Archaeologist contributes to the University of Leicester’s policy debate site with a piece on Richard III discovery
A public lecture by Professor Sarah Tarlow will explore how archaeology can be used to investigate human experiences as well as objects.
Professor Sarah Tarlow discusses what issues need to be considered when reinterring remains in a recent piece for Leicester Exchanges.
The discovery of the lost king's remains was a topic of debate in the House of Commons on 5 Tuesday and 6 Wednesday February 2013.
Professor Norman Housley has responded to arguments from a number of scholarly voices who, citing the King’s strong links to the North, are claiming that the remains of Richard III should be interred in York.