Established in 1972, Northern Scotland is a fully peer-reviewed publication with contributors, reviewers and referees 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. This volume includes articles on the Arts Council and the Gaelic Arts, Orkney Skaill-names, estate management in the post-clearance Highlands, Edward III and the Lochindorb Chevauchee of 1336, and the Presbytery of Garioch in the eighteenth century. Contributors include William Thomson, Alistair Mutch, Annie Tindley, Susan Galloway and Iain Macinnes.
About the Author
David Worthington is Lecturer in History at the Centre for History, University of the Highlands and Islands.