Meetings & Events

Annual Lecture Series

The BAA holds regular monthly lectures on the first Wednesday of each month between October and May.  The lectures are open to all and provide an opportunity for professionals, students and independent scholars to present research that fall within our areas of interest.  The lecture series provides a chance to have a broad range of topics and subjects within this area and allows the Association to invite speakers on topical and current issues that have a bearing on its interests as well as those that relate to its core area of specialism.  We aim to cover British and European topics with an art historical, archaeological, architectural, historiographical elements.

The is a chance to view some of the archived lectures on YouTube.

Recorded lectures from our annual lecture series

 

2016
7 Dec

‘Monuments in Wax: Form and Function in Medieval Charters’

2017
4 Jan

‘The Great English Medieval Bridges: Designs and Functions.’

Venue: The lecture will be followed by the Association’s Twelfth-Night Party

1 Feb

‘When is a Cathedral not a Cathedral? Typologies of Secular and Monastic in the English Great Church.’

1 Mar

‘The Medieval Glazing of Westminster Abbey: New Discoveries’

5 Apr

“See God Face to Face; Pray for the King’: The Late Medieval Painted Glass of Winchester Cathedral c1495-c1515’

3 May

‘The Late Medieval Master Mason as Manager; a New Assessment based on a Systematic Analysis of the English Cathedral Fabric Rolls’

Venue: The lecture will be followed by the President’s Reception