How the IHR is supporting historians at this time

In this period of uncertainty, the IHR looks to support historians, and their research, with a range of digital initiatives - including primary and secondary resources, online events and training.

Get latest updates about current IHR Library arrangements and other parts of the IHR building that remain closed

New Director appointed at the IHR

Professor Claire Langhamer, has been appointed as Director of the UK’s national centre for history, the University of London’s (UoL) IHR.

IHR 'Historical Research' Lecture (2021)- The Accountability of Historians

Ludmilla Jordanova (Durham ) will discuss how accountability’ may be a useful notion for historians, how it invites us to probe the relationships it implies.

IHR National Centenary Events

Following a huge response to our Open Call, we are delighted to announce events organised by partners across the country.

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

May 2021: Latest IHR library access arrangements

The reading rooms at the IHR Library are open Monday to Friday 09.00 - 17.00 for readers who pre-book desks.

January 2021: online resources to help during lockdown

A listing of the IHR's digital resources to help when access to libraries and archives is restricted: includes primary & secondary content, plus online events.

October 2020: launch of the new IHR MOOC -- 'Applied Public History'

The Institute's MOOC (a Massive Open Online Course) invites you to discover 'Applied Public History: Places, People, Stories'. Available now, free enrolment.

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