An online database of digitised British government documents, primarily drawn from The National Archives of the UK, discussing British perspectives towards the United States during the Second World War on political, economic and social issues.
A searchable directory of Latin American Studies research resources in the UK.
A repository of interview data relating to the multidimensional relationship between women and US foreign policy (USFP), including interviews with women involved in, and affected by USFP.
EpiDoc is an international, collaborative effort that provides guidelines and tools for encoding scholarly and educational editions of ancient documents.
SNAP is building a virtual authority list for ancient people through linked data collection of common information from many collaborating projects.
A website engaging with the ways in which the bicentenary of the abolition of the slave trade was commemorated in Britain and the public memories which have been shaped by it.
Over 470,000 records describing books and articles about British and Irish history. Replaced the RHS Bibliography on 1 January 2010.
Fully searchable digital library for the history of Britain.
The catalogue locates town maps extant in UK public archives and libraries. It provides details of almost 8,000 maps and provides for each the key cartographical and other features and the location of publicly-accessible exemplars.
Links recordings and proceedings in the UK Parliament and in the Northern Ireland Parliament (Stormont Parliament) which existed between 1924 and 1974.
Connecting the major online resources for the history of Britain, 1500-1900 – people, places and dates.
New editions and translations of English legal codes, edicts, and treatises produced up to the time of Magna Carta 1215 in print and online.
An online exhibition of digitised department store catalogues, 1916-17.
A digital resource providing insight not only into the major curricular changes in history over the previous century, but the changing experience of history at the chalk face in English state schools.
Original articles, book reviews and links to historical resources.
Comprehensive account of parliamentary politics in England, then Britain, from their origins in the thirteenth century.
Information resources for the teaching and learning of history.
Tracing the history of the study and practice of history in Britain over the last 100 years and more.
An open access journal publishing reviews and reappraisals of significant work in all fields of historical interest.
The treasure roll of Richard II, compiled in 1398/9, offers a rare insight into the magnificence of a late medieval English king. This website brings the treasure to life through images – of the roll, of Richard himself and of many exquisite objects.
An online exhibition of political pamphlets from the Ron Heisler collection of political and protest literature in Senate House Library.
Digital archive of Ruth First's notes and writings.
An interface providing access to the full-text index of UK web space from 1996 to 2013, developed in partnership with the British Library as part of the Big UK Domain Data for the Arts and Humanities project.
Free access to reliable local history materials, produced by academics and volunteers.
Online catalogue of the Warburg Institute Archive (WIA).
Digitised images from the Institute's Photographic Collection and Library.
Free access to out-of-print source material on Medieval and Renaissance studies.
Being Human (School of Advanced Study)
Commonwealth Opinion (Institute of Commonwealth Studies)
Commonwealth Oral Histories (Institute of Commonwealth Studies)
Digital History Seminar (Institute of Historical Research)
Extreme Energy Initiative (Human Rights Consortium)
The IHR Blog (Institute of Historical Research)
Talking Humanities (School of Advanced Study)
Culture, Language and Literature
The UK’s first – and freely available to all – online modular training course on palaeography and manuscript studies. It provides a set of distance learning materials suitable both for someone interested in exploring palaeography for the first time as well as for those in need of a refresher course.
A training reference point for all postgraduates, especially those in modern languages. As well as online research skills tutorials, PORT is a portal to research resources including catalogues, archives, museums, institutes, virtual libraries, and links.
BAILII, based at IALS, is a sophisticated searchable database of online primary legal resources, updated daily. BAILII contains British and Irish case law & legislation, European Union case law, Law Commission reports, and other law-related British and Irish material.
A searchable database of current awareness information giving bibliographic details of newly published books and journal articles of specific interest to law library and legal information professionals.
An open access database detailing the legal subjects of research in progress by students of law in the UK – aiding the identification of topical gaps, collaborative opportunities and expertise in supervision.
Electronic Access to Global Legal information, the successor to the award-winning national Intute and SOSIG law gateways, provides description and evaluation of selected high quality and authentic legal information sources on the web.
Aims to improve the coverage and accessibility of foreign legal materials at the national level and to raise expertise in their use.
An award-winning database forming a collaborative internet gateway to holdings of foreign, comparative and international law in UK national and university libraries, locating and describing the collections in libraries throughout the UK.
A database of basic information on over 2,000 of the most significant multilateral treaties concluded from 1353 onwards and a number of significant bilateral treaties signed between 1353 and 1815, with links to full-text where available.
IALS Journals in SAS Open Journals
Past issues of Amicus Curiae – the official journal of both the Society for Advanced Legal Studies and the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies – are freely available online. This open journal version of Amicus Curiae includes over 600 articles by more than 400 authors. Many of the articles are appearing online for the first time.
Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review brings articles, legal developments and case reports to academics, practitioners and the industry in relation to digital evidence and electronic signatures from across the world. An open access version of the journal has been developed by Stephen Mason (founder, publisher and general editor) with the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies.
The IALS Student Law Review (ISLRev) is a digital open access peer-reviewed law journal established by the Institute on the School of Advanced Study's Open Journals System. It is run by IALS PhD legal research students assisted by an academic member of staff at IALS. The journal is intended as a showcase for legal scholars from postgraduate students and early career scholars to well-established academics; and, intends to target both members of the legal academia and practitioners in addition to students.