Innes Review

The Innes Review is a fully peer-reviewed journal promoting the study of the history of Catholic Scotland. It covers all aspects of Scottish history and culture, especially ones related to religious history. 

Published continuously by the Scottish Catholic Historical Association since 1950, it contains articles and book reviews on a wide field of ecclesiastical, cultural, liturgical, architectural, literary and political history from earliest times to the present day. It is named after Thomas Innes (1662-1744), a missionary priest, historian, and archivist of the Scots College in Paris whose impartial scholarship stood out amongst the denominational prejudices of the time.

Published May & Nov

ISSN (print): 
0020-157X
ISSN (online): 
1745-5219

Latest articles

Volume 67 (2)

Front matter
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Back matter
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Introduction: biography and James VI's Scotland
vol. 67 (2): 83-92
Not just a lawyer: Thomas Craig and humanist Edinburgh
vol. 67 (2): 93-106
The life of Sir James MacDonald of Knockrinsay
vol. 67 (2): 107-137
Sir William Keith of Delny: courtier, ambassador and agent of noble power
vol. 67 (2): 138-158
Religious tolerance and intolerance in Jacobean Scotland: the case of Archibald Hegate revisited
vol. 67 (2): 159-181

Volume 67 (1)

In Memoriam Jenny Wormald (1942–2015)
vol. 67 (1): 1-4
Jenny Wormald, historian: an appreciation
vol. 67 (1): 5-5
Defining Liberalism: the first Home Rule crisis in the Scottish capital
vol. 67 (1): 6-30
An ‘Inventair of som of the Earill of Dunfermline his buiks in Pinkie June 1625’: a fragment of the library of Alexander Seton (1555–1622)
vol. 67 (1): 31-54
Bishop John Geddes, Robert Burns and Dr Alexander Geddes
vol. 67 (1): 55-61
Corrigenda: Statehood and lordship in ‘Scotland’ before the mid-twelfth century
vol. 67 (1): 62-62
A House That Thieves Might Knock At: Proceedings of the 2010 Stirling and 2011 Dundee Conferences (Tower Studies, 1 & 2). Edited by Richard Oram
vol. 67 (1): 63-65
Supplications from England and Wales in the Registers of the Apostolic Penitentiary, 1410–1503. Edited by Peter D. Clarke and Patrick N. R. Zutshi
vol. 67 (1): 66-68
Ian A. Olson, Bludie Harlaw: Realities, Myths, Ballads
vol. 67 (1): 68-70
Scottish Witches and Witch-Hunters. Palgrave Historical Studies in Witchcraft and Magic. Edited by Julian Goodare
vol. 67 (1): 70-72
Alistair Mutch, Religion and National Identity: Governing Scottish Presbyterianism in the Eighteenth Century
vol. 67 (1): 72-74
The Scots College, Spain, 1767–1780: Memoirs of the Translation of the Scotch College from Madrid to Valladolid. Edited by Michael Briody
vol. 67 (1): 75-77
Anthony Cooke, A History of Drinking: The Scottish Pub since 1700
vol. 67 (1): 77-79