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Guelph Centre for Scottish Studies
2016 Spring Colloquium:

A showcase of current research on
Scottish history underway in the Centre

Saturday, April 16th
Knox College, University of Toronto
Registration (Coffee and Tea Service): noon-12:45pm
Welcome and Announcements: 12:45pm-1:00pm


1:00 - 1:40  Alice Glaze: “Scandalous persons and notorious louns: fugitive-harbouring and networks of support at the margins of early modern Scottish society.”

1:40 - 2:20  Chelsea Hartlen: “Catching Fire: Female Arsonists and Formal Justice in Sixteenth-Century Scotland”

2:20 - 3:00  Marian Toledo Candelaria: “‘Of Scotland I will make you king’: Malcolm Canmore in Andrew of Wyntoun’s Orygynale Cronykil.”

3:00 - 3.30  Break: Coffee, Tea and Refreshments

3:30 - 4:30  James E. Fraser: “Bede and the establishment of Christianity in Scotland.”

Speaker Biographies

Alice Glaze is a fourth-year doctoral candidate in History and Scottish Studies at the University of Guelph. Her PhD dissertation uses Canongate church and civil court records to explore women's social and economic networks in Scotland between 1600 and 1660. She served as an Assistant Editor of the International Review of Scottish Studies from 2013 to 2015, and is co-editing the most recent volume in the Guelph Series in Scottish Studies, Gender and Mobility in Scotland and Abroad.

Chelsea Hartlen is a second-year PhD candidate at the University of Guelph. She completed her BA and MA at Dalhousie University where she studied gender and felony crime. Her current research examines gender and homicide in late medieval Scotland.

Marian Toledo Candelaria is a third-year doctoral candidate in History and Scottish Studies at the University of Guelph. Her thesis examines the evolution of literary portrayals of King Malcolm III Canmore in Scottish chronicles from the twelfth to the early sixteenth centuries to assess changing notions of Scottish identity and kingship. She is one of the Assistant Editors of the International Review of Scottish Studies and works at the Guelph Centre for Scottish Studies.

James E. Fraser is Associate Professor and Scottish Studies Foundation Chair at the University of Guelph. He is the author of From Caledonia to Pictland: Scotland to 795 (Edinburgh University Press, 2009); The Roman Conquest of Scotland: the Battle of Mons Graupius AD 84 (Tempus Publishing, 2005); and The Battle of Dunnichen 685 (Tempus Publishing, 2002).

Registration is $30 for Scottish Studies Foundation members and for early-bird registrants on or before March 30, 2016; the price increases to $35 for registrants on April 1, 2016. A student rate of $10 is available. Click here to register online. To register by mail or for more information please contact:

Scottish Studies Office
MacKinnon Building, Room 253
University of Guelph
Guelph, Ontario, Canada
N1G 2W1
Tel: 519-824-4120 ext 53209
Email: scottish@uoguelph.ca

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