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1 October 2019. Colin Matthew Lecture for Public Understanding of History: David Olusoga OBE, "Human Traffic: Race and Post-War Migration Policy". Book tickets here.
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Interim Working Paper – History Journals and Plan S
Prothero Lecture Podcast Available Now
RHS Awards 2019, New Fellows and Members
Launch of the RHS LGBT+ Survey 2019 Today
Update from the LGBT+ Working Group
New Funding to support BME Histories