Women’s Suffrage at Home and Away

Women’s Suffrage at Home and Away

By Sara Charles Although the history of the women’s suffrage movement (and particularly the Suffragettes) often focusses on London, there was huge amount of activity throughout the U.K. and further afield in the latter part of the nineteenth and early twentieth...
February issue of Historical Research

February issue of Historical Research

Historical Research, vol. xci, no. 251 Articles: Simon de Montfort’s sheriffs, 1264–5. Richard Cassidy Counties without borders? Religious politics, kinship networks and the formation of Catholic communities. James E. Kelly ‘Round-head Knaves’: the Ballad of...

New Historical Research articles

Troubling agency: agency and charity in early nineteenth-century London. Megan Clare Webber (This article is a revised version of a paper given at the British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar at the Institute of Historical Research on 16 March 2016. It...