Nicholas Vincent will speak at a special Castle Debate, 'Magna Carta: our legal right to a healthy environment'.
Nicholas Vincent will be giving a lecture at Hereford Cathedral, titled 'The Hereford Magna Carta'.
Nicholas Vincent will speak in Cheltenham on Magna Carta.
Louise Wilkinson will be talking on Magna Carta at The Alexander Centre, Faversham.
David Carpenter, Nicholas Vincent and Sophie Ambler will speak at a public event at the British Library on Magna Carta.
Various members of the project will be speaking at a conference at Christ Church Canterbury University: 'Magna Carta, King John and the Civil War in Kent'. The event is being held in partnership with the Canterbury Branch of the Historical Association and the Canterbury Cathedral Archives and Library, and will coincide with the launch of an exhibition on the Charter at the Beaney Museum, Canterbury. Further information can be found on the conference webpage.
Hugh Doherty, David Carpenter and Paul Brand will speak at a day school on Magna Carta, hosted by the Department for Continuing Education at the University of Oxford. More information can be found on the Department's website.
The Magna Carta Project, together with the British Library, will host a major conference at King’s College London and the British Library (17-19 June 2015).
Nicholas Vincent will contribute to a discussion at the British Library on European parallels to Magna Carta. Other contributors will include Martyn Rady (SSEES) and Graham Loud (University of Leeds).
Nicholas Vincent will give a lecture at the University of the Third Age, Highgate, on 'Magna Carta 800 Years on'.
Nicholas Vincent and Sophie Ambler will speak at a conference on Magna Carta and Freedom of Religion or Belief at St Hugh's College, Oxford.
David Carpenter will speak about Magna Carta to the Friends of the Personal Suppot Unit at Lincoln's Inn.
The Pipe Roll Society Annual Lecture will consist of a debate on Magna Carta, with contributions from Paul Brand, David Carpenter, David Crook, John Maddicott, Nicholas Vincent, Louise Wilkinson and others. It will be held at the National Archives, Kew.
Sophie Ambler will be speaking at the meeting of the University of the Third Age in Suffolk, on the topic of Simon de Montfort and Magna Carta.
David Carpenter will speak at an event in the Great Hall of Broughton Castle, near Banbury, on the origins of Magna Carta.