DGT AUTUMN CONFERENCE
Digging for Gardens: Garden Archaeology Today
Saturday 28th September 2013 | Longdown Village Hall | 10.00h - 16.00h
Chairman: Steven Pugsley
Tom Williamson, University of East Anglia - 'Where does the garden end? Landscape archaeology and the definition of design.'
Rob Wilson-North, Conservation Officer for Exmoor National Park - ‘Seeing Beyond the Flowers: The archaeology of gardens.’
Brian Dix, Garden Archaeologist - ‘Here’s one made earlier – Archaeology and Garden Reconstruction.’
Todd Gray, Research Fellow, Department of History, University of Exeter - `The Garden Archaeology of the Devon Church.'
Penny Cunningham, Department of Archaeology, University of Exeter - 'Unravelling a polite landscape: Community archaeology at Poltimore.'
Booking essential. Delegate fee £35 (DGT member) / £40 (non-member) per person to include refreshments on arrival and lunch. There are a limited number of student places available at a discounted rate - please contact Clare Greener (see below).
For more details about the conference please contact Clare Greener (firstname.lastname@example.org).