Join us for a lively debate to celebrate the launch of the book “Scotland and the Union 1707 - 2007”, edited by Professor Tom Devine.
The event will build on the success of last year's acclaimed lecture series, which commemorated the tercentenary of the Act of Union and attracted audiences in excess of 4,000.
It will be held at George Square Lecture Theatre on Wednesday 14 May at 6pm.
A distinguished panel, chaired by Brian Taylor, BBC Scotland’s Political Editor, will discuss the findings of the volume and respond to questions from the audience.
Copies of the book will be available for purchase afterwards at a 20% discount.
This event is FREE but ticketed. Places are limited so booking is essential.
Please print and bring your confirmation email with you to the event. This is your e-ticket.
This event is now fully booked.
"Scotland and the Union 1707 - 2007" brings together the proceedings of 2007’s lecture series with additional commissioned essays.
It will be the essential text for understanding one of the most burning issues in British public life today.
Full details are available from Edinburgh University Press (EUP).
For more information on the event, including any accessibility enquiries, contact Deepthi De-Silva Williams.
This article was published on Nov 7, 2008