On Tuesday September 14th at 19.00 UK time the Kent Archaeological Society are delighted to be hosting a talk by esteemed academic and Professor of History at Boston College Robin Fleming, She has written on the political history of viking, Anglo-Saxon, and Anglo-Norman England; English law before the Common Law; Domesday Book; and late-Roman and early medieval material culture.
The Ian Coulson Annual Bursary for local history/archaeology in Kent schools has been established by the Kent Archaeological Society in memory of Ian Coulson. Ian was Adviser for History in Kent schools for over 25 years and, at the time of his premature death in 2015, President of the Kent Archaeological Society. Teachers in Kent schools are invited to apply for the bursary to develop classroom resources based on Kent’s local history and/or archaeology, two of Ian’s great passions. It is open to teachers in both primary and secondary schools.
Following the success of the discussion between Kas Trustee Richard Taylor and President-elect Kerry Brown on the Pegwell Bay excavations, the KAS is organising a series of montly talks by Trustees and committee members.
A live discussion about the evidence and theories around Caesar’s landings at Pegwell Bay and elsewhere.
Part II of the Council for British Archaeology annual Festival of Archaeology is taking place all week from Saturday October 24th to Sunday November 1st. The theme is Climate and Environment.
Following on from Part I, the digital festival earlier in the year, the CBA have launched Part II. With a combination of outdoor and online events there should be somethiing for everyone and the CBA web page will allow you to view all the upcoming events, search for events near you, enter competitions and much, much more.
The Council for British Archaeology have announced an amazing 9 days of digital events based around the theme of climate and the environment.
Their traditional festival events will now be held between October 24th and November 1st. More details to follow.
The Society's Annual Report and Accounts for year ending 31/12/2019 is available on the below link. Read our core objectives and about our plans for the future.
Kent Archives and Local History have put together a virtual commemoration of the VE Day anniversary with 'Kent Voices from VE Day'