External Events Listings

Festival in Turin, October 1650, by G. Boetto. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, public domain

 

In addition to its own Events programme, the RHS provides listings for a wide range of external events and activities on behalf of the historical community. These external events include conferences, symposia, seminars, and lectures, as well as ‘calls for papers’, and prize deadlines.

  • Browse the full listing below or use the navigation to select external events by category.
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Please note: listing 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.

 

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  Date / time Event
"The Needles of the Friends": The Wesleys and Shorthand 24 May
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
"The Needles of the Friends": The Wesleys and Shorthand
Lincoln College, Oxford
Ukraine: Echoes from History | Serhii Plokhy 24 May
6:30 pm
Ukraine: Echoes from History | Serhii Plokhy
IMW London, London
Approaching the (Family) Archive: Challenges and Reflections 25 May - 31 March
12:00 am
Approaching the (Family) Archive: Challenges and Reflections
The Norman Cohn Lecture 2022 - Peter Geoghegan 25 May
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
The Norman Cohn Lecture 2022 - Peter Geoghegan
Council Room, The British Academy London, London
Beyond Cooking: Global Histories of Food-Making and Gender across the Early Modern World 26 May - 27 May
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Beyond Cooking: Global Histories of Food-Making and Gender across the Early Modern World
Alison Richard Building, University of Cambridge, Cambridge
Thomas Paine: a Prophet in his Own Country? 26 May
9:00 am
Thomas Paine: a Prophet in his Own Country?
Dillington House, Somerset
Women Hiding in Documents: Women’s Lives in 16th Century Patriarchal Society 26 May
7:00 pm
Women Hiding in Documents: Women’s Lives in 16th Century Patriarchal Society
The Northern Network for the Study of the Crusades Fifth Symposium 27 May
12:00 am
The Northern Network for the Study of the Crusades Fifth Symposium
Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham
CfP: Feeling Medieval Conference - deadline 30 September 31 May - 1 June
All day
CfP: Feeling Medieval Conference - deadline 30 September
Unearthing the South Asia Collections 31 May
12:00 am
Unearthing the South Asia Collections
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