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Medieval Canterbury Weekend

April 6, 2018 - April 8, 2018
Centre for Kent history and Heritage, Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury Christ Church University

Michael Berry Lecture Theatre
Old Sessions House, Longport
Canterbury CT1 1PL
United Kingdom

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The History Weekend comprises 26 ‘events’, mainly lectures but also some guided tours of important medieval buildings in Canterbury. Among the highlights of the Weekend are talks by Caroline Barron, Richard Gameson, Janina Ramirez, David Starkey and Helen Castor. The Weekend begins with Leonie Seliger’s discussion on conserving the medieval stained glass at Canterbury Cathedral and concludes with Carenza Lewis’ ground-breaking work on the impact of the Black Death that swept across most of Europe in the mid-14th century.

In aid of the Ian Coulson Memorial Postgraduate Award fund helping postgraduates studying Kent history topics at CCCU.

Participants can select what they wish to attend on a pick and mix basis by consulting the Weekend website and booking their chosen events through the website. Phone booking at 01227 782994 (office hours); or contact the box office by email artsandculture@canterbury.ac.uk

Tickets: £10 per event. For Canterbury Christ Church students and those purchasing at least 10 tickets in one transaction the price is £8 per event

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April 5, 2018, 12:00pm BST

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