Building a Non-State Archive

Building a Non-State Archive

Activist, social, political, and insurgent movements are non-state actors who lack a state archive. Their networked activities craft a non-state archive, made up of their personal papers, films, and oral histories as well as those of the entities who interacted with...
Introducing The House of Commons, 1640-1660

Introducing The House of Commons, 1640-1660

2023 sees the publication of History of Parliament’s long-running House of Commons 1640-1660 project. This blog post by Dr Stephen Roberts has been cross-posted from the History of Parliament blog. The IHR library is grateful for The History of Parliament...
BBIH February 2023 update 

BBIH February 2023 update 

What’s new in BBIH?   The February 2023 update to the Bibliography of British and Irish History adds 3145 new publications. The new update includes books, journal articles, book chapters and edited collections covering all areas of British and Irish history, from 55...
Get to Know Medieval Londoners – New Crowdsourced Research

Get to Know Medieval Londoners – New Crowdsourced Research

Learn about the exciting Medieval Londoners project in this guest blog from Grace Campagna—and discover how you can get involved through Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine’s Transcription Tuesday event on 31 January, 2023. Technological advances are altering the way...