Elizabeth L'Estrange elected a member of the Royal Historical Society

The Royal Historical Society (RHS) is the UK’s foremost society working for historians and history.

The Barber Institute of Fine Arts at the University of Birmingham

At its latest meeting on 5 July 2023, the RHS Council elected 39 Fellows, 23 Associate Fellows, 29 Members and 63 Postgraduate Members, a total of 154 people newly associated with the Society, from today. This included our Dr Elizabeth L'Estrange who is an Associate Professor in History of Arts in the Department of Art History, Curating and Visual Studies.

The majority of the new Fellows hold academic appointments at universities, specialising in a very wide range of fields; but also include museum curators, archivists, heritage consultants, and independent researchers and writers. The Society is an international community of historians and our latest intake includes Fellows from ten countries: Belgium, China, Germany, Hong Kong, Jamaica, Ireland, Norway, United Kingdom, Turkey, and the United States.  Read full article...