Recent Books

Touching on Canterbury’s Past

This section of the Notebook site aims to provide a brief summary of new publications which cover the history of Canterbury city.  The intention is to draw your attention to new books which you may have missed but could be of interest.

The ‘recent books’ link below leads to a file of the first seven chosen publications:

  • Barber, Alan (2013)  Uncovering The Beaney Backstory  (Bene Books)
  • Clancy, John (2012)  Canterbury through time (Amberley Publishing)
  • Foyle, Jonathan (2013)  Architecture of Canterbury Cathedral (Scala)
  • Lyle, Lawrence and Marjorie (2013) Canterbury and the Gothic Revival (History Press)
  • Newman, John (2013)  Buildings of England Kent: North East and East (Yale University Press)
  • Pinnock, Kenneth (2009)  A Canterbury Childhood (Robert Hale)
  • Weaver, Jeffery and Caviness, Madeline H, (2013)  The Ancestors of Christ Windows at Canterbury Cathedral (Getty Publications)
  • Connor, Meriel (2010) John Stone’s Chronicle, Christ Church Priory, Canterbury, 1417-1472, (Medieval Institute Publications, Western Michigan University)

Use the OHDS link to see details of publications of the Oaten Hill District Society.  These cover prominent Canterbury individuals and their families (the Holmans, Bigglestons and Pinnocks) and individual streets (Nunnery Fields, Old Dover Road and Ivy Lane).