Aims and activities
The Medieval Studies Section provides a lecture programme, an annual Journal ‘Medieval Yorkshire’ and, occasionally, other activities designed to appeal to those interested in the period spanning from Anglo-Saxon times to the sixteenth century.
We meet several times a year in locations throughout Yorkshire to visit medieval sites and to hear experts speak on the archaeology, history, architecture and landscape of the area in the Middle Ages.
Themes for past day schools have included industry, farming, crafts, town and country, trade, monasteries, arms manufacture, transport, site preservation, land tenure, the rich and the poor.
To keep up to date with our events and activities follow this link to the Medieval Studies Section Blog on Facebook
There are two categories of membership:
- Member of our parent body, the Yorkshire Archaeological & Historical Society, who can join the Section at a special rate
- Member of the Medieval Section only
Subscriptions are due on the 1st January each year and include a copy of ‘Medieval Yorkshire’
As a registered charity, the Yorkshire Archaeological & Historical Society is eligible for the Gift Aid scheme. If you are a UK taxpayer you can at no extra cost to yourself make every pound you subscribe worth an extra 25 pence.
Details of subscription rates and the Gift Aid can be found on the Membership page.
The members of the Section's committee are as follows. Email the Secretary or the Journal editor by clicking on the name:
|| Axel Müller
|| Jo Heron
|| David Asquith
|| Ian Roberts
| Sue Alexander (co-opted)