Hear From Our 2022/23 Interns

Hear From Our 2022/23 Interns

A number of interns were able to join the Institute this year, thanks to generous support from the IHR Trust. Interns worked alongside IHR Fellows on varying research projects, from transcribing oral history interviews on Windrush, to working on the history of...
Learning from the Windrush Scandal Oral History Archives

Learning from the Windrush Scandal Oral History Archives

This summer Destinie Reynolds completed a three-month internship with the IHR’s History & Policy research team. In this blog, Destinie shares her experience of working on the AHRC-funded oral history project “The Windrush Scandal in a Transnational and...
Gender and Bathing in Antiquity 

Gender and Bathing in Antiquity 

This blog was written by Dr Giacomo Savani, an expert in Roman baths and ancient senses, and a recent intern looking at gender histories in the Bibliography of British and Irish History (BBIH). A version of this text was posted on the Women’s History Network blog in...
Bibliography of British and Irish History: October 2023 update 

Bibliography of British and Irish History: October 2023 update 

What’s new in BBIH?   The October 2023 update to the Bibliography of British and Irish History adds 4,091 new publications. The new update includes books, journal articles, book chapters, and edited collections covering all areas of British and Irish history,...
Emotions in the Bibliography of British and Irish History

Emotions in the Bibliography of British and Irish History

This blog was written by Dr Sarah Collins, Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at Newcastle University. Emotions, as the saying goes, make us human. Without thinking, we are surrounded by consequences of emotional decision making—our families, our work, our environment;...