Researching Kent History – sharing exciting discoveries

This week I want to draw you attention to a couple of ‘call for papers’ opportunities, but first I thought I would mention the ‘Church, Saints and Seals, 1150–1300’ study […]

Medieval Animals Heritage and Exploring the Lives of People in the Past

I thought I would start with a couple of things from Dr Diane Heath’s NHLF-funded ‘Medieval Animals Heritage’ project. Firstly, she said they had a great time in Canterbury Cathedral […]

Kent’s Material Culture – from relics to texts

Some of you may remember the NHLF-funded ‘Finding Eanswythe’ project that was run by people from History and Archaeology at CCCU with Dr Andrew Richardson: Well the same team […]

Canterbury History – from St Augustine to Tudors and Stuarts 2023

Coming up very shortly KAS with CKHH on Tuesday 7 February will be hosting at St Paul’s church, Canterbury CT1 1NH (from 6pm, lecture at 6.45pm), Professor Ken Dark’s lecture […]