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Since its foundation in 1921, The Institute of Historical Research (IHR) has been an important resource and meeting place for researchers from all over the world. Full details of its extensive range of activities and services can be found at www.history.ac.uk.
BBIH was updated on 14 October with 4,735 new records, bringing the overall total to nearly 540,000. Over 500 of the new records relate to Irish history, with 236 covering the history of London, including information on recently completed theses on London history provided by the Centre for Metropolitan History.
The University of York and Institute of Historical Research are delighted to announce a major new collaboration with the Palace of Westminster. The AHRC-funded project 'St Stephen's Chapel, Westminster: Visual and Political Culture, 1292-1941' (£976,296)brings together a team of historians and art historians to research a building which was successively a royal chapel, the House of Commons, and the ceremonial entry-way to Parliament.