May is National Walking Month. In this piece, Clare Hickman and Glen O’ Hara reflect on their new collaborative project which has emerged from personal as well as academic
On May 1, 2019, Prince Naruhito (b. 1960) becomes the emperor of Japan following the abdication of his father, emperor Akihito (b. 1933), after a thirty-year
In 2018, as part of the commemoration of the Royal Historical Society’s 150th Anniversary, we established Historical Transactions, an open-access online blog. The aim was
We recently announced the winners of the 2018 Public History Prizes.
Prof. Richard Bruce Parkinson reflects on celebrating ‘a great unrecorded history’.
We recently visited Queen’s University Belfast to co-host a symposium on “Teaching & Researching Controversial History”. Ahead of our Public History Prize awards later this