Why do we study the past? One reason is to understand the present, and how the things we think of as ‘normal’ developed out of
Are History journals ready for Plan S? What are the implications for historians of cOAlition S’s mandate that all research they fund be published according to Plan S open access requirements?
It’s been a busy few months at the RHS. As we put the summer behind us, here is an update on the projects that we
Tom Hulme is author of After the Shock City: Urban Culture and the Making of Modern Citizenship, available now in the RHS Studies on History Series with Boydell and Brewer. In this post for the Historical Transactions blog, he considers how the threads from that project continue to weave through two very different new historical ventures.
The Royal Historical Society is pleased to announce the publication of British Envoys to the Kaiserreich, 1871–1897, Volume 56 in the Camden Fifth Series, edited
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