The Royal Historical Society runs a varied programme of events throughout the year, including our own programme of prestigious lectures, and twice-yearly symposia hosted by institutions around Britain.
We also host a noticeboard of external events. Submit an event to the noticeboard (scroll down this page for the link) or use the menu to search and browse upcoming events.
The full programme of RHS events for 2019, including lectures, symposiums, and workshops is available here.
Our Next RHS Event: The Prothero Lecture, Friday 5 July 2019 at 6.00 pm.
Dr Sujit Sivasundaram, “Waves Across the South: Monarchs, Travellers and Empire in the Pacific“. Followed by a Reception and the RHS Publication, Fellowship and Teaching Awards.
Venue: Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, UCL. Directions to the Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre are available here. (Please note that there is step-free access to the building, and a lift to the second floor)
On the noticeboard below you will find information about the wide array of historical events taking place in the coming months around the country including conferences, symposia, seminars, and lectures, as well as Calls for Papers. 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.
The Royal Historical Society archive enables you to access videos of our lectures and other Society events.
Would you like to promote your history event on the Royal Historical Society noticeboard? If so please complete our event listing form.
| 6 October - 30 June|
|Historical Association Central London Branch Programme 2018-2019|
| 8 October - 10 June|
| European History Seminar, 1500-1800 |
Past and Present Room, Institute of Historical Research, Malet Street London
| 7 May - 3 July|
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
| 22 May - 25 May|
|What did Women Want? Female Hopes from the New Look to the Three Day Week|
| 24 May|
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
|New Research in Dress History|
| 24 May|
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Epistolary Bodies: Letters and Embodiment in the Eighteenth Century|
| 24 May - 25 May|
11:00 am - 4:45 pm
|Celebrating 30 years of the Canterbury UNESCO World Heritage Site|
| 25 May - 26 May|
|Sacred Kingship in World History: Between Immanence and Transcendence|
| 28 May|
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
|What is a Museum? (And how would we know?)|
| 30 May - 31 May|
|Advertising and Marketing in the Early Modern World (1400-1800)|