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‘Patriotic Propaganda during the Rough Wooing: The Complaynt of Scotland (1549)’

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On 28 March, the Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies welcomed Roger Mason (University of St Andrews) to discuss¬†‘Patriotic Propaganda during the Rough Wooing: The Complaynt of Scotland (1549)’ for the Third Annual John Durkan Memorial Lecture. Roger spoke about John Durkan, who he said was particularly encouraging of young scholars, including himself after he… Continue reading

‘Reformation, Bloodfeud and East Coast Shipping: the Earls Marischal 1542-1623’

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On 17 November, 2015, the Centre welcomed Miles Kerr-Peterson (Glasgow)¬†to discuss ‘Reformation, bloodfeud and east coast shipping: the Earls Marischal 1542-1623’. Below is this listener’s brief summary of the lecture. Miles’s research focuses on George Keith, the Fourth Earl Marischal, who was born in 1554 and became Earl after his grandfather’s death in 1580. He… Continue reading