This weekend saw the annual ISHR reading weekend take place at The Burn, Glenesk. A number of ISHR members and guests gathered in these beautiful surroundings to share research in progress and catch up with events and issues in the field of Scottish history. Papers presented ranged from discussion of clothing in late medieval Scotland to the representation of Burns as ‘Scotland’s voice’ during and after the First World War. Participants also visited the nearby House of Dun, with a tour of the house itself and a chance to enjoy the sunshine in the surrounding grounds. Once again, the hospitality of the staff at The Burn made the weekend as relaxing as as it was rewarding.
You can read more about the weekend on the School of History blog.