The Future of Early Modern Scottish Studies

Morag Allan Campbell
Tuesday 23 August 2016

The Future of Early Modern Scottish Studies is a two-day international conference which will be held at the University of St Andrews on 13 and 14 January 2017.

The conference aims is to provide a space for a wide variety of scholars to come together and share their research, plans, and ideas covering all aspects of early modern Scotland including but not limited to history, literature, art history, music and geography. Presenters already confirmed include Allan Kennedy (Manchester), Allan MacInnes (Strathclyde), Esther Mijers (Edinburgh), Steve Murdoch (St Andrews), Steven Reid (Glasgow), and Kathrin Zickermann (UHI). The deadline for proposals is Friday, 9 September 2016.

The conference will consist of roundtable discussions and lightning talks as well as traditional papers and will be video recorded throughout. These recordings will subsequently be made available through this website to provide a longer term teaching and learning repository.

For further details, please see the conference website.

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