The Regional Historic Environment Research Framework for the East of England is currently undergoing a comprehensive review, funded by Historic England.
The aim of this project, developed by ALGAO East of England supported by Historic England, is to produce an updated Historic Environment Research Framework that encompasses the needs of the historic environment sector in the East of England. The project will establish an accessible, interactive Framework that can be readily updated and sustained beyond the lifespan of the project. The Framework will make use of an online hub developed collaboratively with Historic England which will bring together disparate resources for anyone engaged in historic environment research in the region.
The workshops for this review will take place in autumn 2018, as follows:
|Thursday 20 September||a.m.||Early and Middle Bronze Age||Cambridge (Brooklands)||https://eba-mba.eventbrite.co.uk|
|Thursday 20 September||p.m.||Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age||Cambridge (Brooklands)||https://lba-mia.eventbrite.co.uk|
|Thursday 27 September||a.m.||Early Anglo-Saxon||Cambridge (Brooklands)||https://early-saxon.eventbrite.co.uk|
|Thursday 27 September||p.m.||Middle and Late Anglo-Saxon||Cambridge (Brooklands)||https://middle-late-saxon.eventbrite.co.uk|
|Monday 8 October||a.m.||Late Iron Age and Roman||Circus, Colchester||https://lia-roman.eventbrite.co.uk|
|Monday 8 October||p.m.||Post-medieval||Circus, Colchester||https://post-medieval.eventbrite.co.uk|
|Thursday 11 October||a.m.||Medieval urban||Cambridge (Brooklands)||https://medieval-urban.eventbrite.co.uk|
|Thursday 11 October||p.m.||Medieval rural||Cambridge (Brooklands)||https://medieval-rural.eventbrite.co.uk|
|Thursday 31 January 2019||a.m.||Palaeolithic & Mesolithic||Cambridge (Brooklands)||https://pal-meso.eventbrite.co.uk|
|Thursday 31 January 2019||p.m.||Neolithic||Cambridge (Brooklands)||https://neolithic.eventbrite.co.uk|
A series of period-based summaries have been produced, bringing the Framework up to date in line with current understanding and interpretations and highlighting new research and projects. The first of these summaries are available below. Comments and feedback on these are welcomed via email.
- Palaeolithic and Mesolithic by Lawrence Billington
- Neolithic by Jonathan Last
- Early to Middle Bronze Age by Anwen Cooper
- Late Bronze Age to Middle Iron Age by Matt Brudenell
- Late Iron Age and Roman by Christopher Evans
- Early Anglo-Saxon by Catherine Hills
- Middle and Late Anglo-Saxon by Richard Hoggett
- Medieval Rural by Edward Martin
- Medieval Urban by Abby Antrobus and Brian Ayers
- Post-medieval by David Andrews