History professors, students, and general aficionados will likely appreciate Reviews in History, a publication of the Institute of Historical Research at the University of London. Launched in 1996, Reviews in History publishes in-depth "reviews and reappraisals of significant work in all fields of historical interest." At the time of this writing, Reviews in History has published over 2,300 reviews, many of which include responses from the author. The scope of this resource is broad and visitors may browse and search the reviews by geographical area, type of history, or time period. Examples of recently reviewed works include the books Imaging Stuart Family Politics: Dynastic Crisis and Continuity by Catriona Murray and Annals of Native America: How the Nahuas of Colonial Mexico Kept Their History Alive by Camilla Townsend. While monographs are the most frequently reviewed format, Reviews in History also publishes reviews of digital resources, films, textbooks, and exhibitions. From time to time, Reviews in History publishes special issues centered around themes such as urban history, fashion, and historical fiction. Those interested may subscribe to email alerts of new reviews. Reviews in History is edited by Jo Fox, the director of the Institute of Historical Research, with Danny Millum as its deputy editor.