Kelsey Jackson Williams is Lecturer in Early Modern Literature at the University of Stirling. His research interests include learned culture, literature, and carved stones in early modern Scotland.
Kimberly Sherman is a PhD Candidate in Modern History at the University of St Andrews. Her thesis project examines the role of Scottish networks in North Carolina during the eighteenth century, with research interests in family, environmental, and Atlantic history.
Andrew Carter is a PhD candidate in Scottish History at the University of St Andrews. His research explores the cultural and political role of the established church in Scotland during the Restoration period. His research interests include British religious and social history.
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This conference is generously supported by the Institute of Scottish Historical Research.