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Alexander Polyhistor Ammianus Marcellinus@
Ambrose, Stephen Appleby, Joyce
Bede the Venerable, Saint@ Bean, Charles Edwin Woodrow@
Bontempi, Giovanni Andrea@ Boorstin, Daniel
Brinkley, Alan Burckhardt, Jacob
Barzun, Jacques Churchill, Winston@
Caesar, Julius@ Cahill, Thomas
Cassius Dio@ Diodorus Siculus@
Diogenes Laertius Ellis, Joseph
Evans, Harold Foote, Shelby
Froissart, Jean Gibbon, Edward
Goodwin, Doris Kearns Gregory of Tours@
Herodotus@ Johnson, Paul
Josephus@ Jackson, Helen Hunt@
Keegan, John Khaldun, Ibn@
Leuchtenburg, William Livy@
Morison, Samuel Eliot Maier, Pauline
Mandel, Ernest Marx, Karl@
Macaulay, Thomas Nennius
Pisan, Christine de@ Plutarch@
Polybius@ Procopius of Caesarea
Parker, Geoffrey Said, Edward
Sallust@ Schiller, Friedrich@
Terkel, Studs Thucydides@
Toynbee, Arnold Toynbee, Arnold Joseph
Tacitus@ Voegelin, Eric@
Webb, Walter Prescott@ Xenophon@

See Also:

  • Alf J. Mapp, Jr.: Showcases the works of this historian and scholar.
  • Arazi, Doron: Israeli historian, journalist and author. Recent articles, primarily in German, available.
  • Bacon, Jacqueline: An independent author of books on African-American history, media criticism, African-American and women's rhetoric, and other topics. Biography, bibliography, and reviews available.
  • Carley, Michael Jabara: Contains information on this historian's publications, courses, editorial, and publishing activities.
  • Catholic Encyclopedia: John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton, Baron Acton: Biography of the historian best-known for his view of the corruption power causes.
  • Fernand Braudel Center for the Study of Economies, Historical Systems, and Civilizations: Binghamton University center which continues Braudel's study of large-scale social change over long periods of historical time. Papers, description of scholarly activities and events, and organizational structure available.
  • J. Kelly Robison, PhD: Contains American history texts, an extensive collection of historical documents and information to help students understand the process of doing history, including writing research papers and taking exams. Contains information on American Indian, American West and New Mexico history.
  • Jones, Tod E.: Lecturer in the Department of English, University of Maryland, with a particular interest in the history and theology of the Christian Church in Victorian England.
  • Kertzer, David: Information on the books and other professional activities of this historian and anthropologist, the Paul Dupee University Professor of Social Science at Brown University.
  • Luker, Ralph: Historian specializing in Civil Rights Movement and African-American history. Articles, bibliography, and list of current projects provided, as well as weblog and C.V.
  • Mladjov, Ian S.R.: Recent papers, conference presentations, and articles. Also contains his collection of detailed chronological and genealogical lists of rulers, along with historical notes on the origin of the state, rulers' titles, and other background information.
  • Paksoy, H.B.: E-texts of donated works on Central Asian history by Prof. H.B. Paksoy.
  • Sanders, Brandon: Author of books about World War II and Olympic history. Site includes contact information, bibliography, and selected links.
  • The Historians and Their Books: A listing of major historians, with bibliographies.
  • Valencius, Conevery Bolton: Assistant Professor of the Department of History at Washington University in Saint Louis, with current research and courses, curriculum vitae and links.

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