#VCHFutureHistory: Writing the Places We Want

#VCHFutureHistory: Writing the Places We Want

Get involved in #VCHFutureHistoryproject. Your area 50 years from now #VCHFutureHistory: Writing the Places We Want The Victoria County History of England – a national project led from the IHR – is currently a partner in the AHRC-funded project Towns and the Cultural...
New Books from the Victoria County History

New Books from the Victoria County History

By Adam Chapman May is Local History Month and as such we are delighted to introduce two new volumes in the Victoria County History (VCH) series of big Red Books from Staffordshire and from the East Riding of Yorkshire. To celebrate, in collaboration with our...
A Farm in February – reading the agricultural past in a picture

A Farm in February – reading the agricultural past in a picture

By Adam Chapman   What histories can we read in a landscape? How have people and communities been shaped by the places they occupy? Dr Adam Chapman, of the Centre for the History of People, Place and Community, and Editor of the Victoria County History (VCH)...
New from the Victoria County History of Leicestershire: Ibstock

New from the Victoria County History of Leicestershire: Ibstock

Ibstock, by Pamela J. Fisher     The latest Short from the Leicestershire series of the Victoria County History (VCH) has just been published by the University of London Press. Ibstock, written by Pamela Fisher, is the third VCH Short from the Leicestershire...
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...