Lecture held every 2-3 years: 'Registration is not required for this event. Seats will be allocated on arrival'.
Monthly evening lectures: 'Provide a series of illustrated public presentations explaining and informing on recent archaeological findings and new theories'.
Details of 'events run by ARCH and other groups throughout the Highlands'.
Winter programme, usually first Wednesday of the month: 'Meetings are held at 5.00 pm ... Tea will be served at 4.30 pm ... Non-members are welcome to attend occasional lectures but are asked to make themselves known to the Hon. Director on arrival and to sign the visitors book ... New members are always welcome and applications are invited from anyone pursuing an interest in archaeology, art & architectural history, history and related matters, whether as an amateur or in a professional capacity.'
'The CBA hosts, organises and coordinates a large number of events throughout the year, ranging from hands-on training sessions and workshops to lectures and holidays.'
Beatrice de Cardi Lecture
Festival of British Archaeology
Forthcoming Public Lectures and Talks.
Malinowski Memorial Lectures
London School of Economics and Political Science
>>> Seminar Series
'The Department holds a range of seminars in the Daryll Forde Seminar Room every week during term time. These seminars are open to all.' Enquire about attendance.
'The York Seminars are open to everyone and provide an opportunity for guest speakers to present their current research. The seminars usually take place on Wednesdays during the autumn and spring terms. This year some dates have been added during the summer term.' Enquire about attendance.
University of York
Occasional talks, some organized by the local archaeology and geology societies.
Dorset Natural History & Archaeological Society
Occasional events listed that are open to the public. Enquire about attendance.
Institute of Archaeology/British Museum Medieval Seminar Series | Sir David Wilson Lecture in Medieval Studies
UCL | Centre for Audio-Visual Study and Practice in Archaeology
Lists a wide range of lectures and related events within the Institute and elsewhere within Cambridge. Arrangements vary: check details - especially whether events of interest are open to the public.
University of Cambridge
'The Oriental Museum has a busy programme of events for adults and families relating to our collections and temporary exhibitions ... Information on the Friends of the Oriental Museum Lecture Series and other Friends events can be found on the Friends page.'
>>> Friends of the Petrie >>> Events
'The Friends hold lectures, special events and social occasions throughout the year ... Lectures: non-members welcome.'
Talks organized by the Friends of the Pitt Rivers Museum: 'The Friends see their role as that of raising public awareness of the Museum and its collections: they organise a programme of lectures and events, co-ordinate volunteers and provide support for museum purchases and publications ... Visitors are always welcome, but are asked to make a £2.00 contribution towards costs.'
University of Oxford
Meets 'Tuesday evenings, 6.15 - 9.00 pm. £10 (waged)/£5 (unwaged)/£3 (student) per lecture ... The Radical Anthropology Group is about anthropology - the ways in which we are, and the ways in which we came to be, human. Everyone with an interest in anthropology is welcome to attend our weekly Tuesday lectures'.
>>> Events Calendar
Occasional public lectures.
Huxley Memorial Lecture | Henry Myers Lecture | Curl Lecture
>>> Lecture Programme ...
'Every year from October to May the Institute presents a series of lectures by visiting speakers on the latest developments within its areas of interest ... Members may bring a guest ... Membership of the Institute is open to anyone interested in the work of the Institute; there are no application procedures. Membership brings many benefits: A yearly programme of free lectures ...'
'The School is associated with several long-established special lecture series, in particular the Marett Lecture (Exeter College), the Evans-Pritchard Lectures (All Souls), and the Kaberry, Richards, and Ward Lectures organized by the International Gender Studies Centre at QEH. The School also hosts rotating lecture series, such as the Frazer Lecture (2005), and has attracted external funding to support many of its seminar series, workshops, and discussion groups. In addition, Oxford colleges run anthropological series, such as the Green College Medical Anthropology seminars. Institutes and centres within the school run their own series ...'
University of Oxford | Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology | Institute of Human Sciences | Institute of Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology | Centre on Migration, Policy and Society | Pitt Rivers Museum
>>> Public Lecture Programme
'The Society of Antiquaries is holding a Public Lecture Series that is free and open for all to attend. '
'The Society is justly pround of its Programme of events, which contribute to the realisation of the main field of activity that relates to the Society: research, as set out in the first of its Laws. As part of its charitable status the Society is required to make the results of all its activities available to the public and thus ‘educate' in the widest sense. The monthly lectures throughout the Society year, the conferences, symposia, workshops and, of course, the publications, all make this possible ... All our events are now open to non-Fellows and Fellows alike, please feel free to make others aware of our programme.'
'Many lectures and other events are now available to view free online.'
>>> What's On
'Find out about up and comings events, exhibitions and workshops at The Hive. From music, drama and art to learning opportunities, workshops, book clubs and lectures ...'
Worcester Library and History Centre | University of Worcester | Worcestershire Historic Environment and Archaeology Service | Worcestershire Record Office
>>> What's On
'The Museum has a busy programme of family events, courses, lectures and tours.'
'The West Yorkshire Heritage Forum is intended to be a meeting place, both physically and on the internet, for all types of groups and individuals who are involved in or concerned about any and all aspects of the area’s heritage; it is to be open to amateurs and professionals as well as the just interested.'
>>> Curators' Talks
Programme of Curators' Talks which run 12.30 pm - 1.00 pm: 'All these lunchtime talks are free (aside from usual admission charge)'
York Museums Trust