How the IHR is supporting historians at this time

In this period of uncertainty and closures, the IHR looks to support historians, and their research, with a range of digital initiatives.

September 2020: partial reopening of IHR Library

We are pleased to offer a partial re-opening of reading rooms at the IHR Library for those requiring access to collections.

September 2020: Autumn events programme

The IHR's autumn events programme is now available: numerous free events -- including panels, workshops, training sessions and seminars -- delivered online.

Sign up for the IHR's monthly e-bulletin

Our monthly news update covers what's going on and what's coming up at the #VirtualIHR. It's delivered at the end of each month by email.

September 2020: Introduction to IHR for new History Researchers

Join us on Tuesday 29 September for an Introduction to the IHR - its resources, services, networks & events. For new students beginning MAs and PhDs in History.

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August 2020: Teaching British histories of race, migration and empire

With The Runnymede Trust, the IHR Library launches a new crowdsourced guide for teachers and learners on British histories of race, migration and empire.

New guide to Open and Free Access Research Materials

The IHR has created an extensive guide to Open and Free Access Materials for online historical research, in response to the closure of libraries & archives.

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