Tuesday 16 April 2019, 1.00PM to 3.00pm
Throughout modern York, the past becomes present in its buildings. From Roman Eboracum, through Anglian Eoforwic and Viking Jorvik, until Medieval, Georgian, and Victorian York, every period has left a visible layer. This course will trace the history of York from its Roman origin to the twentieth century, by analysing emblematic buildings and sites from each era. The course will be divided into lectures on campus and discussion seminars in the city centre, in which the buildings will be studied in situ.
Cristina Figueredo BA MA PhD