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Cressida Williams – Canterbury Cathedral

22/01/2021

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Cressida Williams, Library and Archives Manager for Canterbury Cathedral, talks about the collection, which is designated as "outstanding significance to the UK” and has been given a UNESCO Memory of the World Award.

Dating back from the 8th century, the Cathedral's collection has suffered some tragedies over the years, particularly during the Reformation. However, the Library still retains an impressive collection, including material related to William the Conqueror and the Archbishop of Canterbury Thomas Becket.

Cressida talks about her hopes of digitising the collections which were dispersed during the Reformation, and digitally reuniting the material that has found its way into other Archives.

Links

Website: www.canterbury-cathedral.org

Twitter: @calcaUKIE

Cressida Williams – Canterbury Cathedral

Cressida Williams, Library and Archives Manager for Canterbury Cathedral, talks about the collection, which is designated as "outstanding significance to the UK” and has been given a UNESCO Memory of the World Award.

Dating back from the 8th century, the Cathedral's collection has suffered some tragedies over the years, particularly during the Reformation. However, the Library still retains an impressive collection, including material related to William the Conqueror and the Archbishop of Canterbury Thomas Becket.

Cressida talks about her hopes of digitising the collections which were dispersed during the Reformation, and digitally reuniting the material that has found its way into other Archives.

Links

Website: www.canterbury-cathedral.org

Twitter: @calcaUKIE

To be notified as new recordings are released, please subscribe using the button below.