Scottish Historical Review

The Scottish Historical Review is the premier journal in the field of Scottish Historical Studies, covering all periods of Scottish history from the early to the modern, encouraging a variety of historical approaches.

Contributors are regarded as authoritative in their subject area; the pages of the journal are regularly graced by leading Scottish historians.

In addition to its extensive book reviews, the Scottish Historical Review supports the compilation of List of Articles in Scottish History and List of Essays on Scottish History in Books, which cover articles published in the preceding year which is included in the Bibliography of British and Irish History.

Published Apr & Oct

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Latest articles

Volume 95 (2)

Front matter
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Back matter
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The Settlements of the Beauly-Wick Coast and the Historiography of the Moray Firth
vol. 95 (2): 139-163
Dál Riata c. 1000: Genealogies and Irish Sea Politics
vol. 95 (2): 164-181
Reassessing the Romance: Tartan as a Popular Commodity, c. 1770–1830
vol. 95 (2): 182-202
Artisans and Aristocrats in Nineteenth-Century Scotland
vol. 95 (2): 203-229
Taylor and Márkus (eds), The Place-Names of Fife
vol. 95 (2): 230-233
Pollock, Scotland, England and France after the Loss of Normandy, 1204–1296
vol. 95 (2): 233-235
Ellis, Defending English Ground: War and Peace in Meath & Northumberland, 1460–1542
vol. 95 (2): 235-237
Dawson, John Knox
vol. 95 (2): 237-239
Blakeway, Regency in Sixteenth-Century Scotland
vol. 95 (2): 239-240
Oram (ed.), ‘A House that Thieves Might Knock At’ . . . Tower Studies 1 & 2
vol. 95 (2): 240-244
Braddick (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of the English Revolution
vol. 95 (2): 244-246
Brown, Scotland's Lost Gardens: From the Garden of Eden to the Stewart Palaces
vol. 95 (2): 246-247
Goodare (ed.), Scottish Witches and Witch-Hunters; Williamson, Witches of the North: Scotland and Finnmark
vol. 95 (2): 247-250
Dunnigan and Gilbert (eds), The Edinburgh Companion to Scottish Traditional Literatures; McAulay, Our Ancient National Airs: Scottish Song Collecting from the Enlightenment to the Romantic Era
vol. 95 (2): 250-253
Zaretsky, Boswell's Enlightenment; Bonnyman, The Third Duke of Buccleuch and Adam Smith: Estate Management and Improvement in Enlightenment Scotland
vol. 95 (2): 253-255
Nugent and Ewan (eds), Children and Youth in Premodern Scotland
vol. 95 (2): 255-257
Muirhead, Reformation, Dissent and Diversity: The Story of Scotland's Churches, 1560–1960
vol. 95 (2): 257-258

Volume 95 (1)

A Latin Renaissance in Reformation Scotland? Print Trends in Scottish Latin Literature, c. 1480–1700
vol. 95 (1): 1-29