At 17.00 BST on Friday 23 July we’ll be announcing the winners of the 2021 RHS Awards for Research, Publishing and Teaching in History — together with the annual prizes for early career historians awarded by the Institute of Historical Research (IHR), University of London.
At the same time, we’ll also announce the recipients of the joint RHS / IHR Centenary and Marshall Fellowships, 2021-22 for doctoral research in History.
17.00 BST: we’ll release a pre-recorded Awards Ceremony, on video, via Twitter and the RHS website — with your host Dr Andrew Smith: @RoyalHistSoc
17.30 BST: we’ll publish a blog, here on ‘Historical Transactions’, with full details of 2021 winners and runners-up, recognised this year by the RHS and IHR.
The annual RHS Awards are an opportunity for the Society, and wider historical community, to recognise and celebrate just some of the recent achievements and hard work of historians in research, writing and teaching in the UK in 2020-21.
Below you’ll find details of each of the award categories for 2021: click on the tiles to learn more about the individual awards and fellowships.
We look forward, along with colleagues at the IHR, to announcing this year’s winners at 17.00 BST on Friday 23 July (@RoyalHistSoc).
Videos from the authors shortlisted for the 2021 Gladstone and Whitfield book prizes remain available. Short, concise introductions to the books on this year’s shortlists: click on the tiles below.
Final winners announced on Friday 23 July.