Monthly Archives: April 2015

Immigrants and Agincourt: An election special on ‘Englishness’? 18 April

On Saturday 18 April we host our annual visit by the Ranulf Higden Society. This year’s meeting is topical to say the least, but one of the papers on  ‘immigrants’ is not from a UKIP campaign, but rather deals with … Continue reading

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Commemorating the Great War: Frank Tomkinson of Tunstall

In 1989 a small group of adult students attended a monthly Saturday class on the First World War, organised by Keele’s department of adult education, and taught by a visiting academic, Dr (later Professor) Richard Holmes who would drive to … Continue reading

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Students, Lawyers and all that: An edition of a thirteenth-century record

Most students never imagine that their work will be published. But, for over a quarter of a century Keele University has hosted an annual summer school for the study of Latin & Palaeography, a week during which students learn how … Continue reading

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