Popular Category:Fields of history

"Fields of history" refers to the categories professional historians use to classify their broad areas of work within the overall discipline of history. Some of these categories (e.g. cultural history, social history, intellectual history) refer to historical method rather than specific topic of study, while others coincide or partially overlap with the practical classification of history by topic. Articles in this category should be about the disciplinary fields themselves (e.g. Art history), not their subject matter of the fields (e.g. History of art).

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