The London Centre for Public History and Heritage promotes a range of public history activities, including original research projects with local and international partners, knowledge transfer partnerships with museums, archives, heritage institution and provides spokespeople on a range of related issues for the media.

Drawing on a range of scholars, researchers and practitioners, the Centre provides a forum for national debate and discussion on key issues relating to public history, heritage, commemoration, and oral history and memory.

The Centre is located at Royal Holloway’s London premises, 11 Bedford Square. The Centre runs the MA in Public History.

Dr Anna Whitelock is the Director of the Centre and is actively supported by a number of academics from the History Department.