The History of the Scottish Parliament

Parliament and Politics in Scotland, 1235-1560

Edited by A. J. Mann, Alan R. MacDonald, Ronald J Tanner, Keith M. Brown

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These three volumes comprise a new history of Scotland's first parliament from the first surviving official records in the thirteenth century to its final dissolution in 1707.

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Introduction: Parliament and Politics in Scotland, 1235-1567
Keith M. Brown and Roland J. Tanner
1 Parliament, the Guardians and John Balliol, 1284-1296
Alison A. B. McQueen
2 Cowing the Community? Coercion and Falsification in Robert
Bruce's Parliaments, 1309-1318
Roland J. Tanner
3 Parliament Lost - Parliament Regained? The Three Estates
in the Reign of David II, 1329-1371
Michael A. Penman
4 Coronations, Kings and Guardians: Politics, Parliaments
and General Councils, 1371-1406
Stephen Boardman
5 Public Authority and Factional Conflict: Crown, Parliament
and Polity, 1424-1455
Michael Brown
6 The Estates in Eclipse? Politics and Parliaments in the
Reign of James IV
Norman Macdougall
7 The Parliament of 1525
Ken Emond
8 Marie de Guise and the Three Estates, 1554-1558
Pamela E. Ritchie
9 The Reformation Parliament
Keith M. Brown
Dr. Alastair Mann is Lecturer in Scottish History at the University of Stirling.

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.

R. J. Tanner is Research Fellow within the Scottish Parliament Project team at the University of St Andrews

Keith Brown is Professor of History at the University of Manchester. He specializes in early modern Scottish History, particularly the history of parliament and of the nobility.

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