IHR Conference Series

The IHR Conference series was a series of published edited collections of new research, typically derived from academic conferences and workshops. The series covered all areas and periods of historical research.

The series is published for the IHR by the University of London Press. All titles are available in print and free as Open Access from first publication.

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Free access to books in this series

All books in the IHR Conference series are now available free to all as Open Access texts.

These 15 books and 200 individual book chapters are available online via our publisher, University of London Press.

The Creighton Century, 1907-2007

Edited by David Bates, Jennifer Wallis and Jane Winters

Published: 2009 and as a new Open Access edition, with a new Foreword, July 2020

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

Edited by Elizabeth A. New and Christian Steer

Published: October 2019

Empty Spaces: Perspectives on Emptiness in Modern History

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

Published: September 2019

About the series

The IHR Conference series was a series of published edited collections of new research, typically derived from academic conferences and workshops. Published volumes in the series range widely: from medieval gender identities and twentieth-century historiography, to spatial histories and historical biography.

Collections often had their origin in academic conferences organised through UK universities. 

The series is published by the University of London Press. All titles are available in print and free as Open Access.