Conference: ART, ARCHITECTURE AND ARCHAEOLOGY IN LATE MEDIEVAL YORK, BAA, 21-25 July, 2017

york-minsterThe conference convenors are Professor Tim Ayers (University of York), Sarah Brown (University of York), Professor Sarah Rees Jones (University of York) and Philip Lankester (University of York and Royal Armouries). Lectures will cover Art, Architecture and Archaeology in Late Medieval York including introductory surveys of Roman York and Early Medieval and Anglo-Scandinavian York; and papers involving York Castle, York Minster, including the Chapter House; and other late medieval ecclesiastical and secular buildings in York including St Michael-le-Belfrey. Speakers include Peter Addyman, Jeremy Ashbee, Richard Beadle, Sarah Brown, Alex Buchanan, Kate Giles, Jeremy Goldberg, David Harrison, Stuart Harrison, Alex Holton, Ailsa Mainman, Hilary Moxon, Julian Munby, Christopher Norton, Patrick Ottaway, John Oxley Christopher Paterson, Philippa Turner, Lisa Reilly, Sarah Rees Jones, Jayne Rimmer and Mary Shepard.

In York there will be site visits to various parts of York Minster, walking tours south and north of the river which we hope will include St Mary’s Abbey, The Yorkshire Museum, All Saints North Street, Holy Trinity Micklegate, Baile Hill, Clifford’s Tower, St Anthony’s and the Merchant Adventurers’ Halls, Goodramgate, King’s Square, Stonegate and St Helen’s Square. All site visits will be on foot.
Booking forms and cheques (payable to the British Archaeological Association) should be sent to Kate Milburn at 34 Latimer Road, London, SW19 1EP by Friday 21st April, 2017. If you have any questions regarding the conference please email Kate Milburn catherinemilburn@madasafish.com

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