Historical Research

Historical Research latest issue - February 2018

Articles include:

Counties without borders? Religious politics, kinship networks and the formation of Catholic communities by James E. Kelly

Venality at court: some preliminary thoughts on the sale of household office, 1660–1800 by R. O. Bucholz



Troubling agency: agency and charity in early nineteenth-century London by Megan Clare Webber

IHR Historical Research Lecture 2018 (sponsored by Wiley)

V & A: a museum of the home and the world

Speaker: Dr Tristram Hunt (Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum)

Dr Tristram Hunt explores the V&A’s founding commitment to design, education and industry that has forged an enduring connection to domesticity and the home. This lasting vision of 'art for all' continues to shape the V&A’s world-class collection today.

Date: 07 Feb 2018, 18:00 to 20:30

Forthcoming articles

  • Doorkeepers, the chamberlain and petitioning at the papal court, c.1150-1200. Benedict Wiedermann.
  • The British women’s suffrage movement and the ancient constitution, 1867–1909. Joel Barnes
  • The Royal Navy and sea power in British strategy, 1945-55. Tim Benbow