Inside the Royal Historical Society Newsletter November 2017

  • Margot Finn’s Presidential Letter
  • The Society’s 150th Anniversary Year programme
  • New To Teaching Workshop for Historians – Peter d’Sena reports on the Society’s teaching workshop for early career historians
  • UK Scholarly Communications Licence – Jane Winters discusses the implications of the new UK Scholarly Communications Licence
  • Supporting Early Career Historians – Grant winners Shensi Yi and David Wilson tell their stories
  • National Archives Summer Lectures ‘ Handguns and History’ – Catherine Fletcher reflects on her lecture on ambassadors and arms dealing in 16th century Italy


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