THE DUGDALE SOCIETY
A one day conference to celebrate the centenary of the Society
16 May 2020
Shakespeare Centre, Henley Street,
Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 6QW
John Speed map of Warwickshire, 1610
Image courtesy of Cambridge University Digitial Library
Saturday 16 May 2020
9.45 a.m. – 6.00 p.m.
Robert Bearman, The Dugdale Society, 1920-2020 : all plain sailing?
Peter Coss, The beginnings of Coventry
Richard Goddard, Was commerce in late medieval Coventry restricted by regulation?
Andrew Watkins, Studying late medieval small towns in Warwickshire, 1920-2020.
Cathryn Enis, Religion, rebellion and red jackets: changing approaches to society and politics in sixteenth-century Warwickshire
Susan Cogan, Social networks and concord in post-Reformation Warwickshire
Nat Alcock, The discovery of Warwickshire’s vernacular architecture
Diarmaid MacCulloch, Infinite riches in a little room: putting local history into general history (Chair, President)
Ann Hughes, New approaches to Warwickshire and the Civil War. From causes to consequences, from economics to culture?
Jon Stobart, Writing histories of the landed elite, c.1660-1914
John Beckett, The Victoria County History in Warwickshire
Sarah Richardson, Warwickshire women and the fight for the vote
Catherine Richardson, Shakespeare and the Warwickshire landscape in the age of the tourist
Christopher Dyer, Winding up