Mark Hudson elected Fellow of the Royal Historical Society

February 26, 2024

Hudson is one of 43 Fellows elected to the Society at their recent meeting in February 2024

Mark Hudson is a researcher in the Language and the Anthropocene independent research group at MPI GEA. His research looks at long-term historical change across Eurasia, with a focus on Japan. He is particularly interested in questions of ancient globalisation, food, resilience, and violence and is currently writing a book on the first direct contacts between Japan and Europe in the 16-17th centuries.

“I feel extremely honoured to have been elected as a Fellow of the RHS, a distinguished society working on behalf of history and historians,” says Hudson. 

To learn more about the Royal Historical Society Fellowship, click here.

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