The Norman Heritage, 1055-1200

  • Title: The Norman Heritage, 1055-1200
  • Author: Trevor Rowley
  • ISBN: 9780710094131
  • Page: 250
  • Format: Hardcover
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    About Trevor Rowley


    1. Trevor Rowley is Dean of Degrees and an Emeritus Fellow of Kellogg College, University of Oxford, England.Trevor Rowley was educated at University College, London and Linacre College, Oxford Although originally trained as a geographer, he moved his academic interests into landscape history and archaeology and promoted a flourishing programme of teaching, fieldwork, research and publication in these areas based in the Department for Continuing Education He was for several years Honorary Secretary of the Council for British Archaeology and was a founding member of the Professional Institute of Field Archaeologists He was closely involved with Rescue excavation, directing work along the line of the M40, in Dorchester on Thames and on Thames Valley gravel sites For many years he directed a training excavation for continuing education students at Middleton Stoney in Oxfordshire.He was appointed Staff Tutor in Archaeology and Local Studies in the Department for Continuing Education then the Delegacy for Extra Mural Studies in 1969, and until his retirement in September 2000 was the longest serving academic in Rewley House In 1990 he was appointed Director of Public Programmes he was twice Acting Director of the department In addition to directing Public Programmes for over a decade he directed the Oxford Florida Programme at Christ Church and established a national professional archaeology programme based at Rewley House As Director of Public Programmes he was responsible for significant expansion of the Public Programme He was a founding Fellow of Kellogg College and was Senior Tutor in 1993 4 and Vice President in 1994 5 He continues to teach regularly for OUDCE s weekly class and certificate programme and summer schools as well as for Stanford in Oxford He is the external examiner for the Historic Landscape Studies programme at the University of Wales Newport and is also a Vice President of the Oxford Architectural and Historical Society.He has published extensively and his books include The Shropshire Landscape 1972 Landscape Archaeology 1974 with M Aston Villages in the Landscape 1978 The High Middle Ages 1984 The Landscape of the Welsh Marches 1986 Norman England 1997 The Normans 1999 and The 20th Century English Landscape 2006 He is currently working on A History of Oxford for Carnegie Publishing and a number of other major landscape history initiatives.


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