Monthly Archives: May 2011

Main series of 16th and 17th century cause papers completed

The teams imaging the 16th and 17th century cause papers have now completed the main series of papers and have moved on to the Dean and Chapter cause papers – these are a very similar set of cases concerning people … Continue reading

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Cause Paper Colloquium 27 July 2011.

Colloquium announcement: Cause Papers unwrapped: exploring the resource value and access challenges of the records of the ecclesiastical courts.  A one-day colloquium for archivists and records custodians to share experiences of recent cause paper digitisation projects and exploring ways to … Continue reading

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Dr Philippa Hoskin, University of Lincoln, has been awarded a UROS (Undergraduate Research Opportunities Scheme) grant to work with Lincoln undergraduate, Diane Ranyard, on the project ‘Geography, gender and reputation in the Church Courts of York, 1400-1550’. The project will … Continue reading

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