Pacifying the past: British historical culture, 1745-1776

Pacifying the past: British historical culture, 1745-1776 British History in the Long 18th Century SeminarPaul Davis (Princeton)25 January 2012Pacifying the past: British historical culture, 1745-1776This is a guest post by Paul McMenemy, one of IHR Digital’s winter...

Chancery Lane: politics, space and the built environment, c. 1760-1815

British History in the Long 18th CenturyChancery Lane: politics, space and the built environment, c. 1760-1815Francis Boorman (IHR)19 October 2011  Sandwiched between the west and east ends of London, Chancery Lane was a focus point in England’s capital city and...

Cultures of Memory in Early Modern England: Round Table and Discussion

Conversations and Disputations: Discussions among Historians17 June 2011Kate Chedgzoy (Newcastle), Andrew Hiscock (Bangor), Alexandra Walsham (Cambridge), Andy Wood (East Anglia)Cultures of Memory in Early Modern England: Round Table and DiscussionChair: Kate Hodgkin...

City Rivalries and the making of modern London, 1720-1770

Metropolitan History and British History in the Long 18th Century16 March 2011Jerry White (Birkbeck)City Rivalries and the making of modern London, 1720-1770In March 2011 the IHR attempted its first two live streamed seminars.  The idea for the live stream is to show...

Live Stream on History SPOT today

Locating London’s past: a geo-referencing tool for mapping historical and archaeological evidence, 1660-1800 Today History SPOT will play host to a live stream of this workshop on Locating London’s Past.  This should prove an interesting and exciting event...