Applied Public History: Places, People, Stories. A new IHR MOOC

Applied Public History: Places, People, Stories. A new IHR MOOC

By Catherine Clarke In this post Professor Catherine Clarke introduces the IHR’s new MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) in Applied Public History, which is now available. Who’s it for, why should you get involved, and what did Catherine and the many people...
Autumn Lectures on Irish, Public, and Modern British History

Autumn Lectures on Irish, Public, and Modern British History

During November 2018, the IHR will host three of its annual named lectures in modern Irish History, Public History and Modern British History with Senia Paseta, Lucy Delap and Richard Vinen. The lectures will be held in the Institute of Historical Research at the...
Motherhood, Loss and the First World War

Motherhood, Loss and the First World War

By Matthew Shaw There have been numerous acts of commemoration for the centenary of the First World War. Many of these have undoubtedly chimed in meaningful ways with the public’s imagination or emotion, such as Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red at the Tower of...

History Day 2016

What is History Day? And how can it help your research? Historical research requires a rich ecosystem of libraries, archives, associations, publishers and other organisations to flourish. Part of the process of becoming a historian, or understaking research with a...