External Events Listings

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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  Date / time Event
AHRC Network Women's Grassroots Activism in England and Ireland - CONFERENCE 9 May - 10 May
9:00 am - 4:45 pm
AHRC Network Women's Grassroots Activism in England and Ireland - CONFERENCE
Remembering John Smith: His Legacy and Lessons for Labour, 30 Years On - LECTURE 9 May
10:00 am
Remembering John Smith: His Legacy and Lessons for Labour, 30 Years On - LECTURE
Queen Mary University of London, 327 Mile End Road Mile End
Arbitration and Mediation in Nineteenth-Century England - BOOK LAUNCH 9 May
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Arbitration and Mediation in Nineteenth-Century England - BOOK LAUNCH
Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, 17 Russell Square London
Twenty-Second Warwick Symposium on Parish Research: 'Parish Memory' - SYMPOSIUM 11 May
9:30 am - 6:00 pm
Twenty-Second Warwick Symposium on Parish Research: 'Parish Memory' - SYMPOSIUM
University of Warwick & Online, University of Warwick Coventry
Dr Rob Lutton, ‘Wycliffe, Lollardy and Leicester: Origins, Significance, and Legacy’ - LECTURE 14 May
6:00 pm
Dr Rob Lutton, ‘Wycliffe, Lollardy and Leicester: Origins, Significance, and Legacy’ - LECTURE
Clephan 0.01, De Montfort University, Leicester LE1 9BX
EXPLOITED: Histories of Human, Animal, and Environmental Exploitation and its Legacies - CALL FOR PAPERS 15 May
All day
EXPLOITED: Histories of Human, Animal, and Environmental Exploitation and its Legacies - CALL FOR PAPERS
Partitioning for Peace? Cyprus and the violence of bordering 50 years on - CALL FOR PAPERS 15 May
All day
Partitioning for Peace? Cyprus and the violence of bordering 50 years on - CALL FOR PAPERS
Love & War: 1914-2024 - SYMPOSIUM 15 May - 17 May
5:30 pm - 6:15 pm
Love & War: 1914-2024 - SYMPOSIUM
Queen’s University Belfast, Ulster Museum Belfast, University Road Belfast
Researching the History of Witchcraft and Magic - WORKSHOP 16 May
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Researching the History of Witchcraft and Magic - WORKSHOP
London, 1984: Conflict and Change in the Radical City - LECTURE 16 May
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
London, 1984: Conflict and Change in the Radical City - LECTURE
Peston Lecture Theatre, Graduate Centre, Queen Mary University of London, Mile End London
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