We maintain excellent links with organisations across the College, nationally and globally, including with universities in India, Singapore, Hong Kong and the United States. Read more about our international partnerships.
UK partner organisations include
Centre for Contemporary British History (CCBH) Since the Centre's arrival at King's in August 2010, we have offered their modules to our postgraduate students. In turn, CCBH students take modules in the Department of History.
Department of Digital Humanities We collaborate with the Department of Digital Humanities at King's on a number of major research projects, including The Fine Rolls of Henry III, Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England (PASE) and Profile of a Doomed Elite. We also offer modules taught by the Department of Digital Humanities to our undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Institute of Historical Research (IHR) Many members of staff in the Department of History convene period-based seminars at the IHR, which include Earlier Middle Ages, Late Medieval and Early Modern Italy, Imperial and World History, Low Countries, Rethinking Modern Europe and Women's History.
Royal Historical Society (RHS) Many staff in the Department of History are Fellows of the RHS, and others have been actively involved in its governance (including Professor Arthur Burns and Emeritus Professor Dame Janet Nelson, Janet being the first female president of the RHS). A number of prestigious RHS awards have been won by King’s historians in recent years, including the Whitfield and Gladstone book prizes (2007 and 2009).