OUHS is one of Oxford's largest and most active student societies with over 500 members, who either study history or take a keen interest in the subject.
It has a well-earned reputation as an informal theatre for discussion with leading historians.
We run a variety of weekly events during term, ranging from eclectic speaker meetings to our notorious social gatherings.
If you would like to be informed about our upcoming events please visit www.ouhs.org
Professor Robert Gildea will be speaking at 8.30pm this Wednesday 26…
Posted by Andrew Walls, Friday, 19th November 2010 @ 10:48am
The President's main role is to organise the term.
They are responsible for creating the termcard, inviting distinguished speakers to address the society, and organising social events.
They also chair all meetings of the society and are responsible for the general administration of the Society.
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