These have been delivered to, among others: 
  • Women's Institute
  • Friends of Durham Cathedral
  • North Yorkshire County Council
  • Bedale Archaeology and History Society
  • Durham World Heritage Site
  • The Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland
  • The British Archaeological Association 
  • Life Science Centre, Newcastle
  • The Institute for Historical Research
  • University of Leeds
  • University of Huddersfield
  • Shakespeare’s Globe 
  • German Historical Institute 
  • International Medieval Congress
  • Theoretical Archaeology Group (TAG)
For forthcoming talks see News, Resources & Course Lists.

Emma is an engaging public speaker and has given many talks and lectures at universities, museums, galleries, local societies, and clubs. A list of possible titles include:
  • Who Lived in a House Like Mine?: Researching the History of your Home
  • Sensing the Pilgrimage Experience of the Medieval English Cathedral
  • England's Historic Pilgrim Routes
  • Reformation England and the 'Sense' of Loss
  • A History of Kipling Hall: An Analysis of the Historic Fabric
  • A History of Yorkshire
  • The Country House in Yorkshire, c.1550-2000
  • Medieval Pilgrimage to Lindisfarne and Inner Farne
  • Stained Glass in York Minster: Perceptions and Representations of Space
  • The Age of the Tudors

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