Academic year: 2014-2015

Bodiam Castle: landscape, lived experience and political ecology

Thursday 16 April 2015
Matthew Johnson (Northwestern University, USA)

The seventeenth-century London trained bands and the Artillery Company

Thursday 12 March 2015
Ismini Pells (University of Leicester)

The analysis of aerial LiDAR: new possibilities for prehistoric and historic landscape interpretations in Leicestershire

Thursday 12 February 2015
Matthew Beamish (University of Leicester Archaeological Services)

Medieval Graffiti: the hidden history of the parish church

Thursday 29 January 2015
Matthew Champion (Norfolk Medieval Graffiti Survey)

'A coler of the kynge lyverey': livery collars, church monuments and the expression of identity in Derbyshire, 1450 to 1500

Thursday 15 January 2015
Matthew Ward (University of Birmingham)

Kinship and strategies for family survival on Bodmin Moor during the long nineteenth century

Thursday 27 November 2014
Gary Crossley (University of Oxford)

Robin Hood and criminality

Thursday 13 November 2014
David Crook (The National Archives)

Middlefield: some historical interpretations of a 1960s Lincolnshire council estate

Thursday 20 October 2014
Ian Waites (University of Lincoln)

'Was there any?' Military hospital care, nursing and welfare during the Civil Wars of the 17th century

Thursday 16 October 2014
Eric E. Gruber von Arni