Henrik Schück (2 November 1855 -3 October 1947) was a Swedish literary historian, university professor and author.
Johan Henrik Emil Schück was a professor at the Lund University 1890-98. He was a professor at Uppsala University 1898-1920 and later Rector 1905-1918. He was a member of the Swedish Academy 1913-1947, holding seat 3. He served as a member of the Nobel Committee of the academy 1920-1936. He was Chairman of the Board of the Nobel Foundation 1918-1929. He was also a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Letters, History and Antiquities and the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. 
In 1880 Schück was one of the founders of the Swedish Literature Society in Uppsala. He developed a reputation as a foremost literary historical researchers. He worked on the development of historic literature studies with university professor and librarian of the Nobel Library of the Swedish Academy, Karl Johan Warburg (1852-1918). They jointed edited Illustrerad svensk litteraturhistoria which covers Swedish literature for the period up to 1870. He also wrote a series of biographies of historic figures including Engelbrekt Engelbrektsson, Olaus Petri, King Gustav III as well as William Shakespeare.
- William Schakspere, hans lif och verksamhet, (1883-1884)
- Skrifter i svensk litteraturhistoria, 1887)
- Våra äldsta historiska folkvisor, (1891
- Lars Wivallius, hans lif och dikter, 2 vol., (1893-1895)
- Allmän litteraturhistoria, (several versions)
- Bidrag till svensk bokhistoria, (1900)
- Engelbrekt (1915)
- Illustrerad svensk litteraturhistoria, three volumes; with Karl Warburg (1917–1918)
- Henrik Schück (Nordisk familjebok)
- Henrik Schück (Svenskt biografiskt handlexikon)
- Johan Henrik Emil Schück (Nordic Authors)
- Johannesson, Hans-Erik and Lars Lönnroth (1990) Den Svenska Litteraturen VII ISBN 91-34-51422-8
- This article is fully or partially based on material from Nordisk familjebok, Schück ,Johan Henrik Emil 1855-1947.
Carl Gustaf Malmström
Seat No 3
Henrik Samuel Nyberg
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|Chairman of the Nobel Foundation