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UNESCO World Heritage Site and Medieval Faversham
Last week I was in Belfast giving a paper at Queen’s on ‘Starting a new life in Ricardian and https://www.outletmoncler.de Henrician Canterbury’ at the ‘Migration to the Margin’ conference, while Dr Diane Heath was working on her funding bid regarding ‘Medieval Animals’, so I decided to give the blog an Easter break. However, now that I am back in Canterbury, I thought I would provide a short update on the legacy of ‘Tudors and Stuarts 2019’ before moving on to Canterbury UNESCO matters. canada goose coats on sale Moreover, thanks once again to our speakers, canada goose outlet store uk some canada goose jacket outlet of whom gave their time and expertise freely, and to our great canadian goose jacket audiences, we should be able to add about 6,500 to the Ian Coulson Memorial Postgraduate Award fund. This is another fantastic achievement those of us at the Centre are extremely grateful and delighted that we will be able to continue to support CCCU postgraduates researching Kent history canada goose factory outlet topics.
Looking at St Augustine Abbey and Canterbury Cathedral from the CCCU campus
This week brings the Arts Humanities Faculty conference, more on that below, as well as the launch today [1st May] of the Heritage A Z masterminded by Professor Peter Vujakovic with help from Matthew Crockatt to get it set up on the CCCU website. This will come out daily, much like an Advent calendar, and will showcase aspects of Canterbury’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, comprising St Martin’s church, St Augustine’s Abbey and Canterbury Cathedral. ‘A’ is for St Augustine and has been written by Revd Dr Jeremy Law, Dean of the Chapel of canada goose factory sale Canterbury Christ Church University.
St Martin canada goose church with its English yew trees in the ancient churchyard
Canterbury Christ Church University is proud to be leading this initiative because the university campus is within the outer precinct of St Augustine’s Abbey, as well as being delighted to work with partners such as English Heritage, the parish canada goose outlet of St Martin’s, the King’s School and the Dean Chapter of Canterbury Cathedral. The Canterbury UNESCO Site canada goose outlet new york city is celebrating its 30th anniversary and as part of the festivities there will be a 2 day conference on Friday 24th and Saturday 25th May to explore canada goose outlet shop Canterbury’s buy canada goose jacket cheap heritage and to consider uk canada goose how it can be sustained for future generations. Among the distinguished speakers on the Friday will be Chris Blandford, President of World Heritage UK; Jane Gibson, Durham World Heritage Site Co ordinator, and Neil McCollum, Head official canada goose outlet of Historic Properties Kent English Heritage; while on the Saturday CCCU will be welcoming Dr Charles Insley, Head of History at Manchester canada goose outlet University; Dr Charlotte Young, and Heather Newton, Head of Conservation at Canterbury Cathedral, with Sarah Turner, Collections Manager at the cathedral.
In addition, people are most welcome to take part in the St Augustine’s Feast Day service on Thursday 23rd May and the accompanying Procession from St Martin’s church to Canterbury Cathedral Chapter House. This will begin at 5.30pm and should be finished by canada goose black friday sale 6.45pm. This is a free event and we should be delighted to see you for these celebrations.
Diane Heath pop up banner on Faversham Abbey of the Dead borrowed from the Faversham canada goose outlet canada exhibition
Next Wednesday will provide a early opportunity to discover more about the UNESCO site because at 6pm (wine reception from 5.30pm) Paul Bennett (Director of Canterbury Archaeological Trust) will give a free, open lecture as Visiting Professor of Archaeology in Old Sessions. His title is ‘The Canterbury World Heritage site an archaeological perspective’ cheap canada goose do come along, booking not required.
To return to the Faculty conference, which will also be a short report, representatives from the Centre for Kent History and Heritage took part in Panel 3: Enterprise, which drew on the ‘Medieval Faversham’ exhibition that had been created in 2018 to showcase Faversham Town Council’s new Heritage Hub. Some of canada goose outlet online uk you may remember this from last summer, especially Diane’s and Dr Harriet Kersey’s Young Medievalists’ Corner where the young and the not so young made ‘Anglo Saxon’ brooches, ‘medieval’ tiles and other Canada Goose Coats On Sale imitation artefacts as a way of engaging interest in the town’s long and colourful history from King Stephen and Queen Matilda to the town’s prophetic chronicle and a fight over the burial of a Faversham parishioner.
Also displayed today, Harriet Kersey pop up banner on Faversham charter from Henry VIII
Thus the short presentation today discussed how the outreach project canada goose canada goose uk black friday outlet uk team of Diane Heath and me, with the help of Harriet Kersey, a doctoral History student (now a post doc), and led by Professor Louise Wilkinson with Faversham Town Council (and sponsored by Swale District Council through their Heritage Grants scheme) worked to produce an exhibition on ‘Medieval Faversham’ that included several workshops for ‘Young Medievalists’ and several talks. This was an extension of Professor Louise Wilkinson’s Faversham Magna Carta 2015 exhibition and my articles on the medieval town, as well as involving further research by the team at archives in Oxford, London, Maidstone and Canterbury.
Today, I underlined the importance of thorough and nuanced research to create an exhibition that explained the complex in language and ways that are applicable to a wide audience that may have little understanding of their town’s history, or the past more generally. I also sought to highlight the value of the interplay between text and image in the production of exhibition materials as a way to engage people of different ages and backgrounds. Additionally, I drew attention to the continuing relationship between the Centre and Faversham that has involved, among other things, giving talks at the Faversham Swale Heritage Fair this year, and soon Diane will be working with local secondary schools as part of the Impact Case Study in History on Magna Carta.