The FeedSax project has really been gathering momentum over the last few months, pushing ahead with new analyses and interpretations even as the team members have been adapting to the “new normal”.
To bring our findings forth into the world, along with the work of colleagues in related fields, we’re holding a two-day conference this winter, Monday 7th – Tuesday 8th December 2020. It’s called New perspectives on the medieval ‘agricultural revolution’, and we would love for you to attend!
The conference will be an online event, a “virtual conference” held entirely by video link, so we warmly encourage you to attend, no matter where you are in the world. All you need is a computer with a webcam, microphone and internet connection. Registration is free.
Unfortunately, this being cyberspace, we won’t be able to regale you with coffee, wine and nibbles. But we can certainly offer you a delectable line-up of fascinating talks, ranging from fields to folds, from rotation to traction, from Roman to medieval, from Norfolk to northern France… there’s even a talk about beer.
See the full programme, and register to attend, on our conference webpage: https://feedsax.arch.ox.ac.uk/conference.html
We look forward to seeing you there!
But bring your own nibbles.