Vol 27 (2002)

Table of Contents

Articles

Introduction: Finding the Family in Historical Scotland
Janay Nugent
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Witchcraft and Family: What Can Witchcraft Documents Tell Us About Early Modern Scottish Family Life?
Lauren Martin
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Household Mobility in Rural Scotland: The Impact of the Poor Law after 1845
Andrew Blaikie
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Families of the Imagination: Myths of Scottish Family Life in Scottish Child Welfare Policy
Lynn Abrams
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Working Class Culture, Family Life and Domestic Violence on Clydeside, c1918-1939: a View from Below
Annmarie Hughes
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Torture and the Scottish Witch-hunt: a re-examination
Stuart Macdonald
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Script Lettering on Scottish Tombstones: Origins and Influences
George Thomson
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Reviews

David Ditchburn. Scotland and Europe: The Medieval Kingdom and its Contacts with Christendom, 1214-1560
Mairi Cowan
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R.R. Davies, The First English Empire. Power and Identities in the British Isles 1093-1343
Elizabeth Ewan
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Elizabeth Ewan and Maureen Meickle (eds.), Women in Scotland, c.1100-c.1750
J.R.D. Falconer
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Lizanne Henderson and Edward J. Cowan. Scottish Fairy Belief
Janay Nugent
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Jeanette Brock, The Mobile Scot, A Study of Emigration and Migration 1861-1911; Marjorie Harper, Emigration from Scotland Between the Wars; Colin Pooley and Jean Turnbull, Migration and Mobility in Britain Since the 18th Century; Char
Kris Inwood
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Arthur Herman. How the Scots Invented the Modern World: The True Story of How Western Europe’s Poorest Nation Created our World and Everything in it
Meghan Cameron
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