When tradition gives way to novelty, it becomes hard to tell legitimate historical scholarship apart from journalism. The historian is always working from within a tradition, and when that tradition is anti-traditional, the results are as chaotic, incoherent, and uninformative as one might expect. The traditionalist rejects such an approach.
Imperium Press’ Traditionalist Histories series is a re-centering of historical scholarship, presenting the view from somewhere. The series comprises historical works by pre-eminent scholars free from the whiggism that characterizes so much of modern historical scholarship.