Inverness (Mon) - Mike Robinson - James Croll: Joiner, Janitor, Genius.
Perth (Tue) - James Lamb - One Scotsman, One Monk, One Incredible Year.
Stirling (Wed) - James Lamb - One Scotsman, One Monk, One Incredible Year.
All talks start at 7:30pm and are open to all. Please see our website www.rsgs.org for more info!
The Scotsman have published another of our Writer-in-Residence, Jo Woolf's articles on our Livingstone Medallists. If you missed the original article you can find the link in this article too. You can also follow Jo on her own social media at The Hazel Tree.
If you are attending parents' evenings this week regarding course choices for your child then please do check out this page on our website which tells you about all the opportunities that studying Geography can offer, including a letter from our President Professor Iain Stewart.
If you are in Inverness on Monday 8th February then you can catch RSGS CEO Mike Robinson's talk on James Croll at 1930 in the Highland Council Chambers. If you have never heard of Croll then you can read up on him in our Writer in Residence Jo Woolf's blog post. You can read more of Jo's work via her blog page The Hazel Tree
Some of you may have caught John Hasting's Thomson's talks for RSGS last season (Ayr, Dumfries Borders) when he told audiences about his adventures walking with the Maasai. John, who is Joseph Thomson's Great - great - nephew, is still involved with the Maasai and works with tribal elder Ezekiel Katato to help preserve Maasai culture. If you are interested in John's work then you can find out more in a special feature in today's Herald.