Following the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, the blog is now back and there have been several events involving the Centre for Kent History and Heritage.
Even though there have been exceedingly momentous events taking place this week, perhaps of even greater concern for historians, especially medievalists having witnessed the televised proclamation of an English monarch […]
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 […]
There are a number of important meetings happening this week involving Centre projects, some where the Centre is heavily involved, and others where the Centre has some involvement.
To a degree this is a catch up week in that there were the final three talks for Kentish Saints and Martyrs and the Nightingale Lecture, as well as Dr […]
This week has been very busy, for as well as Diane’s hunt at the Freshers’ Fair for student volunteers to get involved in her NHLF-funded ‘Medieval Animals Heritage’ project – […]
Stop press! CKHH receives a nomination for an award in the ‘Outstanding Contribution to the Community’ category at CCCU. So well done Claire and Diane this is richly deserved for […]
It has been fantastic to see the response to Dr Diane Heath’s NHLF ‘Medieval Animals Heritage’ project and as the project progresses, she will be reporting through the Centre’s blog […]
The Centre’s blog is back! Even though it might have been more of a busman’s holiday than a complete break, it was an enjoyable change. For this week, I’m going […]