CHAS is pleased to announce a series of lectures via zoom that will take place in January to March 2021.
Further information about how to join these meetings will be sent to CHAS members nearer the time but details of the titles and speakers are as follows
Details of forthcoming meetings via zoom:
WEDNESDAY 13th JANUARY 2021 7:00pm
“Experience in dissent in 17th century Kent”
Dr Rebecca Warren, University of Kent
WEDNESDAY 10th FEBRUARY 2021 7:00pm
“Dost Thou Know Dover?: Locating Dover in the Early Modern Imagination"
Dr Claire Bartram, Canterbury Christchurch University
SATURDAY 27th FEBRUARY 2021 6:00pm
The Frank Jenkins Memorial Lecture: the Annual Review of the work of the Canterbury Archaeological Trust:
Dr Alison HIcks, Director of the Canterbury Archaeological Trust
(This lecture hosted by the Friends of the Canterbury Archaeological Trust)
WEDNESDAY 10th MARCH 2021 7:00pm
"Piety and preservation: the workings of the medieval library"
Dr Alison Ray, Canterbury Cathedral Archives
CHAS Is also pleased to announce details of the delayed half-day centenary conference.
Saturday, 13th February 10:00am to 1:00pm
CHAS Centenary “Canterbury in History” half-day conference
(jointly organised by CHAS and CKHH)
This will be delivered online by Microsoft Teams from CCCU. It will be free but booking will be required; further details to follow.
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10.10-11.25 Medieval & Tudor:
“Famine and Feast: changing fortunes in 1320 and 1420” - Dr Sheila Sweetinburgh (CCCU)
“Canterbury in 1520: turbulence, transition and tents” – Dr Stuart Palmer (Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge)
11.35-12.50 Stuart & Modern
“Robert Cushman and the Mayflower 1620: saints or sinners? A revisionist interpretation of the Mayflower legacy”- Dr Lorraine Flisher (CCCU)
“Goodbye to all that?: Canterbury in 1920” – Dr David Budgen (CCCU)
12.50-13.00 Concluding remarks
CHAS wishes to acknowledge all the work Dr Sweetinburgh has done in organising this conference.
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