History and Theory: Studies in the Philosophy of History

History and Theory leads the way in exploring the nature of history. Prominent, international thinkers contribute their reflections in the following areas: critical philosophy of history, speculative philosophy of history, historiography, history of historiography, historical methodology, critical theory, and time and culture. Related disciplines are also covered within the journal, including interactions between history and the natural and social sciences, the humanities, and psychology.

Quarterly: February, May, October, December.

Publisher: 
Wiley-Blackwell
ISSN (print): 
0018-2656
ISSN (online): 
1468-2303

Latest articles

Volume 53 (1)

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THE REFLEXIVE TEST OF HAYDEN WHITE'S METAHISTORY
ADRIAN WILSON, vol. 53 (1): 1-23
ENTANGLED MEMORY: TOWARD A THIRD WAVE IN MEMORY STUDIES
GREGOR FEINDT, FÉLIX KRAWATZEK, DANIELA MEHLER, FRIEDEMANN PESTEL, RIEKE TRIMÇEV, vol. 53 (1): 24-44
LÖWITH, LÖWITH'S HEIDEGGER, AND THE UNITY OF HISTORY
HENNING TRÜPER, vol. 53 (1): 45-68
MODERNITY: A PROBLEMATIC CATEGORY IN THE HISTORY OF EMOTIONS
Barbara H. Rosenwein, vol. 53 (1): 69-78
DRAWING THE VEIL OF SOVEREIGNTY: EARLY MODERN ISLAMIC EMPIRES AND UNDERSTANDING SACRED KINGSHIP
Alan Strathern, vol. 53 (1): 79-93
WRITING, BOOKS, AND AFRICA
Shamil Jeppie, vol. 53 (1): 94-104
TWO CONTRASTING FRENCH APPROACHES TO HISTORIOGRAPHY
Georg G. Iggers, vol. 53 (1): 105-118
INTERPRETATION AND EXPLANATION IN CULTURAL SOCIOLOGY
Harvey Goldman, vol. 53 (1): 119-129
AN OPEN INVITATION?: ADDING LINKS TO THE EPISTEMOLOGY OF HISTORICAL REPRESENTATIONS
Bettina M. Carbonell, vol. 53 (1): 130-149
BOOKS IN SUMMARY
vol. 53 (1): 150-153

Volume 52 (4)

Arthur Coleman Danto Orbituary
vol. 52 (4): 0-0
A WAY WITH ANIMALS
DAVID GARY SHAW, vol. 52 (4): 1-12
MILKING OTHER MEN'S BEASTS
ERICA FUDGE, vol. 52 (4): 13-28
FROM SECRET AGENTS TO INTERAGENCY
VINCIANE DESPRET, vol. 52 (4): 29-44
ANIMALS AND THE INTIMACY OF HISTORY
BRETT L. WALKER, vol. 52 (4): 45-67
ANIMAL INDIVIDUALS: A PLEA FOR A NOMINALISTIC TURN IN ANIMAL STUDIES?
THIERRY HOQUET, vol. 52 (4): 68-90
SPEAKING BODIES, SPEAKING MINDS: ANIMALS, LANGUAGE, HISTORY
SUSAN PEARSON, vol. 52 (4): 91-108
ANIMALS WITH RICH HISTORIES: THE CASE OF THE LIONS OF GIR FOREST, GUJARAT, INDIA
MAHESH RANGARAJAN, vol. 52 (4): 109-127
DOGS, HISTORY, AND AGENCY
CHRIS PEARSON, vol. 52 (4): 128-145