Keele’s Latin and Palaeography Summer School is now in its 40th year.
Expert tuition is provided in small groups for those who need to read medieval and early modern documents for local and national history. Courses range from introductions to medieval Latin and palaeography to more advanced ones on specialist topics – this year tutors are looking at documents related to medieval warfare (both in the field and ‘back home’) and to some of the more obscure medieval courts (for example, the Exchequer of the Jews, the Marshalsea Court, and the Justices of Trailbaston).
The school is attended by local historians, postgraduate students, and archivists from UK and abroad, and is held in Keele University’s attractive campus in North Staffordshire.
Further information and to register: https://www.keele.ac.uk/history/adults/latinandpalaeographysummerschool/