Polesworth abbey (Warws.) and the Marmion lord of Tamworth castle

Polesworth abbey (Warws.) and the Marmion lord of Tamworth castle

By Nigel Tringham Founding a monastic house in middle ages could be a complicated affair, as revealed in this blog by Nigel Tringham introducing his article – ‘Polesworth abbey (Warws.) and the Marmion lord of Tamworth castle: using an Anglo-Saxon saint’s cult in the...
Latest issue of Historical Research

Latest issue of Historical Research

Volume 93, Issue 260 Our latest issue of Historical Research is now available! It features ten great new articles, from the pre-Conquest period up to post war Britain. Starting with the medieval period, we have ‘The earliest arbitration treaty? A...
Applications open for the IHR’s Pollard Prize, 2020

Applications open for the IHR’s Pollard Prize, 2020

The IHR Pollard Prize is awarded annually for the best paper presented at an Institute of Historical Research seminar by a postgraduate student, or by an early career researcher within one year of completing a PhD. The Prize is supported by Oxford University Press,...