Online reading lists from BBIH

Here we offer a selection of themed reading lists, selected from the Bibliography of British and Irish History.

Emotional History and the Bibliography of British and Irish History (BBIH)

Professor Claire Langhamer responds to a new BBIH online reading list focusing on the history of emotions

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Emotions in the Bibliography of British and Irish History (BBIH)

Dr Sarah Collins responds to a new BBIH online reading list focusing on the history of emotions

Medieval Monarchy in the Bibliography of British and Irish History (BBIH)

Dr Emily Ward responds to a new BBIH online reading list focusing on the history of monarchy and coronations in Britain and Ireland up to 1485

Monarchy in the Bibliography of British and Irish History (BBIH) : the invention and reinvention of royal ceremony

Professor Philip Murphy responds to a new BBIH online reading focusing on the history of monarchy and coronations in Britain and Ireland from 1485 to present

The Bibliography of British and Irish History (BBIH) provides records of over 640,000 publications (books, journal articles, and chapters in edited collections) relating to British and Irish history.

The Bibliography's editors and Brepols regularly work together to produce themed online reading lists of recently published works, drawn from the Bibliography. The books, articles and chapters in these lists were published between 2010 and present:

 

Our coverage of recently published titles is ongoing, and further records will be added in future updates of the Bibliography.

Please note: each reading list provides basic BBIH data only. Within BBIH itself, individual records for each publication offer additional information about the work, indexing and metadata to extend your search, external links (e.g. to publisher’s website and reviews) and tools to cite and export records via referencing software. Nor, we appreciate, is this a complete listing of relevant titles: we encourage you to use BBIH's 'advanced search' options to broaden or revise your enquiries.

Screenshot of BBIH record journal article showing bibliographical details at the top, subject information in the middle, and external links to the publisher website at the bottom. The journal article is called: The architects of integration: research, public policy, and the Institute of Race Relations in post-imperial Britain by Brett Debber. Published in volume 48, issue 2 of the Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History