BBIH and the occult

BBIH and the occult

This post was written by Simon Baker, Editor, Bibliography of British and Irish History (BBIH) in the IHR. It is one of a series of blog posts on the theme of Magic and the Supernatural, as part of History Day 2017. As 31 October looms we all know what that means, no...
3D history at the IHR

3D history at the IHR

This post was written by Philip Carter, Head of IHR Digital. To see the 3D printer in action visit the IHR stand at History Day. Free registration is here. On History Day, on 31 October, IHR Digital will demonstrate its new 3D printer and 3D imaging equipment. This...
Charles Booth’s London

Charles Booth’s London

This post has been reposted from the LSE website to highlight this exciting new resource. Charles Booth’s Inquiry Into the Life and Labour of the People in London was a path-breaking investigation into the social conditions faced by Londoners living in the...

The American Trail: About the Participants

The North American Collections Group within the University of London is pleased to announce an American Trail as part of this year’s History Libraries and Research Open Day on 27th November 2015. This strand will be of interest to postgraduate students and early...