Domesday Now conference - book your place
A one-day academic conference on Domesday Book is being held at The National Archives on Saturday 17 September. Domesday Book is the oldest public record in England and, although it has been the subject of study for over 200 years, it remains a controversial and often mysterious source. This one-day conference explores recent discoveries about the making of Domesday Book, and examines radical new interpretations of its data.
There are still places available at what promises to be a fascinating conference. To book your place and see further details, please visit www.domesdaynow.co.uk/.
This conference has been organised by leading Domesday scholars David Roffe (University of Sheffield) and Katharine Keats-Rohan (Oxford University).