IHR Partnership Seminars: January 2021 launch of first 4 series

IHR Partnership Seminars: January 2021 launch of first 4 series

In November 2020 we announced the first 10 seminars series for a new initiative: the IHR online Partnership Seminars. Designed as a space for timely interventions in current and emerging research areas, Partnership Seminars will open up inter-disciplinary and...
IHR Partnership Seminars. A New Programme

IHR Partnership Seminars. A New Programme

As part of its mission to support and facilitate history research and practice across the UK and beyond, the IHR is seeking to develop a new programme of online Partnership Seminars, to launch in January 2021. About the Partnership series The Partnership Seminars will...
The IHR: new & necessary responses to the current crisis

The IHR: new & necessary responses to the current crisis

By Jo Fox, Director of the IHR Recent discussions with historians in the UK and overseas make clear the impact that the COVID-19 crisis is having on research infrastructures in many universities, and more broadly. This has significant implications for us all, but is...
IHR seminars going online for Summer term

IHR seminars going online for Summer term

We’re really pleased to announce that selected IHR seminars are moving online to continue their programmes over the coming weeks. For many seminar series, the Summer term programme begins in early-mid May. Below you’ll find details of those IHR seminars...
Applications open for the IHR’s Pollard Prize, 2020

Applications open for the IHR’s Pollard Prize, 2020

The IHR Pollard Prize is awarded annually for the best paper presented at an Institute of Historical Research seminar by a postgraduate student, or by an early career researcher within one year of completing a PhD. The Prize is supported by Oxford University Press,...