Bringing History to all

This is the official website of The International Students - Historians Group.
This Website has 2 main objectives: Helping to Protect the World Heritage and share/connect students, professionals and history enthusiasts in all range of fields.

Regarding Heritage protection, it is our mission to ensure the protection of historical and cultural heritage throw out the world. To report sites at risk, just select the section of the page in the menu called "Heritage in Danger" and download the report form. After filling in, you need to send it to

Regarding our second objective, our page will continue to share information between the history community and helping to make History more accessible to everyone.

With our project "Confabulating" we bring a new level to our project "Education".

In the different sections of the menu on the page, you can select several sharing tools. Make good use of it and make some connections.

Don't forget, knowledge is power!

In the future, we plan to have some online courses, interviews and some video and audio content.



For everyone that is interested in sharing their papers, thesis, reports, essays or other type of research, please email us on the link below*. You will need to include your paper and we will add it on the dedicated topic on the blog website. For any video or audio, the process is the same. By sharing your work it will be a good source of knowledge for everyone and open doors for discussions and progress.



Formulário de Inscrição

Obrigado pelo envio!

Future Events

  • History of Photography in Medicine
    Wed, 08 Dec
    08 Dec, 21:00
    With Dr Sloan Mahone from The University of Oxford
  • History of misbehaviour, particularly amongst medieval students
    15 Dec, 21:00
    With Dr Hannah Skoda from The University of Oxford
  • Iberian Empires
    Wed, 29 Sept
    29 Sept, 21:00
    With Prof. Giuseppe Marcoci
  • The Crown: History VS Myth
    Tue, 21 Sept
    21 Sept, 21:00
    With Mr. Hugo Vickers
  • Presença Militar Portuguesa no Norte de África no Séc. XV
    Wed, 15 Sept
    15 Sept, 21:00
    Com o Dr. Pedro Sebastião
  • Economic Development Since The Middle Ages
    Wed, 08 Sept
    08 Sept, 21:00
    With Prof. Sheilagh Ogilvie
  • A Natureza do Tribunal do Santo Ofício em Portugal
    Wed, 25 Aug
    25 Aug, 21:00
    Prof. José Pedro Paiva
  • Gandhi and Peace
    Wed, 18 Aug
    18 Aug, 21:00
    Dr Faisal Devji
  • História do Clima: Do Paleolítico aos Tempos Modernos
    Wed, 11 Aug
    11 Aug, 21:00
    Prof. João Pedro Cunha-Ribeiro
  • Salazar e o Poder: A Arte de Saber Durar
    Sun, 08 Aug
    08 Aug, 21:00
    Prof. Fernando Rosas
  • O Ambiente Aquático da Baixa Mesopotâmia (III-IV Milénio A.C.): Uma Análise Interdisciplinar
    28 Jul, 21:00
    Com o Dr Jaime Silva
  • Food and Social Class in Middle Ages
    Wed, 21 Jul
    21 Jul, 21:00
    With Professor Paul Freedman from Yale University
  • Estadi da Questão: Género na Idade Média Portuguesa
    Wed, 14 Jul
    14 Jul, 21:00
    Com a Prof. Ana Rodrigues
  • Newton's Religious Views
    Wed, 07 Jul
    07 Jul, 21:00
    With Professor Robert Illife from Oxford University
  • Montes de Areia - Dunas Costeiras Objecto de Estudo da História Ambiental
    30 Jun, 21:00
    Com a Dra. Monique Palma
  • Religious Minorities in Ancient Greece and Rome
    Wed, 23 Jun
    23 Jun, 21:00
    With Prof. Julietta Steinhauer
  • Slavery and Abolition in 20th century Africo
    Wed, 16 Jun
    16 Jun, 21:00
    With Prof. Benedetta Rossi
  • Religião e Contos Folclóricos Ocidentais no Século XIX
    Wed, 09 Jun
    09 Jun, 21:00
    Com Andréa Caselli