September 2022 Lecture: Settlement and society in medieval Lancashire – the records of forest justice

Dr Fiona Edmunds' talk derives from an ongoing project to bring the editing and translation of Lancashire's medieval forest records to fruition. The records shed much light on settlement, society and the environment in the county during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries.

Dr Fiona Edmunds, Reader in Regional History and Director of the Regional Heritage Centre at the University of Lancaster

Wednesday 28 September 2022, 2pm

Dr Edmunds’ talk derives from an ongoing project to bring the editing and translation of Lancashire’s medieval forest records to fruition. The records shed much light on settlement, society and the environment in the county during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries.

The lecture will take place via Zoom with places reserved via Eventbrite – details to follow

Image: Looking towards Parlick in Lancashire’s medieval forest (photo: Fiona Edmunds)

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