Saturday 6 May 2017, 0900-1630
The Studio, Augustine United Church, George IV Bridge, Edinburgh
The day conference, ‘Agriculture, Economy, and Society in Early Modern Scotland’, will examine the economic, social and cultural experiences of life in agrarian Scotland, c. 1500-1750, and will lead to the project’s second book – an edited collection of essays.
The day will be convened by by Professor T. C. Smout, Historiographer Royal in Scotland, with closing remarks and a final discussion hosted by Professor R. A. Houston.
Places are limited and registration is now open!
The day delegate rate is £30/£20 concessions.
Delegates must reserve their place in advance via this link.