Film & Broadcasting: The History of Doomster Hill

Film & Broadcasting: The History of Doomster Hill

In partnership with Connolly Clark Productions, an academic from the College of Arts is currently making an experimental documentary about medieval Scotland. The film explores the history of Doomster Hill, the sacred space of the Kings of Strathclyde, which was located in Govan.

Doomster Hill served as a site for public assemblies and the passing of laws in the 9th to 11th centuries: yet, despite its historical significance, there is little awareness of its history.
The film draws on the research of Professor of Archaeology in the College of Arts, Stephen Driscoll, who has been actively researching Govan since the 1990s, in order to explore the history of medieval Govan and its importance to Scottish history.

Project Partners:
Connolly Clark Productions

Academic:
Dr David Archibald


To learn more about this project or to discuss developing a partnership with the College of Arts please contact Dr Fraser Rowan the College of Arts Business Development manager by email or phone (0141 330 3885).

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