November 26, 2020
From Radical Glasgow (UK)

      Sorry a bit late for this one, but still time if your enthusiastic enough.

Muir of Huntershill On Slavery: A Rediscovered Legal Thesis

November 2020
5pm to 5.45pm
An online

about Thomas Muir’s thesis and views on slavery in the 3rd Annual
Thomas Muir Lecture.
Led by Gerard Carruthers and Martyn

Gerard Carruthers)

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About this event: 

recent years there have come to light an increasing number of writings
by Thomas Muir of Huntershill (1765-99), notoriously transported to
Botany Bay for sedition in 1793. Among these is Muir’s legal thesis on
the topic of slavery written for admittance to the Faculty of Advocates
in Edinburgh in 1787 and which can be found in the holdings of the
National Library of Scotland. This online talk asks how did Muir view
the legality of slavery and how did his perspective on the topic relate
to his political ideas, more generally?

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