The Centre of East Anglian East Studies invites you to join us for the following events:
Beginners course in English Palaeography:
English Palaeography, 15th-17th Centuries to be taught by Dr John Alban is scheduled to run on the following dates below and is open to both Associate and student members of CEAS.
Monday 26th September 2016
Monday 3rd October 2016
Monday 10th October 2016
Monday 17th October 2016
The course will run for 4 weeks and is free of charge and will take place from 2:00pm – 4:00pm at The Archive Centre, Martineau Lane, Norwich, NR1 2DQ.
The class size is limited to a maximum of 12 people and places will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis. If the course is oversubscribed, we will then hold names on a cancellation list.
If you would like to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your details including a contact telephone number by 5pm on Wednesday 14th September 2016.
Norfolk Archaeological & Historical Research Group Lecture Programme 2016/17 (NAHRG)
Meetings take place at the UEA (Room Arts 01.02) at 2.30 pm (except in December, when we hold a joint lecture with the NNAS in Norwich Castle).
Non-members are welcome to try a couple of meetings before joining (no charge).
Saturday 15th October
A Million Years of Aylsham Archaeology
Claire Bradshaw (Community Archaeologist, Norfolk Historic Environment Service)
Saturday 19th November
The Destruction of Eccles-juxta-Mare
David Stannard (Retired Business Lecturer and Local Historian)
Saturday 3rd December
Joint meeting with the NNAS (Norwich Castle Museum)
Francis Blomefield and the Parish Churches of Medieval Norwich
Clare Haynes (Senior Research Associate, UEA) and Sandy Heslop (Professor of Visual Arts, UEA)
Saturday 21st January
“The Greatest Wealth of Our Country”: The Foldcourse in East Anglia
John Belcher (Food Industry, retired; recent UEA PhD)
Saturday 18th February
The Ancient Origins of Medieval Fields: a Reassessment
Tom Williamson (Professor of History, UEA)
Saturday 11th March
From Boats to Bricks: Ten Years of Discoveries in the Norfolk Broads
Heather Wallis (Freelance Archaeologist)
Saturday 8th April AGM and lecture
Mapping Margery Kempe’s Lynn
Susan Maddock (Honorary Research Fellow, School of History, UEA; retired NRO Principal Archivist)
If you find the Arts building door at the top of the spiral staircase locked, please use the main entrance and then the stairs or lift. The main entrance faces towards The Square on the other side of the building. Enter the ARTS 1 door (not ARTS 2). The lifts are on the left and the stairs are just beyond them: go down one floor and through the double doors.