Records of Social and Economic History
Documents of the First Chambers of Commerce in Britain and Ireland, 1767-1839
Records of Social and Economic History, New Series, volume 55, edited by Robert J. Bennett
Records of Social and Economic History (BAR 19)
The British Academy’s ‘Records of Social and Economic History’ series exists to publish primary sources that aid the study of social and economic history. Professor Richard M. Smith FBA, who chairs the editorial committee, discusses the most recent volumes published in the series.
Records of Social and Economic History (BAR 5)
The thirtieth volume in the New Series of Records of Social and Economic History was published in June 2001. Professor Michael Thompson FBA, Chairman of the editorial committee and General Editor of the series, discusses the past achievements and future ambitions of this highly regarded British Academy series.
The Bordeaux-Dublin letters project
In September 2013, the British Academy published an edition of ‘The Bordeaux–Dublin Letters, 1757: Correspondence of an Irish Community Abroad’. Here one of the volume editors describes this remarkable cache of documents and the project that has brought them to life.
Three new British Academy editions of historical texts, autumn 2018
Three new editions: ‘The Worlds of the Jeake Family of Rye, 1640-1736’, edited by Anne L Murphy (Records of Social and Economic History, New Series); ‘Richard Rufus of Cornwall: Sententia cum quaestionibus in libros De anima Aristotelis’, edited by Jennifer R Ottman, Rega Wood, Neil Lewis and Christopher J Martin …