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Garden History study day

Using lectures, workshops and guided tours on the medieval monastic sites of St Augustine’s Abbey and Christ Church Priory, and the later gardens of John Tradescant for Lady Wootton, participants will explore garden history.

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Kent Places and People 

Place names provide valuable reminders of the past, and field names, in particular, can reveal the site of orchards, meadows and pastures that have long disappeared under concrete or tarmac, or been turned to other uses.

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The Baedeker Raid on Canterbury – 75 years on

An event commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Baedeker raid on Canterbury 1st June 1942.

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Wartime Farm Revisited

Using the highly successful TV series on the ‘Wartime Farm’, Professor Martin explored the effectiveness of Britain’s attempts to feed itself during the Second World War.

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Richborough Through The Ages

The conference consisted of four sessions, taking the history of Richborough from Roman and Anglo Saxon times through the Medieval period, the First World War and culminating in 1940.

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Magna Carta Conference

The conference showcased new and groundbreaking research on Kent's role during this pivotal period in English history.

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New DIrections in Kent History Since Joan Thirsk

The conference took place on Saturday 28 March 2015 Canterbury Christ Church University. The day was split into four themed sessions with plenty of room for lively discussion.

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Early Medieval Kent 800 - 1200

Arranged thematically, this ‘Early Medieval Kent’ conference explored several topics from pilgrimage and the landscape to the partnership between Crown and Church.

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Family and Power in the Middle Ages

This two day conference on the theme of Family and Power took place at Canterbury Christ Church University on Friday 7th and Saturday 8th April 2017.

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Gender, Places, Spaces, Thresholds

This conference explored the sites, manifestations, performances and functions of gendered and transgendered identities in the early to late Middle Ages, and examined the ways in which space and place may work or hinder gendered boundary-breaking.

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Kent Places and People

Place names provide valuable reminders of the past, and field names, in particular, can reveal the site of orchards, meadows and pastures that have long disappeared under concrete or tarmac, or been turned to other uses.

Find out more about the Kent Places and People conference

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