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 69 (2)

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Enforcing uniformity: kirk sessions and Catholics in early modern Scotland, 1560–1650
Ryan Burns, vol. 69 (2): 111-130
The origins of the Catholic Social Guild in Scotland: ‘We have not attacked the Socialists professedly’
Piotr Potocki, vol. 69 (2): 131-146
The relief of Belgian refugees in the archdiocese of Glasgow during the First World War: ‘A Crusade of Christianity’
Kieran D. Taylor, vol. 69 (2): 147-164
Gaelic macro-genealogy and the development of an origin-legend for the kingdom of Alba
David N. Dumville, vol. 69 (2): 165-170
A previously unrecorded book from the library of the Edinburgh Dominicans
Michael Carter, vol. 69 (2): 171-177
Making Christian Landscapes in Atlantic Europe: Conversion and Consolidation in the Early Middle Ages, ed. Tomás Ó Carragáin and Sam Turner
Thomas Owen Clancy, vol. 69 (2): 178-184
Barbara Crawford, The Northern Earldoms: Orkney and Caithness from AD 870 to 1470
Andrew Jennings, vol. 69 (2): 184-186
Barbour's Bruce and its Cultural Contexts: Politics, Chivalry and Literature in Late Medieval Scotland, ed. Steve Boardman and Susan Foran
Kate McClune, vol. 69 (2): 186-188
Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology in the Dioceses of Aberdeen and Moray, ed. Jane Geddes
Morvern French, vol. 69 (2): 188-190
Northern England and Southern Scotland in the Central Middle Ages, ed. Keith J. Stringer and Angus J. L. Winchester
Fergus Oakes, vol. 69 (2): 190-193
The Materiality of Devotion in Late Medieval Northern Europe: Images, Objects and Practices, ed. Henning Laugerud et al.
Philippa Turner, vol. 69 (2): 193-195
Premodern Scotland: Literature and Governance 1420–1587. Essays for Sally Mapstone, ed. Joanna Martin and Emily Wingfield
Elizabeth Elliott, vol. 69 (2): 196-198
Thomas Cogswell, James I: The Phoenix King
Anna Groundwater, vol. 69 (2): 198-200
Sebastiaan Verweij, The Literary Culture of Early Modern Scotland: Manuscript Production and Transmission, 1560–1625
Steven J. Reid, vol. 69 (2): 200-203
Scotland's Long Reformation: New Perspectives on Scottish Religion, c. 1500–c. 1660, ed. John McCallum
Martin Ritchie, vol. 69 (2): 203-205
Thomas McInally, A Saltire in the German Lands: Scottish Benedictine Monasteries in Germany 1575–1862
Abbot Geoffrey Scott, vol. 69 (2): 205-207
Alasdair Roberts, Chapels of the Rough Bounds: Morar, Knoydart, Arisaig, Moidart
Jamie J. Kelly, vol. 69 (2): 208-210
Alexander D. Campbell, The Life and Works of Robert Baillie (1602–1662): Politics, Religion and Record-Keeping in the British Civil Wars
Neil McIntyre, vol. 69 (2): 210-212