Inside the RHS Newsletter May 2017

  • Margot Finn’s Presidential Letter
  • Public History Prize 2018 – Alix Green announces new awards in the Public History Prize in collaboration with the Historical Association
  • Supporting Early Career Historians – grant winners Callie Wilkinson and Alys Beverton tell their stories
  • Focus on: Education – Marcus Collins explains the work of the East Midlands Centre for History Teaching and Learning, and looks at the future of teaching in UK Higher Education
  • Politicians’ Histories: the History of Parliament Oral History Project – Paul Seaward
  • The Stern Report: the Future of REF – Mary VIncent explains the Society’s work responding to the report


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