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 54 (4)

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HISTORY AND THEORY IN A GLOBAL FRAME
ETHAN KLEINBERG, WILLIAM R. PINCH, vol. 54 (4): 1-4
HISTORY, TIME, AND TEMPORALITY IN A GLOBAL FRAME: ABDALLAH LAROUI'S HISTORICAL EPISTEMOLOGY OF HISTORY
NILS RIECKEN, vol. 54 (4): 5-26
HISTORICAL THEORY THROUGH A PERUVIAN LOOKING GLASS
MARK THURNER, vol. 54 (4): 27-45
IN AND OUT OF THE WEST: ON THE PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE OF CHINESE HISTORICAL THEORY
XUPENG ZHANG, vol. 54 (4): 46-63
WRITING HISTORY IN COLONIAL TIMES: POLEMIC AND THE RECOVERY OF SELF IN LATE NINETEENTH-CENTURY SOUTH INDIA
DILIP M. MENON, vol. 54 (4): 64-83
BRAZILIAN HISTORICAL WRITING IN GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE: ON THE EMERGENCE OF THE CONCEPT OF “HISTORIOGRAPHY”
MATEUS HENRIQUE PEREIRA, PEDRO AFONSO CRISTOVÃO DOS SANTOS, THIAGO LIMA NICODEMO, vol. 54 (4): 84-104
BETWEEN AFFECT AND HISTORY: SOVEREIGNTY AND ORDINARY LIFE AT AKWESASNE, 1929–1942
CHRISTOPHER CLEMENTS, vol. 54 (4): 105-124
RABINDRANATH AND RABINDRANATH TAGORE: HOME, WORLD, HISTORY
RANJAN GHOSH, vol. 54 (4): 125-148

Volume 54 (3)

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HISTORICAL UNDERSTANDING AND HISTORICAL INTERPRETATION AS CONTEXTUALIZATION
BRANKO MITROVIĆ, vol. 54 (3): 311-332
THE PAST IS EVIL/EVIL IS PAST: ON RETROSPECTIVE POLITICS, PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY, AND TEMPORAL MANICHAEISM
BERBER BEVERNAGE, vol. 54 (3): 333-352
STALINISM IN RETROSPECT: HANNAH ARENDT
PETER BAEHR, vol. 54 (3): 353-366
1. INTRODUCTION
MATTHEW SPECTER, vol. 54 (3): 367-371
2. CAN THE CRITIQUE OF CAPITALISM BE ANTIHUMANIST?
MICHAEL C. BEHRENT, vol. 54 (3): 372-388
3. FOUCAULT MUST NOT BE DEFENDED
MITCHELL DEAN, vol. 54 (3): 389-403
4. NEOLIBERALISM THROUGH FOUCAULT'S EYES
SERGE AUDIER, vol. 54 (3): 404-418
HOW WE LIVE WITH THE PAST NOW
Jan E. Goldstein, vol. 54 (3): 419-428
TO CATCH THE ECHO: RETHINKING ACTS OF WITNESSING TO THE SHOAH
Vera Schwarcz, vol. 54 (3): 429-440
NOT QUITE AN UROBOROS: THEORY, POWER, AND POPULAR CULTURE IN EARLY MODERN JAPAN
William Johnston, vol. 54 (3): 441-454