History Day 2016
A unique one-day programme vital for postgraduate students, early career researchers and anyone interested in history. The day includes a history fair showcasing libraries, archives and other historical organisations, and offering one-on-one advice on your research.
One-day workshop: Public Speaking for Historians
Love it or loathe it, public speaking is a key part of the historian’s job and an essential skill not just for conferences, but for teaching, interviews and all the other times we present our work. In this one-day interactive workshop, you will learn all the techniques of effective communication, enhance your confidence and ready yourself to face any audience.
Booking open! Cities and Disasters: urban adaptability and resilience in history, 3-4 November 2016
Organised by CMH/NIHU, this conference features 25 papers across 2 days which will explore the ways in which cities across time and geographical regions have experienced, and been shaped by, natural disasters and other ‘shocks’.
‘Little America’: history and architecture of the US Embassy at Grosvenor Square
Join us on the 28 October for a screening of the documentary, ‘Little America’ (2016), exploring the history of the US Embassy at Grosvenor Square- which was commissioned to mark the Embassy’s departure from the Square as it moves to Nine Elms.
Latest from the IHR blog
New library acquisitions
Calls for papers
Dr Michael Passmore, Added 29 Sep 2016
Dr Marcus Collins (University of Loughborough), Added 29 Sep 2016
John Stuart (Kingston University), Added 22 Sep 2016
Stephen Robinson (York St. John University), Added 15 Sep 2016