#OpenAccess at the IHR: five new publishing initiatives

#OpenAccess at the IHR: five new publishing initiatives

By Philip Carter For Open Access Week 2018 (21-28 October), here are five ways in which the Institute of Historical Research is engaging with OA publishing. But first …   What is Open Access? Open access refers to the free access to and generally free reuse (usually...
10 Key Findings from the RHS Race, Ethnicity & Equality Report

10 Key Findings from the RHS Race, Ethnicity & Equality Report

Today the Royal Historical Society (RHS) has launched its much anticipated report ‘Race, Ethnicity & Equality in UK History: A Report and Resource for Change.’ The full report includes significant, original research, and highlights the racial and ethnic...
History Day 2018: Call for Papers and Save the Date

History Day 2018: Call for Papers and Save the Date

We are excited to announce that our sixth annual History Day will take place on 27 November 2018. The event is aimed at postgraduate and undergraduate students, academics, early career and private researchers who are looking for advice on how to find and make best use...

New e-resource trial: Secret Files from World Wars to Cold War

  Now trialling: Secret Files from World Wars to Cold War Ends: Friday 8th December 2017. This e-resource is available through library PCs only. Secret Files from World Wars to Cold War: Intelligence, Strategy and Diplomacy provides access to government secret...

Diderot and d’Alembert’s Encyclopedie

Anyone craving a bit of Enlightenment might want to head to the third floor reading room of the Institute’s library where there is a small display showing a few choice articles from Denis Diderot and Jean le Rond d’Alembert’s Encyclopedie. Thanks to the generosity of...