We ne'er shall see his like again..


Members of the Huguenot Society, referred to as Fellows, are the main support for the Society's work in exchanging knowledge on Huguenot history and publishing Huguenot sources. They also enjoy a range of benefits:

  • Attendance at the Society’s meetings
  • Copies of the annual Huguenot Society Journal and the six-monthly newsletter
  • Reduced rates when buying occasional publications
  • Use of the Huguenot Library, UCL Libraries and the Institute of Historical Research Library
  • Online access to back issues of the Huguenot Society’s Proceedings for 1885-2012 (via the log-in below)

Becoming a member

Applicants for membership of the Society are asked to complete a downloadable application form, to be forwarded with their remittance to the Administrative Officer, who presents the application to the next meeting of the Council.

There is a special UK and European rate for those aged under 30.


Sign In:


If you are a Fellow of the Society and have not already registered your username (your e-mail address) and a password of your own choosing, please go to our registration page Registration



News and Events

The Huguenot Library
The Library has now re-opened. For full details, please click here.

Randolph Vigne Memorial Lecture
The third Randolph Vigne Memorial Lecture, The Huguenots, Louis XIV and the Courts of Europe, will be given by Dr Philip Mansel at 8pm on Wednesday, 11 November, by Zoom Video Webinar. Please send enquiries to meetings@huguenotsociety.org.uk. A listing of the full lecture programme for 2020-21 can be found here.

BBC World Service: The Forum - The Huguenots
This programme was broadcast on Thursday, 10 September 2020. Bridget Kendall was joined by a panel of three experts - Huguenot Society Fellows Professor Owen Stanwood of Boston College in the USA, Professor Ruth Whelan of Maynooth University in Ireland and Dr. Kathy Chater in London - to discuss the Huguenots and their global legacy. It is available for download as a podcast using this link.