Anna Groundwater: Scotland Connected

Aye Write: Anna Groundwater discusses her book Scotland Connected, a user-friendly and thought-provoking guide to the key events in Scottish, British and World history.

Anna Groundwater: Scotland Connected

About Anna Groundwater: Scotland Connected

Anna Groundwater is a cultural and social historian of early modern Scotland at the University of Edinburgh and acts as a consultant for historical television and radio programmes, appearing on Scotland’s Clans and In Our Time.

Her book Scotland Connected is a user-friendly and thought-provoking guide to the key events in Scottish, British and World history, readily demonstrating the connections between the three.

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