The grave of Prof. Arthur James Grant and his wife in St Chad's Church, Far Headingley, Leeds
Arthur James Grant (21 June 1862, Farlesthorpe – 24 May 1948, Headingley) was an English historian.
Arthur James Grant was the son of Samuel Grant. He was educated at Boston Grammar School and King's College, Cambridge where he graduated BA in Classics in 1884. He became a University Extension lecturer. From 1897 to 1927 he was Professor of History at Leeds University. Upon his retirement from the professorship in 1927 a drypoint portrait was executed by the artist Malcolm Osborne In 1901 he married Edith Radford (1863-1929). From 1930 to 1932 he was Professor of Modern History at the University of Egypt, Cairo. He is buried at St Chad's Church, Far Headingley.
- Greece in the Age of Pericles, 1893
- The French Monarchy (1483-1789), 1900
- English Historians, 1906
- (with H. V. Temperley) Europe in the Nineteenth Century, 1927
- A History of Europe from 1494 to 1610, 1931
- The Huguenots, 1935