Institute of Historical Research

Institute of Historical Research
University of London
Senate House
Malet Street
Greater London


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Founded in 1921 by A. F. Pollard, the Institute of Historical Research is an important resource and meeting-place for scholars from all over the world. At the IHR you can: Participate... in seminars and conferences. We host seminars and conferences on a range of topics. Most of these are free and open to everyone. Learn... about history with our online research tools. You can use these tools to find primary and secondary sources, and extensive bibliographic information. See the Online Resources menu above. You can also visit our outstanding open-access library, where you can use an extensive collection of primary source material. Study... for postgraduate qualifications. The IHR houses three research centres of national distinction where you can study for an MA, MPhil or PhD. If you are registered for a PhD or MPhil at another university you can increase your skills by taking our short training courses - subject areas include Sources and Methods, Databases for Historians and Visual Sources. See the Study and Training menu for full details. Read... our extensive and varied publications, both for original research and for information about funding, teaching and research.

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