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Northern Scotland

Volume 9

Edited by Karly Kehoe, Alastair J Macdonald, Jim MacPherson

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Addresses historical, cultural, economic, political and geographical themes relating to northern Scotland.

Northern Scotland is an established scholarly journal that has been in existence since 1972. It is a fully peer-reviewed publication whose editorial board, contributors, reviewers and referees are drawn from a wide range of experts across the world. While it carries material of a mainly historical nature, from the earliest times to the modern era, it is a cross-disciplinary publication, which also addresses cultural, economic, political and geographical themes relating to the Highlands and Islands and the north-east of Scotland.

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Contents

ARTICLES

S. Karly Kehoe and Chris Dalglish, History, Heritage and Sustainable Development: A Position Statement on the Scottish Highlands

David Alston, Scottish Slave-owners in Suriname: 1651–1863

Susan P. Mains, John Lamont of Benmore: A Highland planter who died ‘in harness’ in Trinidad

DISCUSSION

Karen Salt and Susan P. Mains, Conversing with Caribbean and Northern Scottish Landscapes and Lifescapes

REVIEWS

Jón Viðar Sigurðsson and Timothy Bolton (eds), Celtic-Norse Relationships in the Irish Sea in the Middle Ages 800-1200

Alison Leonard

Amy Blakeway, Regency in Sixteenth-Century Scotland

Maureen M. Meikle

Roger A. Mason and Steven J. Reid (eds), Andrew Melville (1545-1622). Writings, Reception, and Reputation

Fionnuala O’Neill Tonning

Sharon Adams and Julian Goodare (eds), Scotland in the Age of Two Revolutions

Leonie James

Andrew Mansfield, Ideas of Monarchical Reform: Fénelon, Jacobitism and the Political Works of the Chevalier Ramsay

Doohwan Ahn

Daniel Szechi, Britain’s Lost Revolution: Jacobite Scotland and the French Grand Strategy, 1701-8

Kirsteen M. MacKenzie

Victoria Henshaw, Scotland and the British Army, 1700-1750: Defending the Union

Stephen Conway

Neil Guthrie, The Material Culture of the Jacobites

Jennifer Novotny

Rosalind Carr, Gender and Enlightenment Culture in Eighteenth-Century Scotland

Catherine Packham

Brian Bonnyman, The Third Duke of Buccleuch and Adam Smith: Estate Management and Improvement in Enlightenment Scotland

Daniel Bochman

Bob Harris, A Tale of Three Cities: The Life and Times of Lord Daer, 1763-1794

David Craig

Murray Stewart Keith and Duncan Sim (eds), The Modern Scottish Diaspora: Contemporary Debates and Perspectives

Barbara C. Murison

Robert G. W. Anderson (ed.), Cradle of Chemistry: The Early Years of Chemistry at the University of Edinburgh

Roger L. Emerson

Rebecca Lenihan, From Alba to Aotearoa. Profiling New Zealand’s Scots Migrants 1840-1920

Marjory Harper

Sarah Browne, The Women’s Liberation Movement in Scotland

Caitríona Beaumont

James Mitchell, Lynn Bennie and Robert Johns, The Scottish National Party: Transition to Power

Nick Taylor

Christopher Meir, Scottish Cinema: Texts and Contexts

Sarah Neely

About the Author

Dr S. Karly Kehoe is a lecturer in History at Glasgow Caledonian University. Her work concentrates on national identity, religion and gender in the nineteenth-century British World. She received her PhD in History from the University of Glasgow in 2005, held a SSHRC postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Guelph from 2006-2008 and was a Visiting Fellow of Yale’s Beinecke Library in 2011-12.

Alistair Macdonald is Mackie Lecturer in History at the University of Aberdeen.

Jim MacPherson is Programme Leader for MLitt British Studies, Postgraduate Research Co-Ordinator and Lecturer in History at The Centre for History, University of the Highlands and Islands.

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