Dr Jane Winters

Reader in Digital Humanities and Head of Publications & IHR Digital

+44 (0)20 7862 8789

Jane has been Head of Publications at the Institute since 1999, and of the new IHR Digital since the autumn of 2010. She is responsible for the IHR's publishing and scholarly communications strategy, including the management of a range of research projects focusing on the provision of digital resources for historians. Currently, she is Co-Director of the JISC-funded Connected Histories project; Principal Investigator of the AHRC-funded Early English Laws project to digitise Anglo-Saxon legal texts; and Publishing Editor of the Bibliography of British and Irish History. She is also Executive Editor of the IHR's journal, Historical Research.

Jane is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, and a founder member of the Porta Historica network of editors of historical texts. She is a member of the Academic Steering & Advocacy Committee of the Open Library of Humanities.

Twitter: @jfwinters

Research and publications

Jane's research interests include the forest law of 13th-century England, digital humanities, peer review in the digital environment, text editing, the use of social media in an academic context, e-repositories, and open access publishing.

Digital projects

Current digital projects

Previous digital projects