Dunvegan Castle in the Isle of Skye, the home of the MacLeod chiefs, is believed to be
the oldest continuously inhabited house in the Highlands and Islands.
Online Lecture Series
SHIHR offers regular talks by experts on Highland and Island historical research, normally one per month from October to May. The content of the talks will usually then feature in short articles in our publication West Highland Notes & Queries.
The talks are held online (via Zoom), which means that you can easily join us no matter where in the world you are.
Unless otherwise stated, each talk will begin at 7.30 pm (GMT) and last up to one hour, followed by questions. As the audience for each talk will be limited to 100, please book your place in plenty of time via e-mail. You will then be sent a code to allow you to join the talk via Zoom.
Participation in these lectures is free to members of the Society and to students. Non-members (other than students) are politely requested to make a donation of £5 to society funds. To do this online, simply go to the information page for your chosen lecture, then click on the PayPal button at the bottom. For alternative methods of payment, please contact our Treasurer. PLEASE NOTE: Even if you have made a donation you should still register for the lecture by e-mailing us, in order to receive the Zoom link.
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Founded in 1972, the Society’s aims are to encourage research into the history of the Highlands & Islands of Scotland and to make this research available to the general public.
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