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Working for history and historians since 1868, the Royal Historical Society is the foremost society in the UK promoting the scholarly study of the past.
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Sarah Kenny Dec 14
Folks, this is your one day warning! Abstracts for Rethinking Disruptive Sex are due tomorrow. Thanks to generous support from the we'll be able to provide a number of small travel bursaries for PGR and precarious academics.
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Glen O'Hara Dec 12
Very pleased to have been elected a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. I am very grateful to for this honour.
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Laura Beers Nov 12
"The effects of overwork and an unhealthy working culture were exacerbated by a lack of support for caring responsibilities, which are still more likely to affect women." Everyone should read the RHS's 2nd report on Gender Equality in UK History: . 1/2
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Andrew Mumford Dec 12
Am delighted to have been elected a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. Many thanks for the honour.
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Prof Deborah Sugg Ryan Dec 11
10 years ago I was having cancer treatment & thought my academic career was over. This year has been extraordinary: professorial inaugural, Ideal Homes published & nominated for Medallion, A House Through Time & now elected Fellow of Thank you 2018!
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Royal Historical Society Dec 12
If you'd like to be part of our work for History and historians, the Society is seeking a new Honorary Treasurer in 2019. Full details of the post are available here:
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Runnymede Trust Dec 7
. has now uploaded a podcast of our event, 'Where do we fit in? Black and Asian British History on the Curriculum.' Hear teachers, poets, & writers reflect:
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Royal Historical Society Dec 12
Fascinating blog post from our Gladstone Prize winner Matthew Champion of :
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Dr Aimée Fox Dec 11
Absolutely over the moon to receive the news that I've been elected as a Fellow of . Last week, I became a Fellow of the . What a great few weeks!
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SocialHistorySociety Dec 11
Please excuse the shameless self RT for our 2019 annual conference. But there's just over three weeks left on the CFP! Help us spread the word
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BirkbeckHCA Dec 11
Gladstone Rings a Bell: Dr Matthew Champion—Lecturer in Medieval History—reflects on time and bells after hearing that he had won the prestigious Gladstone Prize for his recent first book.
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Royal Historical Society Dec 10
Catch up with last week's discussions of our recent report on race and ethnicity in UK History and how to integrate Black and Asian History into the curriculum:
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Books & Manuscripts in Wales Nov 30
We're extremely grateful to for making us an award of funds to support our conference, allowing us to offer our postgraduate and ECR speakers financial help. Thank you!
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Queen's Staff Dec 6
Good luck to Professor Chris Marsh who begins his Council duties this month. 🙂 Read more on Professor Marsh's appointment here: ➡️
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Maurice Casey Dec 7
Historians, activists and activist-historians! Check out the CfP for our conference in July 2019: Activist Histories of Ireland. Organised by myself and , with support from , +
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Ben Schneider Dec 7
Funding will be available to support graduate student presenters thanks to the generosity of and
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Charlie Taverner Dec 7
Time, bells and writing 'full' histories
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Liesbeth Corens Dec 8
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Zehra Miah Dec 8
Great way to end today at the discussion on widening access. Thanks to & for convening
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Nadine White Dec 8
Replying to @RoyalHistSoc
Olivette was very frank about the structural inequality across UK academia and her experiences of dealing with it. "The situation is dire – racism is there, live and kicking,” she said, in reference to report findings.
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