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Reflections on the Martin Lynn Scholarship

Reflections on the Martin Lynn Scholarship

In the academic year 2017-18, Brooks Marmon received the Society’s Martin Lynn Scholarship to support  his doctoral research on the impact of African decolonisation on the politics of Southern Rhodesia (colonial Zimbabwe) in the 1950s and 60s. Here, Brook reflects on...

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2020 RHS Award Winners

2020 RHS Award Winners

In a virtual ceremony which went live this afternoon, the Royal Historical Society has announced its Publication, Teaching and Fellowship Awards for 2020. The ceremony also included its joint awards with the Institute of Historical Research, and the IHR Prizes....

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RHS Book Prizes 2020 – Nominee Author Videos

RHS Book Prizes 2020 – Nominee Author Videos

Welcome to the RHS Book Prizes 2020!   Ahead of the full Virtual RHS Publication, Fellowship and Teaching Awards for 2020, which will be presented later today, Wednesday 22 July, at 16.30 BST, we are delighted to present all twelve of the shortlisted authors for...

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Curriculum Conference Report

Curriculum Conference Report

From 23-30 April 2020, the RHS hosted its first Virtual Curriculum conference. The event had originally been designed as a one-day workshop to be held in the RHS offices on 23 April. Instead, registered participants were invited to read, watch and listen to a range of...

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Professor Sarah Hamilton – A Virtual Lecture and Q&A

Professor Sarah Hamilton – A Virtual Lecture and Q&A

"Responding to Violence: Liturgy, Authority and Sacred Places c.900-c.1100"   Professor Sarah Hamilton was due to give her lecture in the Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre at UCL, London on Friday 1 May.  As COVID-19 made this impossible, she agreed to deliver her...

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