The first of a series of conferences on Historic Environment Research takes place this Saturday on the subject of Landscapes of Anglo-Saxon Christianity. Organised by Susan Oosthuizen of the Institute for Continuing Education (ICE) at the University of Cambridge, the conferences aim to provide an opportunity for all those interested in the historic environment to engage with this work, including members of the public, professionals, scholars, policy-makers and volunteers. ICE offers a wide range of study opportunities including weekend, weekly, on-line and modular courses in subjects such as Historic Environment, Archaeology, Anthropology, Ancient History, Classical Studies, Local & Family History and much more!
New for September 2012 is a two-year MSt in Historic Environment designed to be flexible for those in part- or full-time employment. The course includes taught modules on theory, research skills, management policy and conservation in the first year followed by the opportunity to undertake an independent research project in the second year. Applications are now open. To receive an application pack, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone 01223 746273 or contact: Administrator, MSt Historic Environment, University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education, Madingley Hall, Madingley, Cambridge CB23 8AQ.