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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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Royal Historical Society 5h
All responses (>600) to the draft implementation guidance of now available . To find a particular individual response, download excel spreadsheet at end of list and search column M.
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Matthew McCormack 7h
My new book is out today, in all* good bookshops! To mark this, I've written a blog for about the experience of writing a history textbook. * Not all
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HistoryofParliament Jun 15
Calling all history depts! 📢 Our undergrad dissertation competition is now open! 🏆Prize is £250🏆 We accept one entry per dept. on essays related to British and Irish parliamentary or political history. For more information on how to enter see:
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Royal Historical Society 8h
Thanks for letting us know - hope you had productive conversations!
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DMU History 10h
We had a really interesting and productive subject yesterday at , discussing all things teaching (inc. exciting curriculum developments at BA and MA level), research (esp. our ongoing prep for ) and subject-related (inc. the )
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Royal Historical Society 10h
On the RHS blog today: "Writing a History textbook: Seven Things I've Learnt" by Matthew McCormack . Citizenship and Gender in Britain, 1688-1928 is out now with .
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Royal Historical Society Jun 19
"All of us can find our story in the history of migration". Yesterday, MP led a Westminster Hall debate on "Teaching Migration in the History Curriculum", drawing on our work and that of . Catch up with the full debate in the link below:
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Royal Historical Society Jun 19
JOIN US ON FRI 5 JULY FOR THE 2019 PROTHERO LECTURE. "Waves Across the South: Monarchs, Travellers & Empire in the Pacific" by Dr Sujit Sivasundaram . A Drinks Reception and 2019 RHS Publication, Fellowship & Teaching Awards will follow!
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Robert Kiley Jun 19
After a slight delay - for which we apologise - I’m pleased to report that all the responses to the consultation are now online at Zenodo. These can be accessed at:
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Royal Historical Society Jun 18
Hello ! We would be very interested to hear your thoughts on this 👇
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Dr Hannah Elias Jun 18
In Westminster Hall has given a brilliant speech - ‘we need our definition of British based on our understanding of history to be inclusive.’ Cites contribution of Race Report and research and education projects. Debate continues...
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Royal Historical Society Jun 18
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Royal Historical Society Jun 18
"Teaching Migration in the History Curriculum" is the topic of a Westminster Hall debate today. Thank you to for leading, and we're delighted to see parliamentary recognition for our work, & that of the .
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Royal Historical Society Jun 18
The runs several volunteering projects for online, onsite and remote collaboration, including: ⚓️Royal Navy First World War Lives at Sea project with 🚂 Railway Company Accident Registers Project More on how to contribute:
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Institute of Historical Research Jun 18
Our Centre for the History of People, Place & Community is now on Twitter! Follow to receive the latest news and updates from the Centre, which includes and .
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Institute of Historical Research Jun 18
Join us for 'Truth, lies and history', 4.45pm Tues 25 June Prof Jo Fox and others discuss being a historian in an age of fake news. All welcome. Closing event of with
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Royal Historical Society Jun 17
If you are in London tomorrow, and interested in how migration can be better included in the History curriculum, please do consider attending this Westminster Hall Debate in Parliament!
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UK House of Commons Jun 14
On Tuesday, is leading a debate on teaching in the history curriculum. She wants students, teachers and anyone with experience to inform her debate, particularly those from a background. Quick survey: Deadline: Monday 12pm
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The National Archives Sector Jun 17
There are just two workshops left - Lincoln and Birmingham - to discover new ways to develop relationships and collaborative projects between and . Book now:
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