The new programme of the Centre of East Anglian Studies research seminars gets underway this week. The first seminar, this Thursday, is on King Edmund, the East Anglian warrior king killed by the Vikings in the ninth century.
All are welcome. The seminars start at 6:15pm, in room 4.16 in the School of History at UEA.
Thursday 14th October
Dr Tom Licence (UEA) – ‘King Edmund: from warrior king to meek martyr’
Thursday 28th October
Edward Martin (Suffolk Archaeology) – ‘Henslow of Hitcham: the professor of botany who inspired both Darwin and a Suffolk Parish’
Thursday 18th November
Dr Nicholas Amor – ‘Apprenticeship in Late Medieval Ipswich’
Thursday 2nd December
Dr Michael Bridges – ‘Fakenham: development of a market town’
Thursday 20th January
Helen Lunnon (UEA) – ‘A consideration of Porch Imagery in Late Medieval Norfolk’
More information on the Centre of East Anglian Studies can be found here.