List of Jewish historians
- David Abulafia, professor of history, University of Cambridge (Jewish
Year Book 2005, p.218)
- Ignac Acsady, Hungarian social and
- Howard Adelson, U.S. mediaeval
- Cyrus Adler, U.S. historian of Jewish history.
- Geoffrey Alderman , historian
- Herbert Aptheker, leader in
Communist Party, historian
- Yehoshua Arieli, Israeli
- Walter Leonard Arnstein, U.S.
- Raymond Aron, French historian of
- Robert Aron, French author and
- David Asheri, Israeli classical
- Simon Ashkenazi, Polish modern
- David Ayalon, Israeli historian of
Islam and Judaism.
- Bernard Bailyn, U.S. Colonial
- Richard Barnett, museum curator and archaeologist (JYB 1985 p187)
- George Louis Beer, U.S.
historian of 16th-19th century commerce.
- Emile-Auguste Begin, French
physician, historian and librarian.
- Max Beloff, English historian
and political scientist.
- Joaquim Bensaude Portuguese
historian of astronomy and navigation.
- Norman Bentwich, British lawyer
- Israil Bercovici, Romanian
playwright and historian
- Jay Berkovitz, U.S. historian of Jews in France and early modern
- Harry Bernstein, U.S. historian.
- Elias Joseph Bickerman, U.S.
scholar of ancient history.
- Camille Bloch, French historian,
archivist and librarian.
- Gustave Bloch, French Graeco-Roman
- Marc Bloch, French historian of
- Herbert Bloch, German born Amrican classicist.
- Solomon Frank Bloom, U.S.
historian of modern Europe.
- Jerome Blum, U.S. historian.
- Daniel Boorstin, U.S. historian; official historian at the Smithsonian
Institution & the Library of Congress.,
- Woodrow Wilson Borah, U.S.
- Ambrosio Brandao, Portuguese
historian and soldier.
- Harry Bresslau, German
- Berthold Bretholz, Moravian
- Jacob Bronowski, historian of
- Robert Brunschvig, French
historian of Islam.
- Max Buedinger, German modern
- Norman Cantor, mediaeval historian.
- Achille Coen, Italian
- David Cohen, Dutch historian
and Jewish leader.
- Gustave Cohen, Belgian
historian of mediaeval French literature and theatre.
- Mark Cohen, American historian of the Jews under medieval Islam
- Robert Cohen, French historian
of ancient Greece.
- Michael Confino, Israeli
German historian of mediaeval Florence.
Hermann Dessau, German historian and philologist.
Isaac Deutscher, Polish-born British Marxist historian and political
Max Dimont, Max I. Dimont was a Finnish-American Jew and a popular
historian and author.
Martin Duberman, U.S. historian and playwright.
Ariel Durant, American historian; author of The Story of
Ludwig Edelstein, ancient medicine.
Victor Ehrenberg, German historian of the ancient world.
Louis Eisenman, French historian of Europe.
Abraham Eisenstadt, U.S. historian.
Sir Geoffrey Rudolph Elton, German-born British historian of
Carlo Errera, Italian geographer and historian of exploration.
Richard Ettinghausen, German-born US art historian
Louis Filler, U.S. historian.
Sidney Fine, U.S. historian.
Samuel Finer, British political scientist and historian
Sir Moses I. Finley, Classical Historian.
Robert Fogel, American economic historian and nobel laureate
Heinrich Friedjung, Moravian historian and politician.
Saul Friedländer, Czech-born French-Israeli historian of the
Alexander Fuks, Israeli classical historian.
Peter Gay, German-born American historian of ideas.
Leo Gershoy, U.S. historian.
Felix Gilbert, U.S. political historian.
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Gustave Glotz, French ancient Greek historian.
Eric F. Goldman, U.S. modern historian.
Yosef Goldman, author of Hebrew Printing in America
Sir Ernst Gombrich, Austrian-born British art historian.
Martin Goodman (historian) (Jewish Year Book 2005 p215)
Louis Reichental Gottschalk, U.S. historian of modern Europe.
Philip Guedalla, biographer
Hans G. Guterbock, german born hittitologist.
Elie Halevy, French historian, "A History of the English People in the
19th century 1915-30".
George W. F. Hallgarten, historian: "The German-Jewish historian,
Louis Halphen, French mediaevalist.
Theodore Stephen Hamerow, U.S. historian.
Marceli Handelsman, Polish constitutional and political historian.
Oscar Handlin, U.S. social historian.
Henry Harrisse, U.S. historiographer.
Ludo Moritz Hartmann, Austrian historian and statesman.
Henri Hauser, French ancient and mediaeval historian.
Sigmund Herzberg-Fraenkel, Austrian historian.
Jack H. Hexter, U.S. historian of modern Europe.
Uriel Heyd, Israeli historian of Islam.
Raul Hilberg, Austrian-born American Holocaust historian
Gertrude Himmelfarb, American historian of Victorian Britain.
Heinrich Otto Hirschfield, German Roman historian.
Eric Hobsbawm, Egyptian-born British Marxist historian.
Richard Hofstadter, U.S. political historian.
Samuel Justin Hurwitz, U.S. historian.
Harold Melvin Hyman, U.S. historian.
Siegfried Isaacsohn, German historian.
Jonathan Israel, British historian (Jewish Year Book 2005, p.215)
Joseph Jacobs , editor of the Jewish Encyclopedia
Oscar Isaiah Janowsky, U.S. historian of modern Europe and Jews.
Lisa Jardine, British historian (ref see List of British
Louis de Jong, Dutch historian and journalist.
Matthew Josephson, U.S. social historian.
Titus Flavius Josephus, Ancient Jewish Historian.
Ernst Kantorowicz, German-born American mediaevalist.
Solomon Katz, U.S. historian.
Elie Kedourie, Iraq-born British historian (Jewish Year Book 1990
Morton Keller, U.S. historian.
Dorothy King, British archaeologist and ancient historian
James Klugmann, communist historian
Richard Koebner, Israeli German historian.
Hans Kohn, U.S. political and social historian.
Michael Kraus, U.S. historian.
Leonard Krieger, U.S. historian.
Hyman Kublin, U.S. historian of the far east.
Thomas Samuel Kuhn, U.S. historian of science.
Otto Kurz, historian (Jewish Year Book 1975 p214)
Gyula Lanczy, Hungarian economic historian.
David Landes, U.S. economic historian.
Benno Landsberger, Austrian born assyriologist.
Max Laserson, Latvian historian.
Sir Sidney Lee, second editor of the Dictionary of National
Max Lerner, U.S. journalist and social historian.
Joseph Levenson, U.S. specialist in Chinese history.
Wilhelm Levison, German mediaevalist.
Yitzchak Levine, columnist
Arthur Levy, French historian.
Leonard William Levy, U.S. political historian.
Paul Levy, French linguistic historian.
Bernard Lewis, British orientalist, History of Islam.
David Malcolm Lewis, British historian. (Jewish Year Book 1995 p.193)
Felix Liebermann, German mediaevalist.
Ephraim Lipson, British economic historian.
Deborah Lipstadt, U.S. Holocaust historian
Victor Loewe, German historian and archivist.
Robert Sabatino Lopez, U.S. mediaevalist.
Sidney Low, British statesman, journalist and political
Samuel Lozinski, Russian historian.
John Lukacs, Hungarian-US historian
Alberto Lumbroso, Italian historian of the Napoleonic period.
Giacomo Lumbroso, Italian classical historian and archaeologist.
Sir Philip Magnus-Allcroft, 2nd Baronet, biographer
Frank Manuel, U.S. historian.
Henrik Marczali, Hungarian historian.
Shula Marks, South African-British expert on African history (Jewish
Year Book 2005 p215)
Ludwig Markus, German expert in Abyssinian and Beta Israeli
Arno J. Mayer, Luxembourg-born American historian.
Gustav Mayer, German political and social historian.
Mark Borisovich Mitin, Russian politician and historian.
Arnaldo Momigliano, Italian-British historian.(Jewish Year Book 1985
Felice Momigliano, Italian philosopher and historian.
Simon Sebag Montefiore , British historian of Russia.
Hugh Sebag Montefiore , British WW2 historian.
Richard Brandon Morris, U.S. constitutional historian.
Louis C. Morton, U.S. historian.
George Mosse, German-born American historian of ideas.
Friederich Munzer, German classical scholar.-->
Gustavus Myers, U.S. social historian.
Oskar Nachod, German historian and bibliographer.
Lewis Bernstein Namier, Polish-born British historian.
Alexander Nove, economic historian (Jewish Year Book 1990 p202)
Sir Francis Palgrave, British historian.
Erwin Panofsky, German-born American art historian
Ilan Pappé, Israeli historian.
Max Perlbach, German mediaevalist.
Martin Phillipson, German modern historian and communal leader.
Koppel S. Pinson, U.S. political and social historian.
Richard Pipes, Polish-born American historian of Russia.
Karl Polanyi, economist and historian
Sidney Pomerantz, U.S. historian.
Richard Popkin, historian of philosophy
George Posener, French Egyptologist.
Sir Michael Postan, British historian. (Jewish Year Book 1985 p188)
Joshua Prawer, Israeli historian of the kingdom of jerusalem and the
Alfred Pribram, Austrian historian and publicist.
Jacob Psantir, Rumanian historian of the Jews.
Theodore Rabb, Renaissance historian.
Armin Rappaport, U.S. historian.
Sidney Ratner, U.S. economic historian.
Ludwig Riess, German constitutional historian.
Samuele Romanin, Italian historian of classical Rome and Judaism.
Nello Roselli, Italian historian.
Arthur Rosenberg, German historian and Zionist.
Michael Alan Ross, American writer and author of BostonWalks The
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Cecil Roth , British historian and editor of the Encyclopaedia
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- Julius Salomon, Danish
historian and archivist.
- Simon Schama , British historian
- J. Salwyn Schapiro, American
historian of modern Europe.
- Leonard Schapiro , historian
- Meyer Schapiro,
Lithuanian-born American art historian
- Moses Schorr, historian of Polish Jews
- Debra Schultz, American feminist historian
- Yossi Schwartz, The Origins of The Jews Y&R Gitam = CEO
- Simon Sebag Montefiore, British historian specialising in Russia
- Tom Segev, Israeli historian.
- Arturo Segre, Italian
political and commercial historian.
- Bernard Semmel, U.S.
- Joseph Shulim, U.S.
- Bernhard von Simson, German
- Paul Simson, German
- Charles Singer, British
historian of science and medicine.
- Ephraim Avigdor Speiser, American assyriologist and archeologist.
- Louis Snyder, U.S.
- Arthur Stein, Austrian historian of classical rome.
- Sir Aurel Stein , archeologist
- Henri Stein, French
bibliographer and historian.
- Samuel Steinherz,
- Alfred Stern, Swiss social
- Barry Supple, British economic historian (Jewish Year Book, 2005,
- Steve the Jew, a jewish historian whos grandparents were part of the
- Jacob Talmon, Israeli
political and social historian.
- Frank Tannenbaum, U.S.
- Rosa Levin Toubin, Jewish
- Hans Trefousse, U.S.
- Barbara Tuchman, U.S. journalist and historian.
- Irwin Unger, U.S.
political and social historian.
- Geza Vermes , Hungarian-born British historian.
- Bernard Weisberger,
- Eduard Wertheimer,
Hungarian historian of the 19th century.
- Helene Wieruszowski, German-U.S.
- Bertram Wolfe, U.S.
- Leonard Woolf,
British historian of economics.
- Oscar Zeichner,
- Alfred Zimmern,
British political scientist and authority on
- Howard Zinn, American historian