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Who were the Jacobites and what did they want for Scotland?

More than 300 people gathered in Dundee for the inaugural History Scotland lecture, the first in a series of public history events

Professor Murray Pittock (University of Glasgow) and Professor Christopher Whatley (University of Dundee) debated the question ‘Who Were the Jacobites and what did they want for Scotland’, followed by a lively question and answer session chaired by Dr Andrew Mackillop (University of Glasgow).

The event, which was held in partnership with the University of Dundee Centre for Scottish Culture, attracted more than 300 people. You can see a video of the full proceedings on our website: The next History Scotland lecture will be held on 30 August at the Highland Archive and Registration Centre in Inverness. Entry is free and you can find details and booking information on page 65.

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About History Scotland

History Scotland launches a ground-breaking new series - The Stewart Queens of Scotland, providing a window in the lives of the little-known Stewart queens. Enjoy a range of news, expert articles and commentary, covering centuries of Scottish history and archaeology. Highlights include: * Queen Victoria's trip to the Clyde * New history of art with National Galleries Scotland * The legend of Lovat's Scouts * Discovery of a rare antler t-axe