Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire
Editor: Dr Bertie Dockerill, University of Liverpool
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The Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire was first published in 1849. Over 160 editions of the journal have been published. This represents a considerable and influential body of scholarly material on the history of the two counties.
Transactions is a high quality, peer-reviewed annual journal which includes articles and short notes reflecting recent and original research on diverse aspects of the history of Lancashire and Cheshire. Content is not limited by theme or chronological coverage. The articles cover a range of topics and periods, and are of wide-ranging scholarly and popular interest. Reviews of recent volumes of Transactions have endorsed the Society’s reputation as a supporter and publisher of scholarly research, a reputation which the Society’s Council aims to enhance.
Code of Conduct
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Dr Bertie Dockerill, University of Liverpool
John Belcham, University of Liverpool
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How to subscribe:
Members of the Historic Society enjoy the benefits of:
- Annual Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire. This scholarly, informative and attractive hardback volume is free to members.
- An interesting programme of lectures and meetings reflecting high quality scholarship on regional and local history;
- The opportunity to use an extensive library of texts on the history of Lancashire and Cheshire, including many works which are now out of print.
- Newsletters containing details of forthcoming events in Lancashire and Cheshire, and articles of interest.
Individual membership (U.K. residents) - £16
Overseas membership - £22
Personal membership is open to individuals or partners living at the same address.
Educational and similar institutions may apply for Corporate Membership.
Corporate Membership (UK) - £22
Corporate Membership (Overseas) - £28
Membership runs from 1 January – 31 December each year and may be paid by cash, cheque or postal order.
To join the society and receive Transactions, please visit the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire website.
Please email article submissions to Dr Bertie Dockerill at email@example.com
Please send books for review, and any other editorial correspondence to:
Dr Bertie Dockerill
Department of Geography and Planning
University of Liverpool
Room 203, Roxby Building
74 Bedford Street South
Liverpool, L69 7ZT