With the move to online teaching and learning the Institute is creating new resources for lecturers, students and the wider public with interests in intellectual history.
The first new resource, TEACHING INTELLECTUAL HISTORY, includes lectures given to undergraduates and research papers. It includes material from the Institute holdings of recordings by intellectual historians in the past in addition to papers and talks given by intellectual historians in numerous places around the world more recently.
A large number of people have already contributed to this open-access resource and more material is being added all of the time. We cannot thank the contributors enough for their willingness to contribute talks and lectures, in addition to the institutions that have given us permission to use material they hold.
A second new resource is called TALKING INTELLECTUAL HISTORY. This includes interviews with authors of new books in intellectual history, interviews with senior figures about their careers and work to date, and discussions about new research projects in intellectual history.