Teaching History in a Digital Age

Teaching History in a Digital Age

Digital transformations in society and culture have fundamentally changed the historian’s relationship with the past.  So how do we incorporate this into our teaching? In this post for Historical Transactions, Dr Sharon Webb and Dr James Baker, winners of the...
Royal Historical Society Responds to TEF Review

Royal Historical Society Responds to TEF Review

The Royal Historical Society has responded to the government’s independent review of TEF. First introduced by the government in England in 2017, and open to all UK higher education providers, the Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework (TEF) is...
Old Words and New Worlds

Old Words and New Worlds

Dr Aysha Pollnitz, Assistant Professor of History at Rice University, won the Society’s 2016 Whitfield Prize for her book ‘Princely Education in early modern Britain’. Here she discusses how her research has moved on to liberal education in early...