The Royal Historical Society runs a varied programme of events, including lectures and symposia hosted by history departments around the UK. The Society also hosts a series of Training Workshops, offering specialist guides for Early Career Historians, as well as occasional sessions reflecting new research.
Forthcoming RHS Events: July 2022
Wednesday 6 July 2022
RHS Prothero Lecture: ‘The Gaiety Girl and the Matinee Idol: Constructing Celebrity and Sexuality in the West End of London, 1880-1914′
With Professor Rohan McWilliam (Anglia Ruskin University)
17.00 BST – Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, University College London. To be followed, from 6.30pm, by the Society’s Summer Party. Book for this lecture via Eventbrite
Thursday 14 July 2022
ECR Training Workshop: ‘Working with History outside Higher Education: a Guide to Professions beyond Academia’
With Dr Tracy Borman (Historic Royal Palaces), Emily Gee (Historic England), Dr Ayshah Johnston (Black Cultural Archives), Dr Kate Wiles (History Today) and Professor Emma Griffin (RHS, chair)
14.00 BST – Live online via Zoom. Book for this event via Eventbrite
Recent RHS Events: February to May 2022
These and previous RHS Lectures and events are available to watch or listen to again via the RHS Video and Podcast Archive.
RHS Lecture, with Toby Green6 May 2022: ‘The History lecture: Past, Present and Future’ — Toby Green considers the use of, and historical change in, a long-serving teaching format.
Applying for a History Lectureship: workshop8 March 2022: Our latest ECR Training Workshop provides guidance on applying and interviewing for a first History Lectureship.