For history enthusiasts … particularly those who like thinking about the 13th Century in Scotland and England.
Heavy sigh … wish I didn’t live so far away. However, that being said, I thought I would share this knowledge and post this event on here as it looks interesting and it is FREE.
Friday, August 23, 2013 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm with Professor Dauvit Broun at the University of Glasgow.
New perspectives on the Scottish Wars of Independence: Scotland and the governance of England in the thirteenth century
Friday 23 August (Senate Room, Univ. of Glasgow)
Part I: Government and People in Scotland and Northern England
- Beth Hartland, ‘The People of Northern England: Cumberland, Westmorland and Northumberland, 1216–1286’.
- David Carpenter, ‘The King’s Government in Northern England in the thirteenth century’.
- Matthew Hammond, ‘North of the Forth in the Ragman Roll’.
- Richard Cassidy, ‘Sheriffs, kings and rebels in Cumberland and Northumberland’.
- Keith Stringer, ‘Scottish Royal Lordship in the Thirteenth-Century English Borders’.
Part II: English politics in Scotland
- John Reuben Davies, ‘England in the Chronicle of Melrose’.
- Fergus Oakes, ‘Alexander III and the Barons’ Wars’.
- Sophie Ambler, ‘The Montfortian revolution and Scottish political thought’.
Part III: Law and the construction of Scottish independence
- Alice Taylor, ‘Robert I’s legal reforms, 1318’
- Sarah Tebbit, ‘The legal context of the formulation of nationhood in early fourteenth-century Scottish texts’
4.45–5.15: Summing up (Dauvit Broun)