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Royal Historical Society
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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EIC at Home 9h
Manchester's History Department is proactively engaging with race, ethnicity & equality. Is yours?
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Institute of Historical Research Feb 19
New IHR publication: we're v. pleased to announce 'Suffrage and citizenship in Ireland', by Prof Senia Paseta - the latest in our new IHR Shorts series. Available
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Royal Historical Society 9h
We're in Manchester tomorrow to discuss our recent report on race in UK History, and will be participating in similar events across the country this year to promote change.
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Royal Historical Society Feb 19
Delighted to see our recent report on race in UK History referenced in this announcement.
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Trish Skinner Feb 18
Who continues to inspire you? Time to nominate them!
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Frances Andrews Feb 15
Time to get thinking about great teaching by your colleagues... and nominate them for one of the teaching prizes. See
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(((AndrewWMSmith))) Feb 16
Pleased to get the chance to mention the important Race, Ethnicity and Equality report on this morning. If you haven't had a chance to read it, you can find it here:
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East Midlands Centre for History L & T Feb 18
Great opportunity to highlight the excellent teaching that happens in universities:
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Royal Historical Society Feb 15
Think about colleagues and mentors in UK History whose inspirational supervision or innovative teaching should be nominated for one of our prizes!
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Sandra Freshney Feb 15
Looking forward to visiting for the Gerald Aylmer seminar and next week 🙌🔍📜💿💻👍
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Royal Historical Society Feb 15
If you're working on a set of primary sources that should be more widely accessible, think about proposing a volume to our Camden Series. Learn more on our blog:
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Professor Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones Feb 15
! Less than a WEEK to go before our special public lecture 'Alexander The Great' & his gay identity. Join us Wed 20 Feb
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The National Archives Research Feb 15
Just a week to go until the annual Gerald Aylmer seminar with and , where we’ll debate and the .
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Royal Historical Society Feb 14
Replying to @cambUP_History
As part of our 150th anniversary, a special selection of Camden volumes are currently freely available from , ranging from medieval priests to the building of the East London Mosque:
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Royal Historical Society Feb 14
On our Historical Transactions blog, RHS Literary Director Prof. Andrew Spicer of discusses how to propose a volume to our Camden Series of edited primary sources:
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Mark Pendleton Feb 8
Useful summary from the RHS on the problems associated with the Plan S open access initiative for the future of humanities scholarship
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🌈 Ross Brooks Feb 8
A great moment hearing my name read out as a new Postgraduate Member of at UCL this evening. Terrific lecture by Prof. Simon MacLean on the origins of the medieval castle. 🏰
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Prof Dolly Jørgensen Feb 8
Thorough documentation & research in this review by Royal Historical Society. It comes to same conclusion as other docs I’ve seen - Plan S is bad for history discipline.
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Charles Forsdick Feb 9
Plan S and UK Learned Societies: The View from History Thorough & extremely helpful response from . Has relevance across Arts and Humanities disciplines.
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The Wiener Library Feb 10
The Gerald Aylmer Seminar convened by , & brings together historians and archivists - get tickets now:
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