The Society for Landscape Studies

09.10-09.45 Registration

 

09.45  Welcome and administrative issues

 

09.50  Bill Britnell (Research Associate, Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust): Location, location, location: Neolithic monuments in the Walton Basin

 

10.30 Dr Peter Guest (Reader in Roman Archaeology, University of Cardiff) & Leah Reynolds (University of Cardiff): The impact of the Roman army on the landscape of Wales

 

11.20  Light refreshments

 

11.40  David Austin (Principal Investigator of the AHRC Sacred Landscapes Project):

           Strata Florida: the Sacred Landscapes Project

 

12.20  Evan T. Jones (Senior Lecturer in Economic and Social History, University of Bristol): 

                      The Severn Sea in the fifteenth-sixteenth centuries

 

13.00  Buffet lunch and Society for Landscape Studies AGM

 

14.00  Shaun Evans (Director of the Institute for the Study of Wesh Estates, University of Bangor):

           & Philip Nanney Williams (author of Nannau: a rich tapestry of Welsh history): Estate landscapes in Wales

 

14.50  Speaker to be announced (Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust):The Miners Project

 

15.30  Light refreshments

 

15.50  Eurwyn William (Independent scholar): Building a house on sand

 

16.30  Further questions and discussion

 

17.00  Conference ends

 

Conference fees. Standard fee £28.  Members of the Society for Landscape Studies  and Cambrian Archaeological Association fee £26. Both of these include buffet lunch and all light refreshments. Special Student fee (no refreshments or food) £10.

 

Booking forms are available below or by emailing brianrich457@btinternet.com

or phoning Brian Rich on 01538 384713.

BOOKING FORM

Recent Work on Welsh Landscape History  Saturday 19th October 2019.

Cardiff University Cathays Park Campus, John Percival Building, Colum Drive, Cardiff CF10 3EU (five minutes walk from Cathays Railway Station)

1 All bookings must be received by Friday 4th October 2019

The conference fee is £28 (£26 for CAA and SLS Members) which includes a buffet lunch, light refreshments on arrival, mid-morning and afternoon. There are also a limited number of student tickets, without refreshments or food, at £10. All tickets should be booked in advance.

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This completed form with your cheque * should be posted to: Brian Rich (SLS),

11 Adams Grove, Leek. Staffordshire ST13 8NX

Please email brianrich457@btinternet.com if you have any queries

The preferred method of payment is by cheque. If you do not have a cheque book you can pay by bank transfer, but you must confirm your transfer below. Bank details:

Lloyds Bank

Account holder: The Society for Landscape Studies

Sortcode: 30-92-63

Account number: 01486501

When transferring please insert the following reference: CARDIFF

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Free car parking is available at the John Percival building/ Colum Drive car park IF CAR DETAILS ARE PROVIDED IN ADVANCE. A code for the car park barrier will be provided by email prior to the conference.

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Train travel: those travelling by train should get tickets to Cathays station rather than to Cardiff Central—it should not cost any extra, Cathays Station is 6-minute journey from Cardiff Central, with connections every 15 minutes or so.

AUTUMN CONFERENCE

Saturday 19th October 2019

RECENT WORK IN WELSH LANDSCAPE HISTORY

Cardiff University Cathays Park Campus, John Percival Building, Colum Drive, Cardiff CF10 3EU A conference hosted by the Society for Landscape Studies and the Cambrian Archaeological Association.