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IHR resources for research and teaching in Black History

IHR resources for research and teaching in Black History

At the start of the UK’s Black History Month, 2020, this post offers a listing of forthcoming events and resources recently gathered by the IHR to assist in the study and research of Black History, and histories of race, migration and empire, in the UK and beyond.

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Environment & History: call for posts to new IHR blog series

Environment & History: call for posts to new IHR blog series

The IHR is commissioning a short series of blog posts on the theme of ‘Environment & History’ and on the intersection of environment histories with contemporary debates and policy formation. If you research in this field, and would like to be considered, please get in touch. We’re especially keen to hear from early career researchers.

Reviews in History: call to join our editorial advisory board

Reviews in History: call to join our editorial advisory board

‘Reviews in History’, the IHR’s academic reviews service, is looking to extend its editorial advisory network: if you’d like to share your expertise and recommendations for new History books and publishing, then please do get in touch. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Environment & History: call for posts to new IHR blog series

Environment & History: call for posts to new IHR blog series

The IHR is commissioning a short series of blog posts on the theme of ‘Environment & History’ and on the intersection of environment histories with contemporary debates and policy formation. If you research in this field, and would like to be considered, please get in touch. We’re especially keen to hear from early career researchers.

Reviews in History: call to join our editorial advisory board

Reviews in History: call to join our editorial advisory board

‘Reviews in History’, the IHR’s academic reviews service, is looking to extend its editorial advisory network: if you’d like to share your expertise and recommendations for new History books and publishing, then please do get in touch. We look forward to hearing from you.

Seeing and understanding fascism: historical lessons from mid-century Spain

Seeing and understanding fascism: historical lessons from mid-century Spain

In this post, Dr Matthew Kerry introduces his new book, ‘Unite, Proletarian Brothers!. Radicalism and Insurrection in the Spanish Second Republic’, published in the IHR and RHS ‘New Historical Perspectives’ series. How might perceptions of mid-century fascism shape approaches to the far-right today?

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