IKUWA 3 Call for Papers, Mary Rose Silver Jubilee Lectures


IKUWA 3 Call for Papers

The IKUWA 3 conference committee is calling for abstracts of 250-500 words. The closing date for abstracts is the 30th September 2007.

The conference “Beyond Boundaries” will be held on the 10-12 July 2008 at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London.

Details of the conference themes and contact details for the committee are available in the IKUWA 3 call for papers circular.

Mary Rose Silver Jubilee Lectures

Thursday 11th October 2007 marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the raising of the Mary Rose. To mark the occasion, the Mary Rose Trust is hosting a series of events highlighting the importance of the Mary Rose.

Raising the Mary Rose (Mary Rose Trust)

The programme includes a lecture series between the 10th and 12th October in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. In addition to lectures, several evening receptions are programmed. Speakers will include past and present Mary Rose Trust staff and other historians and archaeologists.

Details of the lectures can be found on the Mary Rose Lecture Leaflet

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3 thoughts on “IKUWA 3 Call for Papers, Mary Rose Silver Jubilee Lectures

  1. ben watson says:

    I was wondering if you could help. I am producing a film about the ship the Sea Venture here in Bermuda. Within the film we mention Margaret Rule and the Mary Rose project.

    In an archived post from 2007 about the Mary Rose Silver Jubilee Lectures there is picture of the ship being raised.

    Do you have that image in a higher resolution that we could use in the film, alternatively do you know the source of that image?

    Many thanks for any help you can offer

    Best wishes

    Ben Watson

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