Lectures

We offer monthly lectures on a wide variety of archaeological and historical subjects, given by experts in their fields. These are free to members.

They usually take place on a Friday evenings at Conway Hall in central London. Click here for information on the location of Conway Hall and how to get there.

We are in the process of planning the lecture programme for Autumn 2022 and Spring 2023 and when it has been finalised, we shall inform members and publish the details on this page.

The programme of lectures for Spring and Summer 2022 is listed below. Please click on the lecture date for further information about it.

Friday July 22 – postponed from June 24
Tim Reynolds: Who are you calling Neanderthal?

Friday May 27
President’s annual lecture – preceded by the Annual General Meeting
Click here for Robin Densem’s notes for his lecture

Friday April 29
Bob Cowie: Syon Abbey revisited: reconstructing late medieval England’s wealthiest nunnery

Friday March 25
Michael Duigan: Statue or God – what is a Greek cult image?
Click here for a postscript to the meeting

Friday February 25
Michael Duigan: Finding the Mind’s Construction in the Face – Portraits of Nero.
Click here for a postscript to the meeting