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Here in the nation’s capital, Scottish history is taught by a strong and distinguished team, comprising seven core academic staff members, plus a number of postdoctoral fellows and associated staff.
The subject has been taught at the University of Edinburgh since the prestigious Sir William Fraser Chair of Scottish History and Palaeography was established in 1901. The post is currently held by Professor Ewen Cameron.
'From the early middle ages to the present day, we can offer expertise in all periods of study. Members of staff have published extensively on topics including Scottish politics in all periods, medieval saints’ cults, the Reformation and religious change, the witch hunt, Scotland’s external relations, the Highlands, the Scottish Enlightenment, culture and
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