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John Simkin

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The Historical Association is the voice for history. It supports the study and enjoyment of history at all levels by creating an environment that promotes lifelong learning and provides for the evolving needs of people who share an interest in history. It also organizes activities and campaigns to raise the profile of history at local and national levels.

The HA strives to achieve this by encouraging wide membership, offering information and education and campaigning for history.

Membership is open to everyone. The HA negotiate a range of offers and advantages for our members, including reduced price journals, discounted entry to a number of historical attractions and discounts on books and holidays. It also offer a members' area of the website and monthly e-mail newsletters.

The HA publish a range of material for a wide variety of readers. Teaching History for secondary school history and Primary History for history co-ordinators in primary schools, student teachers and all those interested in the field. The HA's illustrated full-colour magazine The Historian offers in-depth but extremely readable history by well-known experts in their fields, plus individual research by members of the Association which are not found anywhere else. History and The Annual Bulletin of Historical Literature are published in partnership with Blackwell are journals for academics and serious students of history, offering the latest surveys of literature and in-depth articles. The HA also publish a range of pamphlets and resources.

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