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Church Archaeology Events

In addition to our annual conference, we have now added a series of online evening lectures as regular events. These lectures are free and open to both members and non-members, but you must register on Eventbrite to attend the talks. After registering, you will receive an email (with reminders leading up to the event) with a link to access the talk at the scheduled time and date. 

 

Lectures will also be archived on our YouTube channel and linked below, so if you are unable to attend, you can always watch any lecture back later at your leisure.

 

We hope you enjoy the talks, and please watch this space for future online and in-person events!

 

Upcoming lectures

1 Oct 2021

Dr Michael Carter: Byland Abbey: Using the Dead to Bring a Medievaal Monastery to Life

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sca-lecture-michael-carter-using-the-dead-to-bring-a-monastery-to-life-tickets-168065116287?fbclid=IwAR2gH7x1KQUkcJk-kJv0u0ls705DkIw4QGcCqJYmNJpLkVLnx0oSOW1qamg

Past lectures

Dr Alex Woodcock: Romanesque Sculpture in Devon and Cornwall

Dr Meg Boulton: Sliding Doors: Considering the Symbolic Significance of Decorated Thresholds in Early Medieval Churches

Dr Martin Huggon: Charity, Medicine and the Medieval Hospital

Prof Howard Williams: Viking Age Hogback Stones: Citations and Exceptions

Dr Ruth Nugent: Over My Dead Body! Histories of Tomb-opening in Churches

Dr Jackie Hall: Being a Cathedral Archaeologist

Dr John Jenkins: Reconstructing Thomas Becket's Shrine

Dr David Petts: The Early Medieval Monastery of Lindisfarne