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Re: CFP: NACBS 2018 Panel on Scottish culture during the Restoration Era

Hello Daniel and Sam,

The deadline for putting in a panel proposal is 30 March. I think all three papers could work together if we frame the panel under Sam's suggestion of 'Late Stuart Scotland'. As we now have three panellists, would you mind if we continue this via email? Will the email addresses listed on the University of Manchester's and Catholic University's websites be alright?

Edwin Sheffield
History PhD Candidate
The University of Glasgow

CFP - Southern Conference on British Studies 2018 Meeting

Southern Conference on British Studies

2018 Meeting

November 9-10, Birmingham, Alabama

Call for Papers

Deadline for submission: April 30, 2018

 

The Southern Conference on British Studies solicits proposals for its 2018 meeting in Birmingham, Alabama, November 9-10. The SCBS will meet in conjunction with the Southern Historical Association.

Re: CFP: NACBS 2018 Panel on Scottish culture during the Restoration Era

I would be interested in joining with a paper on the importance of anti-Highland rhetoric in the “Glorious” Revolution. If you’d be interested perhaps we could put it under the heading of “Late Stuart Scotland” or something similar. Or frame the panel as an investigation of the chronological parameters of “Restoration” Scotland.

Sam Fisher
The Catholic University of America

Re: CFP: NACBS 2018 Panel on Scottish culture during the Restoration Era

I am still collecting papers. That sounds like a fascinating topic. One of the topics I have discussed with my supervisors focuses on Clan MacKenzie concerns in the run-up to the Act of Union. If you are still interested, I will post a new thread to reflect the shift from a Restoration-era panel to one on the Union.

Edwin Sheffield
History PhD Candidate
The University of Glasgow

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