What Defines a Professional Historian?

A Historicizing Model

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What Defines a Professional Historian?

A Historicizing Model

in Journal of the Philosophy of History

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8

Peter NovickThat Noble Dream: The “Objectivity Question” and the American Historical Profession (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press1988) pp. 573–629.

9

Bernhard SteinhaufDie Wahrheit der Geschichte: zum Status katholischer Kirchengeschichtsschreibung am Vorabend des Modernismus (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang1999) pp. 268–304.

10

Ines OberlingErnst Perels (1882–1945): Lehrer und Forscher an der Berliner Universität (Bielefeld: Verlag für Regionalgeschichte2005) p. 100. The quotation comes from G. v[on] Below “Gutachtliche Aeusserung über Krammers Ausgabe der Lex Salica” Neues Archiv der Gesellschaft für Ältere Deutsche Geschichtskunde 41 (1919) 405.

12

Francis Smith“Die Schlacht bei Carrhä,” Historische Zeitschrift115 (1916) 237–263.

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Aleksandra Pawliczek“Zwischen Anerkennung und Ressentiment: der jüdische Mediävist Harry Bresslau (1848–1926),” Simon Dubnow Institute Yearbook6 (2007) 389–409; Nils Roemer Jewish Scholarship and Culture in Nineteenth-Century Germany: Between History and Faith (Madison wi: University of Wisconsin Press 2005) pp. 95–96.

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Mircea OgrinErnst Bernheim (1850–1942): Historiker und Wissenschaftspolitiker im Kaiserreich und in der Weimarer Republik (Stuttgart: Franz Steiner2012) pp. 26 42.

17

Herman Paul“Distance and Self-Distanciation: Intellectual Virtue and Historical Method around 1900,” History and TheorySpecial Issue 50 (2011) 104–116.

19

Ibid. pp. 128 129.

20

Ibid. p. 124.

21

Walther Hubatsch“Friedrich von Bezold, 1848–1928,” in Bonner Gelehrte: Beiträge zur Geschichte der Wissenschaften in Bonnvol. 1 (Bonn: H. Vouvier& Co.; Ludwig Röhrscheid 1968) pp. 284–292 at p. 285.

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Herman Paul“What Is a Scholarly Persona? Ten Theses on Virtues, Skills, and Desires,” History and Theory53 (2014) 348–371.

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