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History, heritage and archaeology experts… introducing the History Scotland Editorial Board

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The History Scotland Editorial Board

Mr Derek Alexander
Archaeologist, National Trust for Scotland
Find out more about Derek Alexander's work here…

Dr Catriona MacDonald
Reader in Late Modern Scottish History, University of Glasgow
Find out more about Dr MacDonald's work here…

Prof Hugh Cheape
Sabhal Mor Ostaig College, University of the Highlands and Islands
Find out more about Prof Cheape's work here…

Cynthia J. Neville
George Munro, Professor of History and Political Economy, Dalhousie University
Find out more about Dr Neville's work here…

Dr John Atkinson
Managing Director, GUARD Archaeology Ltd, Medieval and post-medieval settlement and industry

George Dalgleish
Keeper, Scottish History and Archaeology, National Museums Scotland, Edinburgh. Scottish decorative arts, specifically silver, ceramics & pewter; Jacobite collections

Dr Piers Dixon
Operations Manager at the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (RCAHMS), (rural settlement and medieval archaeology)

Mr Andrew Dunwell
Director, CFA Archaeology, Edinburgh (Later prehistory and Roman)

Mark A Hall
History Officer (archaeology collections) at Perth Museum & Art Gallery.

Dr Kevin James
Dept of History and Scottish Studies Programme, University of Guelph, Canada

Dr S Karly Kehoe
Senior Lecturer in History in modern history at the University of Glasgow Caledonian

Dr Aonghus Mackechnie
Principal Inspector of Historic Buildings, Historic Scotland (Architecture, c.1600 - 1750)

Dr Ann MacSween
Principal Inspector, ‘Historic Scotland’ (Prehistory)

Dr Colin Martin
Honorary Reader in Maritime Archeology University of St Andrews

Neil McLennan
Writer, education manager and Past President of the Scottish Association of Teachers of History

Dr Allan Kennedy
Research Associate in British/Scottish History, University of Manchester

Prof Angela McCarthy
Scottish and Irish History, University of Otago

Dr Iain MacInnes
Lecturer in Scottish History, University of the Highlands and Islands.

Prof Richard Oram
Scottish Medieval History  & Environmental History, University of Stirling

Matt Ritchie
Archaeologist, Forestry Commission

Dr Alasdair Ross
Reader in Medieval and Environmental History, University of Stirling

Mr Geoffrey Stell
Architectural Historian

Dr Simon Taylor
Scottish place-names, University of Glasgow

Dr Fiona Watson
Historian, writer and broadcaster

Dr Alex Woolf
Senior lecturer in History, University of St Andrews


 

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