Winter Talk – The Making of the Moray Landscape, Dr John R Barrett
November 21 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm£3
Come along to The Falconer Museum for the 2nd of This years Winter Talks – The Making of the Moray Landscape, Dr John R Barrett.
Cost of the Talks £3.00
£2.00 for members of the Friends of the Falconer Museum.
John R. Barrett is a professional archivist, occasional archaeologist, historian, walker and cyclist who now lives scenically, with two cats, on Speyside in northeast Scotland. He has published original research into local history, Scottish history, archaeology, archive sources and historic landscapes. His study of the Civil War in Scotland, Elgin’s Love-gift, and an edition of the memoirs of a seventeenth-century controversialist, Mr James Allan, inspired a historical novel Broken Sword. He has also written (pre)historical fiction for younger readers. Academic research, for a Ph D at Aberdeen University, forms the basis for A Regular Revolution.