Institute of Historical Research

The Russian Revolution - centenary lecture series starts 21st February

The IHR is marking the centenary of the Russian Revolution with a series of lectures by leading scholars tracking the events of 1917 month by month. First up is Peter Waldron on 'The February Revolution: Eight days in Petrograd'.

Inaugural George Weidenfeld Lecture in Jewish History 2017

Towards a History of Jewish Emancipation Politics.

In this lecture, David Sorkin, Professor of Jewish History at Yale University, will examine the involvement of Jewish communal and religious leaders in the processes of Jewish emancipation in Europe from the early modern period onwards.

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History Now and Then - History and Religion(s)
Chair: Daniel Snowman (Institute of Historical Research, School of Advanced Study), Felicity Heal, Diarmaid MacCulloch, Miri Rubin, Brian Young, Added 22 Feb 2017
Dwelling in the temporary: (im)mobilities in conflict
Cathrine Brun (Oxford Brookes University), Added 16 Feb 2017
Richmond, Surrey: 1850-1900. A suburb of London?
Mike Brownlee (IHR), Added 15 Feb 2017
Using Painted Maps as Evidence: Images in Colonial Mexico's Land Grant Proceedings
Ana Pulido-Rull (University of Arkansas), Added 15 Feb 2017

News and jobs

Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire
Grant schemes: research, publication and education
The Wiener Library Ernst Fraenkel Prize
Competition for book-length academic manuscripts on the Holocaust
Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire
Annual prizes for dissertations
Thomas Arthur Arnold Fund for Excellence in Historical...
Two postdoctoral fellowships in historical studies
Zvi Yavetz School of Historical Studies
Two post-doctoral fellowships of $30,000 each