As the university comes to the end of its Diamond Jubilee year, I thought I would mention Emeritus Professor Peter Vujakovic’s leading role as organiser of The Christ Church Science […]
This week is a case of playing catch up, firstly mentioning Dr Diane Heath’s highly successful ‘Medieval Animals Heritage’ pre-Christmas extravaganza and then her ‘Amulets’ conference at the Science Museum […]
Before I mention two events Dr Diane Heath is holding in the very near future, I thought I would again flag up the dates for the Tudors & Stuarts 2023 […]
Another milestone – this is the 400th blog!!
This week the focus is Dover, and specifically the Maison Dieu, but before I get to that, I thought I would just mention a few other matters involving the CKHH.
We have a joint event with the Friends of Canterbury Archaeological Trust (FCAT) on Thursday this week when Martin Crowther, the Maison Dieu Engagement Officer, will discuss the fascinating history […]
It is worth noting that the end of this week and next will comprise numerous research meetings, including for the Lossenham Project and Medieval Animals Heritage, as well as notice […]
This week I’m going to report on the Medway History Showcase and the first three of the lunchtime lectures, organised by Dr Claire Bartram, as part of Canterbury Festival, but […]
This week I thought I would report on several events that have taken place before I come to a quick recap about the lunchtime lectures, organised by Dr Claire Bartram, […]