The Royal Historical Society runs a varied programme of events throughout the year, including our own prestigious lectures, and twice-yearly symposia hosted by history departments around Britain.
Upcoming RHS Events: September to November 2021
Friday 17 September: Aylmer Seminar for Archivists and Historians, 2021
‘New Ways to Work: Future Directions in Archival and Historical Practice’ — virtual conference, in association with The National Archives and Institute of Historical Research.
10.00 – 13.30 BST – Live online via Zoom. Book for this event.
Friday 24 September: RHS Lecture with Dr Jonathan Saha (Durham)
17.30 BST – Live online via Zoom. Book for this event.
Tuesday 2 November: RHS Lecture with Professor Ludmilla Jordanova (Durham)
The 2021 Colin Matthew Memorial Lecture for the Public Understanding of History, in co-operation with Gresham College
18:00 BST – At Museum of London. Book for this event.
Videos of the Society’s annual Colin Matthew Lecture for the Public Understanding of History (2004-19) are also available via Gresham College. Recent speakers include David Olosuga, Amanda Vickery and Justin Champion.
Other Recent RHS Events: May to July 2021
These and previous RHS Lectures and events are available to watch or listen to again via the RHS Video and Podcast Archive.
'Getting Published' ECR workshop21 July: ‘Getting Published: a guide to first articles and journal publishing’ — editors and first-time authors offer advice, from submission to Open Access. First in a new series of RHS training workshops.
RHS Prothero Lecture, with Robert Frost2 July: ‘The Roads Not Taken: Liberty, Sovereignty and the Idea of the Republic in Poland-Lithuania and the British Isles, 1550–1660’ — Robert Frost’s comparative survey of early modern Renaissance ideals.