Event News

  • History and Geography Conference

    21st March 2016

    Date: COURSE POSTPONED (TBC) Venue: The Royal Geographical Society, Kensington, London. We are delighted to partner SSAT and the Royal Geographical Association on our 4th annual CPD event for secondary history and geography teachers, bringing together experts in History and Geography education at this one day event. This year's conference...

    Click to view
  • Ealing Branch: French Weekend

    21st February 2016

    Thursday 26 to Sunday 29 May 2016. The Ealing Branch will be visiting three royal chateaux in Northern France at Chantilly, Compiegne and Pierrefonds. Travel is by private coach throughout, leaving from Ealing Broadway at 08.15 on Thursday 26 May, crossing the Channel on the 11.10 ferry from Dover to...

    Click to view
  • The Forgotten Invasion of England 1216

    5th February 2016

    Central London Branch Lecture featuring Dr Sean McGlynn MA, PhD, FRHistS. Saturday 12th March 2016 150 years after the Norman Conquest, history came within a hair's breadth of repeating itself. In 1216, taking advantage of the turmoil created in England by King John's inept rule, Prince Louis of France invaded...

    Click to view
  • HA History Forums

    2nd February 2016

    HA and Hodder Education unite to keep cost of forums low for History Teachers. The HA and Hodder Education have collaborated through a sponsorship programme to keep the cost of history CPD low for History Teachers. Through an 18 month deal Hodder Education will sponsor the HA's regional history forums....

    Click to view
  • London History Forum

    29th January 2016

    In Partnership with the London Transport Museum Monday April 18 4pm-8pm London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Piazza, London WC2E 7BB To study history means submitting to chaos and nevertheless retaining faith in order and meaning. It is a very serious task, ...and possibly a tragic one - Hermann Hesse Accessing...

    Click to view
  • David Cesarani Holocaust Memorial Lecture

    19th January 2016

    The Royal Holloway Annual Holocaust Lecture has been renamed the David Cesarani Memorial Lecture in honour of our recetly-deceased colleague, Professor David Cesarani. David was this country's leading historian of the Holocaust as well as the greatest public advocate of the significance of the Holocaust. The author of many books,...

    Click to view
  • Dr Tracy Borman on Thomas Cromwell

    13th January 2016

    Monday 15 February 2016. The Robert Hardy Building - Bishop Grosseteste University, Lincoln. Lecture will begin at 6pm with light refreshments offered from 5.30pm. Book signing will take place at 7pm.Thomas Cromwell is known to millions as the leading character in Hilary Mantel's bestselling Wolf Hall and Bring Up the...

    Click to view
  • Northern History Forum on Tour

    11th January 2016

    Keeping for Posterity:  How can we use archives in the classroom to shed light on the past? March 16 2016 - M&S Company Archive, Michael Marks Building, University of Leeds. Much of what we know about the past comes from variousmeticulously kept archives. Join us at the M&S Company Archive...

    Click to view
  • Ancient Egypt KS2 CPD

    6th January 2016

    CPD: Supporting effective geography and history learning The Historical Association in partnership with the Geographical Association Investigating Ancient and Modern Egypt and the River Nile at KS2 Manchester: Tuesday 14 June London: Tuesday 21 June Book a place on this course - Manchester Book a place on this course - London...

    Click to view
  • South West History Forum

    6th January 2016

    In partnership with the University of Exeter. Wednesday 13th April 2016 - 4.30-8pm University of Exeter, St. Luke's Campus. £10 concession £20 HA Member £30 Non-member Rising to the Challenge 'The historian ought to be the humblest of men; he is faced a dozen times a day with the evidence...

    Click to view