Historical Social Research (HSR) is an international peer-reviewed journal for the application of formal methods in history – it has been published by GESIS since 1976. It includes scholarly journals listed by journal databases and professional associations such as: JSTOR, Project MUSE, the Organization of American Historians, the American Historical Association, Questia and Goedeken (2000), or are published by national or regional historical societies, or by major scholarly publishers (such as Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, the Universit… It features some of the most read and most cited articles from the journal’s archives and covers a wide range of topics of perennial interest to both historians and to a wider readership. The political thought of Douglas Jerrold and Charles Petrie at the, ‘Fake news’ – the perfect storm: historical perspectives, Fleshing out a massacre: the storming of Shelford House and social forgetting in Restoration England, The war against heresy in medieval Europe, Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies, About the Institute of Historical Research, Support for our author and subscriber community, Copyright © 2020 Institute of Historical Research. Follow journal. Journal. Articles cover the middle ages to the twenty-first century, and a wide range of methodological approaches. Our journal is a leading peer-reviewed publication with an international readership and reputation. Access from your IP address has been blocked. Please check your email for instructions on resetting your password. Published since 1923, Historical Research, flagship publication of the Institute of Historical Research, is a leading generalist history journal, covering the global history of the early middle ages to the twenty-first century... Classic articles from the recent archives. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. Navigation Bar Menu Home. Founded in 1980, the Journal of Historical Research in Music Education (JHRME) is a peer-reviewed international journal, published twice annually, and dedicated to publishing articles and reviews in the English language. The IHR is pleased to launch its new mission and strategy, setting out the values and vision for the IHR in the coming years. – Support for our author and subscriber community. Historical Research. Historical Research is the academic journal of the IHR. Register for email alerts to receive a notification straight to your inbox each time a new issue publishes. Reviews are written by specialists in the field and all authors reviewed have an opportunity to respond. Find out more about the prize and eligibility requirements on the IHR website. Description: The Historical Journal, celebrating the publication of its 50th volume this year, continues to publish papers on all aspects of British, European, and world history since the fifteenth century.The best contemporary scholarship is represented. The Macanese communities of Macau, Hong Kong and Shanghai and the Portuguese nation, ‘To the very great prejudice of the fair trader’: merchants and illicit naval trading in the 1730s, From specimens to commodities: the London nursery trade and the introduction of exotic plants in the early nineteenth century, ‘Real Toryism’ or Christian democracy? 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. Actions. For full access to this pdf, sign in to an existing account, or purchase an annual subscription. It covers both primary sources (such as diaries, letters, newspaper articles, photographs, government documents and first-hand accounts) and secondary materials (such as books and articles written by historians and devoted to the analysis and interpretation of historical events and evidence). Please contact your librarian for assistance. Home; About. This list of history journals presents representative academic journals pertaining to the field of history and historiography. Articles. Launched in 1996, Reviews in History now contains more than 2200 reviews, published monthly and are freely accessible as Open Access. Edited By: Professor Jo Fox and Dr Julie Spraggon. Both papers will be published in Historical Research in due course. Journal list menu . The prize is supported by Oxford University Press. Articles. About This Journal. Contributions come from all parts of the world. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide, This PDF is available to Subscribers Only. and you may need to create a new Wiley Online Library account. Classic articles from the recent archives. More from this journal Author Endorsements and Reasons to Submit; … The application of formal methods to history covers quantitative and computer-assisted qualitative social research, historical sociology and social science history, cliometrical research, and historical informational science. Published for the Institute of Historical Research. Defending the Spanish Match in early Stuart England, Macau martyr or Portuguese traitor? Its intended audience is research scholars in music education, musicology and the history of education. It features some of the most read and most cited articles from the journal’s archives and covers a wide range of topics of perennial interest to both historians and to a wider readership. Enter your email address below and we will send you your username, If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to retrieve your username. The new virtual issue from Historical Research shines a light on some of the classic articles from the journal’s recent archive. With panellists Professors Jo Fox, Claire Langhamer, Kevin Siena and Richard Vinen who discuss historians' responses to COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter. Published for the Institute of Historical Research. Congratulations also to runner up Jack David Sargeant for their paper 'Publicity, authority and legal radicalism at John Lilburne’s treason trial, 1649.'.