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The Cambridge Heritage Research Group (HRG) meets regularly in term-time for discussions on the theme of heritage. The program includes talks by invited speakers as well as members of the Cambridge Heritage Research Centre. Forthcoming talks are advertised on our Events pages.


Contact name: Ben Davenport 

Contact email: 

Event location: Online via Zoom (registration is required, sign up via the dedicated link for each talk)

Time: Most Thursdays at 1pm during term time


Michaelmas Term Seminars


Thu, 14 October

Dr Margaret Comer

(Tallinn University)

Translating Memories: Researching the Heritage of Victimhood, Perpetration, and Implication in Post-Soviet States

Click to Register 

Thu, 28 October

Dr Flaminia Bartolini (British School at Rome) Places of Fascism in Italy: monuments and street names in contemporary Rome Click to Register
1pm Thu, 4 November Dr Layla Renshaw (Kingston University) How DNA Identification Unsettles the Recovery and Commemoration of Historic War Dead: Mass Grave Investigations in Spain and on the Western Front Click to Register
1pm Thu, 11 November Dr Rachael Kiddey (University of Oxford) Principles of Morality: engaging prefigurative approaches as ethical praxis in coproducing a digital heritage exhibition with displaced people, ’Made in Migration’ Click to Register
1pm Thu, 18 November Dr Sadie Watson (Museum of London Archaeology) Rethinking Value from Development-led Archaeology Click to Register
5pm Wed, 24 November Dr Jimena Lobo Guerrero Arenas (University of Cambridge) Indigenous Resistance: Making Strategies Visible Click to Register
1pm Thu, 2 December Prof Rebecca Madgin (University of Glasgow) Why do Historic Places Matter? Emotional Attachments to Urban Heritage Click to Register

Download the Term Card for Michaelmas 2021


Previous term cards can be found at the links below:













  • Lent 2012
  • Michaelmas 2011



  • Lent 2010
  • Michaelmas 2009