Institutions from across the UK united to explore collaborative opportunities around the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower’s voyage.
The journeys undertaken by the Mayflower Pilgrims stretched from the East Midlands across to Holland, from Harwich to Southwark, and along the South Coast – before leaving for their historic voyage to America.
Academics and practitioners across various disciplines worked on projects which reflected upon, critique and engage with this four-centuries-old history and heritage.
The network built their collaborative approach to the Mayflower 400 anniversary year and the opportunities to forge new relationships in places connected by this long history.
The Mayflower 400 Universities Group is a consortium of UK Higher Education Institutions and international partners with a shared interest in the 2020 commemoration of the historic voyage of the Mayflower from England to America 400 years ago.
Many of the partner institutions are in or near places which are associated with the stories of the Mayflower Pilgrims and their journeys before leaving for their new lives in America.
Together, these places form the Mayflower 400 partnership.
The following representatives and institutions are involved in the group:
This information was created by Mayflower 400 during the anniversary 2020-21 and to the best of our knowledge at that time.
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