We've now held two of our Spring Seminars and they have both gone really well. All the presentations have been recorded, and you can see them on our YouTube channel. We recommend that you subscribe to the British Agricultural History Society channel so that you receive a notification whenever a new video is added. We would appreciate it if you 'Like' the videos as well as watching them, as this will increase the channel's visibility. (Tip: YouTube uses the same log in as Google.) 

Please register now for the third seminar, to secure your place:

Monday 29 March: Colonial rule: Aspects of the British impact on Indian rural society
  • Dr Bina Sengar (Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India), ‘Land and proprietary rights, alienation of traditional systems: British occupancy in Khandesh, c. 1820-1858 A.D’.
  • Preeti (University of Sussex), ‘The rule of the British “Experts”; negotiating the import of western science and technology in agrarian Bihar, 1880-1930’ (NB Preeti’s presentation will not be made available on YouTube.)
Details and Registration

New Books

Both of our speakers in the second seminar have recently published books. Details are on the BAHS home page, including links to the publishers' web sites and a code to get a 45% discount on Transhumance. (There is a discount on Wandering Herd too.)

Best wishes
Richard Hoyle
Acting Secretary, British Agricultural History Society
BAHS Website
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