Posted on Sunday 18 November 2018
Add value to your assignments and research by exploring the unique resources, only available here at York, relating to a wide range of academic subjects, held on campus in our archives.
Posted on Tuesday 13 November 2018
If you’re planning on visiting us across November, December and the festive season, please be aware of the following closures......
Posted on Monday 12 November 2018
The Library & Archives survey 2018 is now open, and runs until Sunday 2 December. Tell us how we're doing and you could win a Chromebook, Fitbit Versa, or £200 experience day.
Posted on Friday 26 October 2018
The parish register recording the marriage of Admiral Lord Nelson has arrived at the Borthwick Institute for urgently-needed repairs.
Posted on Wednesday 17 October 2018
The Borthwick Institute for Archives, including the searchroom and microform room, will be open today as usual.
Posted on Wednesday 19 September 2018
We have joined an international initiative to support the future development of Access to Memory
Posted on Thursday 6 September 2018
The searchroom will be closed all day on Thursday, 13 September 2018.
Posted on Monday 13 August 2018
On Monday 20 August 2018 the main searchroom will be closed until 2pm for a general staff meeting.
Posted on Tuesday 31 July 2018
Borthwick staff and volunteers celebrate Archives Accreditation
Posted on Tuesday 24 July 2018
Applications are invited for a technical traineeship in digital archives
Posted on Tuesday 17 July 2018
The searchroom will be closing early at 3.30 p.m. on 24 July 2018.
Posted on Wednesday 16 May 2018
The latest Borthwick paper examines the social attitudes of the population of York in the early Victorian period, and challenges the assumption that the peaceful nature of the city suggested social harmony between the classes.
Posted on Thursday 3 May 2018
A new version of our catalogue is now available. Additional functionality includes searching by date range and a clipboard feature
Posted on Tuesday 17 April 2018
This new publication describes the life of Josiah Collier, an advocate and promoter of the Grindletonian theology which established itself in the early seventeenth-century.
Posted on Thursday 29 March 2018
We are pleased to announce that the Borthwick Institute for Archives has been awarded Archive Service Accreditation by the National Archives.
Posted on Thursday 15 February 2018
On Monday 19th February the main searchroom will be closed until 2pm for a general staff meeting.
Posted on Wednesday 14 February 2018
We are involved in a new digital training scheme with funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund
Posted on Thursday 11 January 2018
200 years of mental health history from the Retreat Archive is now available to view online