Next week is going to be very busy because not only is it the first week of term but we have the Nightingale Lecture on Tuesday evening, the Aphra Behn […]
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.
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 […]
I thought this week I would first alert you to the notices about exciting upcoming events towards the end of this week’s blog, but before I get to these, I’ll […]
This week is a quick catch up on August events, especially Dr Diane Heath’s ‘Medieval Animals Heritage’ project, and a book review from Dr Martin Watts, but first notifications of […]
I thought I would start by saying that we are now on the countdown to the Medieval Canterbury Weekend 2022 and, for those who use twitter, Dr Diane Heath informs […]
An exciting new digital exhibition for the IHR Centenary!
First of all, apologies for the very strange happenings regarding last week’s blog, I have no idea why it kept disappearing and nobody seems to know why at CCCU either. […]
Before I come to the main topic of this week’s blog – Maritime Kent, both the conference and postgraduate opportunities – I thought I would mention that Dr Claire Bartram […]