Wednesday 20 January 2021 at 10.00: Professor Phillipp Schofield of Aberystwyth University will lead a discussion on medieval peasantry and husbandry in Suffolk.
Wednesday 27 January 2021 at 10.00: Professor Carole Rawcliffe of the University of East Anglia will lead a discussion on The upwardly mobile gentry of fifteenth-century East Anglia: Nicholas Parker of Dunwich and Honing.
Online talks 2020
Dec 02: Keith Briggs & Nick Amor: Ships in medieval Ipswich.
Nov 18: Clive Chambers: Orford Ness and its use in the development of military aviation during both World Wars and the Cold War. Clive is the archivist and oral history recorder as well as a tour guide for the National Trust on Orford Ness.
Nov 04: Dr John Belcher:The foldcourse and East Anglian agriculture and landscape, 1100-1900, to be published by Boydell & Brewer. For more details about the book see https://boydellandbrewer.com/the-foldcourse-and-east-anglian-agriculture-and-landscape-1100-1900-hb.html
Oct 07: Bob Carr - Substantially Norman – Stanningfield church
Sep 23 Dr James Davis - Re-evaluating Suffolk's medieval markets
Sep 08: Dr Rosemary Hoppitt - Deer parks of Suffolk 1086-1602 (book launch)
Aug 29: Prof Maryanne Kowaleski - Foreigners in medieval Suffolk: an introduction to the England's immigrants project (Slides available at http://keithbriggs.info/Kowaleski_Foreigners_in_Suffolk_in_EIDB_2020-08-29.pdf )
Aug 12: Dr Heather Falvey - Glimpses of late medieval religion In Suffolk and elsewhere: evidence from the cult of King Henry VI
Jul 29: Keith Wade - Anglo-Saxon Ipswich
Jul 15: Dr Philip Slavin - Suffolk during the Great Famine of 1315-17
Jul 01: Dr Harvey Osborne - Workhouse disorder 1835-55 in Suffolk
Jun 17: Jude Plouviez - Roman hoards
Jun 03: Dr Keith Briggs - Ipswich thirteenth-century surnames (Slides available at http://keithbriggs.info/Briggs_SIAH_2020-06-03_Ipswich_surnames.pdf )
May 20: Jo Caruth - Suffolk in the fifth century
May 06: Edward Martin - John Stevens Henslow - rector of Hitcham, botanist, geologist, and friend and mentor to Charles Darwin
Apr 22: Dr Jo Sear - The origins of the consumer revolution in England
Apr 08: Professor Diarmaid MacCulloch - Suffolk and the Tudors