History Scotland webinar programme, winter/spring 2021-22


17 September 2021
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Castle Stalker, Appin, Argyll
Early medieval saints, the Templars, transatlantic research and women's football are just some of the many topics to be covered in History Scotland's webinar programme for the 2021/22 season.

Launched in November 2020, over the past twelve months, many hundreds of history fans around the world have enjoyed History Scotland's online lectures.  These are expert and exclusive Zoom talks presenting Scottish history research in an engaging format.

The talks cover a wide range of topics and each is delivered by an expert in the field, who delivers a 45-minute talk, followed by a Q&A session chaired by Dr Allan Kennedy, History Scotland's consultant editor.

We have a varied programme of events to look forward and booking for each is open now. Secure your place today:

2021

  • 14 December, Early medieval saints, Dr Carolyn McNamara BOOK NOW £10

2022

  • 12 January, Digitising the hidden voices of Scotland’s legal past, Dr Jim Ambuske BOOK NOW £10
  • 15 February, Taming the wolves? The question of political centralisation in late medieval Scotland BOOK NOW £10
  • 15 March, The Sobieski Stuarts, Dr Craig Buchanan BOOK NOW £10
  • 29 March, 18th-century Scottish family group portraits, Dr Nel Whiting BOOK NOW £10
  • 6 April, The Templars in Scotland,: myth and reality, Dr Rory Maclellan BOOK NOW £10
  • 19 April, Lady Jean Gordon, Jennifer Morag Henderson BOOK NOW £10
  • 4 May, Scottish women’s football, Dr Fiona Skillen BOOK NOW £10 
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