Irish Historical Studies is published by Cambridge University Press on behalf of Irish Historical Studies Publications Ltd. It comes out twice a year in print and online at www.journals.cambridge.org/IHS
There are two categories of subscriptions - individual and institutional. Individual subscriptions are managed by Irish Historical Studies Publications Ltd. Institutional subscriptions are managed by Cambridge University Press.
The 2021 subscription fees are as follows: £40, €50, $65
All individual subscribers will receive the 2021 issues in print and online access to all issues published since 2010. Registered students pay half the amount. Students applying for membership will be asked to supply evidence of their student status.
Individual subscriptions may be paid online, via paypal.
Alternatively, individual subscribers may print out this form and returned with a cheque or money order. As our address in Trinity College Dubln is currently closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic please post your subscription to The TREASURER, IRISH HISTORICAL STUDIES PUBLICATIONS CLG, 128 Rock Road, Booterstown, Co. Dublin A94 Y5W7.
Queries regarding individual subscriptions should be addressed to email@example.com.
All subscription enquiries relating to institutions should be directed to Cambridge University Press. Payment can be made online at www.journals.cambridge.org/IHSsubscriptions or through their customer services teams in the UK and USA:
All written subscription inquiries relating to institutions should be addressed to Journals Customer Services, Cambridge University Press, University Printing House, Shaftesbury Road, Cambridge, CB28BS, UK
GDPR statement for individual subscribers
The information that I.H.S. holds on individual subscribers consists of names (plus in some cases telephone numbers and institutional affiliations); email addresses; and postal addresses so that issues of the journal can be posted to the correct address. Subscribers are entitled to see any information held about them. To ensure that such information is up to date, we ask subscribers to let us know if any of their personal details change.
In terms of sharing this information, two third parties are involved. One is Cambridge University Press, which publishes and distributes Irish Historical Studies. Secondly, individual subscribers are automatically entitled to membership of their nearest local society. Subscribers from Ulster are registered as members of the Ulster Society for Irish Historical Studies (www.irishhistoricalstudies.ie/ulster-society-for-irish-historical-studies/ ). Subscribers from the Republic of Ireland are registered as members of the Irish Historical Society (www.irishhistoricalstudies.ie/irish-historical-society/ ). Since members of those societies are entitled to receive notice of meetings, etc., email addresses are passed on to the appropriate society.
We want to assure subscribers that their information is secure. For as long as an individual continues to subscribe to the journal, we will continue to hold their email and postal addresses, and other information referred to above, to send out invoices periodically, and arrange with CUP that issues of the journal are received. Should an individual no longer wish to be a subscriber, they may let us know if they would like us to delete their information.
We thank subscribers for their support. For queries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or write to us Irish Historical Studies, History Dept., Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin 2.
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