We're in a different location this year (but still on campus!). Those of you who would prefer not to walk a long distance (or who plan to stock up on books!) will want to park in a different lot than usual. Click here for a map showing the new location and parking options. For those of you with a GPS navigational system, set it to 50 Macdonald St. in Guelph. See you there!
(Detailed pdf version here)
9:00-9:30 Registration & Coffee
09:30-10:15 Daniel Holman: Fighting for freedom after independence in John Barbour's "The Bruce"
10:15-10:45 Devon Sherwood: The Lives of Mary, Queen of Scots: Perspectives
11:00-11:45 Amy Beingessner: Stones: interpreting Scottish identity in the eighteenth century
11:45-12:30 Shayna Devlin: Robert Stewart reconsidered: princes and power in late medieval Scotland
MacDonald Institute, Room 106
13:30-13:45 David Hunter: Greetings from Scotland! (video link)
13:45-14:30 James E. Fraser: Partial eclipse: in search of Baithéne, second abbot of Iona
14:30-15:00 Workshop: A Conversation on "Dark Age" Scotland, Part I
15:15-16:00 Workshop: A Conversation on "Dark Age" Scotland, Part II
Registration fee is $30 for Scottish Studies Foundation members, $35 for the general public and $10 for students. You can register via the Scottish Studies Foundation by mail or online.
For more information, please contact:
Scottish Studies Office
MacKinnon Building, Room 253
University of Guelph
Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Tel: 519-824-4120 ext 53209