There will be a half day meeting of the Forum held at St Catherine's Village Hall, Guildford at which there will be a number of presentations relating to the recent and ongoing research interests of members with talks by Lucy Quinnell, Mary Alexander and David Calow.
This conference is being jointly run by CBA South East and Kent Archaeological Society and will explore continental connections.
A pdf of the programme and booking form is attached.
This inaugural conference is for all those interested in the geology/earth science of the South East of Britain.
A pdf of the programme and booking form is attached below.
At this conference leading experts on 11th century England will consider how the principal city of Alfred the Great and its people were affected by conquest. The headline speaker will be broadcaster and historian Dr Marc Morris.
The conference takes place at Winchester's Guildhall and is part of a wider project which aims to celebrate and promote the ancient city as a centre of key significance to England.
Saturday 30 November 2019
11.00 – 3.15
at Surrey History Centre 130, Goldsworth Road, Woking, Surrey, GU21 6ND
11.00-11.30 Registration and coffee
11.30 - 12.10 Keith Moore, Head of Library and Information Services, The Royal Society
The Royal Society of Surrey
12.10 - 12.50 Amy Williams, Collection Development Librarian, Royal Horticultural Society
“A pleasant link with the past”: what gardening periodicals can tell us about local history
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The final programme is below and a booking form is attached:
SYMPOSIUM 29 FEB 2020
10.00 Chair: Dr Anne Sassin
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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