • Ramsay MacMullen (born 1928), Roman
  • Magnus Magnusson (1929–2007), Norse
  • Piers Mackesy (1924–2014), British military
  • Leonard Maltin (born 1950), film
  • Charles S. Maier (born 1939), 20th-century Europe
  • Paul L. Maier (born 1930), ancient history
  • Pauline Maier (1938–2013), early American
  • William Manchester (1922–2004), Churchill
  • Adel Manna (born 1947), Palestine in the Ottoman period
  • Golo Mann (1909–1994)
  • Susan Mann (born 1941), Canadian
  • Robert Mann, Vietnam War
  • Philip Mansel (born 1951), France, Ottoman Empire
  • Arthur Marder (1910–1980), British naval
  • Timothy Mason (1940–1990), Nazi Germany
  • Henri-Jean Martin (1924–2007), the book
  • Rev. F.X. Martin (1922–2000), Irish medievalist and campaigner
  • Michael Marrus (born 1941), French and Jewish
  • Mark Mazower (born 1958), Balkans, especially Greece
  • David McCullough (born 1933), American
  • William S. McFeely, American Civil War
  • James M. McPherson (born 1936), American Civil War
  • William McNeill (1917–2016), World
  • Laurence Marvin, American, French medievalist
  • Garrett Mattingly (1900–1962), early modern Europe
  • Arno J. Mayer (born 1926), World War I and Europe
  • Richard Maybury (born 1946), U.S., World War I, World War II, and the Middle East
  • Neil McKendrick, modern economic and social history
  • D. W. Meinig (born 1924), American geography
  • Evaldo Cabral de Mello (born 1936), Dutch Brazil
  • Russell Menard, colonial American
  • Thomas C. Mendenhall (1910–1998)
  • Josef W. Meri (born 1969), Islamic world, Jews
  • Barbara Metcalf, India
  • Rade Mihaljčić (born 1937), medieval Serbia
  • Perry Miller (1905–1963), American intellectual
  • Giles Milton (born 1966), exploration
  • Zora Mintalová – Zubercová (born 1950), food history and material culture of Central Europe
  • Yagutil Mishiev (born 1927), history of Derbent, Dagestan, Russia
  • Hans Mommsen (1930–2015), German
  • Wolfgang Mommsen (1930–2004), British and German
  • Simon Sebag Montefiore (born 1965), Russia, Middle East
  • Theodore William Moody (1907–1984), Ireland
  • Edmund Morgan (1916-2013), American colonial and Revolution
  • Kenneth O. Morgan (born 1934), British politics, Wales
  • William J. Morgan (historian) (1917–2003), U.S. naval
  • Samuel Eliot Morison (1887 – 1976), American colonial and naval
  • Benny Morris (born 1948), Middle-Eastern
  • Ian Mortimer (born 1967), Middle Ages
  • W.L. Morton (1908–1980), Canada
  • George Mosse (1918–1999), German, Jewish, fascist and sexual
  • Roland Mousnier (1907–1993), early modern France
  • Mubarak Ali (born 1941), Pakistan
  • Joseph Needham (1900–1995), history of Chinese science and technology
  • Cynthia Neville, late medieval social, cultural and legal history; Scotland and England; Gaelic culture
  • Leo Niehorster (born 1947), military
  • Thomas Nipperdey (1927–1992), German history from 1800 to 1918
  • Ernst Nolte (1923–2016), German; fascism and communism
  • Stojan Novaković (1842–1915), Serbia
  • Robin O’Neil, Holocaust
  • Josiah Ober, ancient Greece
  • Heiko Oberman (1930–2001), Reformation
  • W. H. Oliver (1925–2015), New Zealand
  • Michael Oren (born 1955), modern Middle East
  • Margaret Ormsby (1909-1996), Canada
  • İlber Ortaylı, (born 1947) Turkish historian
  • Fernand Ouellet (born 1926), French Canada
  • Richard Overy (born 1947), World War II
  • Steven Ozment (born 1939), Germany
  • Thomas Pakenham (born 1933), Africa
  • Madhavan K. Palat (born 1947), Russian and European history
  • Hasan Bülent Paksoy (born 1948) Central Asia
  • Ilan Pappé (born 1954), Israel
  • Simo Parpola (born 1943), ancient Middle East
  • J. H. Parry (1914–1982), maritime
  • T. T. Paterson (1909–1994)
  • Fred Patten, science fiction
  • Peter Paret (born 1924), military
  • Geoffrey Parker (born 1943), early modern military
  • Stanley G. Payne (born 1934), Spain, fascism
  • Abel Paz (1921–2009), Spanish anarchist movement
  • Morgan D. Peoples (1919–1998), Louisiana
  • William Armstrong Percy (born 1933), Medieval Europe and ancient Greek and Roman, homosexuality
  • Bradford Perkins (1925–2008), U.S. diplomatic
  • Detlev Peukert (1950–1990) Alltagsgeschichte (of everyday life) in the Weimar & Nazi eras
  • Liza Picard (born 1927), London
  • David Pietrusza (born 1949), American
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  • Kwok Kin Poon (born 1949), Chinese Southern and Northern Dynasties
  • Barbara Corrado Pope (born 1941), American, Belle Époque, women’s studies
  • Roy Porter (1946–2002), medicine & British Social and cultural
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  • Michael Prestwich (born 1943), medieval England
  • Clement Alexander Price (1945–2014), American
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  • Carroll Quigley (1910–1977), classical, western history, theorist of civilizations
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  • Šerbo Rastoder, Montenegrin
  • René Rémond (1918–2007), French political
  • Timothy Reuter (1947–2002), Medieval Germany
  • Henry A. Reynolds (born 1938), Australian
  • Susan Reynolds, medieval
  • Richard Rhodes, World War II, hydrogen bomb
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  • Ronald Syme (1903–1989), ancient
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  • Hugh Thomas, Spanish Civil War, Cuba, Atlantic slave trade
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  • Marc Trachtenberg, Cold War
  • Hugh Trevor-Roper (1914–2003), Nazi; British
  • Gil Troy, modern American, the Presidency
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  • Robert C. Tucker, Stalin
  • Peter Turchin (born 1957), Russian historian of historical dynamics
  • Henry Ashby Turner, Jr., 20th-century German
  • Frederick Jackson Turner (1861–1932), American frontier
  • Denis Twitchett (1925–2006), China
  • David Tyack (born 1930), American education
  • Walter Ullmann (1910-1983), Medieval
  • Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, early America
  • Mladen Urem, Croatian literary
  • Robert M. Utley, (born 1929), 19th-century American West
  • Hans van de Ven, Dutch-born British, modern China
  • Jean-Pierre Vernant,(1914–2007), French, ancient Greece
  • Paul Veyne, French, ancient Greece and Rome
  • César Vidal Manzanares, Spanish
  • Pierre Vidal-Naquet, (1930–2006), French, ancient Greece, civil rights activist
  • Richard Vinen, British historian
  • Klemens von Klemperer German-born, Nazi Germany
  • William Dalrymple, Scottish
  • John Waiko (born 1944), Papua New Guinean
  • J. Samuel Walker, nuclear energy and weapons
  • Retha Warnicke (born 1939), Tudor and gender issues
  • Eugen Weber, modern French
  • Cicely Veronica Wedgwood (1910–1997), Europe 16th–17th century
  • Hans-Ulrich Wehler, 19th century German social
  • Russell Weigley, military
  • Gerhard Weinberg, Germany, World War II
  • Roberto Weiss Renaissance
  • Frank Welsh (born 1931), British imperial
  • Christopher Whatley, Scottish
  • John Wheeler-Bennett, German
  • John Whyte, Northern Ireland and on divided societies
  • Christopher Wickham, medieval
  • Alexander Wilkinson (born 1975), early modern European; books
  • Toby Wilkinson (born 1969), ancient Egypt
  • Eric Williams (1911–1981), Guianese, Caribbean
  • Glanmor Williams
  • Glyndwr Williams, exploration
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  • John Willingham, Texas
  • Andrew Wilson, Ukraine
  • Clyde N. Wilson, 19th century U.S. South
  • Ian Wilson (born 1941), religious
  • Henry Winkler (born 1938), German
  • Keith Windschuttle (born 1942), Australian; historiography
  • Gordon Wright (1912–2000), modern French
  • Robert S. Wistrich, Anti-Semitism, Holocaust, Jews
  • John B. Wolf, French
  • Michael Wolffsohn, German Jewish
  • Herwig Wolfram (born 1934), Medieval
  • Gordon S. Wood, American Revolution
  • Michael Wood
  • Thomas Woods, American; conservatism
  • C. Vann Woodward (1908–1999), American South
  • Lucy Worsley, British
  • Lawrence C. Wroth, American printing trade
  • Robert J. Young, French Third Republic
  • Robert M. Young (born 1935), medicine
  • Nicolas Zafra (1892–1979), Filipino
  • Gregorio F. Zaide (1907–1986), Filipino
  • Adam Zamoyski (born 1949) Napoleonic era
  • Alfred-Maurice de Zayas, German
  • Howard Zinn (1922–2010) American
  • Rainer Zitelmann, German
  • Marek Żukow-Karczewski, Poland, Kraków
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