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New Camden Volume on Henry Piers

New Camden Volume on Henry Piers

Cambridge University Press have released an exciting new edition in our Camden Series of annotated primary source documents. Brian Mac Cuarta SJ discusses his new volume on the continental travels of the Irish landowner Henry Piers and his conversion to the Catholic...
National Archives Research Priorities

National Archives Research Priorities

We partner with many organisations to host events and promote the study of history. Each summer we sponsor a series of free lectures at The National Archives, where our colleagues do invaluable work preserving and sharing the nation’s historical records. This...
New Camden Volume on Lord Burghley

New Camden Volume on Lord Burghley

Cambridge University Press have released an exciting new edition in our Camden Series of annotated primary source documents. Dr William Acres discusses the volume he has edited on ‘The Letters of Lord Burghley, William Cecil, to his son Sir Robert Cecil,...
New Camden Volume on Medieval Petitions

New Camden Volume on Medieval Petitions

Cambridge University Press have released an exciting new edition in our Camden Series of annotated primary source documents. Mark Ormrod of the University of York discusses the volume he has edited with Helen Killick (Reading) and Phil Bradford (York), Early Common...