The event, on Saturday 7 March, begins at 11am, with the Presidential Lecture at 2pm. It will take place at the Meadows Lecture Theatre, Old Medical School, Teviot Place, University of Edinburgh. The President of the Scottish History Society, Dr Catriona M. M. Macdonald, will deliver her second Presidential Lecture:… Read more
As The People of Medieval Scotland database (affectionately known as PoMS) will be celebrating its tenth anniversary next year, we have designed a short survey which we would love for you to take a moment to fill out. Even if you’ve only used the database once or a few times, we’d really appreciate your feedback. It won’t take long – just follow the link pasted below – and we would really appreciate it!
Thank you! The PoMS team.
The Scottish History Society is delighted to announce the latest in its series of publication workshops, which will be held at the University of Edinburgh.
These workshops are designed to introduce postgraduates, postdoctoral researchers and academics to the work the Society does in the publication of scholarly original sources, and its value in the modern academic environment, as well as provide an insight into the submission, reviewing and publication processes the Society utilises.
We welcome participants bringing ideas and/or drafts to the workshop: if you have anything you would like to share, please send this in advance of the workshop to Dr Annie Tindley (Annie.Tindley@newcastle.ac.uk).
Speakers at the workshop will include: Dr John MacAskill, recently published with the Scottish History Society Dr Christopher Langley, recently published with the Scottish History Society Dr John McCallum, Publications Secretary for the Scottish History Society Dr Annie Tindley, Communications Officer for the Scottish History Society
Attendance is free, but please register so we can provide enough refreshments on arrival!
Register at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/scottish-history-society-publication-workshop-tickets-26037901063