This section contains a list of books and articles relevant both to
this project and to those interested in historiography in general. It
includes works dealing with particular historians and with the history
of various organisations, projects and journals, as well as those detailing
the current and past states of a variety of historical sub-disciplines.
- Out of the Third Reich: Refugee
Historians in Post-War Britain, ed. Peter Alter (London, 1998).
- F. R. Ankersmit, Historical Representation
(Stanford, Calif., 2001).
- Steven E. Aschheim, Beyond the Border: the German-Jewish Legacy Abroad
(Princeton, N. J., 2007).
- Companion to Historiography, ed. Michael Bentley (London, 1997).
- Michael Bentley, Modern Historiography: an Introduction (London,
- Michael Bentley, Modernizing England's Past: English Historiography in
the Age of Modernism 1870–1970 (Cambridge, 2005).
- Writing History: Theory &
Practice, ed. Stefan Berger, Heiko Feldner, Kevin Passmore (London, 2003).
- The History Laboratory: the Institute of Historical Research 1921–1996, ed. Debra J. Birch and Joyce M. Horn (London, 1996).
- Teaching History: a Reader, ed. Hilary Bourdillon (Abingdon, 1994).
- Encyclopedia of Historians and Historical Writing, ed. Kelly Boyd
- Peter Burke, History and Social Theory (Cambridge, 2005).
- New Perspectives on Historical Writing, ed. Peter Burke (University
Park, Pa., 2001).
- Peter Burke, What is Cultural History? (Cambridge, 2004).
- John Burrow, A History of Histories: Epics, Chronicles, Romances and
Inquiries from Herodotus and Thucydides to the Twentieth Century (London,
- What is History Now?, ed. David Cannadine (Basingstoke, 2002).
- The Blackwell Dictionary of Historians,
ed. John Cannon et al. (Oxford, 1988).
- E. H. Carr, What is History?
- Stuart Clark, Thinking
with Demons: the Idea of Witchcraft in Early Modern Europe (Oxford, 1997).
- R. G. Collingwood, The Idea of
History (Oxford, 1946).
- Noel Cowen, Global History: a Short Overview
- English County Histories: a Guide. A Tribute to C. R. Elrington,
ed. C. R. J. Currie and C. P. Lewis (Stroud, 1994).
- A Century of British Medieval Studies, ed. Alan Deyermond (Oxford,
- Historiography: Critical Concepts in Historical Studies, ed. Richard
J. Evans (London, 2005).
- Richard J. Evans, In Defence
of History (London, 1997).
- Richard J. Evans, Cosmopolitan Islanders: British Historians and the European Continent (Cambridge, 2009).
- History and Theory: Contemporary
Readings, ed. Brian Fay, Philip Pomper and Richard E. Vann
- Miles Fairburn, Social History: Problems, Strategies and Methods (Basingstoke, 1999).
- Reconstructing History: the
Emergence of a New Historical Society, ed. Elizabeth Fox-Genovese and Elisabeth Lasch-Quinn
- V. H. Galbraith, The Historian at Work (London, 1962).
- V. H. Galbraith, Historical Study and the State: an Inaugural Lecture
delivered before the University of Oxford on 3 February 1948 (Oxford,
- V. H. Galbraith, An Introduction to the Study of History (London,
- The Houses of History: a Critical
Reader in Twentieth-Century History and Theory, ed. Anna Green and Kathleen Troup (Manchester, 1999).
- Beyond the Canon, ed. M. A. Harder, R. F. Regtuit, G. C.Wakker (Leuven,
- The Study of Economic History: Collected Inaugural Lectures 1893–1970,
ed. N. B. Harte (London, 1971)
- N. B. Harte, One Hundred and
Fifty years of History Teaching at University College London (London,
- Barbara Hibbert, The Articulation of the Study
of History at General Certificate of Education Advanced Level with the Study
of History for an Honours Degree (Thesis, Leeds, 2006).
- Historical Association, The Historical Association 1906–1956 (London,
- Historical Manuscripts Commission, Papers of British Antiquaries and Historians (London, 2003).
- Hermione Hobhouse, London Survey'd: the Work of the Survey of London 1894–1994 (Swindon, 1994).
- The Invention of Tradition, ed. Eric Hobsbawm and Terence Ranger (Cambridge, 1983).
- Dirk Hoerder, Cultures in Contact: World Migrations
in the Second Millennium, (Durham, NC, 2002).
- Globalization in World History,
ed. A. G. Hopkins (London, 2002).
- R. A. Humphreys, The Royal Historical Society 1868–1968 (London, 1969).
- Ben Jay, Tradition and Democracy: Undergraduate History Course 1945–1958 (GRASP Working Paper no. 12, London, 1995).
- The Postmodern History Reader, ed. Keith Jenkins (London, 1997).
- Michael Jones, John Beckett, David Green, History at Nottingham: Teaching,
Research and Departmental Life from the 1880s to the Present (Nottingham,
- Ludmilla Jordanova, History in Practice (London, 2000).
- Harvey J. Kaye, The
British Marxist Historians (Basingstoke, 1995).
- J. Kenyon, The History Men: the Historical Profession in England since
the Renaissance (London, 1993).
- G. S. R. Kitson Clark and G. R. Elton, Guide to Research Facilities in
History in the Universities of Great Britain and Ireland (Cambridge, 1965).
- Historical Controversies
and Historians, ed. William Lamont (London,
- Jon Lawrence, Speaking for the
People: Party, Language, and Popular Politics in England, 1867–1914
- Phillipa Levine, The Amateur and the Professional: Antiquarians, Historians
and Archaeologists in Victorian England (Cambridge, 2002).
- The Records of the Nation: the Public Record Office, 1838–1988, the British
Record Society, 1888–1988, ed. G. H. Martin and Peter Spufford (Woodbridge,
- The Future of the Past: Big Questions in History, ed. Peter Martland
- Arthur Marwick, The Nature of History (3rd edn., London, 1989).
- The Global History Reader, ed. Bruce Mazlish and Akira Iriye (New York, 2005).
- K. B. McFarlane, Letters to Friends,
1940–1966 (Oxford, 1997).
- John McLeod, Beginning Postcolonialism
- Peter Novick, That Noble Dream: the "Objectivity Question"
and the American Historical Profession (Cambridge, 1988).
- Maria Lucia Pallares-Burke, The
New History: Confessions and Conversations (Cambridge, 2002).
- Christopher Parker, The English Historical Tradition since 1850 (Edinburgh, 1990).
- Christopher Parker, The English Idea of History from Coleridge to Collingwood (Aldershot, 2000).
- The Changing Face of English Local History, ed. R. C. Richardson (Aldershot, 2000).
- S. H. Rigby, Marxism and History: a Critical Introduction (Manchester,
- Brian Salter and Ted Tapper, The State and Higher Education (London,
- The Creation of a University System, ed. Michael Shattock (Oxford,
- Jack Simmons, Local, National, and Imperial History: an Inaugural Lecture
delivered at University College, Leicester, 16 Feb. 1948 (Leicester, 1950).
- Daniel Snowman, Hitler Émigrés: the Cultural Impact on Britain of Refugees from Nazism (London, 2002).
- Daniel Snowman, Historians (Basingstoke, 2007).
- Reba N. Soffer, Discipline and Power: the University, History and the
Making of an English Elite 1870–1930 (Stanford, Calif., 1994).
- Beverley Southgate, Why Bother with History: Ancient, Modern and Postmodern
Motivation (Harlow, 2000).
- Carolyn Steedman, Dust (Manchester, 2001).
- British and German Historiography, 1750–1950: Traditions, Perceptions,
and Transfers, ed. Benedikt Stuchtey and Peter Wende (Oxford, 2000)
- John Tosh, Historians on History (London, 2000).
- Rethinking Social History: English
Society 1570–1920 and its Interpretation, ed. Adrian Wilson (Manchester, 1993).
- Keith Windschuttle, The Killing of History: How Literary Critics and
Social Theorists are Murdering Our Past (New York, 1996).
- Richard J. Aldrich, 'Did Waldegrave work? The impact of open government on
British history', Twentieth Century British History, 9, 1 (1998), 111–26.
- Anglo-American Historical Committee, Sub-committee on Editing Historical Documents, 'Report on editing modern historical documents', Historical
Research, 3, 7 (1925), 13–26.
- Roger E. Backhouse, 'The future of the history of economic thought in Britain',
History of Political Economy, 34, Annual supplement (2002), 79–97.
- Roger E. Backhouse, 'History of economics, economics and economic history
in Britain 1824–2000', History of Economic Thought, 11, 1 (2004), 107–27.
- Bernard Barker, 'Values and practice: history
teaching 1971–2001', Cambridge Journal of Education, 32, 1 (2002),
- Tony Becher, 'Historians on history', Studies in Higher Educuation,
14, 3 (1989), 263–78.
- Peter J. Beck, 'History and policy at work in the Treasury, 1957–1976', History and Policy, 49 (2006).
- John Beckett, 'Local history, family history and the Victoria County History:
new directions for the twenty-first century', Historical Research,
OnlineEarly Articles, online 19 July 2007.
- John Beckett, 'Victorian makeover', History Today, 57 (2007), 20–1.
- John Beckett, 'What future for the past in local history?', East Midland
Historian, 4 (1994), 5–15.
- C. B. A. Behrens, 'Professor Cobban and his critics', Historical Journal, 9 (1966), 236–40.
- John Belchem, 'Reconstructing labour history', Labour History Review,
62, 3 (1997), 318–23.
- H. Hale Bellot, 'Parliamentary printing 1660–1837', Historical Research,
11 (1933–4), 84–98.
- Judith M. Bennett, 'Women's history: a study on continuity and change',
Women's History Review, 2, 2 (1993), 173–84.
- Michael Bentley, 'Victorian politics and the linguistic turn', The Historical
Journal, 42, 3 (1999), 883–902.
- Maxine Berg, 'The first women economic historians', Economic History Review,
45, 2 (1992), 308–29.
- Jeremy Black and Karl Schweizer, 'The value of diplomatic history: a case
study in the historical thought of Herbert Butterfield', Diplomacy and
Statecraft, 17 (2006), 617–31.
- Maurice F. Bond, 'Record offices today: facts for historians', Historical
Research, 30, 81 (1957), 1–16.
- Alan Booth, 'Discussion briefing paper: linking research and teaching in
history: some issues', LTSN Subject Centre History Conference, University
of Lancaster, April 2003.
- Alison Booth, 'Focus on the Oxford DNB: fighting for lives in the ODNB,
or taking prosopography seriously', Journal of Victorian Culture, 10,
2 (2005), 267–79.
- J. Bornat and H. Diamond,
'Women's history and oral history: developments and debates', Women's History
Review, 16, 1 (2007), 19–39.
- Peter Borsay, 'New approaches to social history: myth, memory and place: Monmouth and Bath 1750–1900', Journal of Social History (Spring 2006),
- John Michael Bourne, 'History at the universities 1966–86', History, 71, 231 (1986), 54–60.
- Paul Brand, 'Legal history', in A Century of British Medieval
Studies, ed. Alan Deyermond (Oxford, 2007), pp. 181–200.
- Richard Brent, 'Butterfield's Tories: "high politics"' and the writing of
modern British political history', Historical Journal, 30, 4 (1987),
- Roger Bullen, 'What is diplomatic history?', in What is History Today?,
ed. Juliet Gardiner (London, 1988).
- David Cannadine, 'Making history now (an inaugural lecture)', History
in Focus, 2 (2001).
- David Cannadine, 'Historians in "the liberal hour": Lawrence Stone and J. H.
Plumb re-visited', Historical Research, 75 (2002), 316–54.
- John Cannon, 'Teaching history at university', The History Teacher,
22, 3 (1989), 245–75.
- Peter Catterall, 'What (if anything) is distinctive about contemporary history?',
Journal of Contemporary History, 32, 4 (1997), 441–52.
- Peter Catterall, 'Contemporary British history: a personal view', Contemporary British History, 16, 1 (2002), 1–10.
- Justin Champion, 'What are historians for?', Historical Research, OnlineEarly Articles, online 19 July 2007.
- Clive Church, 'Constraints on the historian', Studies in Higher Educuation, 3, 2 (1978), 127–38.
- G. Kitson Clark, 'A hundred years of the teaching of history at Cambridge,
1873–1973', The Historical Journal, 16 (1973), 535–53.
- G. N. Clark et al., 'Report on editing historical documents', Historical Research, 1, 1 (1923), 6–25.
- J. C. D. Clark, 'The strange death of British history: reflections on Anglo-American scholarship', The Historical Journal, 40, 3 (1997), 787–809.
- D. C. Coleman, 'History, economic history and the numbers game', Historical
Journal, 38, 3 (1995), 635–46.
- Stefan Collini, 'E. H. Carr: historian of the future', Times Literary
Supplement, March 5 2008.
- Committee of Intellectual Co-operation of the League of Nations, 'Notes on
foreign archives', Historical Research, 2, 4 (1924), 1–6.
- Penelope J. Corfield, 'Review article: the state of history', Journal
of Contemporary History, 36 (2001), 153–61.
- Alexander Cowan, 'History in the United Kingdom public sector', The History
Teacher, 22, 3 (1989), 277–92.
- Anne Crawford, 'Today's history: the Public Record Office', History Today, 50, 3 (2000), 26–7.
- C. R. J. Currie, 'The Victoria County History', History Today, 49
- G. P. Cuttino, 'English medieval history: a survey of needs', Historical
Research, 21, 63 (1947), 111–15.
- Oliver J. Daddow, 'Debating history today', Rethinking History, 8,
1 (2004), 143–7.
- Leonore Davidoff, 'Gender and the great divide: public and private in British
gender history', Journal of Women's History, 15, 1 (2003), 11–27.
- Bernard Deacon and Moira Donald, 'In search of community history', Family
and Community History, 7, 1 (2004), 13–18.
- Cecile Deer, 'Higher education in England and Wales: power struggles underlying
reforms since the early Thatcher years', La Revue LISA/LISA e-journal,
2, 1 (2004), 23–39.
- Christopher Dyer, 'Review: alternative approaches to the history of agriculture', Past and Present, 168 (2000), 254–62.
- Anthony Easthope, 'Review article: In Defence of History', Reviews
in History, (1999).
- C. R. Elrington 'The Victoria County History: history 1970–1990', in The
Victoria History of the Counties of England: General Introduction. Supplement
1970–1990 (London, 1990), pp. 1–8.
- G. R. Elton, 'Second thoughts on history at the universities', History,
54 (1969), 60–7.
- Richard J. Evans, 'In Defence of History: reply to critics 1–4', Reviews in History, (1998–9).
- Richard J. Evans, 'The two faces of E .H. Carr', History in Focus,
2 ( 2001).
- Steven Fielding, 'Review article: looking for the "new political history''',
Journal of Contemporary History, 42, 3 (2007), 515–24.
- Ian Fitzgerald and Adam Flint, 'British university history now', History
Today, 45, 8 (1995), 53–6.
- Anthony Fletcher, '"englandpast.net": a framework for the social history
of England', Historical Research, 75 (2002), 296–315.
- Keith Flett, 'Where is labour history going?', Labour History Review,
58, 1 (1993), 35–6.
- Roderick Floud, 'Words, not numbers: John Harold Clapham', History Today, 39, 4 (1989), 42–7.
- Peter Furtado, 'History in English schools',
History Today, 55, 12 (2005), 28–9.
- Peter Furtado, 'What is history for?', History
Today, 57, 4 (2007), 2.
- Lawrence Goldman, 'Focus on the Oxford DNB: a monument to the Victorian
age: continuity and discontinuity in the Dictionaries of National Biography',
Journal of Victorian Culture, 11, 1 (2006), 111–32.
- Doris S. Goldstein, 'The origins and early years of the English Historical
Review', The English Historical Review, 101 (1986), 6–19.
- Doris S. Goldstein, 'The organizational development of the British historical
profession 1884–1921', Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research,
55 (1982), 180–93.
- S. J. D. Green, 'Northern History and the history of the north', Northern History, 42, 1 (2005), 15–27.
- J. D. Hargreaves, 'Some notes on Gooch and Temperley', History, new
ser., 39 (1954), 68–75.
- A. D. Harvey, 'Historians in the National Archives', Historian, 94
- Denys Hays, 'The historical periodical: some problems', History, 54
- Mary Henkel, 'The modernisation of research evaluation: the case of the
UK', Higher Education, 38, 1 (1999), 105–22.
- Cynthia Herrup, 'Revisionism: what's in a name?', The Journal of British
Studies, 35, 2 (1996), 135–8.
- Bridget Hill, 'Women's history: a study in change, continuity or standing
still?', Women's History Review, 2, 1 (1993), 5–22.
- Christopher Hill, R. H. Hilton and Eric Hobsbawm, 'Past and Present: origins
and early years', Past and Present, 100 (1983), 3–14.
- Eric Hobsbawm, 'A life in history', Past and Present, 177 (2002),
- A. G. Hopkins, 'Back to the future: from national history to imperial history',
Past and Present, 164 (1999), 198–243.
- A. G. Hopkins, 'From Hayter to Parker: African economic history at Birmingham
University, 1964–1986', African Affairs, 86, 342 1987), 93–102.
- A. G. Hopkins, 'History at the universities: change without decay', History,54 (1969), 331–7.
- Jules Hudson and Nick Barratt, 'The rise and rise of family history', History
Today, 57, 4 (2007), 20–1.
- Tristram Hunt, 'Whose history is it anyway', History Today, 56 (2006),
- 'Is there a future for labour history? [editorial]', Labour History Review,
62, 3 (1997), 253–9.
- Patrick Joyce, 'The end of social history?', Social History, 20, 1 (1995), 73–92.
- Patrick Joyce, 'More secondary modern than postmodern', Rethinking History, 5, 3 (2001), 367–82.
- Patrick Joyce, 'Refabricating labour history: or, from labour history to
the history of labour', Labour History Review, 62, 2 (1997), 147–52.
- Patrick Joyce, 'The return of history: postmodernism and the
politics of academic history in Britain', Past and Present, 158 (1998),
- Alon Kadish, 'Scholarly exclusiveness and the foundation of the English Historical Review', Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research, 61 (1988), 183–98.
- Caroline Kennedy-Pipe and Nicholas Rengger, 'BISA at thirty: reflections
on three decades of British international relations scholarship', Review
of International Studies, 32 (2006), 665–76.
- Christopher Kent, 'Victorian social history: post-Thompson, post-Foucault,
postmodern', Victorian Studies, 40, 1 (1996), 97–133.
- Christopher Kitching, 'The Historical Manuscripts Commission: past achievements
and future goals', Local Historian, 33, 2 (2003), 66–72.
- M. D. Knowles, 'Academic history', History, 47 (1962), 223–32.
- Christine L. Krueger, 'Why she lived at the PRO: Mary Anne Everett Green
and the profession of history', Journal of British Studies, 42 (2003),
- Sheila Lambert, 'Guides to parliamentary printing, 1696–1834', Historical
Research, 38, 97 (1965), 111–7.
- Peter Laslett, 'Signifying nothing: traditional history, local history,
statistics and computing', History and Computing, 11 (1999), 129–33.
- Waldo G. Leland, 'The International Union of Academies and the American Council
of Learned Societies', Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research,
4 (1926/1927), 65–72.
- Rodney Lowe, 'Archival report. Plumbing new depths: contemporary historians
and the Public Record Office', Twentieth Century British History, 8,
2 (1997), 239–65.
- Gordon Marsden, 'An interview with J. H. Elliott', History Today, 41, 4 (April
- John McIlroy and Alan Campbell, 'Still setting the pace? Labour history,
industrial relations and the history of post-war trade unionism', Labour
History Review, 64, 2 (1999), 179–98.
- John McCracken, 'African history in British universities: past, present and
future', African Affairs, 82, 367 (1993), 239–53.
- A. T. Milne, 'History at the universities: then and now', History, 59
- A. T. Milne, 'Twenty-five years at the Institute 1946–1971', Bulletin
of Historical Research, 44 (1971), 283–92.
- Alan Munslow, 'What history is', History in Focus, 2 (2001).
- 'Notes on the use of private papers for historical research', Historical
Research, 39, 100 (1966), 197–8.
- Jim Obelkevich, 'New developments in history in the 1950s and 1960s', Contemporary British History, 14, 4 (2000), 125–42.
- Jim Obelkevich, 'Witness Seminar: new developments in history in the 1950s
and 1960s', Contemporary British History, 14, 4 (2000), 143–67.
- Guy Parsloe, 'Recollections of the Institute 1922–43', Bulletin of Historical
Research, 44 (1971), 270–83.
- Edward F. Patterson, 'The application of small-scale photography to historical research material: a preliminary study', Historical Research, 15,
43 (1937), 19–23.
- Douglas M. Peers, 'Is Humpty-Dumpty back together again? The revival of imperial
history and the Oxford History of the British Empire', Journal of
World History, 13, 2 (2002), 451–67.
- Harold Perkin, 'Social history in
Britain', Journal of Social History, 10, 2 (Winter 1976), 129–43.
- Avery Plaw, 'Isaiah Berlin and the plurality of histories: two concepts
of Karl Marx', Rethinking History, 10, 1 (2006), 75–93.
- J. G. A. Pocock, 'The politics of historiography', Historical Research,
78, (2005), 1–14.
- A. F. Pollard, 'Sir Sidney Lee and the "Dictionary of National Biography"',
Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research, 4 (1926/1927), 1–13.
- R. L. Poole, 'The beginnings of the English Historical Review', English
Historical Review, 36 (1921), 1–4.
- R. B. Pugh, 'The structure and aims of the Victoria History of the Counties
of England', Historical Research, 40 (1967), 65–73.
- R. B. Pugh, 'The Victoria History: its origin and progress', in The Victoria
History of the Counties of England: General Introduction, ed. R. B. Pugh
(London, 1970), pp. 1–27.
- Diane Purkiss, 'A response to Richard J. Evans', Reviews in History (1999).
- Diane Purkiss, 'Richard J. Evans, yet once more', Reviews in History
- June Purvis, 'Women's history today', History Today, 54, 11 (2004),
- Charles Phythian-Adams, 'Hoskins's England: a local historian of genius
and the realisation of his theme', Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society, 66 (1992), 143–59.
- Donald Read, 'A parade of past presidents 1906–1982', The Historian,
91 (Autumn 2006), 10–23.
- David Renton, 'Studying their own nation without insularity? The British
Marxist historians reconsidered', Science and Society, 69, 4 (2005),
- David Renton, '"Unsung heroes behind them": the labour history of Sydney
Pollard', Labour History Review, 68, 3 (2004), 311–27.
- David Reynolds, 'Official history: how Churchill and the cabinet office wrote The Second World War', Historical Research,
78, 201 (2005), 400–22.
- Colin Richmond, 'After McFarlane', History, 68, 222 (February 1983),
- Edwin A. Roberts, 'From the history of science to the science of history
: scientists and historians in the shaping of British Marxist theory', Science
and Society, 69, 4 (2005), 529–58.
- Louis Francis Salzman, 'The Victoria County History', Genealogists Magazine, 7 (1937), 449–54.
- Quentin Skinner, 'Sir Geoffrey Elton and the practice of history', Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 6th Series, 7 (1997), 301–16.
- Peter Slee, 'Professor Soffer's "History at Oxford"', Historical Journal,
30, 4 (1987), 933–42.
- Bonnie G. Smith, 'The contribution of women to modern historiography in Great Britain, France and the United States, 1750–1940', American History Review,
89, 3 (1984), 709–32.
- Steven R. B. Smith, 'The Institute of Historical Research 1971–96: its third
quarter-century', Historical Research, 69 (1996), 181–96.
- Reba N. Soffer, 'The development of disciplines in the modern English university', Historical Journal, 31, 4 (1988), 933–46.
- Reba N. Soffer, 'Nation, duty, character and confidence: history at Oxford
1850–1914', Historical Journal, 30, 1 (1987) 77–104.
- Sarah Speight, 'Localising history 1940–1965: the extra-mural contribution',
Journal of Educational Administration and History, 35, 1 (2003), 51–64.
- Ian K. Steele, 'Where is history heading', Canadian Journal of History,
39 (2004), 547–55.
- David Stevenson, 'The end of history: the British university experience 1981–1992', Contemporary Record, 7 (1993), 66–85.
- Lawrence Stone, 'The revival of narrative: reflections on a new old history',
Past and Present, 85 (1979), 3–24.
- A. J. Taylor, 'History at Leeds 1877–1974: the evolution of a discipline',
Northern History, 10 (1975), 141–64.
- Patricia M. Thane, 'Oral history, memory and written tradition: an introduction', Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 6th Series, 9 (1999), 161–8.
- Keith Thomas, 'History revisited', Times Online, 11 October 2006.
- John Tosh, 'In defence of applied history: the History and Policy website',
History and Policy, 37 (2006).
- Alison Twells, 'Bridging the divide: community history and higher education' http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/hca/projects/detail/round_2_bridging_the_divide [accessed 23 June 2008].
- James Vernon, 'Thoughts on the present "crisis of history" in Britain', History in Focus, 2 (2001).
- James Vernon, 'Who's afraid of the linguistic turn? The politics of social
history and its discontents', Social History, 19, 1 (1994), 81–97.
- Keith Vernon, 'Calling the tune: British universities and the state, 1880–1914',
History of Education, 30, 3 (2001), 251–71.
- 'The Victoria County History: history 1970–1990', in The Victoria History
of the Counties of England: General Introduction. Supplement 1970–1990
- Joan Wake, 'Local sources of history', Historical Research, 1, 3 (1924),
- Patrick Wolfe, 'Review essay: history and imperialism: a century of theory,
from Marx to post-colonialism', American Historical Review, 102, 2
- Matthew Woollard, 'Introduction: what is history and computing? An introduction
to the problem', History and Computing, 11 (1999), 1–8.
- Chris Wrigley, 'The branches of the Historical Association 1906–2006', The
Historian, 91 (Autumn 2006), 45–57.
- E. A. Wrigley, 'Small-scale but not parochial: the work of the Cambridge
Group for the History of Population and Social Structure', Family and Community History, 1 (1998), 27–36.