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The libraries hold bo t h physical and online journal content.
Journals and Magazines
The Economic History Review
The Economic History Review publishes articles based on original research on all aspects of economic and social history.
A distinguished quarterly journal discussing interests in all fields of History. The link will take you to a listing of all years available, 1990 to the present, with a link to enable you to search within the journal. There is a 12 month delay in online article availability.
Twenty years' issues of the leading history magazine available as a hard copy and online.
Available at St Johns and Shena Simon campus Libraries.
Concerned with the history of the seven historic Northern counties of England: Cheshire, Cumberland, Durham, Lancashire, Northumberland, Westmorland and Yorkshire.
Publishes essays, reviews and lists of recently published books on all aspects of Renaissance studies for members of the Renaissance Society.
Manchester Libraries -RB Digital
Check out Manchester Public Libraries
RB Digital an excellent range of online magazines you can read for free if you are a member of any Greater Manchester library.
All About History Magazine
Tells the fascinating and engrossing stories that make up the world’s history and inspire interest and in a subject often presented as dry and dusty.
BBC History Magazine
BBC History Magazine is Britain’s bestselling history magazine. Published monthly in print and online.
Who Do You Think You Are Magazine
Explores the stories behind the popular TV series and helps readers uncover their own roots. Packed with practical advice to help with family history archives and get the most out of online resources.