International Review of Scottish Studies

Editor: Heather Parker
Assistant Editors: Alice Glaze and Caitlin Holton
Book Review Editors: Marian Toledo Candelaria and Andrew Webb

Announcements

 

Call for Papers - Special Issue

 
2014 marks the 700th anniversary of the iconic Battle of Bannockburn. Not only did this battle change life in medieval Scotland, it also influenced the way later generations of Scots conceived of themselves and their history. To mark this event, we are now accepting submissions for a special issue of the International Review of Scottish Studies that will investigate the impact of Bannockburn in history. It will include selected papers from the St Andrews Society of Toronto's "Bannockburn Then and Now" conference on 21 June 2014 (http://www.standrews-society.ca/event/battle-of-bannockburn-event-scotland-then-and-now/). The issue will be published online, as part of our open-access, EBSCO-indexed journal. Submissions will be peer reviewed, and must be submitted to the IRSS website, http://www.irss.uoguelph.ca/, by 1 May 2014.

An essay prize of $300 will be available for the best submission from an early career researcher. Graduate students and early career researchers within 24 months of completion of a graduate degree are eligible.
 
Posted: 2014-02-21 More...
 

Call for Papers for the IRSS

 
The editorial team of the International Review of Scottish Studies, published annually under the auspices of the Centre for Scottish Studies at the University of Guelph, now accepts article submissions on a rolling basis.

Submissions may cover any range of topics pertaining to Scottish Studies, including, but not limited to, history, literature, religion, and the diaspora. Articles should not exceed 8,000 words in length and should conform to the conventions of the Chicago Manual of Style, 16th Edition, with endnotes. Authors should also include a cover letter indicating his/her name, institutional affiliation, contact information (including email address and phone number), and a brief bio. All articles will be peer-reviewed.
 
Posted: 2011-09-21 More...
 
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Vol 38 (2013)

Table of Contents

Articles

Editor's Note PDF
Graeme Morton
Image and Inventory: Picture Post and the British view of Scotland, 1938-1957 PDF
Andrew Blaikie
‘ “Dannsair air ùrlar-déile thu”: Gaelic evidence about dance from the mid-17th to late-18th century Highlands’ PDF
Michael Steven Newton
Scottish Literature and Visual Art: A Caledonian Synergy PDF
Murdo Macdonald
A Life on the Ocean Wave PDF
James Harrison White

Reviews

Glenda Norquay, ed., The Edinburgh Companion to Scottish Women's Writing. PDF
Ginna Wilkerson
Roddy Simpson, The Photography of Victorian Scotland. PDF
Alastair James Durie
Tanja Bueltmann, Scottish Ethnicity and the Making of New Zealand Society, 1850-1930. PDF
Rebecca Lenihan
M. Pia Coira, By Poetic Authority: The Rhetoric of Panegyric in Gaelic Poetry of Scotland to c. 1700. PDF
Kelley Cox
Graeme Morton, Ourselves and Others: Scotland 1832-1914. PDF
W.W. Knox
Murray Pittock, ed., The Edinburgh Companion to Scottish Romanticism. PDF
Manfred Malzahn
P. Bajer, Scots in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, 16th-18th Centuries: The Formation and Disappearance of an Ethnic Group. PDF
Siobhan Marie Talbott
Trevor Griffiths, The Cinema and Cinema-Going in Scotland, 1896-1950. PDF
James John Nott
Fujiwara, Aya, Ethnic Elites and Canadian Identity: Japanese, Ukrainians and Scots, 1919-1971. PDF
Heather Metcalfe
Margo Todd, ed., The Perth Kirk Session Books, 1577-1590. PDF
Cathryn Spence
Edda Frankot, ‘Of Laws of Ships and Shipmen’: Medieval Maritime Law and its Practice in Northern Europe. PDF
Cynthia Neville
Andy King and David Simpkin, eds., England and Scotland at War, c.1296-c.1513. PDF
Kenneth F Duggan
M.H. Beals, Coin, Kirk, Class and Kin: Emigration, Social Change and Identity in Southern Scotland PDF
Graeme Morton


ISSN: 1923-5763