Institute of Historical Research

IHR@Manchester

Join us for a special one-day event at the John Rylands Research Institute in Manchester on 25 June. We're hosting a daytime workshop for early career researchers, PhD students and history librarians, followed by a public panel discussion in the evening on the theme 'Truth, Lies & History.' 

Have you something to say about London history?

The 2019 Curriers’ Company Essay Prize, in association with the IHR, is an annual competition on London history. Applications are now open for articles based on original research in metropolitan history. The winning essay will receive £1000 and publication in The London Journal. Deadline for submissions is 30 Sept 2019.

Truth, lies and history

Join Jo Fox and a panel of UK/US historians to discuss 'history in an age of fake news'. Part of our IHR@Manchester event at the John Rylands Library, Manchester, Tues 25 June. Panel starts at 4.45pm and everyone is welcome.

New in Historical Research

The May 2019 issue of the IHR’s journal, Historical Research, features articles on gender in medieval correspondence,  a rethinking of early modern kinship, and mixed-race relationships in post-war Britain. The February 2019 issue of Historical Research is currently available on free access.

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