New Perspectives on Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Scotland: The Economic and Social History Society of Scotland Conference 2010

Barclay, Katie; Talbott, Siobhan
May 2011
Journal of Scottish Historical Studies;2011, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p119
Academic Journal
Information on papers discussed at the 2010 Economic and Social History Society of Scotland conference, held in Dundee, Scotland from May 7-8, 2010, is presented. Topics discussed include Scottish community libraries during the Enlightenment, the study of religious history, and the history of Scottish politics. Broadly, the conference highlighted the effects of cultural studies on the study of Scottish history.


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