Dr Diane Heath and I will be delighted to receive photos of your medieval animal ‘tile’ designs, so please do send them in and we will send out your certificate. […]
Virtual Canterbury Medieval Pageant
Gingerbread Medieval Animal Tiles – We Need your Help, Please!
Medieval Pageant and schooling now and then
Having caught up with Dr Claire Bartram, as Co-Director of the Centre, and Dr Diane Heath, the Centre’s Research Fellow, I thought I would report on their involvement with the […]
Exploring book culture and the Gough Map
I thought I would start this week by telling you about an exciting opportunity for someone who is interested in the History of the Book and who would like to […]
Mapping landscapes from Charles Dickens to Hilary Mantel
I thought I would just begin by mentioning that Dr Diane Heath is intending to submit her HLF ‘Medieval Animals’ project application in the next week or so, which is […]
Linking Canterbury and Lyminge through Anglo-Saxon saints
As well as mentioning a couple of events that are due to happen over the next couple of weeks, I shall be reporting on Robert Baldwin’s talk this week, with […]
Exciting times ahead – Becket, Canterbury and much, much more
This week I’m exploring what we have planned for 2020.
Helping to celebrate Canterbury Society’s 10th anniversary
This week has brought a series of meetings and the chance to be part of Canterbury Society’s celebrations.
Postgraduates working on Kent History – exciting developments
This week there is information about the Centre’s future events, a report on the Kent History Postgraduate Group’s monthly research seminar and a notice about Dr Jayne Wackett’s memorial tree.