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Power and Propaganda

Scotland 1306-1488

Katie Stevenson

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How did the later medieval kings of Scotland manipulate their power and alliances after the Wars of Independence?

Power and Propaganda is a thematic reflection on the political history of late medieval Scotland, that considers the ways in which power was expressed and renegotiated during a crucial period in the kingdom’s history. It deals with themes including the nature of the power enjoyed by kings, how that power was maintained and how it was deployed; the interpersonal relations and struggles between kings and the elites within their kingdoms; and, the structures of governance through which power operated and was felt down to a local level.

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Contents

Acknowledgements
Chapter 1: Introduction: Power, Propaganda and Perceptions of Scotland in the Late Middle Ages
Chapter 2: Kingship, Power and the Making of a Myth
Chapter 3: Crises of Confidence: Kings, Princes and Magnates
Chapter 4: Governance, the Law and the Scottish Polity
Chapter 5: The Church, Religion and Intellectual Life
Chapter 6: Commerce and Community
Chapter 7: Elite Culture, Iconography and Propaganda
Further Reading.

About the Author

Katie Stevenson is a senior lecturer in Late Medieval British History, University of St Andrews.

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