In a landmark series of seminars running from September 2012 to May 2013 the Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies offered a unique perspective on how the “voice of the people” has been heard in Scotland since medieval times. Historians, political commentators and literary scholars considered the role that ordinary Scots played in some of the most significant events over the past seven hundred years, and whether their views and opinions were taken into account.
The University of Glasgow also linked up with the Scotsman newspaper which published an abridged version of each talk on the day of delivery.
Lectures in this series:
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