The Magna Carta Project

Events in November 2014

Historical Association's Great Debate, Canterbury

11 November 2014

Louise Wilkinson will be a guest judge in the Canterbury heat of the Historical Association’s Great Debate, for 6th Form students: ‘What does Magna Carta mean to me?’. Further information on the Great Debate can be found on the Historical Association website.


Archbishop Stephen Langton in History

13 November 2014

David Carpenter, with Professor David d'Avray of UCL, will speak on 'Archbishop Langton in History' to the Europe 1150-1550 seminar at the Institute of Historical Research.


Clarendon Lecture

17 November 2014

David Carpenter will give the annual Clarendon Lecture, on Magna Carta, at Salisbury Cathedral.


Historical Association's Great Debate, Norwich

18 November 2014

Hugh Doherty will be a guest judge in the Norwich heat of the Historical Association’s Great Debate, for 6th Form students: ‘What does Magna Carta mean to me?’. Further information on the Great Debate can be found on the Historical Association website.


Beign Human Festival, Norwich

19 November 2014

As part of the Being Human Festival, Hugh Doherty will give a talk at the Forum, Norwich, on 'The Voice of a Mid-Twelfth-century Knight: the words of Hervey de Glanville'. For more information, see the Being Human Festival website.


‘Mother of Parliaments? Eleanor de Montfort at Odiham in 1265’

21 November 2014

Louise Wilkinson will give a talk on ‘Mother of Parliaments? Eleanor de Montfort at Odiham in 1265’ at the launch of the Magna Carta Anthem, at All Saints Church, Odiham. The event is hosted by the Odiham Society, an official partner of Parliament Week. Further information can be found here.


University of Caen, Normandy

26 November 2014

Nicholas Vincent will speak at the University of Caen, Normandy, on 'Charters and Charter Scholarship in Normandy, Ducarel to Haskins'.

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