The RHS

  • REPRESENTS history as a discipline and historians as a group.
  • PROMOTES the vitality of historical scholarship through support for research and publication.
  • ADVOCATES best practice in history teaching in universities and schools.
  • PROVIDES a forum for all historians to meet and exchange ideas.
  • SUPPORTS and encourages early career historians.

RHS LECTURES ONLINE

RHS LECTURES ONLINE

Visit the RHS video archive to view our latest lectures - Peter Mandler 'Educating the Nation III' on social mobility; Elizabeth Harvey on female foreign labour in the Third Reich; Colin Kidd's 2015 Prothero Lecture, and many more.

RHS Gladstone and Whitfield Prize 2016 Shortlists

RHS Gladstone and Whitfield Prize 2016 Shortlists

The Society is pleased to announce the shortlisted volumes for the 2016 Gladstone and Whitfield Prizes. Read more .

Ask the Experts-3 June

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Each year the Royal Historical Society and History Lab Plus jointly organise a training workshop for late PhD and early career historians. This year's event will be held at The University of Manchester, 3 June. Read further details and to find out about registration here.

Prothero Lecture – 6 July

Prothero Lecture – 6 July

On 6 July, Professor Pauline Stafford will give a lecture entitled 'The making of chronicles and the making of England: the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles after Alfred'. The lecture will take place in the Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre at UCL, at 6pm. For more information click here

New Historical Perspectives

New Historical Perspectives

In Spring 2016 the RHS is launching an innovative new series, New Historical Perspectives, which will publish work by Early Career Historians. We are now looking for Editorial Board Members.

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