National History and Record Societies

Map of the British Isles, Zannoni, 1771

** This Society’s publications can be found in the Royal Historical Society collections in the UCL History Library

AIR HISTORICAL BRANCH

Air Historical Branch Publications

The AHB is a small department within the RAF with the responsibility of providing the Air Staff, the wider RAF and MOD, and other government departments with RAF related historical support on operational and other matters. It has a specialist staff of historians and researchers who use material held within AHB or other official repositories as sources through which to provide this support.

Enquiries to: Air Historical Branch, Building 824, RAF Northolt, West End Road, Ruislip, Middlesex. HA4 6NG; tel: 020 8833 8175; email: ahb.raf@btconnect.com; https://www.raf.mod.uk/our-organisation/units/air-historical-branch/

ANGLO-NORMAN TEXT SOCIETY

Anglo Norman Text Society Publications

Learned society with the aim of promoting the study of Anglo-Norman by publishing a series of texts of literary, linguistic, historical and legal value and interest.

Enquiries to: Dr Daron Burrows (ANTS Secretary), St Peter’s College, Oxford. OX1 2DL; email: daron.burrows@mod-langs.ox.ac.uk; http://www.anglo-norman-texts.net

ANGLO-SAXON CHARTERS – BRITISH ACADEMY

Anglo-Saxon Charters Publications

The term ‘Anglo-Saxon charter’ covers a multitude of documents ranging in kind from the Royal diplomas issued in the names of Anglo-Saxon kings between the last quarter of the seventh century and the Norman conquest, which are generally in Latin, to the wills of prominent churchmen, laymen and women which are generally in the vernacular.

Enquiries to: The Publications Officer, The British Academy, 10 Carlton House Terrace, London. SW1Y 5AH; tel: 020 7969 5200; email: pubs@thebritishacademy.ac.uk; https://www.thebritishacademy.ac.uk/projects/academy-research-projects-anglo-saxon-charters/

ANTIQUARIAN HOROLOGICAL SOCIETY

Antiquarian Horological Society Publications

Enquiries to: The Secretary, 4 Lovat Lane, London. EC3R 8DT; tel: 07733 481 595; email: secretary@ahsoc.org; http://www.ahsoc.org/

ARMY RECORDS SOCIETY **

Army Records Society Publications

Enquiries to: Honorary Secretary, Dr Timothy Bowman, School of History, Rutherford College, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent. CT2 7NX; email: t.bowman@kent.ac.uk; http://www.armyrecordssociety.org.uk

AUCTORES BRITANNICI MEDII AEVI – BRITISH ACADEMY

Auctores Britannici Publications

This is a series of definitive Latin texts which are essential for the study of medieval British thought.

Enquiries to: The Publications Officer, The British Academy, 10 Carlton House Terrace, London. SW1Y 5AH; tel: 020 7969 5200; email: pubs@thebritishacademy.ac.uk; http://www.britac.ac.uk/pubs/cat/Medieval_British_Authors.cfm

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY

Bibliographical Society Publications

Enquiries to: The Honorary Secretary, The Bibliographical Society, c/o Institute of English Studies, University of London, Senate House, Mallet Street, London. WC1E 7HU; email: admin@bibsoc.org.uk; http://www.bibsoc.org.uk

BEVIS MARKS RECORDS / SPANISH & PORTUGUESE JEWS’ CONGREGATION

Bevis Marks Record Publications

Enquiries via: Spanish & Portuguese Jews’ Congregation and Bevis Marks Synagogue, https://www.sephardi.org.uk/bevis-marks/bm-contact/

BORTHWICK INSTITUTE FOR ARCHIVES

Borthwick Institute Publications

Enquiries to: Publications Team, Borthwick Institute for Archives, University of York, Heslington, York. YO10 5DD; tel. 01904 321 166; borthwick-institute@york.ac.uk; http://www.york.ac.uk/borthwick

BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR LOCAL HISTORY **

BALH Publications

Enquiries to: BALH Head Office, Chester House, 68 Chestergate, Macclesfield. SK11 6DY; tel: 01625 664 524; email: admin@nalh.co.uk; https://www.balh.org.uk/

BRITISH RECORD SOCIETY **

British Record Society Publications

Enquiries to: Prof. Patrick Wallis, Honorary Secretary, Department of Economic History, LSE, Houghton Street, London. WC2A 2AE; email: secretary@britishrecordsociety.org; http://www.britishrecordsociety.org

BRITISH SOCIETY OF FRANCISCAN STUDIES (1908-1937)

British Society of Franciscan Studies Publications

CANTERBURY AND YORK SOCIETY **

Canterbury & York Society Publications

The Canterbury and York Society exists to publish medieval bishops’ registers and other ecclesiastical records. It has published 100 volumes and more than fifty complete registers to date. Membership is open to all and at its AGM, a paper is given on some aspect of late medieval church history.

Enquiries to: Dr Charles Fonge, Honorary Secretary, Canterbury and York Society, Borthwick Institute for Archives, University of York, Heslington, York. YO10 5DD; email: charles.fonge@york.ac.uk; https://www-users.york.ac.uk/~cf13/

CANTILUPE SOCIETY (1908-1925)

Cantilupe Society Publications

CATHOLIC RECORD SOCIETY **

Catholic Record Society Publications

The Catholic Record Society was founded in 1904, and has so far published over ninety records volumes, which form a unique and broad collection of primary source material indispensable to anyone working on any aspect the history of the Catholic Church in the British Isles. It has also published a number of monographs dealing with particular topics or with Catholic individuals prominent in public life.

Enquiries to: Honorary Secretary, Dr Serenhedd James; email: secretary@crs.org.uk; https://www.crs.org.uk/

CAXTON SOCIETY (1844-1854)

Caxton Society Publications

CHRONICLES AND MEMORIALS OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND (1965)

Chronicles and Memorials Publications

CHURCH OF ENGLAND RECORD SOCIETY**

Church of England Record Society Publications

The Society was founded with the object of promoting interest in and knowledge of the history of the Church of England from the sixteenth century onwards. The Society aims to do this by publishing primary material of significance for the history of the Church of England, whether in the form of letters, diaries, treatises, visitation articles, or other documents. Since the intention is to publish material of national, as distinct from purely local interest, the Society is not in competition with local or county record societies.

Enquiries to: Honorary General Editor, Dr. Grant Tapsell, Lady Margaret Hall, Norham Gardens, Oxford. OX2 6QA; grant.tapsell@history.ox.ac.uk; http://www.coers.org/index.html

CLARENDON HISTORICAL SOCIETY (1882-1888)

Clarendon Historical Society Publications

COUNCIL FOR THE PRESERVATION OF BUSINESS ARCHIVES (1950-1951)

Business Archives Publications

DUGDALE SOCIETY **

Dugdale Society Publications

Enquiries to: Dr Robert Bearman, General Editor, The Dugdale Society, The Shakespeare Centre, Henley Street, Stratford Upon Avon, Warwickshire. CV37 6QW; email: dugdale-society@hotmail.co.uk; http://dugdale-society.org.uk

EARLY ENGLISH TEXT SOCIETY **

Early English Text Society Publications

EETS was founded in 1864 by Frederick James Furnivall, with the help of Richard Morris, Walter Skeat and others, to bring the mass of unprinted Early English literature within the reach of students. It was also intended to provide accurate texts from which the New (later Oxford) English Dictionary could quote; the ongoing work on the revision of that Dictionary is still heavily dependent on the Society’s editions, as are the Middle English Dictionary and the Toronto Dictionary of Old English. Without EETS editions, study of medieval English texts would hardly be possible.

Enquiries to: Executive Secretary, Prof. Daniel Wakelin, Faculty of English Language and Literature, St Cross Building, Manor Rd., Oxford. OX1 3UL; email: daniel.wakelin@ell.ox.ac.uk; http://users.ox.ac.uk/~eets/

ENGLISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY (1838-1856)

English Historical Society Publications

ENGLISH EPISCOPAL ACTA – BRITISH ACADEMY **

English Episcopal Acta Publications

The British Academy is the UK’s national body for the humanities and social sciences. It publishes a wide range of scholarly monographs, editions and catalogues.

Enquiries to: The Publications Officer, The British Academy, 10-11 Carlton House Terrace, London. SW1Y 5AH; tel: 020 7969 5200; email: pubs@thebritishacademy.ac.uk; http://www.britac.ac.uk/pubs/cat/eea.cfm

ENGLISH PLACE-NAME SOCIETY **

English Place Name Society Publications

Enquiries to: Mrs Christine Hickling, English Place Name Society, School of English, The University of Nottingham, Nottingham. NG7 2RD; email: name-studies@nottingham.ac.uk; http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/~aezins/epns/

GERMAN HISTORICAL INSTITUTE LONDON **

German Historical Institute Publications

The German Historical Institute London is an academically independent institution and part of the foundation German Humanities Institutes Abroad. It promotes research on medieval and modern history in particular on the comparative history of Britain and Germany, on the British Empire and the Commonwealth and on Anglo-German relations. Its public library specializes in German history.

Enquiries to: Anita Bellamy, Secretary, German Historical Institute, 17 Bloomsbury Square, London. WC1A 2NJ; tel: 020 7309 2050; email: ghil@ghil.ac.uk; https://www.ghil.ac.uk/

HAKLUYT SOCIETY **

Hakluyt Society Publications

Since its foundation in 1846, the Hakluyt Society has been centrally concerned with the publication of scholarly editions of primary records of voyages and travels. With some 370 volumes published, this remains our principal activity. The volumes, which are distributed to current members, are illustrated with maps and plates and are widely prized for their standards of scholarship and book production.

Enquiries to: Hakluyt Society Administrative Office; tel: 07568 468 066; email: office@hakluyt.com; http://www.hakluyt.com

HANSERD KNOLLYS SOCIETY (1846-1854)

Hanserd Knollys Society Publications

HARLEIAN SOCIETY **

Harleian Society Publications

The principal activity of the Society is the transcribing, printing and publishing of the heraldic visitations of counties, parish registers or any manuscripts relating to genealogy, family history and heraldry.

Enquiries to: Timothy H. S. Duke (The Honorary Secretary and Treasurer), Harleian Society, College of Arms, Queen Victoria Street, London. EC4V 4BT; email: info@harleian.co.uk; http://harleian.org.uk

HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS COMMISSION (HMC)

HMC Publications

Enquiries to: Historical Manuscripts Commission, The National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey. TW9 4DU; https://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/archives-sector/our-archives-sector-role/historical-manuscripts-commission/

HISTORY OF PARLIAMENT

History of Parliament Publications

The History of Parliament is a research project creating a comprehensive account of parliamentary politics in England, then Britain, from their origins in the thirteenth century. Unparalleled in the comprehensiveness of its treatment, the History is generally regarded as one of the most ambitious, authoritative and well-researched projects in British History. It consists of detailed studies of elections and electoral politics in each constituency, and of closely researched accounts of the lives of everyone who was elected to Parliament in the period, together with surveys drawing out the themes and discoveries of the research and adding information on the operation of Parliament as an institution.

Enquiries to: The History of Parliament, 18 Bloomsbury Square, London. WC1A 2NS; tel: 020 7636 9269; email: website@histparl.ac.uk; http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/

HUGUENOT SOCIETY OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND**

Huguenot Society Publications

In 1885, the directors of the French Hospital, established to serve the Huguenot community in 1718, created a Society to promote the publication and interchange of knowledge about Huguenot history. The Society publishes an annual Huguenot Society Journal (formerly¬†Proceedings) and, since 1887, has brought out many volumes of Huguenot records. Originally known as ‘Publications of the Huguenot Society of London’, these volumes became the ‘Huguenot Society Quarto Series’ in 1969. In 1990, the Society started a New Series of monographs editing personal reflections by Huguenot refugees and their descendants.

Enquiries to: The Hon. Secretary, Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland; secretary@huguenotsociety.org.uk; http://www.huguenotsociety.org.uk

JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ENGLAND **

Jewish Historical Society Publications

Is the oldest historical and learned society of its kind in Europe, founded in 1893 by the foremost Anglo-Jewish scholars and communal leaders of the day. The Jewish Historical Society of England publishes lectures, book reviews and occasional papers in its annual transactions known as Jewish Historical Studies.

Enquiries to: Honorary Secretary, Jewish Historical Society of England; tel: 01553 849 849; email: info@jhse.org; http://www.jhse.org

LIST AND INDEX SOCIETY **

List and Index Society Publications

The List and Index Society is a not-for-profit society that publishes editions and calendars of historical records. It has also published monographs from time to time. Its publications can be found in the major British and American public and university libraries: they are also available for purchase by individuals. The society is managed by its officers and a council representing the British historical community.

Enquiries to: Honorary Secretary, List and Index Society; listandindexsociety@nationalarchives.gov.uk ; http://www.listandindexsociety.org.uk

MALONE SOCIETY

Malone Society Publications

Enquiries to: Prof. Lucy Munro, Publicity Officer; email: lucy.munro@kcl.ac.uk; http://www.malonesociety.com

NATIONAL ARCHIVES (formerly Public Record Office)

Public Record Office Publications

Enquiries to: The National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey. TW9 4DU; http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

NAVY RECORDS SOCIETY **

Navy Records Society Publications

The Navy Records Society was founded in 1893 by a small group of historians, naval officers, publicists and statesmen led by Professor Sir John Knox Laughton and Admiral Sir Cyprian Bridge, to publish original materials on the history of the Royal Navy. The Navy Records Society publishes an annual volume in print and online. Each work presents previously unpublished documents on naval history, edited, introduced and given an analytical commentary by an acknowledged expert in the field.

Enquiries to: Andy Plumbly, Hon. Secretary; email: honsec@navyrecords.org.uk; http://www.navyrecords.org.uk

PARKER SOCIETY (1841-1855)

Parker Society Publications

PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY RECORD SERIES

Parliamentary History Record Series Publications

The Record Series has been replaced by a new series, Parliamentary History: Text and Studies.

Enquiries to: Editor Linda Clark (History of Parliament). For more information see the Wiley Online Library site for the Parliamentary History Journal.

PIPE ROLL SOCIETY **

Pipe Roll Society Publications

Enquiries to: The Pipe Roll Society, c/o The National Archives, Ruskin Avenue, Kew, Richmond, Surrey. TW9 4DU; email: prs@nationalarchives.gov.uk; https://piperollsociety.co.uk/

RECORD COMMISSIONERS (1802-1832)

Record Commissioners Publications

RECORDS OF EARLY ENGLISH DRAMA (REED)

Records of Early English Drama Publications

Enquiries to: Prof. Sally-Beth MacLean, Director of Research and General Editor, Records of Early English Drama, Jackman Humanities Building, University of Toronto, 170 St George Street, Suite 810, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. M5R 2M8; email: smaclean@utoronto.ca; http://www.reed.utoronto.ca/

RECORDS OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC HISTORY (RSEH) – BRITISH ACADEMY **

RSEH Publications

The British Academy is the UK’s national body for the humanities and social sciences. It publishes a wide range of scholarly monographs, editions and catalogues.

Enquiries to: The Publications Officer, The British Academy, 10-11 Carlton House Terrace, London. SW1Y 5AH; tel: 020 7969 5200; email: pubs@thebritishacademy.ac.uk; http://www.britac.ac.uk/pubs/cat/rseh.cfm

ROYAL COMMISSION ON THE ANCIENT AND HISTORICAL MONUMENTS AND CONSTRUCTIONS OF ENGLAND (1908-1999)

AHMC Commission for England Publications

ROYAL COMMISSION ON THE ANCIENT AND HISTORICAL MONUMENTS AND CONSTRUCTIONS IN WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE | Comisiwn Brenhinol Henebion Cymru

AHMC Commission Wales Publications

Enquiries via: https://rcahmw.gov.uk/

SELDEN SOCIETY **

Selden Society Publications

The Selden Society’s motto is ‘to encourage the study and advance the knowledge of the history of English law’. It has published some 150 volumes of original legal records and source-materials, translated and edited, and continues to do so at the rate of one or more volumes each year.

Enquiries to: The Selden Society, School of Law, Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End Road, London. E1 4NS; tel: 020 7882 3968; email: selden-society@qmul.ac.uk; https://www.seldensociety.ac.uk/

SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES OF LONDON **

Society of Antiquaries (London) Publications

The Society of Antiquaries of London was founded in by Royal Charter in 1751. Its remit is the encouragement, advancement and furtherance of the study and knowledge of the antiquities and history of this and other countries.

Enquiries to: The Society of Antiquaries of London, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London. W1J 0BE; tel: 020 7479 7080; email: admin@sal.org.uk; http://www.sal.org.uk

ST GEORGE’S CHAPEL, WINDSOR

St George’s Chapel Publications

The series of Historical Monographs relating to St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, commenced in 1939. It aims to make more accessible the principal historical collections in the custody of the Dean and Canons of Windsor and to examine and publicize aspects of the Chapel’s rich history.

Enquiries to: Archives, tel: 01753 848 888 (please leave a message and your call will be returned); email: chapteroffice@stgeorges-windsor.org; https://www.stgeorges-windsor.org/archives/resources/historical-monographs/

WESTMINSTER ABBEY RECORD SERIES

Westminster Abbey Record Series Publications

Enquiries to: Westminster Abbey Library, East Cloister, Westminster Abbey, London. SW1P 3PA; tel: 020 7654 4830; email: library@westminster-abbey.org; https://www.westminster-abbey.org/about-the-abbey/library-research/record-series