Paternosters and Beads: Finding Devotional Objects in the London Customs Accounts

Unlocking the Records of London’s Medieval Foreign Trade

This blog post was written by Dr Stephen Gadd, Software Developer and GIS Consultant. The IHR’s Centre for the History of People, Place and Community has been carrying out some exploratory research on the potential of analysing London’s medieval customs accounts...

The Historical Aspects of Dilipad: Challenges and Opportunities

This post originally appeared on the Digging into Linked Parliamentary Data project blog, and is a guest post by one of the historians working the project, Luke Blaxill. The Dilipad project is on one hand exciting because it will allow us to investigate ambitious...

Announcing BUDDAH – Big UK Domain Data for the Arts and Humanities

We are delighted to have been awarded AHRC funding for a new research project, ‘Big UK Domain Data for the Arts and Humanities’. BUDDAH aims to transform the way in which researchers in the arts and humanities engage with the archived web, focusing on data...