Conference 2017: Agriculture, Economy and Society in Early Modern Scotland

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.

Click here to email the Project team with any queries.