Best-selling author of 'The Northumbrians: North East England and its People, A New History', Dr Dan Jackson, delivers the annual IMEMS Durham World Heritage Lecture as part of the 2022 World Heritage Day celebrations.
On Tuesday 26 April at 5.15pm, Stephen Bann, Emeritus Professor of the History of Art from the University of Bristol presents the 2022 Centre for Visual Arts and Culture / Institute for Medieval and Early Modern Studies Lecture on Signs and Traces of the English Civil War
26 April 2022
5:15 PM - 7:00 PM
This event is in-person at Durham Town Hall and online via Zoom
On Saturday 14 May 2022, Blackfriars will host, in partnership with Durham University's IMEMS (*), the 19th Public lecture on Food Culture After the Baltic Crusade.
The talk will be complemented by a carefully selected menu, emulating some of the foods and flavours of the eastern Baltic following the pivotal events of the crusades.
To Book: https://www.blackfriarsrestaurant.co.uk/events/1481/medieval-lecture-food-culture-after-the-baltic-crusades
Prof. Richard Scholar, Co-Director of the Early Modern Keywords research strand at Durham, takes part in a round table on 'Working with Keywords' as part of a Cross-Channel Workshop on 'European perspectives on the Renaissance'.