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  1. Institute of Scottish Historical Research Seminar - Robbie Johnston (University of Edinburgh)

    Institute of Scottish Historical Research Seminar - Robbie Johnston (University of Edinburgh)

    Tam Dalyell and Mad Mitch at Empire's End

    Robbie Johnston (University of Edinburgh) - Tam Dalyell and Mad Mitch at Empire's End If you would like to join online please email Michael Brown on...

  2. Institute of Scottish Historical Research Seminar - Dr Joanna Tucker (University of Glasgow)

    Institute of Scottish Historical Research Seminar - Dr Joanna Tucker (University of Glasgow)

    Scribal autonomy in multi-scribe manuscripts: the example of the Chronicle of Melrose Abbey

    Dr Joanna Tucker (University of Glasgow) - Scribal autonomy in multi-scribe manuscripts: the example of the Chronicle of Melrose Abbey If you would like...

  3. Institute of Scottish Historical Research Seminar JOINT with the Centre for French History

    Institute of Scottish Historical Research Seminar JOINT with the Centre for French History

    Dr Bryony Coombs (Edinburgh) - Scottishness in the Margins: Visualising Scottish National Identity in French Manuscripts 1420-1540

    Dr Bryony Coombs (University of Edinburgh) - JOINT SEMINAR with the Centre for French History and The St. Andrews Institute of Medieval Studies -...

  4. Institute of Scottish Historical Research Seminar - Professor Erik Opsahl

    Institute of Scottish Historical Research Seminar - Professor Erik Opsahl

    The Treaty of Perth (1266): Union of the Realm and the King's Law in Norway

    Professor Erik Opsahl (Norwegian University of Science and Technology and Visiting ISHR fellow) - The Treaty of Perth (1266): Union of the Realm and the...

  5. Institute of Scottish Historical Research Seminar - Postgraduate Session

    Institute of Scottish Historical Research Seminar - Postgraduate Session

    POSTPONED - new date to be arranged

    Sophie Kniaz - Highly Fragmented, Intensely Connected: Exploring the value of Mediterranean paradigms to the study of early medieval Scotland and the...

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