The IHR Strategy, 2020-25: 1. Digital History

The IHR Strategy, 2020-25: 1. Digital History

By Philip Carter Last week the IHR launched its Mission and Strategy, 2020-25 which was introduced in a blog post by the Institute’s director, Professor Jo Fox. Over the next four weeks we look in more detail at key elements of the Institute’s work for the...
A new look for the Bibliography of British and Irish History

A new look for the Bibliography of British and Irish History

By Sara Charles The latest update of the Bibliography of British and Irish History (BBIH) was published on 3 February 2020. The new update includes two important additions: first, records of more than 4500 new publications, and – second – a new results...
Historians and BBIH. No 5: Matthew Parker and the peer review process

Historians and BBIH. No 5: Matthew Parker and the peer review process

Let’s take 10 famous historical historians — one each week — and see what they can achieve with the Bibliography of British and Irish History (BBIH).  The Bibliography is a record of more than 610,000 publications relating to Britain, Ireland and the British world....
Historians and BBIH: No 4: Walter Bower organises a conference

Historians and BBIH: No 4: Walter Bower organises a conference

Let’s take 10 famous historical historians — one each week — and see what they can achieve with the Bibliography of British and Irish History (BBIH). The Bibliography is a record of more than 600,000 publications relating to Britain, Ireland and the...