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.

2014
1 Oct

Friary biographies, urban fabric and the excavation legacy in England and Wales

1 Oct

Annual General Meeting

5 Nov

The Function and Iconography of the Minstrels’ Gallery at Exeter Cathedral

Reginald Taylor essay medal lecture

Venue: The Linnean Society in Burlington House
(tea and lecture)

3 Dec

‘Barbarous rude things.’ Paintings in the collection of the Society of Antiquaries of London: some new observations

2015
7 Jan

Auxerre’s Cathedral choir and the Question of Regional Gothic Architecture in France

4 Feb

The Cloister in Anglo-Norman England

The George Zarnecki Memorial lecture

1 Apr

Britain’s Atlantic Wall? The Landscape of Coastal Defence during the Second World War

6 May

Places of Power and the Making of Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms: New Archaeological Perspectives from Lyminge, Kent