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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08 Jun

Corruption, Public Service and the ‘Common Good’ in Western Europe in 19th Century

8 June    
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
International Conference | 8-9 June 2023 | 9.30am – 5pm | University of Stirling, Cottrell Building, Room 2V1, Stirlingshire FK9 4LA Register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/corruption-public-service-and-the-common-good-in-western-europe-in-19th-tickets-557725651437 Programme [...]
08 Jun

Corruption, the Public Service Ethos and the Common Good in Western Europe in the Nineteenth Century

8 June - 9 June    
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Keynote Speakers: Dr Ronald Kroeze, Nijmegen University, co-author of A History of Dutch Corruption and Public Morality (1648-1940) (2020), co-editor of Anti-Corruption in History: From [...]
08 Jun

Ecclesiastical History Colloquium

8 June    
11:00 am - 5:30 pm
The Ecclesiastical History Colloquium is an annual event hosted by the Oxford Centre for Methodism and Church History, Oxford Brookes University, with an aim of [...]
08 Jun

Science, Gender and Sociability in a Northern City c. 1775-1820

8 June - 10 June    
11:00 am - 2:30 pm
This is a preliminary announcement to alert you, your students and department to the upcoming conference, ‘Science, Gender and Sociability in a Northern City c. [...]
10 Jun

Benjamin Disraeli (1804-1881): His Lives and Afterlives. Celebrating the 220th Anniversary of the Birth of a Victorian Iconoclast

10 June    
12:00 am
The conference will take place in Paris, France Thursday 25 & Friday 26 January 2024. Call for Papers, deadline - 10 June 2023 The Société [...]
15 Jun

Lords and Masters : Domination in Medieval Normandy (11th-15th Centuries)

15 June    
12:00 am
  Call for Papers, deadline - 15 June 2023  Summary Taking inspiration from Robert Fossier’s important questions on who dominated the territory and inhabitants (la [...]
Comparative Empire: Conflict, Competition, and Cooperation, 1750-1914

Comparative Empire: Conflict, Competition, and Cooperation, 1750-1914

19 June - 22 June    
12:00 am
  Call for Papers, deadline - 25 July 2022 By the time the First World War erupted in 1914, most inhabitants of the globe resided [...]
19 Jun

The Windrush Scandal in a Transnational and Commonwealth Context

https://www.history.ac.uk/events/windrush-scandal-a-transnational-and-commonwealth-context June 2023 marks the 75th anniversary of the arrival of HMT Empire Windrush at Tilbury Docks, bringing with it over 500 passengers from the [...]
20 Jun

Shipwreck and the Sea in Early Modern Art and Culture: New Horizons and Watery Graves

20 June    
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
  The Stories of the Gloucester: Norfolk's Mary Rose The discovery of the Gloucester warship off the coast of Great Yarmouth, wrecked while carrying a [...]
27 Jun

Family Archives and their Afterlives, 1400-present

27 June - 28 June    
9:30 am - 4:30 pm
  From the muniments rooms of country estates to boxes of papers under the bed: our homes are sites of intergenerational curation. We act as [...]
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