Online Mini conference on Scotland's Involvement in Slavery - the local view

When & Where

This is a Scottish Local History Forum event.
Wednesday, 28 April 2021 - 5:00pm to Thursday, 29 April 2021 - 6:45pm
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Event Details

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The Scottish Local History Forum will be holding a mini conference to be held on Zoom over two early evenings on Wednesday April 28th and Thursday April 29th.

The programme is:

Apr 28:
5:00pm – Welcome and Introduction: Professor Chris Whatley OBE
Honorary President, Scottish Local History Forum
5:10pm – Eric Graham: The Scottish Plantocracy & the Compensation Lists
5:40pm – Alison Clark: Links and Legacies between the Scottish Highlands and the Caribbean: The
Case of James McInroy (1759-1825)
6:10pm – Stuart Nisbet: Slavery and the Local Landscape

Apr 29:
5:00pm – David Alston: Sackcloth, sugar and salt herring: Cromarty’s entanglement in slavery
5:30pm – David Worthington: The North Highlands, Sugar and Slavery in Late-Seventeenth
Century Suriname
6:00pm – Iain Whyte: Two bids for liberation in 18th century Ayrshire and Fife. The cases
of Jamie from Virginia and David from Grenada
6:30pm – Closing comments: Professor Chris Whatley OBE
Honorary President, Scottish Local History Forum

Contact

Via the website contact form https://www.slhf.org/contact-slhf

Costs

Free

Event Location

ONLINE BY ZOOM
ONLINE BY ZOOM
ONLINE BY ZOOM

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