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Laura Gowing has won the 2023 Social History Society Book Prize for 'Ingenious Trade: Women and Work in Seventeenth-Century London' (Cambridge University Press, 2021)
The SHS has published its journal 'Cultural & Social History' since 2004 and in 2018 launched a new book series on 'New Directions in Social and Cultural History'.
Our Research Exchange blog features posts from authors of some of the best new books being published in social and cultural history.
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Our role in representing social and cultural historians included our contribution to the government's consultation on the Research Excellence Framework.
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