Journal of Scottish Historical Studies

The Journal of Scottish Historical Studies (formerly Scottish Economic and Social History) is published by Edinburgh University Press on behalf of the Economic and Social History Society of Scotland. It is a fully refereed outlet for the best research in social, economic and cultural history, in historical geography and anthropology, and in historical theory. It includes regular research and review articles, news and book reviews, and also has occasional interviews, symposia on key books, and appreciations of incidents, sources and ideas in the writing of Scotland’s history.

Published May & Nov

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Volume 37 (1)

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Counting Witches: Illuminating and Distorting the Shape of Witchcraft Accusations in Scotland
Stuart Macdonald, vol. 37 (1): 1-18
Catholics and Great War Memorialisation in Scotland
Darren Tierney, vol. 37 (1): 19-51
Furnishing Scotland and the World: Morris & Co., Glasgow, 1945–65
Glenn Hooper, vol. 37 (1): 52-72
Scottish Football and Colonial Zimbabwe: Sport, the Scottish Diaspora, and ‘White Africa’
Matthew L. McDowell, vol. 37 (1): 73-99
Andrew T. N. Muirhead, Reformation, Dissent and Diversity: The Story of Scotland's Churches, 1560–1960
Charlotte Methuen, vol. 37 (1): 100-101
Linda K. Riddell, Shetland and the Great War
Ben Thomas, vol. 37 (1): 101-103
Alistair Mutch, Religion and National Identity: Governing Scottish Presbyterianism in the Eighteenth Century
Graeme Morton, vol. 37 (1): 103-104
James Loxley, Anna Groundwater and Julie Sanders (eds), Ben Jonson's Walk to Scotland: An Annotated Edition of the ‘Foot Voyage’
Calum S. Wright, vol. 37 (1): 105-106
Robert Anderson, Mark Freeman and Lindsay Paterson (eds), The Edinburgh History of Education in Scotland
Alison T McCall, vol. 37 (1): 106-108
Hunter Powell, The Crisis of British Protestantism. Church power and the Puritan revolution, 1638–44
Crawford Gribben, vol. 37 (1): 108-109
Alastair J. Mann, James VII. Duke and King of Scots, 1633–1701
Laura I. Doak, vol. 37 (1): 109-111
Amy Blakeway, Regency in Sixteenth-Century Scotland
Lucinda (Lucy) Dean, vol. 37 (1): 111-113
Tadhg Ó hAnnracháin and Robert Armstrong, Eds., Christianities in the Early Modern Celtic World
Blake Ian Campbell, vol. 37 (1): 113-114
Ronald Lyndsay Crawford, The Lost World of John Witherspoon: Unravelling the Snodgrass affair, 1762–1776
Michael S. Griggs, vol. 37 (1): 114-116

Volume 36 (2)

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