Weekly Digest 27/5/2016

Welcome to the Scottish History Network Weekly Digest.

As the summer is almost upon us, and the academic year winds up for the holidays (and lots of exciting conferences listed below), we will be posting a bi-weekly digest from the start of June. The next digest will therefore be out Friday 10th June 2016.

Please, however, continue to be in touch with any and all news, events and opportunities relating to Scottish history. As always, you can contact us via email at scottishhistorynetwork@gmail.com, on Twitter @ScotHistNetwork or via our Facebook page.

– The Scottish History Network Team

Public Events, Seminars and Lectures, 28th May – 10th June
Edinburgh
Saturday 28th May: Scottish Story Telling Centre, ‘Dark Tales of Scotland After Flooden with Rosemary Goring’

Thursday 1st/8th June: The People’s Story Museum, ‘Eighteenth Century People

St Andrews
From 28th May – 3rd Sept: St Andrews Museum, ‘The Glasgow Boys – A Spirit of Rebellion’

Ayrshire
Saturday 4th June: Walker Halls, Troon South Ayrshire’s History and Family History Fair

Inverness
From 26th May – 30th Aug : Inverness Museum & Art Gallery, ‘Reflections on Celts’ Touring Exhibition

Orkney
Thursday 2nd June: Orkney College, ‘The Maritime Relics of World War One: Surveying Orkney’s Underwater Heritage’, Mark Littlewood and Sandra Henry

CfPs and Conferences
Register now: University of Stirling, ‘Conference on Modern Religious History’,14-15 June

Register now: University of St Andrews, ‘Scotland and the Flemish People’, 16-17 June

Register now: University of Kent, ‘New Perspectives on the Auld Alliance: Scotland, France and their Neighbours in the Early Modern Era’, 21-22 June

Register now: University of St Andrews, ‘Living with the Law: Society and Legal Disputes, c. 1200-1700‘, 27-29 June

Register now: Institute for Historical Research, ‘Cities@SAS: New Researchers in Modern Urban History’, 4 July

Register Now: Edinburgh, ‘Feminist and Women’s Studies 2016 Interim Event: Gender and Migration’, 2 September

Register Now: University of Edinburgh, ‘British Society of Sports History Annual Conference 2016’, 2-3 September

Register Now: Dublin, ‘The Growth of News: Newspapers and p
Periodicals in Britain and Ireland, 1641-1800’,
 8-9 September

New Publications
Karen Baston, Charles Areskine’s Library Scottish Lawyers and Their Books at the Dawn of the Scottish Enlightenment (Brill). Release Date: 20 April 2016.

Maggie Craig, Henrietta Tayler: Scottish Jacobite Historian and First World War Nurse (Alligin Books). Release Date: 26 May 2016.

Louise Settle, Sex for Sale in Scotland: Prostitution in Edinburgh and Glasgow, 1900-1939 (Edinburgh University Press).Release Date: 31 May 2016.

M. Du P. Lee, John Maitland of Thirlestane and the Foundation of the Stewart Despotism in Scotland (Princeton University Press). Release Date: 31 May 2016.

Ned C. Landsman, Scotland and its First American Colony, 1683-1765 (Princeton University Press). Release Date: 31 May 2016.

Anne-Marie Kilday, Crime in Scotland 1660-1960 – History of Crime in the UK and Ireland (Taylor & Francis). Release Date: 1 June 2016.

Williamson Clifford, The History of Catholic Intellectual Life in Scotland, 1918-1965 (Palgrave Macmillan). Release Date: 1 June 2016.

Daniel Martin, Upper Clydesdale: A History and Guide (Birlinn). Release Date: 2 June 2016.

John McAleer and Christer Petley (eds.), The Royal Navy and the British Atlantic World, c. 1750-1820 (Palgrave Macmillan).Release Date: 9 June 2016.

News and Miscellany
Job Opportunities: Three Curatorial Positions with the Burrell Collection, Glasgow

PhD Opportunities: Five History studentships in the histories of European Enlightenment (x2), 18th c. Fashion in England (x1), Furniture Material Culture (x1) and European Imperial Culture (x1) at Queen Mary, University of London

Volunteers sought to explore historic Clyde walkway

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