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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...
Public History Prize

Public History Prize

In January at the Mary Ward Centre in London, we presented the awards for the 2018 Public History Prize. There were wonderful entries in all categories, displaying the diversity and creativity of historians across the country engaging with public audiences. Ahead of...
Encouraging Historians

Encouraging Historians

As our 150th anniversary year begins, Jane Winters reflects on her first encounter with the Royal Historical Society, and the importance of engaging and encouraging everyone who has an interest in history. In the early autumn of 1988, just as I was about to set off...