RHS Podcast & Video Archive

‘Working with History outside Higher Education: a Guide to Professions beyond Academia’

RHS online workshop for Early Career Historians, 14 July 2022

 

 

The fourth in a new RHS series of training workshops for early career historians.

The focus of this latest event (held on 14 July 2022) was ‘Working with History outside Higher Education: a Guide to Professions beyond Academia’: with our panellists, Dr Tracy Borman (Chief Curator, Historic Royal Palaces), Emily Gee (Director, South-East, Historic England), Dr Hannah Ishmael (Collections and Research Manager, Black Cultural Archives), Dr Kate Wiles (Senior Editor, History Today), and Professor Emma Griffin (UEA and RHS President), chair.

 

 

RHS Prothero Lecture, 2022

The Gaiety Girl and the Matinee Idol

Constructing Celebrity and Sexuality in the West End of London, 1880-1914

 

 

Professor Rohan McWilliam

(Anglia Ruskin University)

 

RHS Prothero Lecture, 6 July 2022

delivered at University College London and online

 

Full Details and Abstract

 

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Applying and Interviewing for your First History Lectureship

RHS online workshop for Early Career Historians, 8 March 2022

 

 

The third in a new RHS series of training workshops for early career historians.

The focus of this latest event (held on 8 March 2022) was ‘Applying and Interviewing for your First History Lectureship’: with our panellists, Professor Elaine Chalus (Liverpool), Professor Julian Wright (Northumbria), Dr Matthew Johnson (Durham) and Professor Emma Griffin (UEA and RHS President), chair.

 

 

Creating Public History: a Guide to Co-production and Community Engagement

RHS online workshop for Early Career Historians, 7 December 2021

 

 

The next in a new RHS series of training workshops for early career historians.

The focus of this latest event (held on 7 December 2021) was ‘Creating Public History’: with our panellists, Professor Catherine Clarke, Dr Sara Huws and Amy Todd: three specialists in the co-production and community engagement in history.