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- @ihr_history - The Institute of Historical Research
- @CMH_london - Centre for Metropolitan History
- @VCH_london - Victoria County History
- @ReviewsHistory - Reviews in History
- @IHRDigProjects - Seminar Podcasting and Online Training (HistorySPOT)
- @IHR_Events - IHR Events office
- @Inscribe_SAS - InScribe, Online Palaeography Learning Materials
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Read on the blogosphere
We use a variety of blogs to share information about our projects and activities. Readers can follow these to stay current with our research activities.
- Analytical Access to the Domain Dark Archive (AADDA) blog
- Big UK Domain Data for the Arts and Humanities (BUDDAH)
- British History Online
- Connected Histories
- Digging into Linked Parliamentary data (DiliPad)
- Early English Laws
- Histore: Historians' Online Research Environments
- Preservation of Research Data (SHARD) blog
- The Anglo-American conference of historians site
- IHR Winter conference site
- Novel approaches: from academic history to historical fiction