Meet the people of Medieval Scotland: A day of interactive public history
22 September, 12-5pm
The People of Medieval Scotland (www.poms.ac.uk) provides information on the identity and relationships of over 20,000 individuals known to have lived and worked in medieval Scotland. But who were they? The collaborative project ‘The Community of the realm in Scotland, 1249-1424: history, law and charters in a recreated kingdom’ will run an interactive afternoon of public history will highlight current research on Newbattle and its early history, and show participants how to use the database to write new histories.
Speakers and Workshop Leaders:
Dr Alice Taylor and Dr Matthew Hammond (King’s College London); Professor Dauvit Broun and Dr Joanna Tucker (University of Glasgow). The venue is wheelchair-accessible. Contact email@example.com for specific requirements.
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To find out more, visit www.cotr.ac.uk/events
There will be prizes!!!
At the end, participants will be invited to do their own research using the PoMS database and to write up their findings. The prizes for the best entries will be awarded at a conference in April 2020, marking the 700th anniversary of the Declaration of Arbroath, at Newbattle Abbey College.