History and Theory is the premier international journal in the field
of theory and philosophy of history. Founded in 1960, History and Theory
publishes articles, review essays, and summaries of books principally in these
areas: critical philosophy of history, cause, explanation, interpretation, objectivity;
speculative philosophy of history, comparative and global history; historiography,
theoretical dimensions of historians' debates; history of historiography, theory
and practice of past historians and philosophers of history; historical methodology,
examination of texts and other evidence, narrativism, stylistics; critical theory,
Marxism, deconstruction, gender theory, psychoanalysis; time and culture, conceptions
of humanity-in-time; related disciplines, interactions between history and the
natural and social sciences, the humanities, and psychology.
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