February issue of Historical Research

February issue of Historical Research

Historical Research, vol. xci, no. 251 Articles: Simon de Montfort’s sheriffs, 1264–5. Richard Cassidy Counties without borders? Religious politics, kinship networks and the formation of Catholic communities. James E. Kelly ‘Round-head Knaves’: the Ballad of...

New Historical Research articles

Troubling agency: agency and charity in early nineteenth-century London. Megan Clare Webber (This article is a revised version of a paper given at the British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar at the Institute of Historical Research on 16 March 2016. It...

Historical Research – top 5 most cited articles

Discover and Share Top Research From Historical Research Enjoy FREE access to the top 5 most cited articles over the past two years. These key articles are generating conversation and influencing your community. Top 5 Most Cited Articles:   The rise of the promeneur:...
New Historical Research articles

New Historical Research articles

Telling a tale with the names changed: contemporary comparisons of the Rye House Plot to the 1696 Assassination Plot. Beth Branscome When a Jacobite plot to assassinate William III was discovered in 1696, supporters of William and his whig-dominated ministry pointed...

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November issue of Historical Research

Historical Research, vol. xc, no. 250 Articles:  Miscellanies, Christian reform and early medieval encyclopaedism: a reconsideration of the pre-bestiary Latin Physiologus manuscripts. Anna Dorofeeva Wales in late medieval and early modern English histories: neglect,...