The Jarrow Lecture
THE JARROW LECTURE
Inaugurated in 1958, the annual Jarrow Lecture is given in St. Paul's on some aspect of the life and work of Bede or of Anglo-Saxon history or culture. The lecture is published in the year following delivery and copies can be obtained in St. Paul's or from the lecture secretary.
LIST OF LECTURES
The Venerable Bede and his times.
by Bertram Colgrove D.Litt.,F.S.A. ---£2.00
Bede's Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation
and it's importance today.
by Peter Hunter Blair. M.A. --- £2.00
by Dorothy Whitelock. D.Litt.,
F.B.S.,F.R.Hist.S. --- £2.00
English Architecture in the time of Bede.
by Harold Mc.Carter Taylor.C.B.E.,
M.A.,Ph.D., F.S.A. --- £2.00
by J.M.Wallace-Hadrill.M.A. --- £2.00
The Pastoral Organisation of the modern Diocese of Durham
and Newcastle in the time of Bede.
by G.W.O.Addleshaw.b.d.,m.a. --- £2.00
Bede and Gregory the Great.
by Paul Meyvaert.C.S.B. --- £2.00
Early Northumbrian Sculpture.
by Rosemary Cramp.C.B.E.,B.Litt.,
M.A.,F.S.A. --- £2.00
Saint Bede in the Tradition of Western Apocalyptic
by Gerald Bonner.M.A. --- £2.00
The Art of the Codex Amiatinus.
F.S.A. --- £2.00
The place of Wearmouth and Jarrow in Western Cultural
P.H.D.(Harvard). --- £2.00
Reflections on the St. Ninian's Isle Treasure.
by David M.Wilson. M.A.,F.S.A. --- £2.00
Early Christianity in Pictland.
by Kathleen Hughes. --- £2.00
Northumbria and the Book of Kells
by T.J.Brown. --- £2.00
The Music of Aldwyn's House at Jarrow and the early
twelth century music of Durham Priory.
by Dom Anselm Hughes. O.S.B.,
Bede, Archaeology and the Cult of Relics.
by Charles Thomas.M.A.,Hon.M.R.I.B.A.,
The Labourer in the Field.
by Rosalind Hill.M.A.,B.Litt(Oxon).,
Bede and the Tradition of Ecclesiastical Historiography.
F.R.Hist.S. --- £2.00
The Venerable Bede, the Rule of St. Benedict and
by Henry M.R.E.Mayr-Harting.
M.A.,D.Phil. --- £2.00
The Codex Amiatinus and the Byzantine Element
in the Northumbrian Renaissance.
by Per Jonas Nordhagen.Ph.D.,(Oslo) --- £2.00
The Durham Cassiodorus.
by Richard Bailey.M.A.,Ph.D.,F.S.A. --- £2.00
Bede's Reges and Principles.
by James Campbell.M.A.,Fellow of
Worcester College,Oxford. --- £2.00
Bede and the Visual Arts.
by George Henderson.M.A.,Ph.D.,F.S.A.,
Reader in Medieval Art(Cambridge) --- £2.00
by Eric Fletcher. --- £2.00
The Scriptorium of Wearmouth-Jarrow.
by M.B.Parkes. B.Litt.,M.A.,F.S.A.,
F.R.Hist.S. --- £2.00
The Cult of St. Oswald on the Continent.
by Peter Clemoes.Ph.D.,F.R.Hist.S. --- £2.20
Bede and the Conversion of England.The Charter Evidence.
by Patrick Wormaid. M.A.,
F.S.A.(Scot) --- £2.40
Bede's Scientific Achievement.
by Wesley Stevens. Professor of Medieval
History,University of Winnipeg. --- £3.50
The Durham Monks at Jarrow.
by A.J.Piper.Dept.of Palaeology and
Diplomatic. University of Durham. --- £2.50
Books and Buildings,Architectural Descriptions before
and after Bede.
by David Parsons. Dept. of Adult Education.
University of Leicester. --- £3.00
Bede,Eddius and the Forts of the North Britons.
by Leslie Alcock.M.A.,F.S.A.,
F.R.Hist.S.,Professor of Archaeology,
University of Glasgow. --- £3.00
Church and Monastary in the Far North.
An Archaeological Evaluation.
by Christopher D.Morris. Reader in Viking
Archaeology, University of Durham. --- £3.50
The Anglian Sculpture of Deira: The Classical Tradition.
by James Lang, M.A.,F.S.A., Inspector of
Ancient Monuments, English Heritage.--- £3.00
Bede and the Psalter.
by Benedicta Ward,S.L.G.,M.A.,D.Phill... £3.00
Bede's Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum. Its
Reader in History, University of
Aberystwyth. --- £3.00
Bede the Poet.
by Michael Lapidge, Elrington and Bosworth
Professor of Anglo-Saxon. University
of Cambridge. --- £3.00
The City of Rome and the World of Bede.
by Eammon O'Carragain. Professor of Old
and Middle English University College,
Cork. --- £3.75
The Most Holy Abbot, Ceolfrid.
by Ian Wood, Professor of Early Medieval
History. University of Leeds. --- £3.20
Bede the Educator.
by George Hardin Brown, Professor of English
(and Classics) Stanford University.---£3.00
Bede, Rhetoric, and the Creation of Christian Latin
by Roger Ray, Professor of History, University
of Toledo, Ohio, U.S.A. --- £3.00
Bede and the Benedictine Reform.
by Joyce Hill, Professor of Old and Middle
English Language and Literature, University
of Leeds. --- £3.00
Bede and the English.
by Nicholas Brooks, Professor of Medieval
History, University of Birmingham. --- £3.50
"In the Beginning was the Word": Books and Faith in
the Age of Bede.
by Michelle Brown. --- £4.00
Bede and Germany.
by David Rollason. Dept. of History
University of Durham. --- £3.50
Bede and Holy Places.
by Professor Martin Biddle. UNAVAILABLE. DUE TO NO TEXT FROM LECTURER.
Bede, Wilfred and the Irish.
by Dr. Clare Stancliffe. Hon. Reader in
Ecclesiastical History, University of
Durham. --- £3.50
Journeys from Jarrow.
by Richard Morris, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds.
Bede and Augustine of Hippo: History and Figure in Sacred Text,
by Dr.Alan Thacker, Institute of Historical Research, London ---£4.00
Maps in the Age of Bede.
by P.D.A.Harvey, Professor Emeritus of
Medieval History, University of Durham.--£3.50.
2007 --- The Irish Monastery in the Age of Bede, By Dr. John Bradley UNAVAILABLE DUE TO NO TEXT FROM LECTURER.
The Pictish Monastery at Portmahomack, by Martin Carver,
University of York. ---£4.00
Rex Doctissimus : Bede and King Aldfrith of Northumbria, by Barbara Yorke,
Professor of Early Medieval History, University of Winchester.
Bede and Vernacular Culture, By Prof. John Blair, Queens College, Oxford.
--- UNAVAILABLE DUE TO NO TEXT FROM LECTURER.
Bede as an Oral Historian, By Prof. Nicholas Higham, Prof of History,
Manchester. --- £4.00
Bede's Church, By Prof Sarah Foot, Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History,
University of Oxford. --- £4.00
The Lectures are available from: The Lecture Secretary,
1, Duchess Crescent,
Tyne & Wear,
Tel:- 0191 4891344.
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