Vol 32 (2007)

Table of Contents

Articles

Sacrilege, Sacrifice and John Barbour’s Bruce
Sarah Tolmie
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Pasts, Futures, and Connections between Scotland, Ulster, and Ireland: a critique of some historiographical tendencies
G. K. Peatling
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My Words Should Catch Your Words: myth, writing and social ritual in A.L. Kennedy’s Everything You Need
Mihai Tudor Balinisteanu
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The Ambiguity of ‘Union’ and the Development of rhetoric in Scottish-American Higher Education: provincial anxiety in John Witherspoon’s language and syntax
Gideon Mailer
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Aspects of Thrift in East End Glasgow: new accounts at the Bridgeton Cross branch of the Savings Bank of Glasgow, 1881
Gordon Douglas Pollock
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Reviews

Gordon Noble. Neolithic Scotland: Timber, Stone, Earth and Fire
Ian Armit
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Callum G. Brown, Religion and Society in Twentieth-Century Britain
Stuart Macdonald
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Paul E. Kerry and Jesse S. Crisler (eds.), Thomas Carlyle, Literature and Belief
Tim Krizner
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Michael A. Taylor, Hugh Miller: Stonemason, Geologist, Writer
Monica Finlay
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Iain Whyte, Scotland and the Abolition of Black Slavery, 1756-1838
Femi J. Kolapo
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Geoffrey Plank, Rebellion and Savagery: The Jacobite Rising of 1745 and the British Empire, and Paula Martin Cupar: The History of a Small Scottish Town
A.M. Allen
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Trevor Royle, The Flowers of the Forest: Scotland and the First World War and Derek Young, Forgotten Scottish Voices from the Great War
Kris Gies
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Paul Cowan, How the Scots Created Canada
Andrew Hinson
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Pamela Robertson (ed.), Doves and Dreams: The Art of Frances Macdonald and James Herbert McNair
Elizabeth Cumming
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Gillian H MacIntosh, The Scottish Parliament under Charles II, 1660-1685
Rob Macpherson
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