This issue of Essex Journal completes 55 volumes since publication began in 1966. In 1989 a new Editorial Board was formed to continue the good work started by our predecessors. I have had the privilege to be chairman of the board since 1997, but this is surpassed by Martin Stuchfield who is the earliest surviving member of the board and… Read more »
Each year the British Association for Local History makes its ‘Publications and Research Awards’. The Reviews Editor chooses a longlist of articles from all the hundreds of journals and society magazines which are received each year, and a panel of assessors then selects the winners – this year, four long articles and four shorter ones. We’re delighted to announce that… Read more »
The subscription and renewal forms have been updated for 2020.
A quick update on progress on Vol 55 No 1. All articles have been received and most have been edited. The laying out of some of them has begun. Lots of variety as well as updates including another award from the BALH – more of that later. And finally, just to let you know that this issue will be dedicated… Read more »
The forthcoming autumn 2019 issue of Essex Journal is with the printer and should beout in the next couple of weeks or so. The Hon Ed has surprised himself by updating thewebsite before it’s out so you can find out all about it by looking at the Current Issue page.This is a very special issue dedicated to Dr Michael Leach… Read more »
It’s finally been sent to the printer but if you can’t wait read an extract from Neil Wiffen’s article on supplying Edwards III’s forces.
The delayed spring 2019 issue is coming! Should be out in the next couple of weeks– never enough time!
The subscription forms on the website have now been updated for 2019.
Missing any back issues of the Essex Journal? The come and join us at the Essex RecordOffice on Tuesdays 5th and 12th February, 10:00-12:00. The Essex History Group will bemeeting on these days for a talk on the history of Silver End. Details of how to bookcan be found here. However, if you just want to come and have a… Read more »
An exciting new event at the Essex Record Office, in support of the Victoria County History, has been announced to take place on Saturday 18th May 2019. Speakers will include the Essex Journal Hon. Ed. Neil Wiffen. Lunch will be included in the ticket price and more details, including how to book, can be found at http://www.essexrecordoffice.co.uk/events/essex-on-the-edge/