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History graduate’s £145k Anglo-Saxon discovery

Anglo-Saxon treasure discovered by UEA History graduate Tom Lucking has just been valued at £145,000. He made the discovery while metal detecting two years ago near Diss, and knew the find was special as soon as he saw it. Described by The British Museum as “an assemblage of artefacts most...

Witch shoe? Footwear hidden in walls to ward off evil

Professor Malcolm Gaskill comments on an unusual tradition in building... http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-northamptonshire-41507752

Professor Tom Williamson Wins a British Academy Medal

The Landscape Archaeology Medal The Landscape Archaeology Medal was established in 2007 following the decision of Professor John Coles to establish an Academy medal in this field. It is awarded biennially for distinguished achievements in landscape archaeology.The Landscape Archaeology...

New Impressions: Redesigning Norwich's Renaissance Books

Join Drs Thomas Roebuck and Matthew Woodcock between 10:30-16:30 Saturday 25th November in the Heritage Centre at the Millennium Library in The Forum when they will be unveiling the results of the design challenge that they've set local design companies over the last few...

HUM Public Seminar Series 2018

Arts & Humanities Public Lecture Series Spring 2018 Global Britain: Beyond Brexit   All events will take place in Thomas Paine Study Centre (TPSC), UEA, NR4 7TJ 6.30 - 7.45pm (doors open at 6pm) Free for all to attend, no registration necessary.   ...

HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION

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BRIDGE COURSE EVENT

History Bridge Course – Open Evening If you are interested in history but haven’t studied for a while then the part-time UEA History Bridge Course is for you.   This 12-week evening course has been designed to ‘bridge’ the gap for those looking to progress on to an undergraduate...

International Anchoritic Conference

International Anchoritic Conference: UEA, June 28-30th, 2018. Conference theme: Reclusion and Materiality: Devotion and Contexts. Plenary speakers will include Carole Rawcliffe and Carole Hill.

Being Human Festival

Being Human Festival: Refugee History is organising four events in the centre of Norwich from 17th-25th November as part of the Being Human Festival 2017 – the UK’s only national festival of the humanities. These imaginative and educational events hope to engage the local community in...

Global and Transnational Seminar

Global and Transnational Seminar Series: 5.15pm, JSC 1:03, UEA. 22th Nov. 2017. Dr Robert Fletcher, University of Warwick, ‘The Desert Locust and Its Enemies: Science, Sovereignty and Statecraft in the Twentieth Century’.7th Dec. 2017. Dr Stephen Wertheim, University of Cambridge, ‘"A Policy...

Medieval and Early Modern Seminar

LDC Medieval and Early Modern Research Seminar: Tuesday 5th December 2017, Dr Jane Grogan (UCD),‘Translation and Treason: The Works of William Barker (fl.1540-1576)’.

Modern Britain Seminars

Modern Britain: Histories, Politics and Cultures Seminar Series: 15th November 2017, Dr Lucy Delap (Cambridge) –‘ Learning disability, industry and precarity c. 1913-1980: a labour history perspective’. See more.

Medieval History Seminar

UEA Medieval History Seminar: 6.30pm in ARTS 2.03,13th November Julia Barrow (University of Leeds), Ecclesia semper reformanda? Rethinking reform 900–1150. See poster.

Early Modern Research Seminars

Early Modern Research Seminars: 15th November, 3:15pm, Dr George Oppitz-Trotman (Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg), ‘Engraving Loss: Traveling Actors and the Value of Theatre in Early Modern Europe’ 29th November, 3:15pm, Dr Joel Halcomb (UEA), ‘A church with a chimney on it: Sects, the...

Tom Williamson to Appear on Channel Four's Great Canal Journeys

View more here...http://www.channel4.com/programmes/great-canal-journeys/on-demand/65396-003    

History for All

From the medieval period onward, political activism has often had profound and far-reaching effects which continue to shape our understanding of the present.  Following the success of last years inaugural event, the University of East Anglia's School of History will be returning to The...

NAHRG LECTURE SERIES

NAHRG LECTURE SERIES NARHG Lecture Series  

Norfolk and Norwich Historical Association

Norfolk and Norwich Historical Association   Wednesday 19th October 2017, 6-7pm, Venue TBC, Prof Peter Waldron, 'The Russian Revolution: Politics, Arts, and Culture'. Wednesday 22nd November 2017, 7pm, ARTS 2.03, Dr Emma Wells, 'Coming to our senses: Experience in the...

Bridge Course Open Evening

Bridge Course Open Evening Autumn 2017 History Bridge Course – Open Evening: If you are interested in history but haven’t studied for a while then the part-time UEA History Bridge Course is for you. This 12-week evening course has been designed to ‘bridge’ the gap for those looking to...

Early Modern Research Seminars

Early Modern Research Seminars  

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