- “And your petitioner as in duty bound shall ever pray etc”: how an 18th-century petition works
- What can you do with 10,000 18th-century petitions? 1: Counting Stuff
- The humble petitioners of 18th-century London
- History Carnival 151
- The History Carnival is coming back to EMN!
- ‘she was soe stuborn that she would give me noe answer’
- Our Criminal Past special issue in Law, Crime and History journal
- New Year, Old Stuff, Revamped: things in progress
- Record Linkage: project workshop and work in progress
- Repost: Tyburn’s Martyrs
- Sharon Howard on “And your petitioner as in duty bound shall ever pray etc”: how an 18th-century petition works
- Brodie Waddell on “And your petitioner as in duty bound shall ever pray etc”: how an 18th-century petition works
- Hatful of History to host History Carnival for Dec 2015: Nominate now! | Hatful of History on History Carnival 151
- artandarchitecturemainly on History Carnival 151
- Carnival — 10/28 – 11/03/2015 | Sorting out Science on History Carnival 151
- historyagain on History Carnival 151
Monthly Archives: February 2007
The next History Carnival will be at History is Elementary on 1 March. Email nominations for recently published posts about history (a historical topic, reviews of books or resources, reflections on teaching or researching history) to historyiselementaryATyahooDOTcom, or use the … Continue reading
It’s a bumper edition of early modern Carnivalesque!
* This is a damn fine way to cook spare ribs. You can of course substitute your own sweet/sour barbecue style sauce. * I’ve been addicted to this Rwandan coffee for some time (possibly since it first arrived in the … Continue reading
There will be an early modern edition of Carnivalesque this coming weekend (24/25 February) at The Long Eighteenth, hosted by Carrie Shanafelt. Send nominations of posts about all things (historical, literary, philosophical, artistic, etc) to do with the early modern … Continue reading
It’s up at Aardvarchaeology! The next one will be on 1 March at History is Elementary. And an announcement: At present there is one host definitely booked for 1 April, and I’ll probably do the 50th edition on 15 March. … Continue reading
1. Right, you know the drill! The next History Carnival will be hosted on 15 February by Martin at Aardvarchaeology. (I’d like to call this a coup – a history carnival sneaks into the Science Blogs empire! – but this … Continue reading
Guardian obituary of Ian Richardson. Of course, his portrayal of Francis Urquhart was awesome. But let’s not forget Bill Haydon, eh?