Monthly Archives: January 2015

Transatlantic Notes – Scotland and America’s Shared Musical History

The Centre for Scottish Culture, at the University of Dundee, in conjunction with the AHRI is holding an event curated by Nancy Groce of the Library of Congress in Washington, including a concert by Brian McNeil. Join us for a unique event featuring an illustrated lecture and a compelling performance exploring 400 years of musical

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J P Bertrand Award for essay in collection edited by Professor Graeme Morton

A chapter in a recent collection of essays edited by Graeme Morton, Professor of Modern History at the University of Dundee, has won the J P Bertrand Award for the ‘best scholarly article on the history of Northwestern Ontario’. The article, “The Fur Traders’ Garden: Horticultural Imperialism in Rupert’s Land, 1670-1770”, was written by Beverly

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