Saturday, 24 April 2010

Conference - Jacobites and Anti-Jacobites: Culture and Diaspora

Many of the historians who will be in Dundee 7-8 May for the next conference of the Economic and Social History Society of Scotland, 'New Perspectives on Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Scotland', are also involved in the conference 'Jacobites and Anti-Jacobites: Culture and Diaspora' taking place at the University of Strathclyde 24-26 June 2010.

The conference, presented by the Jacobite Studies Trust, is organised by Professors Allan Macinnes (University of Strathclyde), Murray Pittock (Glasgow University) and Daniel Szechi (University of Manchester). It will feature current research from academics from Britain, Europe, North American and Australia. The first JST conference was held at the British Academy in July 2008 and resulted in the volume Loyalty and Identity: Jacobites at home and abroad, edited by Paul Monod, Murray Pittock and Daniel Szechi (PalgraveMacMillan, 2009).

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