Conferences

Annual Conference

The Association holds an annual conference at a centre of established importance in the medieval period, usually in the British Isles and occasionally in mainland Europe.

The annual conferences focus on the medieval art, architecture and archaeology of one location, and visit all the city’s or areas most important medieval sites, including some not usually accessible to the public.

more about our Annual Conferences

Romanesque Conference

The biennial series of International Romanesque Conferences was launched in 2010 as the result of a generous donation from one of the Association’s members, John Osborn.

more about our Romanesque Conferences

Who can attend?

All our conferences welcome professional scholars and amateur enthusiasts alike, and are open to non-members.

Past conferences

  • 
2013 Westminster
  • 
2012 Norwich
  • 2012 Romanesque: Palermo
  • 2011 Krakow
  • 2010 Newcastle
  • 2010 Romanesque: London
  • 2009 Canterbury
  • 2008 Limerick
  • 2007 Coventry
  • 2006 Prague
  • 2005 King’s Lynn
  • 2004 Cardiff
  • 2003 Mainz
  • 2002 Rochester
  • 2001 Carlisle
  • 2000 Angers
  • 1999 St Albans
  • 
1998 Windsor
  • 1997 Glasgow
  • 1996 Bristol
  • 1995 Southwell
  • 1994 Bury St Edmunds
  • 1993 Utrecht
  • 1992 Chester
  • 1991 Salisbury
  • 1990 Hereford
  • 1989 Rouen
  • 1988 York
  • 1987 Lichfield
  • 1986 St Andrews
  • 1985 Exeter
  • 1984 London
  • 1983 Hull & Beverley
  • 1982 Lincoln
  • 1981 Gloucester and Tewkesbury
  • 1980 Winchester
  • 1979 Canterbury
  • 1978 Wells and Glastonbury
  • 1977 Durham
  • 1976 Ely
  • 1975 Worcester
  • 1964 Hull
  • 1963 Peterborough
  • 1962 Bath
  • 1961 Exeter
  • 1960 Hereford
  • 1959 Salisbury
  • 1958 Lincoln
  • 1957 Leamington Spa
  • 1956 Harrogate
  • 
1955 Bury St Edmunds
  • 
1954 Malvern
  • 1953 King’s Lynn
  • 1952 Brighton
  • 1951 Matlock
  • 1950 Sherborne
  • 1949 Chester
  • 1948 Gloucester
  • 1947 Northampton
  • 1940 Kingston upon Thames
  • 1939 Shrewsbury
  • 1938 Banbury
  • 1937 Colchester
  • 1936 Hereford
  • 1935 East Kent
  • 1934 Sheringham
  • 1933 Nottingham
  • 1932 Weymouth
  • 
1931 Peterborough
  • 
1930 Great Malvern
  • 1929 Newport
  • 1928 Ipswich
  • 1927 Exeter
  • 1926 Chester
  • 1925 Norwich
  • 1924 Hastings
  • 1923 York
  • 1922 Bath
  • 
1921 Lincoln
  • 1920 Shrewsbury
  • 1919 Colchester
  • 
1918 London
  • 1917 Brighton
  • 1916 Southampton
  • 1915 Isle of Wight
  • 1914 Canterbury
  • 1913 Cambridge
  • 1912 Gloucester
  • 1911 London
  • 1910 Warwick
  • 1908 Carlisle
  • 1907 Weymouth
  • 1906 Nottingham
  • 1905 Reading
  • 
1904 Bath
  • 1903 Sheffeld
  • 1902 Westminster
  • 1901 Newcastle
  • 1900 Leicester
  • 1899 Buxton
  • 1898 Peterborough
  • 1897 Conway
  • 1896 London
  • 1895 Stoke-on-Trent
  • 1894 Manchester
  • 1893 Winchester
  • 1892 Cardiff
  • 1891 York
  • 1890 Oxford
  • 
1889 Lincoln
  • 1888 Glasgow
  • 1887 Liverpool
  • 1886 Darlington
  • 
1885 Brighton
  • 1884 Tenby
  • 1883 Dover
  • 1882 Plymouth
  • 1881 Great Malvern
  • 1880 Devizes
  • 1879 Yarmouth & Norwich
  • 1878 Wisbech
  • 1877 Llangollen
  • 1876 Bodmin & Penzance
  • 1875 Evesham
  • 1874 Bristol
  • 1873 Sheffield
  • 1872 Wolverhampton
  • 1871 Weymouth
  • 1870 Hereford
  • 1869 St Albans
  • 1868 Cirencester
  • 1867 Ludlow
  • 1866 Hastings
  • 1865 Durham
  • 1864 Ipswich
  • 1863 Leeds
  • 1862 Leicester
  • 1861 Exeter
  • 1860 Shrewsbury
  • 1859 Newbury
  • 1858 Salisbury
  • 1857 Norwich
  • 1856 Bridgwater & Bath
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1855 Isle of Wight
  • 1854 Chepstow
  • 1853 Rochester
  • 1852 Newark
  • 1851 Derby
  • 1850 Manchester and Lancaster
  • 1849 Chester
  • 1848 Worcester
  • 1847 Warwick
  • 1846 Gloucester
  • 1845 Winchester
  • 1844 Canterbury