IMS Open Lecture: 'Triumph and Disaster: New Archaeological Evidence'
- Date: Tuesday 4 December 2018, 17:30 – 19:00
- Location: Parkinson Building
- Cost: Free
This IMS Open Lecture, presented by Carenza Lewis (University of Lincoln), is titled 'Triumph and Disaster: New Archaeological Evidence'.
IMS Open Lecture Series
Every year the IMS Open Lecture Series showcases cutting-edge research by leading scholars in important aspects of medieval studies. All lectures are free of charge, take place in the Nathan Bodington Council Chamber in the Parkinson Building, and are followed by a drinks reception. Lectures begin at 17:30.
All queries can be directed to Axel Muller (A.Muller@leeds.ac.uk) or Chris Marks, the Open Lectures IMS Intern (IMSlectures@leeds.ac.uk).
This IMS Open Lecture, presented by Carenza Lewis (Professor for the Public Understanding of Research, School of History & Heritage, University of Lincoln), is titled 'Triumph and Disaster: New Archaeological Evidence Exposing the Turbulent Development of Rural Settlements'.
The next lecture will take place on 19 February 2019, and will be presented by Jeremy Johns (University of Oxford).
All are welcome!