Malcolm Airs, OBE.
OAHS Vice-President and former President Malcolm Airs was awarded an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours recently for his services to the historic environment, conservation and education. All those who know him or have heard him speak will surely feel it was well deserved.
The OAHS journal Oxoniensia is now available online. All but the most recent five volumes are freely available under a Creative Commons licence; the most recent volumes are available to subscribers.
THE TOM HASSALL LECTURE: Archaeology in Oxford 1967-2017
|Lecturer: Tom Hassall|
|Date: 12th February 2019|
|Time: 5.30pm – 6.30pm|
|Place: Rewley House|
This year's Tom Hassall Lecture will be given by Tom Hassall himself. He will present a personal view of Oxford's archaeology covering the 50 year period from the first to the second Westgate excavations. He will refer to the personalities involved, the organisational framework, notable results, publications, archive storage, museum display and public engagement, concluding with some thoughts on future directions.
Tom Hassall is a distinguished former President of OAHS. From 1967-73 he was the Director of the Oxford Archaeological Excavation Committee, and subsequently the founding Director of the Oxford Archaeological Unit, now Oxford Archaeology.
The Society's speaker meetings and committee meetings are held in Rewley House, Oxford (marked R).
There are metered parking spaces on the west and north sides of Wellington Square. More spaces are normally available on the west side of St Giles where it joins Woodstock Road. From here it is only a short walk down Little Clarendon Street and across Wellington Square to Rewley House.
Parking in Wellington Square is charged until 6.30p.m. and costs £3.00 for up to one hour and £5.00 for up to two. Park and Ride buses from Water Eaton, Pear Tree and Redbridge stop at the top of St Giles, a short distance from Rewley House.
Oxfordshire Architectural and Historical Society is a registered charity, registration number 259055.