2022 Events Programme

RHS Events Programme for 2022 now available

13 December 2021

The Society’s 2022 listing of lectures, training workshops and symposia is now available.

The year begins with lectures on the Greek Revolution and diplomatic history (19 January) and early medieval monastic hagiography (4 February), plus a panel discussion on fleeing slavery in Restoration London (18 February). Our next Training Workshop for Early Career Historians (8 March) will consider employment in higher education.

Further events will be added to the programme as the year progresses, and updates available via RHS Twitter.

Booking now available

Booking is now open for the first three events of the year:

Wednesday 19 January 2022

RHS International Lecture, with Professor Mark Mazower (Columbia)
‘An Eastern Question and its History: Writing about the Greek War of Independence’
17.00 GMT – Live online via Zoom. Book for this lecture via Eventbrite.

Friday 4 February 2022

RHS Lecture, with Professor Andrew Jotischky (Royal Holloway, University of London)
Monks and the Muslim enemy: Conversion, polemic and resistance in monastic hagiography in the age of the Crusades, c.1000-1250
18.00 GMT – Live online via Zoom. Booking for this event via Eventbrite.

Friday 18 February 2022

Book Launch and Seminar, ‘Freedom Seekers. Escaping from Slavery in Restoration London’
With Professor Simon P. Newman (Wisconsin-Madison), Professor Corinne Fowler (Leicester), and Professor Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina (Massachusetts)
18.00 GMT – Live online via Zoom. Booking for this event via Eventbrite.


Recordings of 2021 events also available

A full set of this year’s lectures and workshops is now available, including videos of the Society’s most recent events: ‘Writing about Life Writing in Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century Britain’ (26 November) and ‘Creating Public History: a Guide to Co-Production and Public Engagement’ (7 December).