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Introducing the History Scotland Lectures

Kelly Anderson reports on the inaugural History Scotland lecture, held in Dundee on 24 April, the text of which is published on page 36

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The lecture asked ‘Who were the Jacobites and what did they want for Scotland?’

The University of Dundee Centre of Scottish Culture and History Scotland have joined together to launch a lecture series whose inaugural event was entitled ‘Who were the Jacobites and what did they want for Scotland?’, and which took the form of a debate between Professor Murray Pittock and Professor Chris Whatley, two of the leading authorities on Scottish Jacobitism. Playing to a packed audience in Dundee, the debate was chaired by Dr Andrew Mackillop, with a closing summation from Professor Daniel Szechi.

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