Examine the evidence for prehistoric and pre-Christian Roman places of worship and answer questions in relation to religions and societies for which we have no evidence apart from the monuments themselves.
The great house seemed doomed in the years after World War II as a historic anachronism in a society with other priorities - but great country houses and their gardens have enjoyed a remarkable renaissance in the latter part of the 20th-century.
This weekend will seek to document, explore and debate the pioneering contributions made by women to the development of gardens and landscape design from the medieval period to the present.
This day school which draws on current/recent work by staff & students associated with OUDCE will use a range of case studies based on account books/journals to address questions & to illustrate changing practices from the middle ages to the 19th century.
This weekend school will provide an opportunity to explore the development of funeral rites and the commemoration of the dead in England from the middle ages to the nineteenth century.