Contemporary British History
Contemporary British History is a quarterly peer reviewed academic journal covering the history of Britain since 1945. It was established in 1987 as the Contemporary Record, obtaining its current name in 1996. It is published by Routledge and the editors-in-chief are Tony Shaw (University of Hertfordshire), Christopher Moores (University of Birmingham), Lucy Robinson (University of Sussex), and Camilla Schofield (University of East Anglia).
|Edited by||Tony Shaw, Christopher Moores, Lucy Robinson, Camilla Schofield|
|ISO 4||Contemp. Br. Hist.|