On behalf of Jake Weekes:
I would be grateful if you could forward this invitation and attachment
to colleagues, staff, students, heritage related email networks and
anyone who might be interested in attending the South East Research
Framework Public Seminar Series at the Institute of Archaeology in
London this Autumn!
Public Seminars on the Archaeology and History of the South-East
You are invited to take part in a public seminar series for the South
East Research Framework (SERF). The SERF project is a forum for
re-examining the historic environment of East Sussex, Kent, Surrey and
West Sussex, providing an opportunity for us all to take stock of what
we currently know (and don't know!) about our region's past. We can then
begin to identify priorities for future research and plan how resources
might best be allocated.
The day-long meetings will be held on Saturdays in Autumn 2007 at the
Institute of Archaeology, University College London
(www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology <http://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology> ) and will
be open to all. We shall be discussing the archaeology and history of
south-east England from the Palaeolithic right through to the Modern
period (see the attached poster for details) as part of the Resource
Assessment stage of the project. Each day will include speakers on
various subjects as well as plenty of time for questions and discussion.
There will be no fee for attending, and tea and coffee will be
A4 posters can also be downloaded from the SERF project web pages at
www.kent.gov.uk/serf <http://www.kent.gov.uk/serf> , where further
details of the seminars and indeed the project as a whole are available.
You can also contact us by email at [log in to unmask]
<mailto:[log in to unmask]> . If you would like to attend any of the
meetings I would be grateful if you could let me know in advance, either
by email, or by post to the address below.
Dr Jake Weekes
South East Historic Environment Research Framework
Environment & Waste
Kent County Council
Tel: 01622 221367
Fax: 01622 221636
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