Academic year: 1998-1999

The English Montaillou? The social and cultural world of Sileby, Leicestershire, in the 1630s

Thursday 25 March 1999
Professor Bernard Capp (University of Warwick)

Grass-roots democracy? Wards in medieval London

Thursday 11 March 1999
Dr Caroline Barron (Royal Holloway College, University of London)

A new people: the social and geographical mobility of English Catholics in the eighteenth century

Thursday 18 February 1999
Dr Marie Rowlands (University of Wolverhampton)

The Essex gentry 1381-1450: county community or county of communities?

Thursday 11 February 1999
Mr Christopher Starr (ELH, University of Leicester)

The Saxon and early Norman church in West Sussex

Thursday 4 February 1999
Mr Phillip Masters (ELH, University of Leicester)

Geography of religious pluralism in the nineteenth century

Thursday 10 December 1998
Dr Alasdair (Nuffield College, Oxford)

Tinners and their place: landscapes and records of the Devon Stannaries

Thursday 3 December 1998
Dr Tom Greeves (Cultural Environmentalist)

Marshland landscapes: fieldwork and study from the Romey Marsh region of Kent

Thursday 12 November 1998
Mrs Anne Reeves (Landscape Historian)

Doles and donations: the changing structure of charity in Warwickshire, 1760-1918

Thursday 5 November 1998
Mrs Sylvia Pinches (ELH, University of Leicester)

The Englishness of Hoskins

Thursday 22 October 1998
Dr Rob Colls (DMU)