AASDN Lecture Series

The Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland


 
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AASDN Lectures and Meetings 2019

 
Richard III lecture, Dr Richard Buckley.
 

CBA Festival of British Archaeology.
 



2019 Lectures and Meetings
All lectures will be at 2.30pm in Elvet Riverside room 140, New Elvet, Durham, DH1 3JT, unless otherwise notified, and everyone is welcome to attend.
(Map - see Elvet Riverside 2)
Saturday
19th January 2019
Dr David Shotton
Rewinding at Horse - thinking community group
The Battle of Brunnenburh - near Durham?
Saturday
23rd February 2019
Ms Emily Hanscam
PhD researcher at Durham University, Department of Archaeology
Nationalism and archaeology: excavating Romania’s Roman Past
Saturday
23rd March 2019
Mr Barry Mead
Community Archaeologist of the Year 2018
Cresswell Pele Tower: From Reivers to ruins to restoration
Saturday
27th April 2019
Erik Mathews
Fieldwork Officer
Now in Room 201 Elvet Riverside 2.
Living in Harm’s way: Further reflections on the Development of Hornby Castle, Wensleydale 1000-1700".
18th May 2019
Annual General Meeting 2019
and celebration of
Dame Professor Rosemary Cramp’s 90th birthday
Priors Hall, Durham Cathedral, at 1pm – 5pm. Download the booking form
Saturday
20th July 2019
Professor Marilyn Palmer
Professor Emeritus,
Leicester University
The Archaeology of Domestic Innovation in the Country House
4.00pm Ritson Hall, Alington House, 4 North Bailey, Durham DH1 3ET.
Saturday
14th September 2019
Dr Michelle De-Gruchy
Postdoctoral Researcher at Durham University, Department of Archaeology
Mapping the Khandaq Shapur: One of the Great Barriers of the Ancient World.
Saturday
12th October 2019
Dr Karen Dempsey
Marie Curie Research Fello at Reading University, Department of Archaeology
Re-opening the Medieval Castle: micro-stories from material culture
Saturday
9th November 2019
Dr Richard Pears
Academic liaison librarian, Durham University
Architectural Practice in North East England to 1800
December 2019
Annual Members Meeting
Details tbc

 
Lindisfarne Monastery, Northumberland.
 

The Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland

 




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