Changes to NNAS online lectures for February and March

Due to a problem with Zoom registration we have updated the registration links for the Lectures in February and March 2022. These are now as follows: February 5th 2022: Prof Tom Williamson (UEA), A Landscape Archaeology Of Salt Working In The Broads Register here...
Rethinking Money in Early Medieval East Anglia

Rethinking Money in Early Medieval East Anglia

March 5th 2022 Dr Rory Naismith (Corpus Christi College, Cambridge University), Rethinking Money in Early Medieval East Anglia, (Sue Margeson Memorial Lecture) Rory Naismith is returning to Cambridge after four years lecturing in the Department of History at King’s...
A landscape archaeology of salt working in the Broads

A landscape archaeology of salt working in the Broads

Feb 5th 2022 Prof Tom Williamson (UEA) A landscape archaeology of salt working in the Broads Tom Williamson is a landscape historian and landscape archaeologist with wide-ranging interests. His recent research projects have included a GIS-aided study of Agriculture...
The Paston Footprint Project

The Paston Footprint Project

Jan 8th 2022 Dr Karen Smyth (UEA). The Paston Footprint Project. Dr Karen Smyth is Associate Professor in Medieval Literature. Prior to joining UEA, she held a lectureship in Old and Middle English at the University of Nottingham, after being the Bloomfield Visiting...
The Thetford Treasure revisited

The Thetford Treasure revisited

Dec 4th 2021 Dr Richard Hobbs, (British Museum), The Thetford Treasure revisited, (Joint lecture with NAHRG) Zoom only lecture Richard Hobbs is curator of the Roman Britain collections at the British Museum in London, England. He is an expert on the archaeology of...