First published in 1912, History has been a leader in its field ever since. It is unique in its range and variety, packing its pages with stimulating articles and extensive book reviews. History balances its broad chronological coverage with a wide geographical spread of articles featuring contributions from social, political, cultural, economic and ecclesiastical historians.

Quarterly: January, April, July, October.

ISSN (print): 
ISSN (online): 

Latest articles

Volume 100 (341)

Notes on Contributors
vol. 100 (341): 0-0
Enforcing Religious Repression in an Age of World Empires: Assessing the Global Reach of the Spanish and Portuguese Inquisitions
François Soyer, vol. 100 (341): 331-353
James VII's Multiconfessional Experiment and the Scottish Revolution of 1688–1690
Alasdair Raffe, vol. 100 (341): 354-373
Arson, Treason and Plot: Britain, America and the Law, 1770-1777
Gwenda Morgan, Peter Rushton, vol. 100 (341): 374-391
Pilgrims, Paupers or Progenitors: Religious Constructions of British Emigration from the 1840s to 1870s
Rowan Strong, vol. 100 (341): 392-411
Diehard Conservatives and the Appeasement of Nazi Germany, 1935–1940
N. C. Fleming, vol. 100 (341): 412-435
The Modern Origins of the Early Middle Ages. By Ian N. Wood. Oxford University Press. 2013. xiv + 374pp. £65.00.
James Palmer, vol. 100 (341): 436-437
Kingship, Legislation and Power in Anglo-Saxon England. Edited by Gale R. Owen-Crocker and Brian W. Schneider. Publications of the Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies, 13. Boydell. 2013. xii + 306pp. £60.00.
Tom Licence, vol. 100 (341): 438-439
The Haskins Society Journal, 22 (2010). Edited by William North. Boydell. 2012. xiii + 208pp. £45.00.
Nicholas Vincent, vol. 100 (341): 439-440
The Latin Cartulary of Godstow Abbey. Edited by Emilie Amt. British Academy Records of Social and Economic History, New Series, 52. Oxford University Press. 2014. xliii + 503pp. £100.00.
Edmund King, vol. 100 (341): 440-441
The Warenne (Hyde) Chronicle. Edited and translated by Elisabeth M. C. Van Houts and Rosalind C. Love. Oxford Medieval Texts. Oxford University Press. 2013. lxx + 140pp. £87.00.
Nicholas Vincent, vol. 100 (341): 442-443
Founders and Fellowship: The Early History of Exeter College, 1314-1592. By John Maddicott. Oxford University Press. 2014. 440pp. £75.00.
Sophie Ambler, vol. 100 (341): 443-446
The Reign of Richard II: From Minority to Tyranny, 1377-97. Translated and annotated by Alison K. McHardy. Manchester University Press. 2012. xxiv + 344pp. £19.99.
Peter Crooks, vol. 100 (341): 446-447
Crisis and Survival in Late Medieval Ireland: The English of Louth and their Neighbours, 1330-1450. By Brendan Smith. Oxford University Press. 2013. xviii + 260pp. £65.00.
Peter Crooks, vol. 100 (341): 447-449
Inventing Byzantine Iconoclasm. By Leslie Brubaker. Bristol Classical Press. 2012. xvi + 134pp. £17.99. The Hypotyposis of the Monastery of the Theotokos Evergetis, Constantinople (11th–12th Centuries). Introduction, Translation and Commentary by R. H. Jo
Catherine Holmes, vol. 100 (341): 449-452
Water in the City: the Aqueducts and Underground Passages of Exeter. By Mark Stoyle. University of Exeter Press. 2014. xx + 299pp. £45.00.
Roberta J. Magnusson, vol. 100 (341): 452-454
The Material Letter in Early Modern England: Manuscript Letters and the Culture and Practices of Letter-Writing, 1512-1635. By James Daybell. Palgrave Macmillan. 2012. xv + 357pp. £60.00.
Kelsey Jackson Williams, vol. 100 (341): 454-455
The Field of the Cloth of Gold. By Glenn Richardson. Yale University Press. 2013. xii + 275pp. £35.00.
Christine Knaack, vol. 100 (341): 455-457
Major-General Thomas Harrison: Millenarianism, Fifth Monarchism and the English Revolution 1616-1660. By David Farr. Ashgate. 2014. x + 304pp. £75.00.
Anthony Fletcher, vol. 100 (341): 457-459
London's News Press and the Thirty Years War. By Jayne E. E. Boys. Boydell. 2011. x + 336pp. £60.00.
Scott Mandelbrote, vol. 100 (341): 459-461