Events

The Royal Historical Society runs a varied programme of events throughout the year, including our own prestigious lectures, and twice-yearly symposia hosted by institutions around Britain.

We also host a noticeboard of external events and activities. Submit your notice using the link below or use the menu to search and browse upcoming events.

 

Upcoming RHS Events

 

RHS Symposium at Nottingham Trent University
5 September 2019
Charity, Welfare and Emotions in Early Modern Britain and Ireland
A symposium exploring the relationship between the emotions and experiences of charity and welfare. Recent scholarship on welfare and poor relief has foregrounded the experiences of poor people and those in need of care. At the same time, the history of emotions is an exciting and rapidly expanding field which offers new ways of approaching and conceptualising historical study itself. This Symposium aims to encourage dialogue between the two fields. All welcome to attend; please register by 10 August. More details here.
Next RHS Lecture
20 September 2019
Prof. Penny Roberts (Warwick)
‘Truth and Justice during the French Religious Wars’

 

Event Podcast and Video Archive

The media archive enables you to access podcasts and videos of our lectures and other Society events.

 

External Events

On the noticeboard below you will find information about the wide array of historical events and activities taking place in the coming months around the country including conferences, symposia, seminars, and lectures, as well as Calls for Papers, and deadlines for prizes.

Please note: listing on this noticeboard is not an indication of the Royal Historical Society’s support for an event, and we remind organisers of the recommendations in our 2018 reports on Race, Ethnicity and Equality and Gender Equality: events in the discipline should be diverse and inclusive.

Would you like to promote your history event or activity on the Royal Historical Society noticeboard? If so please complete our listing form below.

Submit your notice here