Research seminar 2011-12 programme and venue (update)

The 2011-2012 IHR research seminars are just around the corner.  Last month I updated this site with a list of seminar groups who had already posted their new programme online and new locations due to the relocation of the IHR.  It looks to be a fantastic and diverse...

Research seminar 2011-12 programme and venue

We are rapidly approaching the start of a new academic year and therefore a new season for our research seminar programmes.  Most of the seminars for the next year will still run in the Senate House building in which the IHR is located but will likely have a room...

IHR Research Seminar Live Event: Wednesday 16 March 2011

Metropolitan History and Britain in the Long 18th Century 16 March 2011, 5.15pmWolfson Room, IHRJerry White (Birkbeck) City Rivalries and the making of Modern London, 1720-1770The Institute of Historical Research is pleased to present our first live streamed Research...

History of the Carers’ Movement

Anyone interested in the history of the Carers’ Movement should check out last night’s Voluntary Action History seminar by Timothy Cook, now available as a podcast on the IHR website. The History of the Carers’ Movement: A Remarkably Successful Story. Why?...

Podcasts – Voluntary Action History Seminar

The IHR has begun a trial programme to make available podcasts of its seminars, and the first of these is now online. If you’re interested in listening to Lynsey Cullen’s talk on The First Lady Almoner: The Appointment, Position and Findings of Miss Mary...