The Society’s 2023 listing for its first lectures, conferences and panels is now available. The year begins with lectures on early modern London (Thursday 12 January) and late Tsarist Russia (Wednesday 1 February).
On 29 March we launch our new-look day conference — History and Archives in Practice — co-organised with The National Archives and Institute of Historical Research. The 2023 event brings together historians and archivists to consider ‘Collecting Communities: Working Together and with Collections’. The programme and booking for #HAP2023 will be released from mid-January.
Details of further events — in the form of book launches, panels and training workshops, and including topics such as the historiography of colonial slavery, digital history and scholarly editing and editions for historians — will be added in the coming weeks.
Booking now available for first lectures in 2023
5.30pm, Thursday 12 January 2023
RHS Sponsored Lecture at Roehampton University: ‘Plague and Poverty in Early Modern London’ with Vanessa Harding (Birkbeck, University of London)
5.00pm, Wednesday 1 February 2023
RHS Lecture: ‘Waiting to die? Life for elderly people in late Imperial Russian villages’, with Sarah Badcock (University of Nottingham)
University College London, and live-streamed.
2022 events are available to watch again
A full set of this year’s lectures, panels and workshops is now available, including videos of the Society’s most recent events:
‘Futures for the History Journal: Reflections and Projections’ (6 December 2022), in which historians, editors and publishers consider the value and future of journals for historical communication.
‘New Histories of Neo-Liberalism’ (13 October 2022): an international panel exploring recent work on 20th and 21st-century politics and economics in Europe, North America and North Africa.
2022 Public History Lecture, ‘Partition of British India: 75 Years On’, with the BBC journalist and broadcaster, Kavita Puri (2 November 2022) and co-hosted with Gresham College.
Other videos / events of 2022 include lectures, book panels and training workshops