For details of all the events and to book: https://www.canterbury.ac.uk/arts-and-humanities/research-kent-history-and-archaeology/tudors-and-stuarts-weekend-2019/home.aspx
or email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01227 782994
This educational Weekend comprises 22 ‘events’. The lectures and guided visits showcase recent research on the Early Modern period, making it readily accessible to a wide audience. Among the internationally known scholars and well-known, more popular historians are Alexandra Walsham, David Starkey and Miranda Kaufmann, who will cover topics from the Tudor Counter-Reformation to Black Tudors.
Lectures and guided tours are classified under four themes: Kings and Queens; War and Politics; the Church, and Social History to allow audiences to gain access to new interpretations, ideas and knowledge in a range of early modern topics. Those attending book their chosen events using a pick-and-mix approach, using the descriptions provided on the Centre’s webpages.
Any surplus from the Weekend goes into the Ian Coulson Memorial Postgraduate Award fund to aid postgraduates at CCCU who are studying Kent history topics. Supported by Canterbury Archaeological Trust and Canterbury Cathedral Archives & Library
13 – 14 April 2019, 10am – 4pm,
Old Sessions House, Canterbury Christ Church University, Longport, Canterbury CT1 1PL