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IHR Books Series

The IHR publishes edited collections, experimental short histories and a 'New Historical Perspectives' series for early career researchers.

All titles in our books series appear in print and online formats. In each case, titles are also available as Open Access.

New publications for Autumn 2019

Autumn sees publication of three new titles in the established IHR Conference Series, and the launch of the IHR / RHS New Historical Perspectives series: Open Access monographs by early career historians.

October 2019: New in the IHR / RHS New Historical Perspectives Series

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

420pp. Published by University of London Press

October 2019: New in the IHR Conference Series

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

370pp. Published by University of London Press

September 2019: New in the IHR Conference Series

Empty Spaces: Perspectives on Emptiness in Modern History

226pp. Published by University of London Press

September 2019: New in the IHR Conference Series

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

342pp. Published by University of London Press

About our books series

The IHR publishes three series of research-based scholarly books:

  • The IHR Conference Series includes edited collections of essays, often - but not always - resulting from academic conferences.
     
  • With the Royal Historical Society, we publish New Historical Perspectives, a series of monographs and collections specifically for early career historians.
     
  • Shorter forms of historical writing are published as IHR Shorts, a new series format that encourages experimental approaches, and pieces that are longer than a traditional journal article but more concise than a monograph.

Titles in these series are published in print, ebook and as free Open Access, and as part of the new University London Press. 

With Manchester University Press, we also publish IHR Research Guides, providing introductions to historical research in key sub-disciplines.