From the Cotswolds to the Chilterns: The Historic Landscape of Oxfordshire

The Society for Landscape Studies and Oxfordshire Architectural and Historical Society will be hosting a conference at St Anne’s College, Oxford on 21st October 2017:

From the Cotswolds to the Chilterns
The historic landscapes of Oxfordshire

Speakers include:

Anglo-Saxon Oxfordshire: Dorchester-on-Thames and the origins of Wessex
Helena Hamerow (Oxford University)

The South Oxfordshire Project: perceptions of landscape, settlement and society, c.500-1650
Stephen Mileson (Oxford University/VCH Oxfordshire)

The Victoria County History in and around Wychwood Forest
Simon Townley and Simon Draper (VCH Oxfordshire)

Period, people and place: houses in the Oxfordshire landscape
David Clark (Oxfordshire Buildings Record)

Clues to landscape use: evidence from Oxfordshire farm buildings
Heather Horner (Oxfordshire Buildings Record)

The Enstone Marvels and other Oxfordshire wonders of the 17th century
Stephen Wass (Oxford University/Polyolbion Archaeology)

20th century Oxfordshire landscapes
Trevor Rowley (Oxford University)

Cotswolds to Chilterns
By Saffron Blaze (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

For more information, check out the conference’s poster here!

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