News from University of Hertfordshire Press
Mary Nejedly's clear-eyed research increases our knowledge of this important aspect of social and economic history.
11 Oct 2021 2:05pm
Tom Williamson and Gerry Barnes tell the fascinating story of orchards in the east since the late Middle Ages.
13 Sep 2021 1:54pm
A new book published by UH Press sheds new light on the dynamics of the campaign to preserve Epping Forest for public leisure.
07 May 2021 3:51pm
Letchworth Local History Research Group look in detail at the town’s foundation in the early 1900s and the energetic organisation and administration that enabled it to get off the ground quickly and successfully.
12 Mar 2021 9:46am
Essay collection published in tribute to David Hey explores Sheffield region.
05 Mar 2021 2:52pm
Essay collection exploring the life and legacies of Dr Thomas Plume is published under our Essex Publications imprint.
29 Nov 2020 3:11pm
Maggie Kilbey explores attempts to improve parochial music-making in Hertfordshire between 1760 and 1870.
05 Oct 2020 1:02pm
Ground-breaking study offers a new perspective on the lives of medieval peasants in East Anglia.
24 Feb 2020 1:17pm
Major study of the World War Two defences along the Suffolk coastline wins major regional prize.
15 Nov 2019 1:51pm
UH Press publishes brand new study of the Grand Junction Canal and its impact on west Hertfordshire.
02 Sep 2019 4:08pm
UH Press launches new book that illuminates a significant aspect of the county’s landscape history.
21 Jun 2019 11:16am
UH Press launches new history embracing the period that put Hatfield in the vanguard of computer science education in the 1960s.
07 Mar 2017 12:54pm
UH Press is proud to publish a collection of essays marking the relevance of Joan Thirsk and presenting new research inspired by her example.
26 Oct 2016 10:26am