Carenza Lewis, ‘Our Lincolnshire’ project lead, is giving a public lecture tonight at the University of Lincoln.
Carenza, in addition to finding out about what you think about heritage in Lincolnshire, is a leading archaeologist, lecturer and television presenter, and will be speaking about her wider role connecting the public with cutting edge research in the arts and humanities.
Carenza’s Great Minds lecture will be specifically drawing on her insights into how publicly engaged research can benefit both the public and the research, using her current work on historic settlements and the Black Death to illustrate the point, and then presenting her ideas for extending these approaches in the future.
This event is open to the public.
The booking form is still open here.
Details: 1 March 2016, 6pm at the Engine Shed, Brayford Pool, University of Lincoln