12 September 2020
We are pleased to advise individual subscribers that Cambridge University Press is currently distributing the May 2020 issue (No. 165) of Irish Historical Studies, which is a special issue on 'the global history of the Irish revolution'. The online version is also available to subscribers on the CUP website. See our subscriptions page for details of renewing or taking out a new subscription to the journal.
For further information on the impact of the pandemic see the statement from Cambridge University Press.
Irish Historical Studies, founded in 1938, is the joint journal of the Irish Historical Society and the Ulster Society for Irish Historical Studies. It publishes articles embodying original research on Irish history; articles on the scope and teaching of Irish history; select documents, with editorial comment; select and critical bibliographies and guides to sources, manuscript and printed; and reviews of books and periodicals having a bearing on Irish history. Annual lists of writings on Irish history, carried in Irish Historical Studies from 1938 to 1979, are now available digitally through Irish History Online (www.irishhistoryonline.ie).
An advetisement for snuff, extoling its curative properties, from the Connacht Tribune in 1918
In the autumn of 2014 the Management Board of Irish Historical Studies made the decision to enter a partnership with Cambridge University Press and from issue no. 155 (May 2015), the journal has been published by Cambridge. The journal will contunue to be published twice a year. Individual subscriptions remain unchanged from 2014 levels. For further detials please see our subscriptions page.
The joint editors are Dr Liam Chambers and Dr Marie Coleman and it has a fourteen person International Advisory Board. The journal is copy-edited by Ciaran McCabe.
Irish Historical Studies is delighted to announce that beginning in 2021, it will be awarding a prize for the best article submitted by an Early Career Researcher during the calendar year.
The prize will be named after the former I.H.S. editor and chairman of the editorial board, the late Professor Keith Jeffery.
Conditions for entry:
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