Stirling, Scotland: A Treasure Trove of Hidden History

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Free Livestream - Stirling, Scotland: A Treasure Trove of Hidden History

Broadcasting live from Scotland on YouTube

Friday, November 10th at 3:00 PM ET

Join Context and Scottish historian Beth Reid on a journey through Stirling’s local gems. Unveil the secrets of iconic landmarks like Stirling Castle, National Wallace Monument, and Bannockburn Heritage Centre. Explore the medieval wonders of Church of the Holy Rude and Cambuskenneth Abbey, and delve into history at Mar’s Wark, Stirling Old Bridge, and many more. RSVP for this upcoming free livestream and uncover the fascinating stories of Stirling.

about historian beth reid

Beth Reid was born and raised in Scotland, initially living near Glasgow before moving north to Stirling. She achieved both a BA in Scottish History and an MRes in Historical Research from the University of Stirling, with her postgraduate research focusing on the lives and careers of noblewomen in fourteenth-century Scotland. In addition to teaching Scottish history for Arcadia (Scotland) University’s summer programme, Beth is writing her first book for Pen & Sword Books, titled ‘Women in the Scottish Wars of Independence.' Beth shares her passion for Scotland and Scottish history through content creation and writing. She manages a popular Instagram page @historywithbeth and partners with various organizations to promote Scottish history and travel, including Context Travel.

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