History & Policy publishes high quality history, based on peer reviewed research, in accessibly written policy papers. These 2,000-4,000 word articles cover a wide range of topics and are intended for a broad audience, with the policy implications clearly outlined. There are more than 140 papers at present; you can access all our policy papers by theme and by author.
New books features historians' reflections on the research and writing of recent publications, with a focus on the policy lessons that arose during the process.
Our case studies are written by historians with experience of using their research in a policy environment. They explain any role played by H&P in the process, and include lessons learned by the author for connecting history and policy.
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