Join us for History Day 2020: Thursday 19th November

Join us for History Day 2020: Thursday 19th November

By Kate Wilcox and Argula Rublack In this post, Kate Wilcox and Argula Rublack — co-organisers of History Day 2020 — explain what’s available at this year’s online event. As a celebration of historical collections, History Day combines...
The Bibliography of British and Irish History goes to war

The Bibliography of British and Irish History goes to war

By Isaac Woolley, University of Leicester The Bibliography of British and Irish History (BBIH) is a record of over 620,000 books, articles and essays relating to the British and Irish past, worldwide. The Bibliography is updated three times a year, with the latest...
Environment & History: call for posts to new IHR blog series

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

By Sarah Johanesen Over the coming months on the IHR blog, ‘On History’, we’ll be carrying a special series of posts on the theme of ‘Environment & History’. Some of this content will be commissioned from historians prominent in this field. But we’re...
Applied Public History: Places, People, Stories. A new IHR MOOC

Applied Public History: Places, People, Stories. A new IHR MOOC

By Catherine Clarke In this post Professor Catherine Clarke introduces the IHR’s new MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) in Applied Public History, which is now available. Who’s it for, why should you get involved, and what did Catherine and the many people...
Reviews in History: call to join our editorial advisory board

Reviews in History: call to join our editorial advisory board

By Vanessa Rockel and Philip Carter Would you like to help shape the future of the IHR’s Reviews in History? We’re currently inviting applications to join our editorial advisory board. ‘Reviews in History’ is an online service run by the historical community for the...