Staff from the Centre for Environmental History and Policy at Stirling University will be delivering a second series of Landscape Encounters: Exploring Environmental and Heritage Histories of Scotland at the Smith Museum and Art Gallery - see Landscape Encounters poster. The five free public lectures are designed to showcase current and past research to a wider audience.
See the Poster here for times and details
- 28 October: Glen Almond: Landscape palimpsest (Richard Oram)
- 4 November: Bannockburn 1314: What did the place look like? (Richard Tipping)
- 25 November: Medieval climate change in Scotland: 1250-1350 (Alasdair Ross)
- 9 December: An illicit whisky chaser: Rediscovering the hidden history of whisky production in 18th and 19th century Scotland (Clare Wilson)
- 16 December: Picts, Scots and Gaels: What’s new? (Sally Foster)