Historical Research

Since 1923, Historical Research has been a leading British historical journal. Historical Research publishes the work of established historians as well as assisting new researchers with their first articles. Its articles cover a wide geographical and temporal span, from the early middle ages to the twentieth century. It encourages the submission of articles from a broad variety of approaches, including social, political, urban, intellectual and cultural history.

Quarterly: February, May, August, November.

Publisher: 
Wiley-Blackwell
ISSN (print): 
0950-3471
ISSN (online): 
1468-2281

Latest articles

Volume 0 (0)

John of Oxnead, chronicler of St. Benet's Holm
Julian Luxford, ONLINE EARLY
The Essex inquisitions of 1556: the Colchester certificate
P. R. Cavill, ONLINE EARLY
‘The other boys of Kilmichael’: No. 2 Section, ‘C’ Company, Auxiliary Division Royal Irish Constabulary, 28 November 1920
Andrew Nelson, ONLINE EARLY
The harassment of Isaac Allen: puritanism, parochial politics and Prestwich's troubles during the first English civil war
James Mawdesley, ONLINE EARLY
Can we conquer unemployment? The Liberal party, public works and the 1931 political crisis
Peter Sloman, ONLINE EARLY
‘For the freedom of captive European nations’: east European exiles in the Cold War
Martin Nekola, ONLINE EARLY
The Elizabethan succession question in Roger Edwardes's ‘Castra Regia’ (1569) and ‘Cista Pacis Anglie’ (1576)
Victoria Smith, ONLINE EARLY
‘Britons, strike home’: politics, patriotism and popular song in British culture, c.1695–1900
Martha Vandrei, ONLINE EARLY
Intelligence and intrigue in the March of Wales: noblewomen and the fall of Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, 1274–82
Emma Cavell, ONLINE EARLY
Licit medicine or ‘Pythagorean necromancy'? The ‘Sphere of Life and Death’ in late medieval England
Joanne Edge, ONLINE EARLY
The rise of the promeneur: walking the city in eighteenth-century Paris
Laurent Turcot, ONLINE EARLY
Eugenics, socialism and artificial insemination: the public career of Herbert Brewer
David Redvaldsen, ONLINE EARLY
Toward a historical dialectic of culinary styles
Ken Albala, ONLINE EARLY
Robert Bale's chronicle and the second battle of St. Albans
Hannes Kleineke, ONLINE EARLY
Lord Burghley's ‘Ten precepts’ for his son, Robert Cecil: a new date and interpretation
Fred B. Tromly, ONLINE EARLY

Volume 86 (234)

Bishops and deans: London and the province of Canterbury in the twelfth century
D. P. Johnson, vol. 86 (234): 551-578
Reintroducing the emperor and repositioning the city republics in the ‘republican’ thought of the rhetorician Boncompagno da Signa
Gianluca Raccagni, vol. 86 (234): 579-600
Chivalry, British sovereignty and dynastic politics: undercurrents of antagonism in Tudor-Stewart relations, c.1490−c.1513
Katie Stevenson, vol. 86 (234): 601-618
Remembering usurpation: the common lawyers, Reformation narratives and the prerogative, 1578–1616
David Chan Smith, vol. 86 (234): 619-637
‘The embers of expiring sedition’: Maurice Margarot, the Scottish martyrs monument and the production of radical memory across the British South Pacific
David S. Karr, vol. 86 (234): 638-660