Conference Papers


During the course of my academic career I have given numerous conference papers, including at conferences organised by the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research (University of Cambridge), the University of Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies, the Society for Medieval Archaeology and the Society for Church Archaeology. Many of my papers have subsequently appeared in print and further details, including the texts of several unpublished works, can be found here.

‘Raising the Dead: The Anglo-Saxon Archaeology of West Norfolk’
A Celebration of Archaeology in West Norfolk (King’s Lynn, 24 November 2012)
Organisers: West Norfolk and King’s Lynn Archaeological Society & Norfolk Historic Environment Service
To be published in Bond, CJ. (ed.) A Celebration of Archaeology in West Norfolk. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholar Press.

‘The East Anglian Dioceses Before the Conquest’
The Medieval Church in Context (Thetford Grammar School, 28 July 2012)
Organiser: The Society for Church Archaeology

‘Norfolk’s Coastal Heritage Project’
Art and the Sea Conference (University of East Anglia, 31 March 2012)
Organiser: Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia
Published as: Hoggett, R. 2012. ‘Norfolk’s Coastal Heritage Project’, Norfolk Archaeology 46(ii), pp. 218–25.

‘Community Heritage in the ‘Big Society” (Poster presentation with Sarah Howard)
TAG 2011 (University of Birmingham, 14–16 December 2011)
Session: ‘The How and Why of Archaeology Outreach: Case Studies and Reflexive Approaches to Public Engagement’.
Organiser: Theoretical Archaeology Group

‘The Archaeology of the East Anglian Conversion’
Landscapes of Anglo-Saxon Christianity (University of Cambridge, 5 November 2011)
Organiser: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge

‘Norfolk’s Coastal Heritage Project’
Happisburgh’s Heritage Conference (Happisburgh, 26 March 2011)
Organiser: Norfolk Historic Environment Service & Happisburgh Heritage Group
Published as: Hoggett, R. 2012. ‘Norfolk’s Coastal Heritage Project’, Norfolk Archaeology 46(ii), pp. 218–25.

‘Norfolk’s Coastal Heritage Project’
North Norfolk Pathfinder Conference (Cromer, 21–22 March 2011)
Organiser: North Norfolk District Council
Published as: Hoggett, R. 2012. ‘Norfolk’s Coastal Heritage Project’, Norfolk Archaeology 46(ii), pp. 218–25.

‘Raising the Dead: Discovering the Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries of East Anglia’
Presentation of Heritage Research Awards 2008 (University of Liverpool, 11 September 2008)
Organiser: BA Festival of Science & English Heritage

‘The Early Christian Landscape of East Anglia’
The Anglo-Saxon Landscape (University of Manchester, 11–13 April 2007)
Organiser: University of Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies
Published as: Hoggett, R. 2010. ‘The Early Christian Landscape of East Anglia’ in N.J. Higham and M.J. Ryan (eds) The Landscape Archaeology of Anglo-Saxon England Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer. pp. 193–210.

‘A Long Time Dead: The Illington–Lackford Potter Reconsidered’
New Light on Landscape (University of East Anglia, 17 March 2007)
Organiser: The Landscape Group, School of History, UEA

‘Searching for the Anglo-Saxon Churches of East Anglia’
Some Recent Work on the Churches of East Anglia (Wymondham, 25 March 2006)
Organiser: Council for British Archaeology East Anglia

Burial as a Barometer of Belief’
The Living and the Dead in Anglo-Saxon England (Sedgeford, 23 August 2003)
Organiser: Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project
Published as: Hoggett, R. 2007. ‘Charting Conversion: Burial as a Barometer of Belief’ in S. Semple and H.M. Williams (eds) Early Medieval Mortuary Practices Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History 14. Oxford: Oxbow. pp. 28–37.

‘SHARP: A reflexive excavation methodology and recording system achieved?’ (with Gareth Davies)
Interpreting Stratigraphy: Contemporary Approaches to Archaeological Fieldwork (University of York, 29 September 2001)
Organiser: Interpreting Stratigraphy Group, Department of Archaeology, University of York

‘Sedgeford: Excavations of a Rural Settlement in Norfolk’ (with Sophie Cabot and Gareth Davies)
The Origins of the Anglo-Saxon Church (Sedgeford, 1 September 2001)
Organiser: Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project
Published as: Cabot, S., Davies, G. and Hoggett, R. 2004. ‘Sedgeford: Excavations of a Rural Settlement in Norfolk’ in J. Hines, A. Lane and M. Redknap (eds) Land, Sea and Home: Settlement in the Viking Period Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph Series 20. pp. 313–23.

‘Sedgeford: Excavations of a Rural Settlement in Norfolk’ (with Sophie Cabot and Gareth Davies)
Viking Period Settlement In Britain and Ireland (University of Cardiff, 4–7 July 2001)
Organiser: The Society for Medieval Archaeology
Published as: Cabot, S., Davies, G. and Hoggett, R. 2004. ‘Sedgeford: Excavations of a Rural Settlement in Norfolk’ in J. Hines, A. Lane and M. Redknap (eds) Land, Sea and Home: Settlement in the Viking Period Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph Series 20. pp. 313–23.