BBIH editorial team, 2010 to date

Academic editor: Professor Rosemary Sweet, University of Leicester [2018-]; Professor Stephen Taylor, University of Durham [2011-18]; Dr Ian Archer, University of Oxford [2010 only]

Publishing/technical editor: Dr Philip Carter, Institute of Historical Research [from October 2016]; Professor Jane Winters, Institute of Historical Research [to 30 April 2016]

Editor: Simon Baker, Institute of Historical Research [along with Peter Salt, Institute of Historical Research, up to April 2015]

Editorial assistant: Sara Charles, Institute of Historical Research [from April 2015]

Section editors

All editors, except for those marked with an asterisk, previously worked on the RHS Bibliography of British and Irish history

Section editorSectionYears    
Dr Ian Archer, University of OxfordEngland and Wales 1500-1714 (also Academic Editor for 2010)2010-
Prof. Trevor Burnard, University of MelbourneEmpire to 17832010-
Dr Julie Barrau, University of Cambridge*England 1066-15002013-16
Prof. Antoine Capet, Université de RouenBritain since 19142010-
Dr Adam Chapman, Institute of Historical Research*England 1066-15002016-
Dr Marie Coleman, Queen's University Belfast*Ireland since 18002013-14
Dr Beth Hartland, King's College London*Ireland before 16402010-16
Prof. Elisabeth Van Houts, University of CambridgeEngland 1066-15002010-13
Dr Stanley Ireland, University of WarwickRoman Britain2010-
Dr Matthew Kelly, University of Southampton*Ireland since 16402010-11
Dr Christine McGladdery, University of St Andrews
[on behalf of Scottish Historical Review Trust]
Dr Alex May, Oxford Dictionary of National BiographyEmpire and Commonwealth post-17832010-18
Dr Elaine Murphy, Plymouth University*Ireland 1640-18002013-
Dr David Pratt, University of CambridgeEngland 450-10662010-
Dr Colin Reid, Northumbria University*Ireland since 18002014-18
Dr Kathryn Rix, History of ParliamentBritain 1815-19142010-
Dr Karen Stöber, University of Lleida, CataloniaMedieval Wales2010-
Prof. Rosemary Sweet, University of LeicesterBritain 1714-18152010-
Dr Colin Veach, University of HullIreland before 16402016-

Project board

The Project Board meets annually to offer advice on overall strategy and policy. Apart from ex officio and co-opted members of the editorial team, and representation from Brepols, the membership is as follows:

Board memberAffiliationYears    
Dr Robert BaldockYale University Press (former Chair of Publications Committee, Royal Historical Society)2012-17
Sebastiaan DerksHead of Department of Digital Data Management, Huygens Instituut voor Nederlandse Geschiedenis2012-17
Professor Jackie EalesCanterbury Christ Church University2015-16
Professor Margot FinnPresident, Royal Historical Society2016-
Richard FisherChair of Publications Committee, Royal Historical Society2018-
Professor Lawrence GoldmanDirector, Institute of Historical Research2015-17
Isabel HolowatyLibrarian, Faculty of History, University of Oxford2012-
Professor Colin JonesPresident, Royal Historical Society2012
Dr Seán LangAnglia Ruskin University2012-14
Dr Helen McCarthyQueen Mary, University of London2012-16
Professor Peter MandlerPresident, Royal Historical Society2013-16
Professor Simon NewmanChair of Publications Committee, Royal Historical Society2015-17
Professor Andrew PettegreeChair of Publications Committee, Royal Historical Society2014
Professor Phillipp Schofield (chair)University of Aberystwyth2012-
Dr Laura StewartBirkbeck, University of London2012-
Professor Miles TaylorDirector, Institute of Historical Research2012-14

Other contributors

Dr Keith Manley, formerly a librarian at the Institute of Historical Research and now a Fellow of the IHR, continues generously to assist in the collection of information about journals received by the IHR.

Additionally, Peter Salt, previously one of the editors of the Bibliography, retired in spring 2015 but is now a Senior Research Fellow of the IHR and continues to assist in the compilation of BBIH.

We are also grateful for the help of another volunteer, Elizabeth Adlington, who is a postgraduate student at the Centre for Metropolitan History in the IHR.

We would also like to thank interns working in the IHR (many of them under a scheme organized by Anglo Educational Services) for the help that they have given with the Bibliography, in particular Elizabeth Young, Danielle Davis, Jill Howard, Michael Lazenby, Elizabeth Allen and Angie Goodwin. We are also grateful to Paris Jones (studying for the MA in Historical Research at Roehampton University), to Paul McMenemy (a post-graduate from Leicester University) and to the following undergraduates from Leicester: Kathryn Hemingway, Charlotte Ward, James Wilkinson, Alison Gilbey, Charlotte De Val, Bianca Harrisskitt, Emily Wright, Beth Page, Caitlin Brown, Grace Karrach Wood, Abigail Lane, Brandon Fathy, Alexandra Thompson, Katherine Cassidy, Rebecca Gillard, Jaipreet Deo, Njeri Njoroge, Tom Keidan, Ollie Georgiou, Matthew Bliss, Dev Bahra and Jay Cavanagh.

Last, but not least, we are grateful to staff at the Guildhall Library in the City of London for help in identifying new publications on the history of London.