You are invited to join us for this year's Cameron lecture, which will take place from 18.00–20.30 on 1 December 2017 in the Clive Granger building at the University of Nottingham. The free lecture and wine reception will be followed by an optional buffet supper at a cost of £15 per person, to be served in The Hemsley from 20.30.
This very special lecture celebrates 50 years of the English Place-Name Society in Nottingham, and will feature an introduction to the late Prof. Kenneth Cameron and his work by Prof. John Insley from the University of Heidelberg, followed by a lecture entitled “Highways and byways to the English Place-Name Society through more than fifty years”, delivered by Prof. Gillian Fellows-Jensen from the Department of Nordic Research at the University of Copenhagen. There will also be a display of posters relating to ongoing research by the English Place-Name Society and at the Institute for Name-Studies, the Society’s home in Nottingham.
We welcome members and non-members alike to this event, but we do ask that you complete the registration form to reserve your place.
For further information about the Cameron Lecture, please visit The Cameron Lecture webpage.
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