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09.30-9.55 Registration, History Fayre

Tea & coffee available.


10.00- 10.10 Welcome, Presentation of Awards

Chris MacKay, SATH President.


10.10- 10.25 National 5 History - Claire Wood

Claire will highlight key messages concering the coursework.


10.25- 11.20 Professor Tanja Bueltmann (Northumbria Uni.) - The Scottish Disapora

Professor Bueltmann will discuss the history of Scottish migration and its diaspora


11.20- 11.40 Interval

Tea & coffee available.


11.40- 12.30 Professor Evan Mawdsley - The Russian Civil War

Professor Mawdsley will discuss the Russian Civil War


12.30- 13.30 Networking Lunch and History Fayre

Tea & coffee available.


13.30- 13.55 Higher History - Stephen Green

Stephen will highlight key messages concerning the Higher coursework


13.55- 14.45 Travellers in the Third Reich - Juia Boyd

Julia is the author of the bestselling "Travellers in the Third Reich". Based on first hand accounts of foreigners travelling under the Third Reich, her book creates a sense of what it was like to travel in Hitler's Germany.


14.45- 15.00 Advanced Higher History - Glenn Logan

Glenn will highlight key messages concerning the Advanced Higher coursework


15.00 Plenary and close

Chris MacKay, SATH President



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*Julia Boyd

Julia Boyd is the author of The Story of Furniture, (Hamlyn 1975), Hannah Riddell, An Englishwoman in Japan (Tuttle, 1995) The Excellent Doctor Blackwell: A life of the First Woman Physician, (Sutton 2005; Kindle edition Thistle Publishing, 2013) and A Dance with the Dragon: The Vanished World of Peking’s Foreign Colony (I.B. Tauris 2012; Beijing: Commercial Press, 2016). Currently a trustee of the Wigmore Hall, she is a former governor of the English-Speaking Union and a former trustee of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust. She is married to Sir John Boyd, who served as British Ambassador to Japan. Having spent 10 years in Cambridge (when her husband was Master of Churchill College) she now lives in London


*Tanja Bueltmann

Tanja Bueltmann studied at the universities of Bielefeld and Edinburgh for her MA in British Cultural Studies, History and Sociology. With a strong background in Scottish history, she then moved to New Zealand to pursue her doctoral research on the country's Scottish immigrant community. Funded by the New Zealand government, Tanja completed her PhD at Victoria University of Wellington at the end of 2008. Returning to Europe thereafter, Tanja was appointed to join the History team at Northumbria in early 2009 and became Professor in History in 2017.


*Evan Mawdsley

Evan Mawdsley is a British historian and former Professor of International History at the University of Glasgow's School of Humanities. He is currently a Professorial Research Fellow. He specializes in Russian history and the history of World War II.

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