The Emergence of the Scottish Broadside Ballad in the Late Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries
- Nation, migration, and the province in the first British empire: Scotland and the Americas... Landsman, Ned C. // American Historical Review;Apr99, Vol. 104 Issue 2, p463
Discusses the issue of Scottish involvement with North America in the 17th and 18th centuries. Image of the Scot as colonizer; Scottish presence in the Americas; Dichotomy within the literature on Scottish involvement abroad; Factors behind Scotland's opening to the world; Complexity of...
- BALLADS IN THE THIRD SERIES. Sidgwick, Frank // Ballads of Scottish Tradition & Romance;1/1/1903, p4
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various topic within the book including lyrical ballad, English and Scottich ballads.
- Index. // Scottish Historical Review;Oct2008 Supplement 2, Vol. 87, p135
A subject index for the October 2, 2008 issue of the journal "Scottish Historical Review" is presented.
- Reconstructuring rural infanticide in eighteenth-century Scotland. Symonds, Deborah A. // Journal of Women's History;Summer98, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p63
Explores the dynamics of infanticide in 18th century Scotland. Factors that contributed to infanticide; Statute of Scotland on infanticide; Cases of infanticide in Scotland from 1690 to 1762.
- Poverty or Prosperity? Rural Society in Lowland Scotland in the Late Sixteenth and Early... Whyte, Ian // Scottish Economic & Social History;1998, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p19
Discusses events in Scottish agriculture and rural society in the decades between the Reformation and the outbreak of Revolution in 1638. Speculation on social and economic change in rural Scotland in the late 16th and early 17th century; Factors affecting population growth; Tenants in the...
- The Statutes of Iona in Context. Goodare, Julian // Scottish Historical Review;Apr98, Vol. 77, 1 Issue 203, p31
Examines the significance of the Statutes of Iona in the 17th century history of Scotland. Transformation of the nature of clanship and the authority of the state; Analysis of the assumption that the statutes were the centerpiece of Highland policy under James VI and I; Background to the...
- 'A Scottish Sack Ship in the Newfoundland Trade 1726-27'. Janzen, Olaf Uwe // Scottish Economic & Social History;1998, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p1
Focuses on the sack ship voyage undertaken by the Scottish ship Christian in 1726 from Newfoundland in Canada. Origin of the ship from Leith, the port community serving the Scottish city of Edinburgh; Determination of what compelled the men who freighted the ship to venture in an unfamiliar...
- SCOTLAND ANTHOLOGISED: IMAGES OF CONTEMPORARY SCOTTISH IDENTITY IN TRANSLATION ANTHOLOGIES OF SCOTTISH POETRY. Barnaby, Paul // Scottish Studies Review;Spring2002, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p86
Examines the translation anthology in Scotland in the 1900s. Relevance of translation anthology to the Scottish culture; Literary transfer between central cultures; Purpose of translated anthologies.
- A Hotbed of Genius (Book Review). Reid, W. Stanford // Canadian Journal of History;Apr88, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p121
Reviews the book 'A Hotbed of Genius: The Scottish Enlightenment, 1730-90,' edited by Peter Daiches, Peter Jones, and Jean Jones.