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25 Sep, 2018
by James Cloyne (University of California, Davis), Nicholas Dimsdale (University of Oxford), Natacha Postel-Vinay (London School of Economics)  ...
20 Sep, 2018
by Roger Vicquéry (London School of Economics) Is the euro area sustainable in its current membership form? My research...
18 Sep, 2018
by Walker Hanlon (UCLA) For more than a century, London struggled with some of the worst air pollution on...
11 Sep, 2018
by Beverly Lemire (University of Alberta) The Society has arranged with CUP that a 20% discount is available on...
4 Sep, 2018
by Alannah Tomkins (Keele University)  Alannah Tomkins and Professor Tim Hitchcock (University of Sussex), won an AHRC award to...
23 Aug, 2018
by Aaron Graham (University College London)   In 1834, the British Empire emancipated its slaves. This should have quickly...
21 Aug, 2018
by David James Gill (University of Nottingham) We all think we know the consequences of the Great War –...
24 Jul, 2018
Do judicial courts in authoritarian regimes act as puppets for the interests of a repressive state – or do...
17 Jul, 2018
Only three of the 20 largest cities in Britain are located near the site of Roman towns, compared with...
26 Jun, 2018
Economists Peter Leeson (George Mason University) and Jacob Russ (Bloom Intelligence) have uncovered new evidence to resolve the longstanding puzzle...
19 Jun, 2018
By Colin Chamberlain (University of Cambridge) ‘Almost idyllic’ – this was the view of one British commentator on the...
14 Jun, 2018
By Felix Brahm (German Historical Institute London) and Eve Rosenhaft (University of Liverpool) Slavery Hinterland. Transatlantic Slavery and Continental...
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