Please enable JavaScript for this site to run correctly.
 
  • Home
  • Diary of events
  •  

    Due to the current uncertainty due to Covid-19, please do check directly with organisers before making plans to attend any of these events.

    15/06/2021
    London and the Peasants' Revolt: the People of 1381. Webinar organised by the Worshipful Company of Fletchers featuring members of the project. All welcome to join via this zoom link: https://uofglasgow.zoom.us/j/95083501396 Doors open at 5.40pm. The lecture starts at 6pm. Further details available here: http://1381.online/media/?story_id=48

    22/05/2021 to 13/06/2021
    The People of 1381 Outdoor Exhibition at the Wat Tyler Country Park, Pitsea, Essex, part of the Estuary Festival: https://www.estuaryfestival.com/event/detail/the-people-of-1381-outdoor-exhibition.html

    4/03/2021
    Adrian Bell and Helen Lacey, 'The Peasants' Revolt: Summer 1381', Gloucester Branch, Richard III Society: https://www.richardiiigloucester.co.uk/

    21/01/2021
    Helen Lacey and Andrew Prescott, 'Representing the People of 1381', English Language & Linguistics research seminar, University of Glasgow

    13-14/11/2020 (postponed from May 2020): Historical Association Annual Conference, Bristol
    Adrian R. Bell, 'The People of 1381'. Registration details and a full programme for this exciting conference are available at: https://www.haconference.com

    14/05/2020, 1pm: Medieval Economic and Social Seminar, Oriel College, Oxford
    Adrian R. Bell and Helen Lacey, 'The People of 1381: A New Project',

    28/01/2020, 9.30-10.30, 11.30-12.30; 11/02/2020, 9.30-10.45: University of Oxford, Oxford Prospects Programme Lectures
    Helen Lacey, 'The People of 1381: A New Project'

    20/01/2020: Invited Research Seminar, Queens University Belfast
    Adrian R Bell, 'The People of 1381'

    10/01/2020: Gascon Rolls Project Launch, Institute of Historical Research, Senate House, University of London

    Adrian R. Bell, 'The People of 1381 and the Gascon Rolls'

    09/11/2019: Birmingham, Bishop Challoner Catholic College
    Herbert Eiden, '"Serfs you were and serfs you shall remain …" The Peasants' Revolt of 1381 in Essex and south Suffolk'
    An invited talk to newly-qualified and trainee teachers of History for the Prince's Teaching Institute (PTI).