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The annual Surrey Historic Environment Research Framework conference will be based on scientific analyses this year. The confirmed agenda is shown below. A booking form was included with the August Bulletin and can also be downloaded below, but we would encourage online booking using the Book tab above.
On July 20th 2019 the Kingston upon Thames Archaeological Society will be celebrating its 50th anniversary with an all day conference, including speakers with experience of Kingston's archaeology.
Details are on the attached booking form, and the booking deadline is 8th July.
This Instrumentum meeting has been jointly organised by the Roman Finds Group, the Later Prehistoric Finds Group and Kings College, London.
Projects on hoards have looked at their composition and location. Recently excavated hoards also offer the chance to look at little studied aspects of hoarding as a depositional process, such as the environmental data. The conference will also explore other aspects of deposition.
Details from: www.romanfindsgroup.org.uk
A British Museum conference exploring how people have confronted, explained and come to terms with death through objects across time and around the world.
Book online: https://tinyurl.com/objectsdeathconf
Georgian Surrey– the age of enlightenment - ONLINE BOOKING NOW CLOSED
at Surrey History Centre 130, Goldsworth Road, Woking, Surrey, GU21 6ND
9.55 Chairman’s introductory remarks
10.00 Catherine Ferguson (University of Roehampton) : Introduction
10.20 Hilary Ely (Trustee of the Cranston Library) : Cranston Library
10.50 Coffee and tea
11.20 David Brookes (Bourne Hall Museum) : Epsom as a Spa Town
University of Surrey - Faculty of Arts and Social Science - Festival of Research
The University of Surrey is hosting the third Festival of Research at which Professor Diana Watts, who has previously addressed the Medieval Studies Forum, will be giving the plenary lecture on her project 'Women's Literary Culture Before the Conquest' . This will take place on 24th January 2019 and tickets are free. Details of how to register can be found at
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The Surrey Archaeological Society Annual Symposium programme is now complete. Dr Peter Guest (Cardiff University) will be a keynote speaker on Roman coins - their significance in archaeological interpretation. The programme is as follows below. Book online by clicking on the Book tab above.
A booking form is attached as a pdf if you prefer to book via the office.
The 3rd Biennial Southeast England Regional Conference will be held in Kings Church Centre, Lewes.
Conference fee: £25, including coffee/tea/biscuits, buffet lunch and Conference publication
A programme and booking form are available on the attached pdf.
Details from: firstname.lastname@example.org
A study day on medieval Guildford will be organized by Mary Alexander, with talks on the medieval town ranging from its friaries, leper hospital, international trade, churches and more.
For a full programme, see Medieval Guildford - Programme .pdf