During my time at university, I’ve realised that unfortunately, a lot of online, top academic work is posted on restricted websites which are not accessible to all students, and almost entirely inaccessible to non-academics. This blog aims to provide a platform for academics and non-academic history passionates to easily consult and share some of their best pieces of work.
In a day and age when online information is often constricted to 140 characters, this page instead provides detailed studies for readers to enjoy. It covers a wide range of themes and subjects, from the early medieval period up to the modern era, reflecting the variety in interests of contributors. To search particular topics, make use of the archive and search tools at the bottom of the Home page.
Please note that the opinions expressed in articles belong to their authors, and do not reflect the views of PublisHistory. If you wish to get involved, or for any general inquiry, see the Contact details section.
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