Royal Historical Society report highlights need for greater diversity in UK History.
A new report published today by the Royal Historical Society (RHS) highlights racial and ethnic inequalities in the teaching and practice of History in the UK. It draws attention to the underrepresentation of ‘Black and Minority Ethnic’ (BME) students and staff in university History programmes, the substantial levels of race-based bias and discrimination experienced by BME historians in UK universities, and the negative impact of narrow school and university curriculums on diversity and inclusion.
As part of a major European Commission funded project, and with partner universities across the European Union, we are in the process of constructing a database of long-term corporate and stock market data for European public companies.
As previously advised, the terms of the President, Professor Stephen Broadberry, and Honorary Secretary, Dr Helen Paul, will end at the 2019 Annual General Meeting (AGM). The following is a progress report for all EHS members on the Society’s process for seeking successors to these key officers.