The Royal Historical Society Working Group on LGBT+ histories and historians has launched its survey of the profession. Continue reading RHS Launches its LGBT+ Survey 2019
The RHS values the diversity of the historical community in all its forms and over the past several years has invested serious resources in projects that promote equality and inclusion. We believe that valuing diversity means listening to the voices, … Continue reading An Update from the RHS LGBT+ Working Group
In response to updated guidance from cOAlition S on Plan S, we provide History researchers, editors and learned societies with essential information on the revised criteria. Continue reading “RHS Responds to Plan S Revised Guidance”
Updated Guidance on Submissions and Panel Working Criteria for REF2021.
The UK’s four higher education (HE) funding bodies responsible for delivering the next Research Excellence Framework (REF2021) published their Final Guidance on Submissions and Panel Working Criteria on 31 January 2019. This was accompanied by a document offering institutions guidance on drafting their Codes of Practice. Continue reading “REF2021 Update – April 2019”
In the middle of February 2019, as many historians were marking LGBT+ History month, a small team of historians under the aegis of the Royal Historical Society started work on a new investigation, focussing on the experience of LGBT+ historians and on the teaching of LGBT+ histories in UK universities. Continue reading “LGBT+ and History in the UK”
The Royal Historical Society has responded to the government’s independent review of TEF. Continue reading “Royal Historical Society Responds to TEF Review”
Jo Ann Hoeppner Moran Cruz describes the extraordinary insights into an Elizabethan family provided in her new volume in our Camden Series of edited primary sources, and how she has used its material in undergraduate teaching and for training graduate students. Continue reading “New Camden Volume on Elizabethan Family”