Dear readers,

just to keep you in the loop of HPRS’s initiatives, this is a belated post about the two most recent meetings of the History Reading Circle this month:

On Wednesday 13 April, Daniel Beben presented his paper on: “Remembering Saladin: The Crusades and the Politics of Heresy in Persian Historiography.” 

On Wednesday 30 March, Don Leggett presented his paper on: “The Politics of Invention in the Great War: Reward, Credibility, and the Amateur Inventor”.

With our apologies.