Historical Research latest issue - November 2017
Wales in late medieval and early modern English histories: neglect, rediscovery, and their implications by Tim Thornton
Royal office and private ventures: the fortunes of a Maltese nobleman in Sicily, 1725–50 by Anton Caruana Galizia
Eugenics, socialists and the labour movement in Britain, 1865–1940. David Redvaldsen
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
- Troubling agency: agency and charity in early nineteenth-century London
- The Socialist International and Italian social democracy (1948–50): cultural differences and the ‘internationalisation of domestic quarrels’
- The Cheshire Magna Carta: distinctive or derivative?
- The American Association for the Advancement of Science committee on evolution and the Scopes trial: race, eugenics and public science in the U.S.A.
- Doorkeepers, the chamberlain and petitioning at the papal court, c.1150-1200. Benedict Wiedermann.
- Venality at court: some preliminary thoughts on the sale of household office 1660-1800. Robert Bucholz
- The Royal Navy and sea power in British strategy, 1945-55. Tim Benbow