Scotland: The Making and Unmaking of the Nation, c.1100-1707 aims to show the importance of Scotland’s relationships to Europe and its part in a broader European story, as well as to dispel long-established myths and preconceptions which continue to exert a firm grip on public opinion. Especially in a post-devolution era, Scottish history and Scotland deserve better than this.
1. Scotland Before 1000 by Dauvit Broun
2. The Anglo-Norman Impact by Geoffrey Barrow
3. The Wars of Independence by Fiona Watson
4. The Stewart Monarchy by Michael Brown
6. The Western Gaidhealtachd by R Andrew MacDonald
6. The Medieval Church by Janet Foggie
7. Scotland and Europe by David Ditchburn
8. Townlife and Trade by Elizabeth Ewan
9. Medieval Archaeology by Derek W Hall and Catherine Smith
10. Rural Society and Economy by Ian Whyte
11. Medieval Architecture by Michael Asselmeyer
12. Medieval Literature by Nicola Royan
About the Author
Alan MacDonald is a senior lecturer in History at the University of Dundee, with a particular interest in the history of early modern Scotland, especially the history of the church and of parliament.