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 56 (1)

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vol. 56 (1): 1-1
A WORLD CONNECTING? FROM THE UNITY OF HISTORY TO GLOBAL HISTORY
FRANZ L. FILLAFER, vol. 56 (1): 3-37
POSTCOLONIALITY AND THE TWO SITES OF HISTORICITY
RITWIK RANJAN, vol. 56 (1): 38-53
1. INDIA IN A WORLD: DILEMMAS OF SOVEREIGNTY
NEILESH BOSE, vol. 56 (1): 54-60
2. OF SOVEREIGNS, SACRED KINGS, AND POLEMICS
HUSSEIN FANCY, vol. 56 (1): 61-70
3. BUDDHIST TECHNOLOGIES OF STATECRAFT AND MILLENNIAL MOMENTS
ANNE M. BLACKBURN, vol. 56 (1): 71-79
4. IMPERIAL SOVEREIGNTY IN MUGHAL AND BRITISH FORMS
DAVID GILMARTIN, vol. 56 (1): 80-88
5. MILLENNIAL SOVEREIGNTY, TOTAL RELIGION, AND TOTAL POLITICS
A. AZFAR MOIN, vol. 56 (1): 89-97
WHAT IS HISTORY? WHAT IS LITERATURE?
Dominick LaCapra, vol. 56 (1): 98-113
POSTMODERNISM, SOCIAL SCIENCE, AND HISTORY: RETURNING TO AN UNFINISHED AGENDA
David D. Roberts, vol. 56 (1): 114-126
THE TRUTH HURTS: VERA SCHWARCZ'S HEARTFELT QUEST
Joshua A. Fogel, vol. 56 (1): 127-137
THE CRISIS OF HUMANITY: OR, WHAT IF WE HAVE NEVER BEEN HUMAN?
Adam Dodd, vol. 56 (1): 138-145
FORGERY AND THE SPECTER OF PHILOLOGY
Ines G. Županov, vol. 56 (1): 146-159
BOOKS IN SUMMARY
vol. 56 (1): 160-162
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vol. 56 (1): 164-164

Volume 55 (4)

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vol. 55 (4): 1-1
INTRODUCTORY REMARKS: FOUCAULT'S LES MOTS ET LES CHOSES AT 50
PETER E. GORDON, vol. 55 (4): 3-6
PHENOMENOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY IN FOUCAULT'S “INTRODUCTION TO BINSWANGER'S DREAM AND EXISTENCE“: A MIRROR IMAGE OF THE ORDER OF THINGS?
BÉATRICE HAN-PILE, vol. 55 (4): 7-22
VANISHING POINT: LES MOTS ET LES CHOSES, HISTORY, AND DIAGNOSIS
JEAN-CLAUDE MONOD, vol. 55 (4): 23-34
FOUCAULT'S ICONIC AFTERLIFE: THE POSTHUMOUS REACH OF WORDS AND THINGS
NANCY PARTNER, vol. 55 (4): 35-53