Mediaeval Castles & Great Houses
4 July at 10:00 am to 4:30 pm
A 2 session course... 12 hours for £36, concessions available.
James Wright is back with us again, following his very popular course on Historic Graffiti.
Using architectural history, buildings archaeology, art history and landscape studies the purposes, status and developments of mediaeval castles are scrutinised in depth. Drawing on practical experience of fieldwork and research this course is set against the backdrop of contemporary approaches to castle studies. Initially discussing the definition of what a castle is (and isn’t!), the architectural development of castles, great houses and palaces is traced. Subsequently, a wider approach is taken – looking at landscapes of lordship castle builders, and household staff in castle life.
To be eligible for this course you must be available for both sessions; this course starts on 4th July 2019 and continues on 11th July 2019.
Tea, coffee & biscuits provided.
Booking is essential. For an enrolment form please email email@example.com or telephone 01529 461499.
This lifelong learning course is part of the Grow programme organised by the Lincolnshire County Council Community Learning service. We aim to attract new learners and courses are open to all aged 19 and over on 31 August 2018.