Robert Hay

Author

Robert Hay lives on Lismore and is one of the curators of the island museum (Ionad Naomh Moluag). As a professional agricultural and environmental scientist, most recently at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, he has a particular interest in the history of land use. In 2005 he published Lochnavando No More: The Life and Death of a Moray Farming Community 1750-1850 and he has contributed to the forthcoming Agriculture volume of Scottish Life and Society: A Compendium of Scottish Ethnology, published by John Donald.

Robert Hay lives on Lismore and is one of the curators of the island museum (Ionad Naomh Moluag). As a professional agricultural and environmental scientist, most recently at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, he has a particular interest in the history of land use. In 2005 he published Lochnavando No More: The Life and Death of a Moray Farming Community 1750-1850 and he has contributed to the forthcoming Agriculture volume of Scottish Life and Society: A Compendium of Scottish Ethnology, published by John Donald.

Books

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    This island of Lismore boasts a remarkably rich heritage, both in terms of historic monuments and of an unbroken tradition of Gaelic culture. From their first sight of Tirefour Broch, dominating approaches from the mainland, visitors to the Isle of...