The Letters of Paul de Foix: French Ambassador at the Court of Elizabeth I, 1562–1566 (2019) is a continuation of David Potter’s previous volume, A Knight of Malta at the Court of Elizabeth I, (Camden 5th series, vol.45) published in 2014. Here he describes the thrill of the archival chase the led to this publication.
The Royal Historical Society launches its new Early Career Membership category today. Katherine Foxhall, RHS Research and Communications Officer, and Imogen Evans, Administrative Secretary, share
Empires are defined by movement—whether of goods, ideas or peoples. Bringing sugar to the metropolitan plate has a long and complicated history, involving labour migration
With 2019 well behind us, what are some of the Royal Historical Society’s main priorities for 2020?
The Royal Historical Society will formally announce the appointment of our new President-Elect at its AGM this evening. We asked Emma Griffin, Professor of Modern
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