The International Network for Theory of History was established in 2012. Its aim is to foster collaboration and the exchange of ideas among theorists of history.
Numerous scholars around the world are working on the theory and philosophy of history: the ever growing number of new publications and journals devoted to this subject attest to the intellectual blossoming of the field. However the field of historical theory remains fragmented and most of its researchers often work at the periphery of long-established academic disciplines and frequently in relative isolation. Because of this, it is difficult to keep track of theorists of history, conferences, calls for papers, etc. The aim of this network is to facilitate this by offering a directory of theorists of history, an online community-based bibliography of theory of history, as well as a forum for announcing events.
INTH is non-exclusive (free membership), non-thematic and community-based. Anyone who identifies herself as a theorist of history is invited to join in, to benefit from the network’s resources and to contribute. Please feel free to send us any kind of information on new (or missing) publications, events and researchers.
Frank Ankersmit (University of Groningen), Michael Bentley (University of St Andrews), Stefan Berger (Ruhr-University Bochum), Dipesh Chakrabarty (University of Chicago), Sande Cohen (California Institute of the Arts), Ewa Domanska (Poznan University), Elizabeth Ermarth (Trent University, Petersborough), Jonathan Gorman (Queens University, Belfast), François Hartog (EHESS), Lucian Hölscher (Ruhr-University Bochum), Keith Jenkins, (University of Chichester), Wulf Kansteiner (State University of New York), Ethan Kleinberg (Wesleyan University), Giovanni Levi (University of Venice), Antonis Liakos (University of Athens), Chris Lorenz, (Free University of Amsterdam), Allan Megill (University of Virginia), Alun Munslow (Staffordshire University), Nancy Partner (McGill University, Montreal), Herman Paul (University of Leiden), Jurgen Pieters (Ghent University), Ann Rigney (Utrecht University), Jörn Rüsen (Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, Essen), Michael S. Roth (Wesleyan University), Gabrielle Spiegel (Johns Hopkins University), Joan Wallach Scott (Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton), Veronica Tozzi (University of Buenos Aires), Edward Q. Wang (Rowan University), Hayden White (University of California Santa Cruz)
Jaume Aurell (for Spain), Julio Bentivoglio and Sérgio Campos Gonçalves (for Brazil), Davide Bondì (for Italy), Ben Dorfman (for Denmark), Christophe Bouton (for France), Takahiko Hasegawa (for Japan), Adrian Jones (for Australia), María Inés La Greca (for Argentina), Jamie Melrose (for the UK), Ignacio Munoz Delaunoy (for Chile), Ulrich Timme Kragh (for Asia), Nikolai S. Rozov (for Russia), Emilia Salvanou (for Greece), Marek Tamm (for Estonia), Eugen Zelenak (for Slovakia)
Berber Bevernage (Ghent University), Tessa Boeykens (Ghent University), Lore Colaert (Ghent University), Broos Delanote (University of Leuven), Anton Froeyman (Ghent University), Gisele Iecker de Almeida (Ghent University), Kalle Pihlainen (Åbo Akademi University), Kenan Van De Mieroop (Ghent University), Eva Willems (Ghent University)