The latest volume of the Society’s Transactions (Volume 31, Sixth Series) for 2021 is now available, in print and online from Cambridge University Press.
The 2021 volume includes:
- Shahmima Akhtar on revisiting race, ethnicity & equality;
- Andrew Arsan on an Ottoman Arab man of letters;
- Linda Colley, on printing written constitutions;
- Simon Ditchfield’s ‘Baroque around the Clock …. Uses of Global History’;
- Sarah Hamilton on medieval sacred spaces; and
- Margot Finn’s concluding RHS Presidential lecture on material turns, country houses and cancel cultures.
RHS Fellows and Members will receive their print copy of Transactions, volume 31, by post in late November / early December. You can also read more about future developments for Transactions (including new Editors and an international editorial board) in the November 2021 Newsletter (see below).
A reminder too that Transactions is now open to submissions from all historians. If you are currently working on an article, please consider Transactions as one of the journals in which to publish your research.
The Society’s latest Newsletter is also now available online and in print.
Articles highlight recent advocacy work in support of historians; a new phase for the journal, Transactions; training initiatives for early career historians of colour; the work of the Society’s doctoral fellows, 2021-22; and a new catalogue for the RHS archive.
The Newsletter is available to browse online or download as a pdf.
Fellows and Members in the UK and Republic of Ireland will receive a print copy of the Newsletter by post in late November / early December. Fellows and Members overseas are welcome to request a print copy of the Newsletter which will then be posted to you. To receive this, please email email@example.com and mark your email: ‘Newsletter’.