The Institute of Intellectual History hosts several online resources, whilst members of faculty collaborate on a number of major projects.
A project to create and update an electronic version of a finding aid originally published in 1975 as Economists’ Papers 1750-1950; A Guide to Archive and other Manuscript Sources for the History of British and Irish Economic Thought.
Manuscript resources pertaining to eighteenth-century Geneva, translated and edited by Kenneth Goodwin.
Two academic journals, published by Taylor and Francis, are edited at St Andrews.
An open-access digital repository of the papers of eminent intellectual historians, including unpublished essays, teaching materials, and research notes.
Transcriptions of four volumes of James Mill’s manuscripts covering a wide variety of early nineteenth-century political themes.
A project bringing together researchers with an interest in Nervan, Trajanic and Hadrianic literature to examine the texts and the literary culture of the period collectively.
A project bringing together a wide range of scholars interested in the theory and practice of political advice across several countries and centuries.
PIMIC is a cooperative effort by a team that consists of medievalists specialising in Western, Byzantine and Islamic history.
AHRC-sponsored research project investigating the Royal Society, the publisher of the oldest surviving scientific journal in the world.
A series of short videos reflecting on the theory and practice of Intellectual History.