Join Us on 19th November, 2015  at 6.30 to celebrate the Founders of our Department!

The Stenton Lecture, an annual lecture by an eminent historian, is hosted by the Department every year in late November. It is a prestigious event and the highlight in the Department’s seminar series. But who was Stenton? And why is this annual lecture named after him? There were in fact two Stentons, Sir Frank and Lady Doris. Together they are responsible for the founding of our Department and their names still inspire admiration and  fondness in the world of academic historians.

This year Stenton Lecture will be given by Professor Anne Curry and will commemorate the 600th Anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt.

The Lecture will be preceded by a symposium on The “Great Battle” in medieval history.

For full details & to book your place, please go to Stenton Lecture 2015



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