Meet the RHS Council – Professor Simon MacLean

Meet the RHS Council – Professor Simon MacLean

In the third in a short series of blog posts, we asked some of the new RHS councillors and office holders to introduce themselves. Professor Simon McLean is a Professor of History at the University of St Andrews. His research focuses on the Carolingian Empire and its...

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RHS Transactions Journal – A New Approach to Submissions

RHS Transactions Journal – A New Approach to Submissions

For more than a century, the papers read at the Royal Historical Society’s London meetings have been published in the Transactions of the Royal Historical Society. RHS Literary Director, Professor Andrew Spicer, introduces a new approach and new submission process to...

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Meet the RHS President – Professor Emma Griffin

Meet the RHS President – Professor Emma Griffin

On 27 November 2020, Professor Emma Griffin formally began her term as the new President of the Royal Historical Society. Here, Emma reflects on taking up this position in a period of great uncertainty for the historical profession. It was just over thirteen months...

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Meet the RHS Council – Rebekah Lee

Meet the RHS Council – Rebekah Lee

For a new blog series to start 2021, we asked some of the new RHS councillors and office holders to introduce themselves... Dr Rebekah Lee is a Senior Lecturer at the History Department, Goldsmiths, University of London. Her research interests concern the social and...

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Meet the RHS Council – Emily Robinson

Meet the RHS Council – Emily Robinson

For a short series of blog posts to start 2021, we asked some of the new RHS councillors and office holders to introduce themselves. Dr Emily Robinson is Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of Sussex and a historian of modern Britain. She was elected to the...

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Smiling in the Age of Coronavirus

Smiling in the Age of Coronavirus

Colin Jones, author of The Smile Revolution in eighteenth-century Paris (Oxford University Press, 2014) and former President of the Royal Historical Society considers the long history of smiling, and asks what the future might hold for this most expressive of gestures...

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Making sense of your research

Making sense of your research

In this post, Dr Andrew Foster offers guidance to PhD research students about how to make sense of their research during the PhD process. His guidance offers to encourage students through the highs and lows of research, and poses a series of questions to support...

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Ethics in the Classroom Setting

Ethics in the Classroom Setting

History is about opinion, judgement and (often) getting beyond monolithic assumptions about ‘right’ or ‘wrong’.  At the same time, the classroom should be a safe and ethical place for the exchange of views and a space that is marked by respect, sensitivity and...

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