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A wide range IHR books are available to purchase from the School of Advanced Study's online bookshop. Titles include the current publication series, plus a number of earlier titles.

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A selection of popular IHR titles remain available for purchase in print. Our back catalogue features research guides and studies of London and urban history.

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New and forthcoming titles

2019 sees the publication of four new edited collections in the IHR Conference Series, new titles in the VCH Shorts Series, and the launch of the RHS / IHR's New Historical Perspectives series, published by University of London Press. Highlights below.

Gender in Medieval Places, Spaces and Thresholds

Edited by Victoria Blud, Diane Heath and Einat Klafter

IHR Conference Series. Published: January 2019

Victoria County History of Cumbria: Kirkoswald and Renwick

Richard Brockington with Sarah Rose

VCH Shorts Series. Published: March 2019

The Victoria History of Essex: Harwich, Dovercourt and Parkeston in the 19th Century

Andrew Senter

VCH Shorts Series. Published: July 2019

Thomas Frederick Tout (1855–1929): Refashioning History for the Twentieth Century

Edited by Joel T. Rosenthal and Caroline M. Barron

IHR Conference Series. Published: September 2019

Empty Spaces: Perspectives on Emptiness in Modern History

Edited by Courtney J. Campbell, Allegra Giovine, and Jennifer Keating

IHR Conference Series. Published: September 2019

Medieval Londoners: essays to mark the eightieth birthday of Caroline M. Barron

Edited by Elizabeth A. New and Christian Steer

IHR Conference Series. Published: October 2019

The Family Firm. Monarchy, Media and the British Public, 1932-53

Edward Owens

New Historical Perspectives Series. Published October 2019