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Nobody thinks being an art historian is physical work, but it is.
The prominence given to the church seems to have appealed forcibly to the historian.
Yesterday's papers are quite valuable to the historian.
Working on this kind of thing is a good way to trick yourself into thinking you're a historian.
Michelle, meanwhile, found herself married to another historian.
The art historian set out to discover how the pictures were made.
Eventually he became a self-styled military historian and intelligence officer.
As an elected official is accountable to the citizenry a historian should be accountable to his biases.
The continual rearrangement of the past to suit current prejudices is, after all, the historian's work.
Every historian knows that a hegemonic currency is part of an imperial system of political relations.
He is an avid historian, enjoys philosophical debates and has a wicked sense of humor.
To help you direct your question each historian is listed with his or her subject area of expertise.

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