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To promote the study of agricultural history, and the history of the rural economy and society, the BAHS publishes the Agricultural History Review and Rural History Today. The Society holds conferences twice a year: a day meeting in London in early December, and a residential conference at different locations in Britain in Spring. These are opportunities for professional and non-professional historians to meet, mix and exchange views in a friendly and sociable atmosphere.

The Society's Winter Conference, Rural Worlds in Motion, will be held on 6 December, at the University of London. Please fill in the application form and send it with a cheque to the address given.

Rural History Today issue 27 and

Agricultural History Review Volume 62 Part I are now available online and in print.

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Rural History 2015 programme book Announcing Rural History 2015!
The next conference of the European Rural History Organisation (EuRHO) is being hosted by the Spanish Agricultural History Society at the University of Girona. Proposals for panels will be accepted up to 30 September 2014. More info.
Mick Aston memorial lecture poster


The Mick Aston Memorial Lecture,
entitled Who Made the Medieval Landscape? will be given by Professor Chris Dyer on Thursday 9 October 2014 at Taunton Castle. Read more.
Population Histories in Context: Past achievements and future directions. A conference to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Social Structure, at Downing College, Cambridge, UK, 16-18 September 2014. More info. Government and agricultural change in comparative perspective, a workshop arranged within the International Scientific Coordination Network (GDRI): CRIses and Changes in the European Countryside in the long run (CRICEC), in Lund, Sweden 16-17 October 2014.