Our research project is featured as a case study in this recent publication from the National Archives on collaboration between the Archives and Higher Education Sector.

You can download the pdf here:


Guide to Collaboration between the Archive and Higher Education Sectors

Latest Updates on Twitter

The @howard_journal is 100 this year!

Articles from an international line-up of academics and practitioners will appear in a centenary issue, to be published next month.

Book your place and join us online on 14 October to hear from our panel of experts: https://howardleague.org/events/100-years-of-the-howard-journal-lessons-for-contemporary-penal-policy/

Very excited by our panel starting shortly on 'Family Limitation' for @Preg_Research: Fionnuala Walsh (@ucddublin) on unwanted pregnancies in early 20th C Ireland; @DelayCara on Irish criminal abortion 1900-50, and myself on infanticide in England & Wales during the Great War 🤩

The book chapter “The patient's view as history from below: evidence from the Victorian poor, 1834-71”, by Paul Carter and Steve King, is the latest published output from our @ahrcpress- funded @TheirWrite project. https://bit.ly/3C9axPK

As new drama #thenorthwater arrives on BBC Two, set against the brutal backdrop of a 19th-century whaling vessel, @kejamieson_ explains more about the whaling industry and the risks that hunting these ocean behemoths posed to sailors’ lives… https://bit.ly/2XhDCth

Just a little over two weeks now until my next book, Tracing Your Irish Ancestors Through Land Records, is published by @Penswordbooks - you can pre-order a copy at https://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/Tracing-Your-Irish-Ancestors-Through-Land-Records-Paperback/p/19283
I hope it helps! 😃
#genealogy #familyhistory #Ireland #NorthernIreland

Finally, our cover story" Jordanna Bailkin from @UW, on History in Practice; "reflects on the experience of writing a book about the history of #refugee camps in Britain during the global refugee crisis." https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14490854.2021.1956341

Amazing to get a chance to contribute to the @BritSocCrim newsletter in a cross-continental collab with the great @tcguiney discussing the @ANZHistCrim & #HCNet discussion series on historical criminology we helped lead in July!

Check it out here: https://www.britsoccrim.org/publications/bscnewsletters/

We are already looking forward to contributing to this very special event in such an important year for @TheHowardLeague

📣 We're excited to announce our first Zoom #event on 14th Sep!

This month's guest speaker is Steve Pearce. Steve has had a long #policing career in #Devon & #Cornwall and is our new Chair of Trustees.

Members: Free
Non-members: £5.50

For more info see https://bit.ly/38LflOQ