Records of Social and Economic History
Chair: Professor Julian Hoppit FBA
Britain possesses one of the most remarkable sets of records of economic and social history in the world – a continuous series of cartularies, revenue-rolls, account books, personal diaries and correspondence, relating to all kinds of agricultural, urban, domestic, industrial, commercial and demographic subjects.
This series publishes primary sources that aid the study of social and economic history, with the original series containing nine volumes (published 1914–1935). In 1970, the British Academy established a new series, in light of the increasing interest in this type of history, with these volumes published by Oxford University Press.