12.00-17.00 Bus excursion to northwest Scania and the towers of Helsingborg and Borgeby, Departure from LUX, Lund University, Helgonavägen 3.
Saturday 24th Hall LUX C121
9.30 Registration and coffe
10.15- 10.30 Welcome – Richard Oram, Taco Herrmans and Martin Hansson
10.30-11.00 Recognizing a tower when you find one, Øystein Ekroll, Norway
11.00-11.30 The early medieval towers on Gotland, Martin Hansson, Sweden
11.30-12.00 The Örtofta tower house, Anders Ödman, Sweden
13.00-13.30 Royal Danish Towers of the 14th century, Vivian Etting, Denmark
13.30-14.00 Tower houses in medieval Scanian towns, Kenth Hansen, Sweden
14.00-14.30 Late Viking defensive towers in Waterford, Ireland, Ben Murtagh, Ireland
14.30-15.00 Coffe break
15.00-15.30 Where do the Bergfrieds come from? Appearance and evolution of cylindrical towers in Central Europe, Przemysław Nocuń, Poland.
15.30-16.00 The Tower of 16th Century Skarhult, Anders Reisnert, Sweden.
16.00-17.00 Guided tour in medieval Lund
Sunday 25th Hall LUX C121
9.30-10.00 Towers of strength and confinement: Saint Andrews and Lochleven castles as prisons, Penelope Dransart, UK
10.00-10.30 The real “donjon”. A contribution to castle terminology, Bas Aarts. The Netherlands
10.30-11.00 Coffe break
11.00-11-30 The second generation great towers, Taco Hermans, The Nehterlands
11.30-12.00 Defence on the Anglo-Scottish Border in the 16th Century, Richard Oram, UK12.00 Closing of the conference