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Northern Scotland

Volume 7, Issue 1

Alastair J Macdonald, Jim MacPherson

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Northern Scotland is an annual peer-reviewed international journal that addresses historical, cultural, economic, political and geographical themes relating to the Highlands and Islands and north-east of Scotland.



‘Nor did ever fairies trip with such alacrity’: Peregrinations since Colmcille in his Historic Footsteps
Johnny Rodger

Europe, the British Empire and the Madeira Trade: Catholicism, Commerce and the Gordon of Letterfourie Network c.1730–c.1800
Alistair Mutch

The Orkney Islands and the European Economic Community in the 1970s
Mike MacDonald

Fear in Fearn: Place and Imagination in Michel Faber’s Ross-shire Fiction
Kristin Lindfield-Ott

Research Note

Elizabeth Ritchie – ‘Alive to the advantages of education’. Problems in Using the New Statistical Account to Research Education: A Case Study of the Isle of Skye


About the Author

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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