Historical Research latest issue - May 2018
The vernacular in Anglo‐Saxon charters: expansion and innovation in ninth‐century England by Robert Gallagher
Public ritual, martial forms and the restoration of the monarchy in English towns by Amy Calladine
‘Young China’ in Europe: the lives and politics of the May Fourth youth in France, 1919–23 by Nagatomi Hirayama
The Annual Pollard Prize (sponsored by Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd.)
The Pollard Prize is awarded annually for the best paper presented at an Institute of Historical Research seminar by a postgraduate student or by a researcher within one year of completing the PhD.
Applicants are required to have delivered a paper at an IHR seminar during the academic year in which the award is made. Submissions should be supported by a reference from a convenor of the appropriate seminar.
1 Sep 2017 to 24 May 2018
Online early articles
- Doorkeepers, the chamberlain and petitioning at the papal court, c.1150-1200. Benedict Wiedermann.
- A Queenly Affinity? Catherine of Aragon's Estates and Henry VIII’s Great Matter. Michelle Beer.
- The British women’s suffrage movement and the ancient constitution, 1867–1909. Joel Barnes.