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.

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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
CMRC Study Day: Identity, Culture and Language in the Pre-Modern World (c. 500-1700): Interactions and Exchanges 31 May
9:40 am - 7:30 pm
CMRC Study Day: Identity, Culture and Language in the Pre-Modern World (c. 500-1700): Interactions and Exchanges
Avenue Campus (Lecture Theatre C), Southampton Hampshire
CMRC Reuter Lecture: Christian-Jewish Relations in the Middle Ages 31 May
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
CMRC Reuter Lecture: Christian-Jewish Relations in the Middle Ages
Lecture Theatre C, Avenue Campus, Southampton
A Series of Talks with Dan Cruickshank, Historian and Author of Built in Chelsea 31 May - 5 July
6:30 pm
A Series of Talks with Dan Cruickshank, Historian and Author of Built in Chelsea
The Suprise Pub, Chelsea London
Common Place: University of Exeter Art History & Visual Culture PGR Conference 1 June
All day
Common Place: University of Exeter Art History & Visual Culture PGR Conference
The BBC at 100 Symposium 1 June
11:59 pm
The BBC at 100 Symposium
National Science and Media Museum (and online), Bradford
Indigenous Relationality in Digital Spaces 2 June
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Indigenous Relationality in Digital Spaces
"Oxford Jackson" before Oxford: The 1860s Restoration of St Mary, Binsted 4 June
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
"Oxford Jackson" before Oxford: The 1860s Restoration of St Mary, Binsted
St Mary’s Church, Binsted West Sussex
Wales and the World: Cynefin, Colonialism and Global Interconnections 6 June - 7 June
All day
Wales and the World: Cynefin, Colonialism and Global Interconnections
How to Study the Past in a Digital Age 7 June
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
How to Study the Past in a Digital Age
Norwich Castle, Town Close Auditorium, Norwich
Dockyards as Nodes of Naval Architecture, Maritime Traditions and Cultural Heritage 9 June - 11 June
9:15 am - 2:30 pm
Dockyards as Nodes of Naval Architecture, Maritime Traditions and Cultural Heritage
National Museum of the Royal Navy Portsmouth, Portsmouth Hampshire
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