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

ISSN (print): 
1748-538X
ISSN (online): 
1755-1749

Latest articles

Volume 37 (2)

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Lost Alternatives to Council Housing? An Examination of Stirling's Alternative Housing Initiatives, c. 1906–1939
James J. Smyth, vol. 37 (2): 117-135
The Business of Religion: Lending and the Church of Scotland in the Eighteenth Century
Alistair Mutch, vol. 37 (2): 136-154
Women at Work: Innkeeping in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland 1790–1840
Theresa Mackay, vol. 37 (2): 155-176
The Making of a Missionary Icon: Mary Slessor as ‘Heroine of Empire’
Esther Breitenbach, vol. 37 (2): 177-197
Johnny Rodger, The Hero Building: An Architecture of Scottish National Identity
Kevin Guyan, vol. 37 (2): 198-199
Louise Settle, Sex For Sale in Scotland: Prostitution in Edinburgh and Glasgow, 1900–1939
Nina Attwood, vol. 37 (2): 199-201
A.D. Morrison-Low, Photography: A Victorian Sensation; Sara Stevenson and A.D. Morrison-Low, Scottish Photography: The First Thirty Years
Norman H. Reid, vol. 37 (2): 201-203
David Taylor, The Wild Black Region: Badenoch 1750–1800
Micky Gibbard, vol. 37 (2): 203-204
Janay Nugent and Elizabeth Ewan (eds), Children and Youth in Premodern Scotland
Steven J. Taylor, vol. 37 (2): 205-206
Jeffrey Meek, Queer Voices in Post-War Scotland: Male Homosexuality, Religion and Society; Alison Chand, Masculinities on Clydeside: Men in Reserved Occupations during the Second World War
Helen Smith, vol. 37 (2): 206-208
John R. Barrett, The Making of a Scottish Landscape: Moray's regular revolution, 1760–1840
Annie Tindley, vol. 37 (2): 208-209

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