The BAA holds regular monthly lectures on the first Wednesday of each month between October and May. Almost all lectures take place at the Society of Antiquaries of London.
Within the overall cycle of the Annual Lectures the Association occasionally stages a commemorative lecture series. Thus, between 1999 and 2001 there were seven Millenium Review Lectures, intended to act as overviews of current trends in scholarship over a number of subject areas. The most recent initiative was the George Zarnecki Memorial Lecture. Established in 2009, this ran for a period of seven years as the result of a generous donation from John Osborn, an enthusiastic member of the BAA and aficionado of all things Romanesque. The lecture was held in February or March and was followed by a reception at the Society of Antiquaries. The series is now finished, though a list of the George Zarnecki lecture series can be found in the archive.
All our lectures welcome professional scholars and amateur enthusiasts alike, and are open to non-members.