Latest issue - February 2017
Special issue: The Russian Revolution: New directions in Research.
Articles include: Matthew Rendle and Anna Lively on commemorating the Revolution in Putin’s Russia
All articles freely available throughout 2017.
Virtual issue: Women historians in Historical Research
To celebrate Women’s History Month this March we have brought together a selection of articles by women historians published since 2000. The collection includes academics at various stages of their careers – from eminent professors to early career researchers – and highlights the range and depth of women’s research interests. Articles are free to read throughout 2017.
Online early articles
- ‘One of the best men of business we had ever met’: Thomas Drummond, the boundary commission and the 1832 Reform Act
- A ‘conservative’ family? The Howard women and responses to religious change during the early Reformation, c.1530–1558
- The 1553 succession crisis reconsidered
- Revolutionary conscience, remorse and resentment: emotions and early Soviet criminal law, 1917–22
- Getting out of jail: suicide, escapes and releases in late medieval and Renaissance Bologna. Trevor Dean
- Charles Mason, the ‘King of China’: British imperial adventuring in the late nineteenth century. Catherine Ladds
- Round-head Knaves’: The Ballad of Wrexham and the subversive political culture of Interregnum north-east Wales. Sarah Ward