The Royal Historical Society is holding its annual symposium for the first time in Oxford, on the subject of ‘The future of history: Going global in the University’, with a dinner to be held at Trinity.
The two-day event at the Ashmolean and the Weston Library features discussion of current work in the discipline from leading Oxford historians, alongside colleagues from the UK, US, Germany, the Netherlands, and Australia. The symposium’s dinner, and a meeting of the Society’s Council members with Oxford historians will be hosted at Trinity.
The Royal Historical Society is celebrating its 150th anniversary in 2018. Trinity’s two full-time history tutors, Bryan Ward-Perkins and James McDougall, are both Fellows of the Society.
Posted: 19 June 2018