Surviving the PhD Process as a Self-Funded Student

Surviving the PhD Process as a Self-Funded Student

In this post, Dr Eilish Gregory, Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Royal Historical Society and an early career researcher, offers an account of her own personal experience of studying her PhD as a self-funded student. While there were many scholarly and personal...

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Funding and Fellowship Opportunities in Historical Studies

Funding and Fellowship Opportunities in Historical Studies

There are many funding opportunities for history researchers to apply for in the UK and internationally, including research and travel grants, and library fellowships. Funding grants and fellowship opportunities are advertised across the year, although some have...

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Teaching with BME Students

Teaching with BME Students

The cohort of students who study History at SOAS is one of the most diverse in the UK but the findings of the RHS’s Race and Equality Report have been highly pertinent to departmental discussions about inclusive pedagogy. Dr Eleanor Newbigin, Senior Lecturer in the...

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Teaching Black and South Asian British Histories

Teaching Black and South Asian British Histories

In the current political juncture, we are witnessing wide-ranging calls to decolonise the curriculum. Many are now campaigning to ensure that history teaching within the UK incorporates histories of British imperialism and, more specifically, Black British History....

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Supervising PhD Students: A Collaborative Approach

Supervising PhD Students: A Collaborative Approach

In July 2018, Professor Julie Anderson, Professor of Modern History at the University of Kent, was the first winner of the Royal Historical Society’s Jinty Nelson Award for Inspirational Teaching and Supervision in History. Here she provides an account of her...

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Teaching World History

Teaching World History

What does world history look like if you approach it through a BA History programme focused on the histories of Asia, Africa and the Middle East? What are the challenges of introducing such an approach to students who have, up until they join the programme, largely...

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Working in Archives

Working in Archives

In this post, Dr Mary Morrissey, Associate Professor in Early Modern English Literature at the University of Reading, offers advice to those who are beginning to work with historical archives. She explains how to locate archival information, understanding how archival...

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