0019 - HHC2016 - James Wright

 “Cultural anxieties and ritual protection in early modern high status houses”

James is a Senior Buildings Archaeologist and Historic Stone Specialist at the Museum of London Archaeology. He has worked on building recording projects at the Tower of London, Palace of Westmimster, Southwark Cathedral, Knole and the largest, yet least known, Mediaeval royal palace at Kings Clipstone in Sherwood Forest. James is a self-confessed historic graffiti nerd and conducts surveys, teaches workshops and writes about the hopes, fears and desires of the people of the past hidden in plain sight on the walls of our buildings.

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