Academic year: 2009-2010

Aubrey and his contemporaries: inventing archaeological fieldwork

Thursday 18 March 2010
Jan Broadway (Queen Mary, University of London)

Identity, land and lineage: Mary Ann Gilbert of Eastbourne and the politics of the poor law

Thursday 18 February 2010
Kathryn Gleadle (Mansfield College, Oxford) 

Transformations in the local church, 950-1150

Thursday 21 January 2010
Paul Barnwell (Kellogg College, Oxford)

Parks and communities in medieval England

Thursday 3 December 2009
Stephen Mileson (University of Oxford and the Victoria County History) 

Naming Paradise: house names of the 1920s and 1930s in seaside Sussex

Thursday 19 November 2009
Chris Lewis (formerly Victoria County History)

Wyclif's Well: Lollardy, landscape and memory in post-Reformation Lutterworth

Thursday 5 November 2009
Alexandra Walsham (University of Exeter)

The ancient trees and woods of Sherwood

Thursday 22 October 2009
Charles Watkins (University of Nottingham)

Norfolk, the Africans, and Atlantic Slavery

Thursday 8 October 2009
Richard Maguire (UEA)