Scotland: Suggested Readings


Beveridge, Craig & Ronald Turnbull. The Eclipse of Scottish Culture. Edinburgh: Polygon, 1989.

Bruce, Steve. No Pope of Rome; Anti-Catholicism in Modern Scotland. Edinburgh: Mainstream Publishing Company, 1985.

Cusick, Linda. "Scottish Inferiority." Scottish Affairs, no. 9, Autumn 1994, pp.143-70.

Devine, T.M. The Scottish Nation: A History 1700-2000. New York: Penguin, 1999.

Donnachie, Ian & Christopher Whatley (eds). The Manufacture of Scottish History. Edinburgh: Polygon, 1992.

Duncan, A A M. The Nation of the Scots and the Declaration of Arbroath. Glasgow: Historical Association pamphlet G75, 1970.

Finley, Richard J.. Independent and Free: Scottish Politics and the Origins of the Scottish National Party, 1918-1945. Edinburgh: John Donald Publishers, 1994.

Foster, John. "Nationality, Social Change and Class: Transformations of National Identity in Scotland" in The Making of Scotland: Nation, Culture and Social Change. ed. McCrone, David, Kendrick, Stephen & Shaw, Pat. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press in conjunction with the British Sociology Association, 1989.

Fry, Michael. Patronage and Principle; A Political History of Modern Scotland. Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, 1991.

Grant, Andrew. Independence and Nationhood: Scotland, 1306-1469. Edinburgh: Cromwell Press, 1984.

Harvie, Christopher. Scotland and Nationalism: Scottish Society and Politics 1707-1977. London: Routledge, 1994.

Hechter, Michael. Internal Colonialism: The Celtic Fringe in British National Development, 1536-1966. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1975.

Jedrej, M.C. & Nuttall, Mark. "Incomers and Locals: Metaphors and Reality in the Repopulation of Rural Scotland." Scottish Affairs, no.10, Winter 1995, pp. 112-126.

Kidd, Colin. Subverting Scotland's Past: Scottish whig historians and the creation of an Anglo-British identity, 1689 - 1830. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993.

Marr, Andrew. The Battle For Scotland. London: Penguin Books, 1992.

McCrone, David. Understanding Scotland, The Sociology of a Stateless Nation. London: Routledge, 1992.

Murray, Bill. The Old Firm: Sectarianism, Sport and Society in Scotland. Edinburgh: John Donald, 1984.

Nairn, Tom. The Break-up of Britain; Crisis of Neo-Nationalism. London: NLB. 1981.

Paterson, Lindsay. The Autonomy of Modern Scotland. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1994.

Trevor-Roper, Hugh. "The Invention of Tradition: The Highland Tradition of Scotland."(15-42) The Invention of Tradition, ed. Hobsbawm, Eric & Ranger, Terence. Cambridge: University of Cambridge Press, 1986.

Walker, Graham & Gallagher, Tom. "Protestantism and Scottish Politics." (86-111) Sermons and Battle Hymns; Protestant Popular Culture in Modern Scotland. ed. Walker, Graham & Gallagher, Tom. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1990.

Womack, Peter. Improvement and Romance, Constructing the Myth of the Highlands. London: The Macmillion Press LTD., 1989.

Zuelow, Eric. "Towards an Understanding of Scottish Ethnic Nationalism: The 'Watch' Groups and 'Anti-Englishness' in Late Twentieth Century Scotland" in The Nationalism Project. http://www.nationalismproject.org/articles.html

- Eric Zuelow
Ph.D. Candidate
Department of History

University of Wisconsin - Madison