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New exhibition celebrates Canterbury’s Aphra Behn literature’s best kept secret

The Beaney is set to trace the dramatic life of Canterbury-born spy, playwright, poet, translator and fiction-writer Aphra Behn in a new exhibition.

12 June 2024

Discovering the secrets of UK’s oldest leather

Diagnostic Radiographer Dr James Elliot has been working with a local archaeologist to uncover the secrets of what is believed to be the UK’s oldest piece of neolithic leather.

20 February 2024

Using artificial intelligence to stop vandalism on historic sites.

Artificial intelligence could play a significant part in deterring graffiti vandals from defacing churches, castles and monasteries, after historic sites experienced a dramatic increase in attacks.

10 January 2024

University research explores how we experience being human

Canterbury Christ Church University academics are showcasing how their research is helping us to make sense of being human as part of a national festival of humanities.

08 November 2023

The return of the chough

The red-billed chough has been released into the wild as part of the ground-breaking conservation project to return this at-risk species to Kent.

25 August 2023

Soil damage from artillery attacks could have long-term effects for Ukraine’s agriculture and world food supplies.

Research on soil contamination from World War One bomb craters could be the key to understanding how soil in Ukraine is being irreversibly damaged following Russia’s invasion of the country.

13 March 2023

New Doctoral research to uncover Tudor past of Dover's Maison Dieu

A doctoral research project funded by The Janus Foundation and the University's Ian Coulson Memorial Postgraduate Award, is set to uncover the role of Dover’s Maison Dieu under the late Tudors.

07 November 2022

Fun for all at festival celebrating University’s contribution to Kent’s creative and cultural heritage

A free family friendly festival is being held in October by Canterbury Christ Church University to celebrate their contribution to Kent's rich and diverse cultural history and creativity.

14 October 2022

Resistance and revolt in Kent

Centre for Kent History and Heritage and Kent Archaeological Society are hosting a free public conference to introduce Kent’s rich and fascinating history of resistance and revolt.

23 September 2022

Celebrating Kent’s history and heritage

Through the work of the Centre for Kent History and Heritage celebrate Kent Day and discover the county’s past and significant role its people, towns and ports played in UK history.

26 May 2022

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