Finding medieval women in IHR library collections

Finding medieval women in IHR library collections

This post was written by Kate Wilcox, Reader Experience and Technical Services Manager at the Institute of Historical Research Library. The IHR library has rich collections for medieval history. The lives of medieval women are illuminated by sources across the library...
February acquisitions for the IHR Library: Jewish histories

February acquisitions for the IHR Library: Jewish histories

This post was written by Alex Kither, Graduate Trainee Library Assistant at the Institute of Historical Research. February has been another busy month of collection development for the IHR library. Our medieval holdings have been enriched with the addition of...
January acquisitions for the IHR Library: oral histories

January acquisitions for the IHR Library: oral histories

This post was written by Alex Kither, Graduate Trainee Library Assistant at the Institute of Historical Research. Despite the lockdown, our collections continue to expand. Over the month of January, the Wohl Library has strengthened several important areas of our...
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...
History Librarians Workshop, 18 June

History Librarians Workshop, 18 June

By Matt Shaw     Our libraries aren’t closed, only the buildings are shut. This, as many librarians have been saying, underscores the great extent to which libraries and librarians have long been involved in providing digital resources, remote services...