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This index lists, and links to, articles, essays, conference papers and other material on Scottish literature and language available free on-line.

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ABRAHAMSON, ROBERT LOUIS: 'Lived In Books', Textualities, 2005

ACKER, KATHY: 'Public Interview with Alasdair Gray at the ICA, London', 1986 (transcript on Alasdair Gray's website)

Adam, Henry
  • 'Norme et marginalité: de la bonne ou de la mauvaise réputation dans The People Next Door de Henry Adam', Danièle Berton, Études Écossaises 10, 2005

    ÀGÙSTSDÒTTIR, INGIBJÖRG: 'Mary Queen of Scots as Feminine and National Icon: Depictions in Film and Fiction', Études Écossaises 15, 2012

    Alasdair, Alasdair Mac Mhaighstir - see Mac Mhaighstir Alasdair, Alasdair

    ALIAGA-LAVRIJSEN, JESSICA:
  • 'Fetish of Ciphers: Brian McCabe's Zero', Textualities, 2009.
  • 'Spanish translation of "Interferences"', Jessica Aliaga-Lavrijsen, Cartaphilus 4, 2008.
  • 'Spanish translation of "One Atom to Another"', Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses 23, 2010. Available via the Institutional Repository of the University of Alicante
  • 'Trauma and Silence in Brian McCabe's "Say Something"', published in Between the Urge to Know and the Need to Deny. Trauma and Ethics in Contemporary British and American Literature Herrero, Dolores and Sonia Baelo-Allué (eds.), 2011. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter. Available via academia

    ALISON, JIM: 'Burns in School', Laverock 3, 1997
  • 'Lummie', Laverock 3, 1997
  • 'A Passage to Treasure Islands', ScotLit 29, 2003
  • 'Thanks Courteous Wall', ScotLit 33, 2005
  • 'Towards an Overview of Scottish Children's Literature from 1823–2010', The Bottle Imp 7, Spring 2010

    Allan, Dot
  • 'Dot Allan: a Glasgow woman novelist', Moira Burgess, ScotLit 19, 1998

    ALTUN, ALI: 'John McGrath: an Anti-Class-based System Playwright', a paper presented at ESSE 2012, published on the ASLS website.

    ANDERSON, CAROL: 'An Interview with Alasdair Gray', with Glenda Norquay, Cencrastus, January 1983 (transcript on Alasdair Gray's website)

    Anderson, Lin
  • ' Death and Literature: a conversation between Lin Anderson and Louise Welsh', Jennie Renton, Textualities, 2006

    ANDERSON, LIN: 'Bloodyminded in Bloody Scotland', The Bottle Imp 14, Fall 2013

    ANDREWS, COREY E.: '"Ev'ry Heart can Feel": Scottish Poetic Responses to Slavery in the West Indies, from Blair to Burns', International Journal of Scottish Literature 4, Autumn/Winter 2008
  • 'Footnoted Folklore: Robert Burns's Halloween', Corey E. Andrews, Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012
  • 'The Genius of Scotland: Robert Burns and His Critics, 1796–1828', International Journal of Scottish Literature 6, Spring/Summer 2010
  • 'Writing in Burns's Shadow: The Great Unknowns of Nineteenth-Century Scottish Labouring-Class Verse', The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 2, 2015

    Angus, Marion
  • 'Writing the "Spirit of Place": the Poetry of Marion Angus and Violet Jacob', Katherine Gordon, ScotLit 34, 2006

    ARATA, STEPHEN D.: 'The Sedulous Ape: Atavism, Professionalism and Stevenson's Jekyll and Hyde', Criticism, Spring 1995
  • 'Stevenson's Careful Observances', Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 47, August 2007

    Arbuthnott, Gill
  • ' Tales of the Unexpected: Gill Arbuthnott on the gestation, writing and publication of her novel The Chaos Clock', Gill Arbuthnott, Textualities, 2005

    ARBUTHNOTT, GILL: 'Tales of the Unexpected: Gill Arbuthnott on the gestation, writing and publication of her novel The Chaos Clock', Textualities, 2005

    Arnold, Thomas
  • 'Reading The Bothie of Toper-na-fuosich in the Bothie of Porirua Road: Thomas Arnold, Arthur Hugh Clough and Literary Emigration', Jane Stafford, International Journal of Scottish Literature 9, Autumn/Winter 2013 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Art - see Visual Art

    Arthurian Literature
  • ' An Interview with Mary Stewart', Raymond H. Thompson, on the Interviews with Authors of Modern Arthurian Literature website
  • ' An Interview with Naomi Mitchison', Raymond H. Thompson, on the Interviews with Authors of Modern Arthurian Literature website

    ASHLEY, KATHERINE: '"Ae Thoosand Tongues": Language and Identity in Psychoraag', International Review of Scottish Studies 36, 2011

    ATTEBERY, LOUIE W.: 'Take the High Road: a review of Colin Manlove's Scottish Fantasy Literature: a critical survey', Science Fiction Studies 72, July 1997

    Auger, Peter: 'How Scottish is the Scottish Psalter? William Mure of Rowallan, Zachary Boyd, and the Metrical Psalter of 1650', Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014

    Australian New Wave
  • 'No Wrang - Jist Different: Some resemblances between Scottish Drama of the 1970s and the Australian New Wave', Steve Cramer, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 6-1, 2013

    AYTON, JAMES: 'Sir Robert Ayton - The Last Castalian Time for a Reappraisal', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    Ayton, Sir Robert
  • 'Sir Robert Ayton - The Last Castalian Time for a Reappraisal', James Ayton, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
     

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    BAILEY, JAMES: '"What a story it could be": Identity and Narrative Strategy in Ali Smith's Like', James Bailey, Forum 11, Autumn 2010

    Baillie, Joanna
  • 'Joanna Baillie: Synthesis of Romanticism, Nationalism, and Feminism', Judith Bailey Slagle, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website
  • 'Rounding the Circle: American Interest in Joanna Baillie (1762-1851)', Evelyn Laidlaw, Fourth Symbiosis Conference: "Across the Great Divide" July 2003 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • ' Science Fiction and Techno-Gothic Drama: Romantic Playwrights Joanna Baillie and Jane Scott', Marjean D. Purinton, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 21, February 2001
  • ' "Shelley Himself in Petticoats": Joanna Baillie's Orra and Non-Violent Masculinity as Remorse in The Cenci', Stephen Hancock, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 31, August 2003
  • 'At the Surface of Romantic Interiority: Joanna Baillie's Orra', Julie Murray, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 56, November 2009

    BAILEY, PEGGY DUNN: 'Words of Fire: Mrs. M. A. Reid's The Harp of Salem', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    BAKER, ROSEMARY: 'John McNeillie's Wigtown Ploughman', Textualities, 2005

    BAKER, STEPHEN: 'The Fetish of the New: Culture and Class in Alasdair Gray's Something Leather', The Glasgow Review, issue 3

    BAKER, TIMOTHY C.: 'Ian Macpherson's Writing of the Disaster', International Review of Scottish Studies 33, 2008

    Bakhtin, Mikhail
  • 'Brief Encounters, Long Farewells: Bakhtin and Scottish Literature', Alastair Renfrew, International Journal of Scottish Literature 1, Autumn 2006
  • 'Bye-Bye Bakhtin', Peter McCarey, International Journal of Scottish Literature 2, Spring/Summer 2007
  • 'Wankers, Burds, and Skag: Heteroglossia in Trainspotting', Stacey Mankoff, Empty Mirror, January 2013

    Balfour, Alexander
  • 'Writing in Burns's Shadow: The Great Unknowns of Nineteenth-Century Scottish Labouring-Class Verse', Corey E. Andrews, The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 2, 2015

    BALINISTEANU, TUDOR: 'Dreaming Brokenly of Deaths by Fire: Deconstructions of Social Myths in A.L. Kennedy's Night Geometry and the Garscadden Trains', Postgraduate English 11, March 2005
  • 'My Words Should Catch Your Words: myth, writing and social ritual in A.L. Kennedy's Everything You Need', International Review of Scottish Studies 32, 2007

    Ballads
  • 'Ballads and the Supernatural: Spells, Charms, Curses and Enchantments', Sheila Douglas, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'Orality's Silence: The Other Ballad Revival', Janet Sorensen, International Journal of Scottish Literature 2, Spring/Summer 2007
  • 'Poet and Lyricist Anne Hunter: More than "Haydn's Muse"', Joy M. Currie, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website
  • 'Roswall and Lillian, the "Lord of Learne" and the Study of Medieval Romance and the Early-Modern Ballad', Rhiannon Purdie, Journal of the Northern Renaissance 4, 2012
  • 'Scottish Ballads and Popular Culture', Suzanne Gilbert, The Bottle Imp 5, Spring 2009
  • 'Sing Us One of the Old Songs - Why Teach Ballads?', Elaine Petrie, Laverock 3, 1997
  • ' Transformations of "Tam Lin": An Analysis of Folk-Tale Picture Books', Ginger Mullen, The Looking-Glass, 8/3, 2004

    Ballantyne, Hermione
  • 'Hermione Ballantyne', Catherine Jones, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    Banks, Iain
  • 'Action at a Distance: Narrative Structure and Technique in lain Banks' Whit', Stephen R. Jones, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'Coalescence and the fiction of Iain Banks', David Leishman, Études Écossaises 12, 2009
  • ' Culture Clash: Ambivalent Heroes and the Ambiguous Utopia in the Work of Iain M. Banks', David Horwich, Strange Horizons, 21 January 2002
  • ' Culture Shock: an Interview with Iain Banks', Andrew J. Wilson, ONE Magazine, 15 February 2008
  • 'Galactic Empires and the Contemporary Extravaganza: Dan Simmons and Iain M. Banks', Christopher Palmer, Science Fiction Studies 77, March 1999
  • 'Iain Banks in French: Translating “The Foreigner Within”', Olivier Demissy-Cazeilles, International Journal of Scottish Literature 7, Autumn/Winter 2010
  • ' An Interview with Iain Banks', Andrew Wilson, Textualities, 2005
  • '"Jean-Claude Van Damme and Mother Superior": la transgression chez Iain Banks et Irvine Welsh', Marie-Odile Pittin-Hédon, Études Écossaises 11, 2008
  • 'Poetic Licence - Iain M. Banks' Consider Phlebas and T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land', Gary S. Wilkinson, Vector, January 1999 (available on John Black's blog)
  • 'Reading Double, Writing Double: The Fiction of Iain (M.) Banks', Martyn Colebrook, The Bottle Imp 8, Fall 2010
  • 'The Worlds of Iain Banks', Alan MacGillivray, Laverock 2, 1996

    Bannerman, Anne
  • 'Anne Bannerman: Biographical Essay', Adriana Craciun, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    BARBALET, JACK M: ' WJ and Robert Louis Stevenson: the Importance of Emotion', Streams of William James 3/3, 2001 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Barbour, John
  • 'Back to the Future: The Bruce and Relevance to the 21st Century Reader', Christine Robinson, The Bottle Imp 4, Fall 2008
  • 'A Question of Truth: Barbour's Bruce, Hary's Wallace and Richard Coer de Lion', Nicola Royan, International Review of Scottish Studies 34, 2009
  • 'Sacrilege, Sacrifice and John Barbour's Bruce', Sarah Tolmie, International Review of Scottish Studies 32, 2007

    Barr, Russell
  • 'State of Transformation: Drag Queen Masculinity in Two Scottish Texts', Carole Jones, Genders 50, 2009

    Barrie, Sir James
  • ' From Drama to Silent Film: the Case of Sir James Barrie', Ronald D. S. Jack, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 2/2, 2001
  • 'Ghostly Endings: The Evolution of J. M. Barrie's Farewell Miss Julie Logan', Andrew Nash, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • '"Houdinizing" Peter Pan: the Magical Exploits of J. M. Barrie and Harry Houdini', Karen McGavock, e-Sharp, Autumn 2003
  • 'Peter Pan and Trainspotting: Escaping Adulthood', Stine Hjorth Jensen, The Bottle Imp 13, Spring 2013

    BARRON, CHARLES: 'Doric Drama', published on the Elphinstone Kist website

    BARROWMAN, CAROLE E.: 'The Dark Threads of Tartan Noir', originally published in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, June 24, 2004, available on Carole Barrowman's website

    Bateman, Meg
  • ' Lightness in the Highlands: a Biography of Meg Bateman', Robert Davidson, Textualities, 2005
  • 'The Poetry of Meg Bateman', Alexander Shevlinn, on the Simply Scottish website

    BATEMAN, MEG: 'Gaelic Poetry for English Classes?', Laverock 3, 1997

    Beattie, James
  • ' James Beattie's "The Judgement of Paris": a Neglected Example of Eighteenth Century Philosophical Poetry?', Virginia Sampson, Postgraduate English 12, September 2005

    BECK, ANDRÁS: 'A Stage of One's Own: The Artistic Devolution of Contemporary Scottish Theatre', International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 5-1, 2012

    BECK, SARAH: 'Playing War: Encountering Soldiers and Navigating Ethical Responsibilities in the Creation of Black Watch', International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 6-1, 2013

    BEHRENDT, STEPHEN C.: 'Catherine George Ward (1787- late 1830s)', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website
  • 'Elizabeth Rutherford Scot, 1729-1789', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website
  • 'Isabella Fordyce Kelly (c. 1759-1857)', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website
  • 'Mary Edgar, fl. 1810-1824', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website
  • 'Mrs. Richmond Inglis', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    BELL, BARBARA: 'Meg Dods – Before the Curtain' (with John Ramage), International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/2, 2000

    Benjamin, Walter
  • 'Stevenson, Benjamin, and the Decay of Experience', Matthew Wickman, International Journal of Scottish Literature 2, Spring/Summer 2007

    BENSKE, KARLA: '"Diabolus Ex Machina": Manipulation and Masterly Intrigue in James Kennaway's Some Gorgeous Accident', e-Sharp, Autumn 2003

    BENSON, C. DAVID: 'Critic and Poet: What Lydgate and Henryson Did to Chaucer's "Troilus and Criseyde"', Modern Language Quarterly, 53/1, March 1992 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Bernstein, Marion
  • 'Mirren's Autobiography: The Life and Poetry of Marion Bernstein (1846-1906)', Edward H. Cohen and Linda Fleming, Scottish Literary Review, 2/1, Spring 2010 (made available through the Rollins Scholarship Online website) [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    BERTON, DANIÈLE: 'Mr Placebo d'Isabel Wright: de l'art de l'illusion et de l'expérimentation en un "théâtre d'opérations"', Études Écossaises 12, 2009
  • 'Norme et marginalité: de la bonne ou de la mauvaise réputation dans The People Next Door de Henry Adam', Études Écossaises 10, 2005
  • 'Parcours et détours en Écosse: Dark Earth de David Harrower', Études Écossaises 10, 2005
  • 'Rhizome and fructification: Matthew Zajac's The Tailor of Inverness', International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-2, 2011

    BERTON, JEAN: 'Esquisse d'un paysage ontologique dans A Highland Trilogy de Kenneth Steven', Études Écossaises 10, 2005
  • 'L'étrange et le miroir dans The Fanatic de James Robertson', Études Écossaises 11, 2008
  • 'John Macnab et l'envers du décor, dans John Macnab (1925) de John Buchan et The Return of John Macnab (1996) de Andrew Greig', Études Écossaises 12, 2009
  • 'Le retour d'exil dans l'œuvre de Iain Crichton Smith', Études Écossaises 13, 2010
  • 'Translating Scottish Literary Texts: A Linguistic Clover-Leaf', International Journal of Scottish Literature 7, Autumn/Winter 2010

    BERTONÈECHE, CAROLINE: 'On Walking in Burns's "Great Shadow": Keats's Scottish Heritage', Études Écossaises 15, 2012

    Berwick, Thurso - see Blythman, Morris

    BESSON, CYRIL: 'Les Utopies adolescentes de Robert Louis Stevenson', Études Écossaises 11, 2008

    BEST, VICTORIA: 'The Drama of the Mind: A Profile of Janice Galloway', Numéro Cinq magazine, August 2015

    BICKET, J. LINDEN: 'George Mackay Brown's "Celia": The Creative Conversion of a Catholic Heroine', Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014
  • 'The Looms of History in George Mackay Brown's Literary Landscape', e-Sharp 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'The plough has broken the lingering snow', Open House, April 2013
  • 'Robin Jenkins: a centenary celebration', ScotLit 42, 2012

    BIGNALL, JONATHAN: 'John McGrath and the Dialogues of Television Studies', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/2, 2002

    BISSETT, ALAN: 'Damage Land Revisited: Scottish Gothic in the Noughties', The Bottle Imp 6, Fall 2009
  • 'How Scottish Theatre Predicted The Referendum', Bella Caledonia, 2 April 2015

    BLACK, D. M.: '"How Shall the Race be Served?": The Life of Edwin Morgan', The Dark Horse 26, Winter/Spring 2011 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    BLACK, RONALD: 'A Scottish Grammatical Tract, c.1640', Celtica vol 21, 1990 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Black, William
  • 'Fantasy, Reality and the Woman Question: a re-reading of William Black's fiction', Margery Palmer McCulloch, ScotLit 29, 2003

    Blackwood's Magazine
  • ' Blackwood's Berserker: John Wilson and the Language of Extremity', Robert Morrison, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 20, November 2000
  • ' North of the Border: Cultural Crossing in the Noctes Ambrosianae', Nicola Z. Trott, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 20, November 2000

    BLAIR, KIRSTIE: 'McGonagall, 'Poute', and the Bad Poets of Victorian Dundee', The Bottle Imp 14, Fall 2013

    Blamire, Susanna
  • 'Susanna Blamire (1747-1794)', Becky Lewis, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    Blind Harry
  • '"Quham dowis thow Scot?" Scottish Identity in Blind Hary's Wallace', Stefan Thomas Hall, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'A Question of Truth: Barbour's Bruce, Hary's Wallace and Richard Coer de Lion', Nicola Royan, International Review of Scottish Studies 34, 2009

    Blythman, Morris
  • 'a.k.a. Thurso Berwick: Doon Amang the Eskimos', Gordon McCulloch, The Bottle Imp 9, Spring 2011

    Bochanan, Dùghall - see Buchanan, Dugald

    BOLD, VALENTINA: 'On Editing The Merry Muses', Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012

    BONNAR, ANNE: 'The Art of Business Innovation: The Citizens' Theatre under the Directorship of Giles Havergal', International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 5-1, 2012

    BOOTH, GORDON: ' The Kirk and the Leid', published on the GKB Enterprises website
  • ' Robert Louis Stevenson and William Robertson Smith: a Study in Contrast', published on the GKB Enterprises website

    BORTHWICK, DAVID: '"Driven by Loneliness and Silence": John Burnside's Susceptible Solitaries', The Bottle Imp 12, Fall 2012
  • 'From Grey Granite to Urban Grit: A Revolution in Perspectives', James Leslie Mitchell (Lewis Grassic Gibbon) Centenary Conference, 9 June 2001

    Boswell, James
  • 'James Boswell's Scotland', Tom Huntington, Smithsonian Magazine Issue 5, January 2005 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • '"Never Met - and Never Parted": The Curious Case of Burns and Boswell', David W. Purdie, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    BOUCHER, FRANÇOIS-EMMANUËL: 'Thomas Carlyle et le culte du Héros aux époques de paralysie spirituelle', Post-Scriptum, 10, 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    BOWMAN, MARTIN: 'Trainspotting in Montreal: the dramatic version', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/1, 2000

    Boyd, Zachary
  • 'How Scottish is the Scottish Psalter? William Mure of Rowallan, Zachary Boyd, and the Metrical Psalter of 1650', Peter Auger, Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014

    BRADLEY, JOSEPH M: 'Scottishness in the Tartan Army', The Bottle Imp 10, Fall 2011

    BRAIDWOOD, ALISTAIR: 'We're All Henry Jekyll's Bairns: Robert Louis Stevenson's Enduring Influence on Scottish Literature', The Bottle Imp 12, Fall 2012

    BRANCH, LORI: 'Plain Style, or the High Fashion of Empire: Colonialism, Resistance and Assimilation in Adam Smith's Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    Breslin, Theresa
  • '"The Future of the Planet" – Scottish Cosmopolitanism/CosmoFeminism and Environmentalism in Theresa Breslin's Saskia's Journey', Fiona McCulloch, Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014

    BRESLIN, THERESA: 'Scotland as Source: Personal Reflections by Theresa Breslin', The Bottle Imp 7, Spring 2010

    Bridie, James
  • 'James Bridie's The Anatomist and John Byrne's The Slab Boys', Edwin Morgan, paper given at an ASLS Conference, 1987

    Brookmyre, Christopher
  • ' Christopher Brookmyre in Conversation', Jennie Renton, Textualities, 16 March 2005

    Broughton, Eliza
  • 'Eliza Broughton, fl. 1796', Samantha Webb, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    BROWN, ANDY: 'Robin Robertson's Swithering: a review', Stride Magazine, December 2005

    Brown, George Mackay - see Mackay Brown, George

    Brown, Ian
  • ' History, Ideology and Performance in Ian Brown's Mary and A Great Reckonin'', Steve Cramer, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/1, 2002
  • 'The New Writing Policies of Clive Perry and Stephen MacDonald at the Royal Lyceum Theatre, 1966-79', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 2/2, 2001

    BROWN, IAN: 'Cultural centrality and dominance: the creative writer's view - conversations between Scottish poet/playrights and Ian Brown', International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-1, 2011
  • 'In exile from ourselves? Tartanry, Scottish popular theatre, Harry Lauder and Tartan Day', Études Écossaises 10, 2005
  • 'Playwrights' workshops of the Scottish Society of Playwrights, the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, and their long term impact in the UK', International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-2, 2011
  • 'The Representation of Manifold Identities in Post-war Scottish Theatre', a paper presented at ESSE 2012, published on the ASLS website.
  • 'Scots and Welsh: Theatrical Translation and Theatrical Languages' (with John Ramage and Ceri Sherlock), International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/2, 2000
  • 'The use of some Gaelic songs and poetry in The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil', (with Sim Innes), International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 5-2, 2012

    BROWN, RHONA: 'Memorialising the Death and Legacy of Robert Fergusson: Romantic Sympathy and Enlightenment Medical Improvement', The Bottle Imp 15, Spring 2014

    BROWN, SIMON: '"Anywhere but Scotland"? Transnationalism and New Scottish Cinema', International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-1, 2011

    Buchan, John
  • 'The Last Victorian: John Buchan and the Hannay Quartet', Brett F. Woods, California Literary Review, March 2007
  • 'John Macnab et l'envers du décor, dans John Macnab (1925) de John Buchan et The Return of John Macnab (1996) de Andrew Greig', Jean Berton, Études Écossaises 12, 2009
  • ' "Realism Coloured by Poetry": Rereading John Buchan', Roger Kimball, The New Criterion, September 2003
  • 'The Stalking Cure: John Buchan, Andrew Greig and John Macnab', John Corbett, ScotLit 30, 2004

    BUCHANAN, DAVID: 'Scott Squashed: Chapbook Versions of The Heart of Mid-Lothian', Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 56, November 2009

    Buchanan, Dugald
  • 'Judge Not Lest Ye Be Judged?', James Robertson, The Bottle Imp 3, Spring 2008

    Buchanan, George
  • 'David Lyndsay and George Buchanan: contrasts in reforming theatre', Sarah Carpenter, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 5-2, 2012

    BUDGE, GAVIN: 'The Hero as Seer: Character, Perception and Cultural Health in Carlyle', Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 52, November 2008

    Bunyan, John
  • ' Pilgrims: The MacDonalds and John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress', Rachel Johnson, North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 21, 2002

    BURGESS, MOIRA: 'Dot Allan: a Glasgow woman novelist', ScotLit 19, 1998
  • 'The Glasgow Short Story', Laverock 2, 1996

    BURKE, ALISON: 'Totalitarianism, Martyrdom and Social Resistance: Sarah Woods' Antigone', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 2/1, 2001

    Burke, Gregory
  • ' Jennie Renton interviews the playwright Gregory Burke, writer of Gagarin Way and The Straits', Jennie Renton, Textualities, 2005
  • 'Playing War: Encountering Soldiers and Navigating Ethical Responsibilities in the Creation of Black Watch', Sarah Beck, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 6-1, 2013

    Burney, Frances
  • 'Female Self-Treatment: Preventive Medical Regimes, Piety, and the Novels of Frances Burney, Elizabeth Hamilton, and Elizabeth Helme', Catherine H. Decker, originally presented at the ASESC Conference, Tucson, April 1995, available on Dr Decker's Homepage

    Burns, Robert
  • 'Alexander McLachlan: The "Robert Burns" of Canada', Edward J. Cowan, Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012
  • 'Alternative religious spaces in the work of Robert Burns', Gerard Carruthers, Open House, December 2012
  • 'Back to Burns', Fred Freeman, Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012
  • 'A bard is not just for Burns Night', John Hodgart, Times Educational Supplement Scotland, 23 January 2009
  • 'Burns and his Visitors from Ulster: From Adulation to Disaccord', John Gray, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'Burns in School', Jim Alison, Laverock 3, 1997
  • 'Burns's Other Poem for Jean The "Blue-Eyed Lassie"', Andrew M. Stauffer, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'Burns's Two Memorials to Fergusson', Carol McGuirk, Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012
  • 'A "cargo of Songs": Robert Burns, the Hastie manuscript and The Scots Musical Museum', Robert Irvine, on the British Library's Romantics and Victorians website
  • '"Death and Doctor Hornbook" by Robert Burns: A view from medical history', Malcolm Nicolson, Medical Humanities 36, June 2010 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'A Discography of Robert Burns 1948 to 2002', Thomas Keith, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'Dr Hornbook – and Death', David Purdie, The Bottle Imp 15, Spring 2014
  • 'Ear-Rhyme, Eye-Rhyme and Traditional Rhyme: English and Scots in Robert Burns's Brigs of Ayr', Jeremy J Smith, The Glasgow Review, issue 4
  • 'On Editing The Merry Muses', Valentina Bold, Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012
  • '"Epistolary Performances": Burns and the arts of the letter', Kenneth Simpson, Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012
  • 'The First Publication of Burns's "Tam o' Shanter"', Bill Dawson, Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014
  • 'Footnoted Folklore: Robert Burns's Halloween', Corey E. Andrews, Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012
  • 'Gaelic Translations of Burns', J. Derrick McClure, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'The Genius of Scotland: Robert Burns and His Critics, 1796–1828', Corey E. Andrews, International Journal of Scottish Literature 6, Spring/Summer 2010
  • 'Independence for Whom? or What? Scottish Literature and the Inhuman', Matthew Wickman, The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 1, 2013 and 2014
  • 'James Hogg's First Encounter with Burns's Poetry', Douglas S. Mack, Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012
  • 'John Davidson and the Hidden Legacy of Burns', Hazel Hynd, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'Language Issues in Studying Burns for Revised Higher: Bard tae Waur?', John Hodgart, Laverock 3, 1997
  • 'Lice, Mice, Bumclocks, Grubs: The Challenge of Regional Language and the Legacy of Robert Burns', Fiona Stafford, International Journal of Scottish Literature 6, Spring/Summer 2010
  • '"A Man's a Man for a' That": Burns, Hogg and The Liberator', Janette Currie, Fourth Symbiosis Conference: "Across the Great Divide" July 2003 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Milton's Satan and Burns's Auld Nick', J. Walter McGinty, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'My Bard is in the Highlands: Burns 2009 and a National Scottish Literature', Michael Newton, The Bottle Imp 5, Spring 2009
  • 'Negotiating Cultural Memory: James Currie's Works of Robert Burns', Leith Davis, International Journal of Scottish Literature 6, Spring/Summer 2010
  • '"Negro-driver" or "Illustrious Exile": Revisiting Ilustrious Exile: Journal of my Sojourn in the West Indies', Andrew O. Lindsay, International Journal of Scottish Literature 4, Autumn/Winter 2008
  • '"Never Met - and Never Parted": The Curious Case of Burns and Boswell', David W. Purdie, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • '"O my Luve's like a red, red rose": does Burns's melody really matter?', Kirsteen McCue, Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012
  • 'On Walking in Burns's "Great Shadow": Keats's Scottish Heritage', Caroline Bertonèche, Études Écossaises 15, 2012
  • 'A Passion for Scholarship and Collecting: The G. Ross Roy Collection of Robert Burns and Scottish Literature', Thomas Keith, Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012
  • 'The Poetry of Robert Burns: "A Melancholy not unallied to Mirth"', Karyn Wilson-Costa, E-rea (Revue électronique d'études sur le monde anglophone) 4/1, 2006
  • '"The poor man's friend in need": Baird, Burns and Miller', David Robb, Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012
  • 'The Problem of Pseudonyms in the Burns "Lost Poems"', Gerard Carruthers, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'Robert Burns and Tradition', Hamish Mathison, November 2007, hosted on the ASLS website
  • 'Robert Burns as Dramatic Poet', R. D. S. Jack, Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012
  • 'Robert Burns the Scottish Bard: Prescriptivism, Poetic Primitivism, and the Status of Scots in the Eighteenth Century', Jennifer R. McDermott, 2007, hosted on Professor Carol Percy's webpages at the University of Toronto
  • 'Robert Burns's First Printer: John Wilson of Kilmarnock. Part 1: The Book Market in Burns's Ayrshire', Patrick Scott, 2012, hosted on the Electric Scotland website
  • 'Robert Burns's First Printer: John Wilson of Kilmarnock. Part 2: Printing Books for Local Authors', Patrick Scott, 2012, hosted on the Electric Scotland website
  • 'Robert Burns's Missing Weekend, Hogmanay 1786', N. C. Craig Sharp, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'The Reception of Robert Burns' poems in French Art', Gilles Soubigou, International Journal of Scottish Literature 6, Spring/Summer 2010
  • 'Robert Burns: a career in verse', Robert Irvine, on the British Library's Romantics and Victorians website
  • 'Robert Burns and the First World War', David Goldie, International Journal of Scottish Literature 6, Spring/Summer 2010
  • 'Robert Burns and Ireland', Gerard Carruthers, International Journal of Scottish Literature 6, Spring/Summer 2010
  • 'Take Your Flag and Shove It! Nationalistic Humor in Fergusson and Burns', Steven R. McKenna, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'Thirteen Ways of Glossing 'To a Haggis': Disputing the Borders of Robert Burns' Paratexts', Alex Watson, International Journal of Scottish Literature 6, Spring/Summer 2010
  • '"Tongues Turn'd Inside Out": The Reception of "Tam o' Shanter"', Gerard Carruthers, Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012
  • 'On Translating Burns: A Heavenly Paradise and Two Versions of "A Red, Red, Rose"', Marco Fazzini, Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012
  • 'Two Talks on Burns', Jeffrey Skoblow, International Journal of Scottish Literature 6, Spring/Summer 2010
  • 'The Uncensured Burns: Two Editions of The Merry Muses of Caledonia', Mary M. Husemann, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • '"The very first of his Art": Reading Burns Through Byron', Alan Rawes, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'Volksdichter und Künstler: German Responses to Robert Burns', Margery Palmer McCulloch, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'Writing in Burns's Shadow: The Great Unknowns of Nineteenth-Century Scottish Labouring-Class Verse', Corey E. Andrews, The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 2, 2015

    Burnside, John
  • ' Comparison as the Gesture Between Them: John Burnside and Jorie Graham', Laurel Taylor, Postgraduate English 2, September 2000
  • '"Driven by Loneliness and Silence": John Burnside's Susceptible Solitaries', David Borthwick, The Bottle Imp 12, Fall 2012
  • 'An Interview with John Burnside', J.P. O'Malley, The Bottle Imp 13, Spring 2013
  • 'John Burnside's "Poetics of Failure": A Havoc of Signs', Andrew F. Giles, JERRY magazine 5, 2012
  • 'What He Could Bear: a review of A Lie About My Father', Hilary Mantel, London Review of Books, vol. 28 no. 5, 9 March 2006

    Bury, Lady Charlotte
  • 'Lady Charlotte Susan Maria Campbell Bury, 1775-1861', Pam Perkins, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    BUTLER, LISA: '"that damned old business of the war in the members": The Discourse of (In)Temperance in Robert Louis Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde', Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 44, November 2006

    BUTTER, PETER: 'The Strengths and Weaknesses of Robert Falconer', North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 14, 1995

    BUZWELL, GREG: 'Gothic fiction in the Victorian fin de siècle: mutating bodies and disturbed minds', on the British Library's Romantics and Victorians website
  • '"Man is not truly one, but truly two": duality in Robert Louis Stevenson's Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde', on the British Library's Romantics and Victorians website

    Byron, Lord George Gordon
  • '"The very first of his Art": Reading Burns Through Byron', Alan Rawes, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    Byrne, John
  • ' Displacemeants – the Theatrical Art of John Byrne', Cairns Craig, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/1, 2002
  • 'James Bridie's The Anatomist and John Byrne's The Slab Boys', Edwin Morgan, paper given at an ASLS Conference, 1987

    BYRNE, MICHEL: 'Tails o the Comet? MacLean, Hay, Young and MacDiarmid's Renaissance', ScotLit 26, 2002
     

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    Calder, Angus
  • 'Orpheus in the Old Town: In Memoriam - Angus Calder 1942-2008', Andrew J. Wilson, ONE Magazine, 25 July 2008

    Calderwood, Andrea
  • 'On the Art of "Making Movies Happen": An Interview with Andrea Calderwood', Christopher Meir, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-2, 2011

    CALMAN, SIR KENNETH: 'The Citadel by A. J. Cronin', The Bottle Imp 15, Spring 2014

    CAMBRIDGE, GERRY: 'Douglas Dunn in Conversation', The Dark Horse 8, Autumn 1999 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Edwin Morgan in Conversation', The Dark Horse 5, Summer 1997 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Iain Crichton Smith at 70', The Dark Horse 6, Spring 1998 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    CAMERON, DAVID: 'The Printed Snow: On W.S. Graham', The Dark Horse 18, Summer 2006 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Campbell, Charlotte Susan Maria - see Bury, Lady Charlotte

    CAMPBELL, DONALD: 'Greenness in Every Line: the drama of George Mackay Brown', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/1, 2000

    Campbell, Dorothea Primrose
  • 'Dorothea Primrose Campbell', Isobel Grundy, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    CAMPBELL, IAN: 'David Masson and Thomas Carlyle', Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014
  • 'Not the Kailyard...', ParaGraphs issue 2, 2002
  • 'Spartacus', James Leslie Mitchell (Lewis Grassic Gibbon) Centenary Conference, 9 June 2001

    Campbell, Thomas
  • 'The "Disposition to Combine": Thomas Campbell's The Pleasures of Hope, Edmund Burke, and the Power of the Poetic Imagination to Reconcile and Reform', Bernard McKenna, Romantic Textualities 18, Summer 2008

    Canadian-Scottish Literature
  • 'Ralph Connor, Hugh MacLennan and Alice Munro - Three Scottish-Canadian Authors', Uwe Zagratzki, International Review of Scottish Studies 23, 1998

    CANITZ, A. E. CHRISTA: 'A Benefice for the Prophet: William Dunbar's Petitionary Poems', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    CARBONI, PIERRE: 'Le paradigme newtonien et les soubresauts du vivant dans The Seasons de James Thomson', Études Écossaises 12, 2009

    Caribbean see Scotland and the Caribbean

    Carlyle, Thomas
  • 'Carlyle éducateur: ou l'influence du penseur écossais sur l'œuvre de Swinburne', Sébastien Scarpa, Études Écossaises 11, 2008
  • 'David Masson and Thomas Carlyle', Ian M. Campbell, Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014
  • 'The Hero as Seer: Character, Perception and Cultural Health in Carlyle', Gavin Budge, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 52, November 2008
  • 'Thomas Carlyle et le culte du Héros aux époques de paralysie spirituelle', François-Emmanuël Boucher, Post-Scriptum, 10, 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    CARPENTER, SARAH: 'David Lyndsay and George Buchanan: contrasts in reforming theatre', International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 5-2, 2012
  • 'Scottish Guising: Medieval and Modern Theatre Games', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 2/2, 2001

    CARRUTHERS, GERARD: 'Alternative religious spaces in the work of Robert Burns', Open House, December 2012
  • 'The Devil in Scotland', The Bottle Imp 3, Spring 2008
  • 'The Problem of Pseudonyms in the Burns "Lost Poems"', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'Revisionism in Irish and Scottish Literature: How far can we go?', in the Higher Education Academy English Subject Centre Newsletter 10, June 2006
  • 'Robert Burns and Ireland', International Journal of Scottish Literature 6, Spring/Summer 2010
  • '"Tongues Turn'd Inside Out": The Reception of "Tam o' Shanter"', Gerard Carruthers, Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012

    Carstairs, Christian
  • 'Christian Carstairs', Pam Perkins, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    Carswell, Catherine
  • ' Catherine Carswell', David Fergus, Textualities, 2006
  • 'Immortal Memories: the mysterious case of Catherine Carswell;', Eilidh Whiteford, ScotLit 24, 2001

    CASARES, ALLYSON J.: 'The Effect of Book-Banning on Child Culture: A Close Look at the Harry Potter Series', The Looking-Glass, 8/3, 2004

    CASSIDY, GARY: 'Psychological Liminality in Anthony Neilson's The Wonderful World of Dissocia', International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 6-1, 2013

    CASTRICANO, JODEY: 'Much Ado about Handwriting: Countersigning with the Other Hand in Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde', Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 44, November 2006

    Cavendish, Georgiana Spencer, Duchess of Devonshire
  • 'Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, The Passage of the Mountain of Saint Gothard', Elizabeth Fay, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    Ceni, Alessandro
  • ' "Tra la prosa di Stevenson, il vento e l'acqua": Conversazione con Alessandro Ceni', Doriano Fasoli, published on the Riflessioni.it website, June 2005

    Chalmers, Margaret
  • 'Margaret Chalmers, 1758-?', Isobel Grundy, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website
  • 'Writing in Burns's Shadow: The Great Unknowns of Nineteenth-Century Scottish Labouring-Class Verse', Corey E. Andrews, The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 2, 2015

    CHAN-CHU, MURIEL: 'Trainspotting au théâtre: une adaption culturelle', Post-Scriptum, 3, 2004 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    CHARLOT, JOHN: 'The Influence of Polynesian Literature and Thought on Robert Louis Stevenson', The Journal of Intercultural Studies 14, 1987, available via John Charlot's website [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Chaucer, Geoffrey
  • ' Critic and Poet: What Lydgate and Henryson Did to Chaucer's "Troilus and Criseyde"', C. David Benson, Modern Language Quarterly, 53/1, March 1992 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Chekov, Anton
  • '"Take Care of the Bowels and the Brains Will Take Care of Themselves": Scotland's Doctor-Writers', Tom Hubbard, Études Écossaises 12, 2009

    Children's Literature
  • ' 1492, 1942, 1992: The Theme of Race in the Harry Potter Series', Lana Whited, The Looking-Glass, 10/1, 2006
  • ' An Earthly Knight and Fire and Hemlock: Two "Tam Lin" Retellings', Kallie George, The Looking-Glass, 11/1, 2007
  • ' Antigravity: Matter and the Imagination in George MacDonald and Early Science Fiction', Elmar Schenke, North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 14, 1995
  • ' Beasts and Monsters in MacDonald's Fantasy Stories', Dieter Petzold, North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 14, 1995
  • ' From Drama to Silent Film: the Case of Sir James Barrie', Ronald D. S. Jack, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 2/2, 2001
  • ' The Effect of Book-Banning on Child Culture: A Close Look at the Harry Potter Series', Allyson J. Casares, The Looking-Glass, 8/3, 2004
  • 'Expelliarmus!: Retaliation and peaceable outcomes in the Harry Potter series', Janet Iafrate, The Looking-Glass, 13/3, 2009
  • '"The Future of the Planet" – Scottish Cosmopolitanism/CosmoFeminism and Environmentalism in Theresa Breslin's Saskia's Journey', Fiona McCulloch, Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014
  • ' George MacDonald and the "Light Princess"', Bob Trexler, CSL: The Bulletin of the New York C.S. Lewis Society 30/3-4, March-April 1999 (text of paper on The George Macdonald website)
  • ' Harry Potter and the Inklings: The Christian Meaning of The Chamber of Secrets', John Granger, CSL: The Bulletin of the New York C.S. Lewis Society November/December 2002 (text of paper on The Golden Key website)
  • '"Houdinizing" Peter Pan: the Magical Exploits of J.M. Barrie and Harry Houdini', Karen McGavock, e-Sharp, Autumn 2003
  • 'Marjory Fleming and Child Authors: The Total Depravity of Inanimate Things', Laurie Langbauer, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 56, November 2009
  • 'Mark Twain and George MacDonald: the Salty and the Sweet', Kathryn Lindskoog, The Mark Twain Journal 30/2, 1992 (text of paper on The George MacDonald website)
  • ' Men in Cloaks and High-Heeled Boots, Men Wielding Pink Umbrellas: Witchy Masculinities in the Harry Potter Novels', Annette Wannamaker, The Looking-Glass, 10/1, 2006
  • '“Miss, is this a real book?”: Scottish texts in Scottish classrooms', Maureen Farrell, The Bottle Imp 7, Spring 2010
  • ' The Morphing of Mollie Hunter, or Folklore as the Root of All Fantasy', Betty Greenway, The Alan Review, 23/3, Spring 1996
  • 'Motion and Agency in Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island', Christy Di Frances, e-Sharp 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Oliver Twisted: the origins of Lord Voldemort in the Dickensian orphan', James Washick, The Looking-Glass, 13/3, 2009
  • 'A Passage to Treasure Islands', Jim Alison, ScotLit 29, 2003
  • 'Peter Pan and Trainspotting: Escaping Adulthood', Stine Hjorth Jensen, The Bottle Imp 13, Spring 2013
  • 'Revealing Discrimination: Social Hierarchy and the Exclusion/Enslavement of the Other in the Harry Potter Novels', Amy M. Green, The Looking-Glass, 13/3, 2009
  • 'Scotland as Source: Personal Reflections by Theresa Breslin', Theresa Breslin, The Bottle Imp 7, Spring 2010
  • 'The Sorcerer's Stone, Mirror of Erised, and Horcruxes: Choice, Individuality, and Authenticity in Harry Potter', Nichole LeFebvre, The Looking-Glass, 13/3, 2009
  • ' Subversion and Recuperation of Gender Roles in George MacDonald's "The Day Boy and the Night Girl"', Linda Montag, The Looking-Glass, 7/1, 2003
  • ' Tales of the Unexpected: Gill Arbuthnott on the gestation, writing and publication of her novel The Chaos Clock', Gill Arbuthnott, Textualities, 2005
  • 'Towards an Overview of Scottish Children's Literature from 1823–2010', Jim Alison, The Bottle Imp 7, Spring 2010
  • ' Transformations of "Tam Lin": An Analysis of Folk-Tale Picture Books', Ginger Mullen, The Looking-Glass, 8/3, 2004
  • 'Trysting Genres: Andrew Lang's Fairy Tale Methodologies', Molly Clark Hillard, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 64, October 2013
  • 'The Two-World Consciousness of North Wind: Unity and Dichotomy in MacDonald's Fairy Tale', Fernando J. Sofa, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • ' Waterwheels, Healing Springs and Baptismal Water: George MacDonald's Gutta Percha Willie: The Working Genius', Michael Düring, North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 19, 2000

    Cinema - see Drama

    Cities - see also Glasgow
  • 'The Glasgow Short Story', Moira Burgess, Laverock 2, 1996
  • 'From Grey Granite to Urban Grit: A Revolution in Perspectives', David Borthwick, James Leslie Mitchell (Lewis Grassic Gibbon) Centenary Conference, 9 June 2001
  • 'Hells, Havens, Hulls: Literary Reflections of Scottish Cities', Manfred Malzahn, International Journal of Scottish Literature 8, Autumn/Winter 2011
  • 'Manifestos at Dawn: Nation, City and Self in Patrick Geddes and William Sharp's Evergreen', Julian Hanna, International Journal of Scottish Literature 8, Autumn/Winter 2011
  • 'Urban Scotland in Hugh MacDiarmid's Glasgow Poems', Béatrice Duchateau, Études Écossaises 15, 2012

    CLARK, WILLIAM: 'A Conversation with James Kelman', Variant 12, Spring 2001

    Clearances, The
  • 'A Liuthad Soitheach: Exile and the Clearances in the Writing of lain Crichton Smith', Moray J. Watson, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    Clephane, Margaret, Lady Compton
  • 'Margaret Clephane, Lady Compton', Laura Mandell, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    CLOSE, AJAY: 'Digressions of a Master Strategist', The Scotsman, October 4, 2003 (transcript on Alasdair Gray's website)

    Clough, Arthur Hugh
  • 'Reading The Bothie of Toper-na-fuosich in the Bothie of Porirua Road: Thomas Arnold, Arthur Hugh Clough and Literary Emigration', Jane Stafford, International Journal of Scottish Literature 9, Autumn/Winter 2013 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    COHEN, EDWARD H.: 'Mirren's Autobiography: The Life and Poetry of Marion Bernstein (1846-1906)', with Linda Fleming, Scottish Literary Review, 2/1, Spring 2010 (made available through the Rollins Scholarship Online website) [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    COLEBROOK, MARTYN: 'Reading Double, Writing Double: The Fiction of Iain (M.) Banks', The Bottle Imp 8, Fall 2010

    Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
  • 'Authorial Anonymity and Intertextuality: Scott's The Lay of the Last Minstrel, Coleridge, and Keats', Beth Lau, Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014
  • 'Romanticism on Ice: Coleridge, Hogg and the Eighteenth-Century Missions to Greenland', Sarah Moss, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 45, February 2007

    Comic Books
  • 'It's Laldie Time! Scotland and the Comic Books', Alan Riach, The Bottle Imp 5, Spring 2009
  • 'Jackie Kay's Representation of "The Broons": Scotland's Happy Family', Maria del Coral Calvo Maturana, e-Sharp 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    ' COMET and The House Among the Stars: Scottish Texts via the Internet', John Corbett, The Glasgow Review, issue 4

    Complaynt of Scotland, The
  • 'Cacophonous Catalogues: The Complaynt of Scotland and the "Monologue Recreative"', L. A. J. R. Houwen, Journal of the Northern Renaissance 4, 2012

    Conan Doyle, Sir Arthur
  • '"Take Care of the Bowels and the Brains Will Take Care of Themselves": Scotland's Doctor-Writers', Tom Hubbard, Études Écossaises 12, 2009

    Conn, Stewart
  • 'Cultural centrality and dominance: the creative writer's view - conversations between Scottish poet/playrights and Ian Brown', Ian Brown, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-1, 2011
  • 'Where the river ends and the sea begins: an interview with Stewart Conn', Richie McCaffery, Glasgow Review of Books, 31 March 2014

    Connor, Ralph
  • 'Ralph Connor, Hugh MacLennan and Alice Munro - Three Scottish-Canadian Authors', Uwe Zagratzki, International Review of Scottish Studies 23, 1998

    CORBETT, JOHN: ' COMET and The House Among the Stars: Scottish Texts via the Internet', The Glasgow Review, issue 4
  • 'The Current State of Scots', submitted to a Scottish Executive Committee investigating Scots Language Provision, 2001
  • 'Literary Language and Scottish Identity', The Shape of Texts to Come: the writing of a new Scotland, 13-14 May 2000
  • 'Press-ganging Scottish Literature? Kidnapped and the City of Literature's One Book, One Edinburgh Project', International Journal of Scottish Literature 2, Spring/Summer 2007
  • 'Scots: Practical Approaches', ScotLit 25, 2001
  • 'The Stalking Cure: John Buchan, Andrew Greig and John Macnab', ScotLit 30, 2004

    CORELIS, JON: 'From Scotland to Suburbia: a Landscape of Current British Poetry', Eurozine, April 1999

    COWAN, TED: 'Alexander McLachlan: The "Robert Burns" of Canada', Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012

    COYER, MEGAN: 'The Medical Kailyard', The Bottle Imp 15, Spring 2014

    CRACIUN, ADRIANA: 'Anne Bannerman: Biographical Essay', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    CRAIG, CAIRNS: 'Displacemeants – the Theatrical Art of John Byrne', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/1, 2002

    CRAMER, STEVE: 'History, Ideology and Performance in Ian Brown's Mary and A Great Reckonin'', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/1, 2002
  • 'No Wrang - Jist Different: Some resemblances between Scottish Drama of the 1970s and the Australian New Wave', International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 6-1, 2013

    Crichton Smith, Iain
  • 'The Contribution of Iain Crichton Smith', Edwin Morgan, ScotLit 23, 2000
  • 'Deer on the High Hills: the Elusiveness of Language in the Poetry of Iain Crichton Smith', Douglas Gifford, Gaelic and Scots in Harmony, 30 June-2 July 1988
  • 'Iain Crichton Smith', Alexander Shevlinn, on the Simply Scottish website
  • 'Iain Crichton Smith at 70', Gerry Cambridge, The Dark Horse 6, Spring 1998 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'A Liuthad Soitheach: Exile and the Clearances in the Writing of lain Crichton Smith', Moray J. Watson, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'Quotidian Mediocrity', Tony McKibben, on the author's website
  • 'Remembering Iain Crichton Smith', Alasdair D.F. Macrae, The Dark Horse 8, Autumn 1999 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Le retour d'exil dans l'œuvre de Iain Crichton Smith', Jean Berton, Études Écossaises 13, 2010
  • 'Three Interviews - Three Views', Marco Fazzini, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    CRICHTON SMITH, IAIN: 'Music, Above All: a Response to the Essay by Jon Corelis', Eurozine, April 1999

    Crime Fiction
  • 'Bloodyminded in Bloody Scotland', Lin Anderson, The Bottle Imp 14, Fall 2013
  • 'The Dark Threads of Tartan Noir', Carole E. Barrowman, originally published in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, June 24, 2004, available on Carole Barrowman's website
  • ' Death and Literature: a conversation between Lin Anderson and Louise Welsh', Jennie Renton, Textualities, 2006
  • ' Hellenic Hush: an interview with Paul Johnston', Jennie Renton, Textualities, 2005
  • 'Murder in a Landscape', Annie Lamb, Textualities, 2005
  • 'Practising Crime for a Living', Frederic Lindsay, ScotLit 24, 2001
  • 'William McIlvanney's Laidlaw Novels', Beth Dickson, Laverock 2, 1996

    Cronin, A. J.
  • 'The Citadel by A. J. Cronin', Sir Kenneth Calman, The Bottle Imp 15, Spring 2014

    CROSS, RICHARD K: '"Between the tiger's paws": Scotland, Czechoslovakia and the Poetry of Edwin Muir', Modern Age 50/3, Summer 2008

    CRUMEY, ANDREW: 'The Public Image: Scottish Literature in the Media', published in The Edinburgh Companion to Contemporary Scottish Literature, ed. Berthold Schoene (Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 2007)

    Cultural Studies
  • 'Have Scottish Studies Ever Involved Cultural Studies?', Matthew Wickman, The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 1, 2013 and 2014
  • 'Scottish Studies after Area Studies', Juliet Shields, The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 1, 2013 and 2014
  • 'Scottish Studies after Cultural Studies: Response', Caroline McCracken-Flesher, The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 1, 2013 and 2014

    Cunninghame Graham, R.B.
  • 'A World of Story Rediscovered: R.B. Cunninghame Graham, Scotland's Forgotten Writer', Alan MacGillivray, The Bottle Imp 11, Spring 2012

    Currie, James
  • 'Negotiating Cultural Memory: James Currie's Works of Robert Burns', Leith Davis, International Journal of Scottish Literature 6, Spring/Summer 2010

    CURRIE, JANETTE: 'From Altrive to Albany: James Hogg's Transatlantic Publication', Symbiosis Conference: previous publications December 2003 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • '"A Man's a Man for a' That": Burns, Hogg and The Liberator', Fourth Symbiosis Conference: "Across the Great Divide" July 2003 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • ' Re-Visioning James Hogg: The Return of the Subject to Wordsworth's "Extempore Effusion"', Romantic Textualities: Literature and Print Culture, 1780-1840 15, Winter 2005

    CURRIE, JOY M.: 'Poet and Lyricist Anne Hunter: More than "Haydn's Muse"', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    CUTHBERT, ALEXANDER J.: 'Reforming Rhetoric: The Immodest Proposals of David Lyndsay', e-Sharp 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
     

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    Darling, Patricia Rolland
  • 'Patricia Rolland Darling's Poetical Pieces', Chantel Lavoie, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    Davidson, John
  • 'John Davidson and the Hidden Legacy of Burns', Hazel Hynd, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    DAVIDSON, PETER: 'Ficino in Aberdeen: The Continuing Problem of the Scottish Renaissance', (with Jane Stevenson), Journal of the Northern Renaissance 1, March 2009

    DAVIDSON, ROBERT: 'Lightness in the Highlands: a Biography of Meg Bateman', Textualities, 2005

    DAVIS, GRAEME: ' The Baird Letters', Journal of Language and Linguistics 1/1, Spring 2002
  • ' Dunbar, Rosslyn and the Ordering of the Seven Deadly Sins', Journal of Language and Linguistics 2/2, Summer 2003

    DAVIS, LEITH: 'Back to the Future: Negotiating Scottish Sites of Memory, 1707/2014', available as a free download from the ASLS website.
  • 'Gender, Genre and the Imagining of the Scottish Nation: the Songs of Lady Nairne', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website
  • 'Nation and Translation: Margaret Turner Re(-)covers Ramsay's Gentle Shepherd', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website
  • 'Negotiating Cultural Memory: James Currie's Works of Robert Burns', International Journal of Scottish Literature 6, Spring/Summer 2010
  • 'A New Perspective on the Scottish Diaspora', The Bottle Imp 5, Spring 2009

    DAWSON, BILL: 'The First Publication of Burns's "Tam o' Shanter"', Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014

    DECKER, CATHERINE H.: 'Female Self-Treatment: Preventive Medical Regimes, Piety, and the Novels of Frances Burney, Elizabeth Hamilton, and Elizabeth Helme', originally presented at the ASESC Conference, Tucson, April 1995, available on Dr Decker's Homepage

    DEGOTT, ANETTE: ' "No Extra Words": The Scottish Lyric Poet Norman MacCaig', Erfurt Electronic Studies in English 2, 1995

    DELMAIRE, DOMINIQUE: 'Self and Otherness in Norman MacCaig's Poetry', E-rea (Revue électronique d'études sur le monde anglophone) 2/2, 2004

    DEMISSY-CAZEILLES, OLIVIER: 'Iain Banks in French: Translating “The Foreigner Within”', International Journal of Scottish Literature 7, Autumn/Winter 2010

    DENBY, DAVID: 'Northern Lights: How Modern Life Emerged from Eighteenth-Century Edinburgh', The New Yorker, 11 October 2004

    Detective Fiction - see Crime Fiction

    Devil, The
  • 'The Devil in Scotland', Gerard Carruthers, The Bottle Imp 3, Spring 2008
  • 'Milton's Satan and Burns's Auld Nick', J. Walter McGinty, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    DI FRANCES, CHRISTY: 'Motion and Agency in Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island', e-Sharp 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    DÍAZ, E. GUILLERMO IGLESIAS: 'What is left in between: Trainspotting, from Novel to Film', e-Sharp 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Diaspora - see Scottish Diaspora

    Dickens, Charles
  • 'Oliver Twisted: the origins of Lord Voldemort in the Dickensian orphan', James Washick, The Looking-Glass, 13/3, 2009

    DICKSON, BETH: 'William McIlvanney's Laidlaw Novels', Laverock 2, 1996

    DICKSON, ERIC: 'Inflamed by Sparks', Textualities, 2005

    Dillon, Des
  • ' Glasgow Dragon: an interview with Des Dillon', Jennie Renton, Textualities, 2005

    DILLON, SARAH: '"It's a Question of Words, Therefore": Becoming-Animal in Michel Faber's Under the Skin', Science Fiction Studies 113, March 2011

    Diversity
  • 'An Émigré at Home', Bashabi Fraser, The Bottle Imp 10, Fall 2011
  • 'Gaeldom and multi-ethnic Scotland: A long history and a short story', Silke Stroh, The Bottle Imp 10, Fall 2011
  • 'Infinite Diversity in New Scottish Writing', Suhayl Saadi, The Shape of Texts to Come: the writing of a new Scotland, 13-14 May 2000
  • 'An Outward Looking Land: Suhayl Saadi and Scottish Multicultural Literature', Jonathan Henderson, The Bottle Imp 10, Fall 2011

    DOCHERTY, JOHN: 'The Limitations of Reductionist Approaches to Thomas Wingfold, Curate', North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 19, 2000

    Doctors - see Medicine

    DOLIN, TIM: 'The Great Uncredited: Sir Walter Scott and Cinema', Screening the Past August 2012

    DONNELLY, TIMOTHY: 'Nothing, in Other Words: the Poetry of Don Paterson', Verse, June 2004

    Donovan, Anne
  • 'An Interview with Anne Donovan', The Barcelona Review 37, July 2003
  • 'Voices from Modern Literary Glasgow', Maggie Scott, The Bottle Imp 3, Spring 2008

    DOSSENA, MARINA: 'Power to the singers: Scots, English, politics and policies', The Bottle Imp 9, Spring 2011
  • 'When Antiquarians Looked at the Thistle: Late Modern Views of Scotland's Linguistic Heritage', The Bottle Imp 4, Fall 2008

    DOUGLAS, FIONA:
  • 'Scots - a Language for Our Time?', The Bottle Imp 5, Spring 2009

    DOUGLAS, SHEILA: 'Ballads and the Supernatural: Spells, Charms, Curses and Enchantments', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan - see Conan Doyle, Sir Arthur

    Drama (including Film and Television)
  • '"Anywhere but Scotland"? Transnationalism and New Scottish Cinema', Simon Brown, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-1, 2011
  • 'The Art of Business Innovation: The Citizens' Theatre under the Directorship of Giles Havergal', Anne Bonnar, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 5-1, 2012
  • ' Blood Red Roses: John McGrath and Lukacsian Realism', Stephen Lacey, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/2, 2002
  • ' Border Warranty: John McGrath and Scotland', Randall Stevenson, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/2, 2002
  • ' "By Policy a Native Theatre": Glasgow Unity Theatre and the Significance of Robert Mitchell's Adaptation of The Lower Depths', Bill Findlay, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 2/1, 2001
  • ' The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black Black Oil: Political Theatre and the Case Against Television Naturalism', Robin Nelson, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/2, 2002
  • 'Documentary, 'makey-up' storytelling and new modes of writing for the Scottish stage', Tom Maguire, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 6-1, 2013
  • 'Classical Theatre in Modern Scotland – a Democratic Stage?', Lorna Hardwick, The Role of Greek Drama and Poetry in Crossing and Redefining Cultural Boundaries, OU Open Seminar Series, 2002
  • 'Combining the Epic with the Everyday: David Greig's Dunsinane', Verónica Rodríguez, Dilek Inan, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 5-2, 2012
  • 'Completion and distribution of Scottish Screen-funded films', Linda Hutcheson, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 5-1, 2012
  • 'Cultural centrality and dominance: the creative writer's view - conversations between Scottish poet/playrights and Ian Brown', Ian Brown, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-1, 2011
  • 'David Lyndsay and George Buchanan: contrasts in reforming theatre', Sarah Carpenter, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 5-2, 2012
  • ' The Decentring of Docherty: The Scotsman in Contemporary Drama', David Pattie, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/2, 2000
  • ' Disability, Invisibility and Theatre: Which Nation are we Staging?', Robert Rae, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 2/1, 2001
  • ' Displacemeants – the Theatrical Art of John Byrne', Cairns Craig, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/1, 2002
  • 'Doric Drama', Charles Barron, published on the Elphinstone Kist website
  • 'Ewan MacColl, "the brilliant young Scots dramatist": Regional myth-making and Theatre Workshop', Claire Warden, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-1, 2011
  • ' From Drama to Silent Film: the Case of Sir James Barrie', Ronald D. S. Jack, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 2/2, 2001
  • ' From Porridge to Pelf: Young Adam and the Mysterious Scottish Film Industry', Mike Small, Variant 18, Autumn 2003
  • 'Giving Voice to the Global Citizen in The Speculator by David Greig', Pamela McQueen, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 6-1, 2013
  • 'Goldoni in Scots', J. Derrick McClure, International Journal of Scottish Literature 7, Autumn/Winter 2010
  • 'The Great Uncredited: Sir Walter Scott and Cinema', Tim Dolin, Screening the Past August 2012
  • ' Greenness in Every Line: the drama of George Mackay Brown', Donald Campbell, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/1, 2000
  • ' History, Ideology and Performance in Ian Brown's Mary and A Great Reckonin'', Steve Cramer, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/1, 2002
  • ' Home International: the Compass of Scottish Theatre Criticism', Randall Stevenson, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 2/2, 2001
  • 'How Scottish Theatre Predicted The Referendum', Alan Bissett, Bella Caledonia, 2 April 2015
  • 'In exile from ourselves? Tartanry, Scottish popular theatre, Harry Lauder and Tartan Day', Ian Brown, Études Écossaises 10, 2005
  • ' "Is it not possible to have a Poem made out of Theatre?" — an assessment of the dramas and dramaturgy of Joan Ure', Jan McDonald, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/1, 2002
  • 'James Bridie's The Anatomist and John Byrne's The Slab Boys', Edwin Morgan, paper given at an ASLS Conference, 1987
  • ' Jennie Renton interviews the playwright Gregory Burke, writer of Gagarin Way and The Straits', Jennie Renton, Textualities, 2005
  • 'John McGrath: an Anti-Class-based System Playwright', Ali Altun, a paper presented at ESSE 2012, published on the ASLS website.
  • ' John McGrath and the Dialogues of Television Studies', Jonathan Bignell, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/2, 2002
  • ' Klytemnestra's Bairns: Adapting Aeschylus into Scots', Bill Dunlop, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/1, 2000
  • 'Linguistic motivation, dramatic language and Glasgow-inflected Scots in Edwin Morgan's version of Cyrano de Bergerac (1992)', Bill Findlay, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-1, 2011
  • '"Listen I will tell the story to you / As I have been told it": Memory and identity in the plays of Nicola McCartney', Kathy McKean, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-1, 2011
  • 'Making them Bold and Breaking the Mould: Rona Munro's Bold Girls', Douglas Gifford, Laverock 2, 1996
  • 'Mary Queen of Scots as Feminine and National Icon: Depictions in Film and Fiction', Ingibjörg Ágústsdóttir, Études Écossaises 15, 2012
  • 'The media and literature in contemporary Scotland: challenges and opportunities', David Hutchison, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-2, 2011
  • ' Meg Dods – Before the Curtain', Barbara Bell and John Ramage, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/2, 2000
  • 'Mr Placebo d'Isabel Wright: de l'art de l'illusion et de l'expérimentation en un "théâtre d'opérations"', Danièle Berton, Études Écossaises 12, 2009
  • 'The New Writing Policies of Clive Perry and Stephen MacDonald at the Royal Lyceum Theatre, 1966-79', Ian Brown, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 2/2, 2001
  • 'No Wrang - Jist Different: Some resemblances between Scottish Drama of the 1970s and the Australian New Wave', Steve Cramer, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 6-1, 2013
  • 'Norme et marginalité: de la bonne ou de la mauvaise réputation dans The People Next Door de Henry Adam', Danièle Berton, Études Écossaises 10, 2005
  • 'On the Art of "Making Movies Happen": An Interview with Andrea Calderwood', Christopher Meir, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-2, 2011
  • 'Parcours et détours en Écosse: Dark Earth de David Harrower', Danièle Berton-Charrière, Études Écossaises 10, 2005
  • 'Playing War: Encountering Soldiers and Navigating Ethical Responsibilities in the Creation of Black Watch', Sarah Beck, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 6-1, 2013
  • 'Playwrights' workshops of the Scottish Society of Playwrights, the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, and their long term impact in the UK', Ian Brown, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-2, 2011
  • ' Plurality of Scottish Theatre', Mark Fisher, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/1, 2002
  • 'Populaire, politique et poétique: Réévaluer la réputation du théâtre écossais', Jean-Pierre Simard, Études Écossaises 10, 2005
  • 'The Popular Voice in Sir David Lyndsay's Satire of the Thrie Estaitis', Greg Walker, Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014
  • 'Psychological Liminality in Anthony Neilson's The Wonderful World of Dissocia', Gary Cassidy, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 6-1, 2013
  • 'The Representation of Manifold Identities in Post-war Scottish Theatre', Ian Brown, a paper presented at ESSE 2012, published on the ASLS website.
  • 'Rhizome and fructification: Matthew Zajac's The Tailor of Inverness', Danièle Berton, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-2, 2011
  • 'Robert Louis Stevenson on film', Graham Fuller, Sight & Sound, January 2009; available on the In a Lonely Place website
  • ' Sarah (Sadie) Ross Aitken, MBE: A Study of a Career in Theatre', Kathleen Gilmour, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/2, 2000
  • ' Scots and Welsh: Theatrical Translation and Theatrical Languages', Ian Brown, John Ramage and Ceri Sherlock, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/2, 2000
  • 'Scottish Drama: an overview', Edwin Morgan, ScotLit 20, 1999
  • ' Scottish Guising: Medieval and Modern Theatre Games', Sarah Carpenter, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 2/2, 2001
  • 'The Short, Astonishing History of the National Theatre of Scotland', Robert Leach, New Theatre Quarterly 23:2, May 2007 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • ' Silences and Utterances: An Interactional Analysis of Gender Differences in Language in The Straw Chair, Dracula, and Mouthpieces', Ksenija Horvat, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/2, 2000
  • 'Sir David Lyndsay's Ane Satyre of the Thrie Estaitis', Chris Ravenhall, ScotLit 22, 2000
  • 'Scottish Women Playwrights Against Zero Visibility: New Voices Breaking Through', Ksenija Horvat, Études Écossaises 10, 2005
  • '"Shetland" and the Intriguing Disappearance of the North-Boat', Jen Hadfield, The Bottle Imp 13, Spring 2013
  • 'A Stage of One's Own: The Artistic Devolution of Contemporary Scottish Theatre', András Beck, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 5-1, 2012
  • ' Still Cool for Cats? The Life and Times of Wildcat Stage Productions', Tom Maguire, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/1, 2000
  • 'At the Surface of Romantic Interiority: Joanna Baillie's Orra', Julie Murray, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 56, November 2009
  • 'Telling Stories: Fifty Years of New Playwriting in Scotland', K S Morgan McKean, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 6-1, 2013
  • ' Three One-Woman Epics: The Political Performer', Olga Taxidou, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/2, 2002
  • 'Tollerators and Con-Tollerators (1703) and Archibald Pitcairne: Text, Background and Authorship', John MacQueen, Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014
  • 'Towards a reassessment of Douglas Young: Motivation and his Aristophanic translations', Bill Findlay, Études Écossaises 10, 2005
  • 'Totalitarianism, Martyrdom and Social Resistance: Sarah Woods' Antigone', Alison Burke, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 2/1, 2001
  • 'Trainspotting au théâtre: une adaption culturelle', Muriel Chan-Chu, Post-Scriptum, 3, 2004 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'What is left in between: Trainspotting, from Novel to Film', E. Guillermo Iglesias Díaz, e-Sharp 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • ' Trainspotting in Montreal: the dramatic version', Martin Bowman, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/1, 2000
  • '"two kingdoms ... compassed with one Sea": Reconstructing Kingdoms and Reclaiming Histories in David Greig's Dunsinane', Victoria E. Price, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 5-1, 2012
  • 'Up the Close: The Close Theatre at the Citizens', Glasgow', John Riddell, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 5-2, 2012
  • 'The use of some Gaelic songs and poetry in The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil', Ian Brown, Sim Innes, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 5-2, 2012
  • ' The Use of Obsolete Scots Vocabulary in Modern Scottish Plays', Katja Lenz, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/1, 2000
  • 'A View of Scottish Theatre in Edinburgh During Festival 2001', Owen Dudley Edwards, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 2/2, 2001
  • 'Wattie Goes to Hollywood: Scott, Scotland and Film', David Manderson, The Bottle Imp 13, Spring 2013
  • 'You'll Have Had Your Theatre: Irvine Welsh's stage play You'll Have Had Your Hole', Willy Maley, Spike Magazine, January, 1999

    DUCHATEAU, BÉATRICE: 'Urban Scotland in Hugh MacDiarmid's Glasgow Poems', Études Écossaises 15, 2012

    Duffy, Carol Ann
  • 'Baring Skills, Not Soul: Carol Ann Duffy's Intertextual Games', Catherine Lanone, E-rea (Revue électronique d'études sur le monde anglophone) 6/1, 2008

    DUGGAN, LAURIE: 'On Gael Turnbull', Jacket Magazine 25, February 2004

    Dunbar, William
  • 'A Benefice for the Prophet: William Dunbar's Petitionary Poems', A. E. Christa Canitz, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • ' Dunbar, Rosslyn and the Ordering of the Seven Deadly Sins', Graeme Davis, Journal of Language and Linguistics 2/2, Summer 2003

    DUNCAN, IAN: ' Hogg's Body', Studies in Hogg and His World 9, 1998 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Scottish Romanticism, World Literature', The Bottle Imp 2, Fall 2007
  • 'The Study of Scottish Literature', ScotLit 28, 2003
  • 'The Trouble with Man: Scott, Romance, and World History in the Age of Lamarck', published on the Romantic Circles website, September 2011

    DUNLOP, BILL: 'Klytemnestra's Bairns: Adapting Aeschylus into Scots', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/1, 2000

    Dunn, Douglas
  • 'Discovering Dunn', Anthony Thwaite, The Dark Horse 29, Autumn/Winter 2012 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Douglas Dunn in Conversation', Gerry Cambridge, The Dark Horse 8, Autumn 1999 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'The Paradox of Human Circumstance', Tony McKibben, on the author's website

    DUNNIGAN, SARAH M.: 'Feminizing the Text, Feminizing the Reader? The Mirror of "Feminitie" in the Testament of Cresseid', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    DÜRING, MICHAEL: 'Waterwheels, Healing Springs and Baptismal Water: George MacDonald's Gutta Percha Willie: The Working Genius', North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 19, 2000

    DURY, RICHARD: 'Stevenson's Shifting Viewpoint', The Bottle Imp 12, Fall 2012

    DYMOCK, EMMA: 'Strands of Politics in the Poetry of Sorley MacLean: Exploring the Symbol of the Skye Stallion in a Scottish and European Context', e-Sharp 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
     

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    ' Ecosse, Littérature et Nationalisme Culturel: le Phantasme d'une Nation?', Camille Manfredi, Amnis 2002 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Edgar, Mary
  • 'Mary Edgar, fl. 1810-1824', Stephen C. Behrendt, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    EDWARDS, OWEN DUDLEY: 'A View of Scottish Theatre in Edinburgh During Festival 2001', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 2/2, 2001

    ELAHIPANAH, NOOSHIN: 'Saki's Engagement with Evolution, Naturalism and Determinism', Postgraduate English 9, March 2004

    Eliot, T.S.
  • 'Poetic Licence - Iain M. Banks' Consider Phlebas and T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land', Gary S. Wilkinson, Vector, January 1999 (available on John Black's blog)

    ELLIOTT, ELIZABETH: '"A memorie nouriched by images": Reforming the Art of Memory in William Fowler's Tarantula of Love', Journal of the Northern Renaissance 2, 2010

    Elphinstone, Margaret
  • 'Waylaid by Islands', Margaret Elphinstone, The Bottle Imp 2, Fall 2007

    ELPHINSTONE, MARGARET: 'Fantasising Texts', The Shape of Texts to Come: the writing of a new Scotland, 13-14 May 2000
  • ' Scottish Fantasy Today', Ecloga Working Papers Journal 2001, Department of English Studies, University of Strathclyde [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Waylaid by Islands', The Bottle Imp 2, Fall 2007

    Enlightenment - see Scottish Enlightenment

    Environmentalism
  • '"The Future of the Planet" – Scottish Cosmopolitanism/CosmoFeminism and Environmentalism in Theresa Breslin's Saskia's Journey', Fiona McCulloch, Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014

    Evaristi, Marcella
  • ' Silences and Utterances: An Interactional Analysis of Gender Differences in Language in The Straw Chair, Dracula, and Mouthpieces', Ksenija Horvat, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/2, 2000
     

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    Faber, Michel
  • '"It's a Question of Words, Therefore": Becoming-Animal in Michel Faber's Under the Skin', Sarah Dillon, Science Fiction Studies 113, March 2011
  • 'Spending Imaginative Capital: Michel Faber and The Fahrenheit Twins', Andrew Lawless, Three Monkeys Online, October 2005

    Falconar, Harriet and Maria
  • 'Harriet and Maria Falconar', Samantha Webb, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    FAIRLIE, CHARLOTTE: 'From Croft to Campus: Extra-Marital Pregnancy and the Scottish Literary Renaissance', Genders 47, 2008

    Fairy Tales: see Fantasy

    FANO, VINCENZO: 'Stevenson, Aristotele e la poetica delle circostanze', Isonomia, September 2005 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Fantasy
  • ' Beasts and Monsters in MacDonald's Fantasy Stories', Dieter Petzold, North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 14, 1995
  • 'Beautiful Terrors: George MacDonald and Lilith', David Melville, The Bottle Imp 8, Fall 2010
  • 'Between Stark Reality and Far-Fetched Fantasy', Andrew J. Wilson, on the BooksfromScotland.com website
  • 'Fantasising Texts', Margaret Elphinstone, The Shape of Texts to Come: the writing of a new Scotland, 13-14 May 2000
  • 'Fantasy, Reality and the Woman Question: a re-reading of William Black's fiction', Margery Palmer McCulloch, ScotLit 29, 2003
  • ' The Morphing of Mollie Hunter, or Folklore as the Root of All Fantasy', Betty Greenway, The Alan Review, 23/3, Spring 1996
  • ' Nature and Fantasy', John Pridmore, North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 19, 2000
  • ' Scottish Fantasy Today', Margaret Elphinstone, Ecloga Working Papers Journal 2001, Department of English Studies, University of Strathclyde [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Take the High Road: a review of Colin Manlove's Scottish Fantasy Literature: a critical survey', Louie W. Attebery, Science Fiction Studies 72, July 1997
  • 'Trysting Genres: Andrew Lang's Fairy Tale Methodologies', Molly Clark Hillard, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 64, October 2013

    FARRELL, MAUREEN: '“Miss, is this a real book?”: Scottish texts in Scottish classrooms', The Bottle Imp 7, Spring 2010

    FARRIER, DAVID: 'Unwritable Dwellings/Unsettled Texts: Robert Louis Stevenson's In The South Seas and the Vailima House', International Journal of Scottish Literature 1, Autumn 2006

    FASOLI, DORIANO: '"Tra la prosa di Stevenson, il vento e l'acqua": Conversazione con Alessandro Ceni', published on the Riflessioni.it website, June 2005

    FAY, ELIZABETH: 'Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, The Passage of the Mountain of Saint Gothard', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    FAZZINI, MARCO: 'On Translating Burns: A Heavenly Paradise and Two Versions of "A Red, Red, Rose"', Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012
  • 'Three Interviews - Three Views', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    Fell, Alison
  • ' "Carved on the Page": John Stammers Interviews Alison Fell', John Stammers, Magma 11, Winter 1997

    FERGUS, DAVID: 'Catherine Carswell', Textualities, 2006
  • 'Robert Louis Stevenson: A Major Minor Poet?', Textualities, 2006

    Fergusson, Robert
  • 'Burns's Two Memorials to Fergusson', Carol McGuirk, Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012
  • 'Memorialising the Death and Legacy of Robert Fergusson: Romantic Sympathy and Enlightenment Medical Improvement', Rhona Brown, The Bottle Imp 15, Spring 2014
  • 'Take Your Flag and Shove It! Nationalistic Humor in Fergusson and Burns', Steven R. McKenna, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    FERNANDES, DAVID RAMOS: 'An Interview with James Meek', The Barcelona Review 51, January-February 2006

    'Fiction Opportunities: the 11/9 Project', Neil Wilson, The Shape of Texts to Come: the writing of a new Scotland, 13-14 May 2000

    Ficino, Marsilio
  • 'Ficino in Aberdeen: The Continuing Problem of the Scottish Renaissance', Jane Stevenson and Peter Davidson, Journal of the Northern Renaissance 1, March 2009

    FIELDING, PENNY: 'The New Edinburgh Edition of the Collected Works of Robert Louis Stevenson', The Bottle Imp 12, Fall 2012
  • '"No Pole nor Pillar": Imagining the Arctic with James Hogg', Studies in Hogg and His World 9, 1998 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Scotland and the Spy Story', The Bottle Imp 18, Fall 2015

    Film - see Drama

    Findlater, Jane
  • 'The Unknown and the Unknowns: Naturalism in Scottish Domestic Fiction', Juliet Shields, The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 2, 2015

    Findlater, Mary
  • 'The Unknown and the Unknowns: Naturalism in Scottish Domestic Fiction', Juliet Shields, The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 2, 2015

    FINDLAY, BILL: '"By Policy a Native Theatre": Glasgow Unity Theatre and the Significance of Robert Mitchell's Adaptation of The Lower Depths', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 2/1, 2001
  • 'Linguistic motivation, dramatic language and Glasgow-inflected Scots in Edwin Morgan's version of Cyrano de Bergerac (1992)', International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-1, 2011
  • 'Towards a reassessment of Douglas Young: Motivation and his Aristophanic translations', Études Écossaises 10, 2005

    Finlay, Ian Hamilton - see Hamilton Finlay, Ian

    First World War
  • 'Land of Brave Men: Scottish Poetry of the First World War', Alan MacGillivray, Laverock 3, 1997
  • 'Robert Burns and the First World War', David Goldie, International Journal of Scottish Literature 6, Spring/Summer 2010
  • 'A Sough o' War: The Great War in the Poetry of North-East Scotland', Colin Milton, taken from Northern Visions (Tuckwell Press, 1985, ed. David Hewitt), published on the Elphinstone Kist website

    FISHER, MARK: 'Plurality of Scottish Theatre', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/1, 2002

    FITT, MATTHEW: 'Use it or lose it', Matthew Fitt, The Bottle Imp 7, Spring 2010

    FLAWS, M.: 'Spikk Proper, Noo! Teaching Dialect in Primary School' (with M. Russell) published on the Elphinstone Kist website

    FLEMING, LINDA: 'Mirren's Autobiography: The Life and Poetry of Marion Bernstein (1846-1906)', with Edward H. Cohen, Scottish Literary Review, 2/1, Spring 2010 (made available through the Rollins Scholarship Online website) [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Fleming, Marjory
  • 'Marjory Fleming and Child Authors: The Total Depravity of Inanimate Things', Laurie Langbauer, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 56, November 2009

    FLEMING, MORNA: 'Teaching Henryson', ScotLit 33, 2005

    Folklore
  • 'Ballads and the Supernatural: Spells, Charms, Curses and Enchantments', Sheila Douglas, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'Footnoted Folklore: Robert Burns's Halloween', Corey E. Andrews, Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012
  • ' An Interview with Hamish Henderson – 1987', Jennie Renton, Textualities, 2005
  • 'The Influence of Polynesian Literature and Thought on Robert Louis Stevenson', John Charlot, The Journal of Intercultural Studies 14, 1987, available via John Charlot's website [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • ' The Morphing of Mollie Hunter, or Folklore as the Root of All Fantasy', Betty Greenway, The Alan Review, 23/3, Spring 1996

    FORRESTER, J.M.: 'Tobias Smollett Consults a French Physician in 1763', Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine vol. 92(5), May 1999

    Fowler, William
  • '"A memorie nouriched by images": Reforming the Art of Memory in William Fowler's Tarantula of Love', Elizabeth Elliott, Journal of the Northern Renaissance 2, 2010

    FOX, STEPHEN: 'Edwin Morgan and the Two Cultures', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    Frame, Ronald
  • '"To exult and sing out": Stevenson's Song and the Song of a Divergent Scotland: Ronald Frame's The Lantern Bearers', Benjamine Toussaint, Études Écossaises 15, 2012

    FRASER, BASHABI: 'An Émigré at Home', The Bottle Imp 10, Fall 2011

    Fraser, G.S.
  • ' George Sutherland Fraser: a Memoir', Paddy Fraser, Jacket Magazine 20, December 2002

    FRASER, PADDY: ' George Sutherland Fraser: a Memoir', Jacket Magazine 20, December 2002

    FREEMAN, FRED: 'Back to Burns', Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012

    Freud, Sigmund
  • 'Hidden Meaning: Andrew Lang, H. Rider Haggard, Sigmund Freud, and Interpretation', Kathy Alexis Psomiades, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 64, October 2013

    ' From Scotland to Suburbia: a Landscape of Current British Poetry', Jon Corelis, Eurozine, April 1999

    'From the Vibrant Margin: Literary Journals at the Scottish Writing Exhibition, Philadelphia 2006', Fiona Wilson, The Bottle Imp 1, Spring 2007

    FULLER, GRAHAM:
  • 'Robert Louis Stevenson on film', Sight & Sound, January 2009; available on the In a Lonely Place website
     

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    Gaelic
  • ' Altus Prosator', Jane Stevenson, Celtica vol 23, 1999 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • '"Becoming Cold-Hearted like the Gentiles Around Them": Scottish Gaelic in the United States 1872–1912', Michael Newton, e-Keltoi, vol. 2
  • ' Border Disputes: Gaelic Cultural Identity and Internaction in the Lennox and Menteith', Michael Newton, Celtic Cultural Studies, 2000
  • ' The "British" Genealogy of the Campbells', William Gillies, Celtica vol 23, 1999 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • ' A Century on the Census: Gaelic in Twentieth Century Focus', Kenneth MacKinnon, Gaelic and Scots in Harmony, 30 June-2 July 1988
  • ' The Death of Diarmaid in Scottish and Irish Tradition', Donald E. Meek, Celtica vol 21, 1990 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • ' Finding the Poem: Modern Gaelic Verse and the Contact Zone', Corinna Krause, Forum 1, Autumn 2005
  • 'Gaeldom and multi-ethnic Scotland: A long history and a short story', Silke Stroh, The Bottle Imp 10, Fall 2011
  • ' Gaelic & Scots 1300-1600: Some Place-Name Evidence', W.F.H. Nicolaisen, Gaelic and Scots in Harmony, 30 June-2 July 1988 (486KB - includes graphics)
  • 'The Gaelic Literature of Argyll', Donald E. Meek, Laverock 3, 1997
  • 'Gaelic in the New Scotland: Politics, Rhetoric and Public Discourse', Wilson McLeod, Journal on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe, Summer 2001 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Gaelic Poetry for English Classes?', Meg Bateman, Laverock 3, 1997
  • 'Gaelic Scotland – A Postcolonial Site? In search of a meaningful theoretical framework to assess the dynamics of contemporary Scottish Gaelic verse', Corinna Krause, e-Sharp 6, Autumn 2005 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Gaelic Translations of Burns', J. Derrick McClure, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • ' A' Ghàidhlig Anns an 21mh Linn: Sùil Air Adhart', Wilson McLeod, Léachtaí Cholm Cille 31, 2001
  • 'Iain Crichton Smith', Alexander Shevlinn, on the Simply Scottish website
  • 'An Interview with Aonghas MacNeacail – 1994', Robert Mullally, Textualities, 2006
  • 'Jacobite Past, Loyalist Present', Michael Newton, e-Keltoi, vol. 5
  • ' Language Planning as Regional Development? The Growth of the Gaelic Economy', Wilson McLeod, Scottish Affairs 38, Winter 2002
  • ' Lightness in the Highlands: a Biography of Meg Bateman', Robert Davidson, Textualities, 2005
  • ''N Linnet Mhor: Some Linguistic Evidence from a Nineteenth Century Easter Ross Poem', Seosamh Watson, Scots and Gaelic - at home and abroad, 17 November 2001, Glasgow
  • 'Nam Bithinn Mar Eun ("If I were a Bird"): Re-accessing the paralinguistic dimension of traditional Scots Gaelic storytelling', Stuart A. Harris-Logan, e-Sharp 10, Winter 2007 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader] Nam Bithinn Mar Eun ('If I were a Bird') Re-accessing the paralinguistic dimension of traditional Scots Gaelic storytelling
  • ' Official Gaelic: Problems in the Translation of Public Documents', Wilson McLeod, Scottish Language 19, 2000
  • ' Official Status for Gaelic: Prospects and Problems', Wilson McLeod, Scottish Affairs 21, Autumn 1997
  • ' On the Development of the Group -rt in Scottish Gaelic', Seosamh Watson, Celtica vol 21, 1990 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'The Pastoral Celt: Images of the Gàidheal in Lowland Scots Song', Steve Sweeney-Turner, Celtic Cultural Studies, 1999
  • 'The Poetry of Meg Bateman', Alexander Shevlinn, on the Simply Scottish website
  • ' Scotland's Languages in Scotland's Parliament', Wilson McLeod, Scottish Affairs 24, Summer 1998
  • ' The Scots Element in the Gaelic Vocabulary of Domestic Furnishings and Utensils', Ian Quick, Gaelic and Scots in Harmony, 30 June-2 July 1988 (313KB - includes graphics)
  • ' Scottish Gaelic Identities: Contexts and Contingencies', James Oliver, Scottish Affairs 51, Spring 2005
  • ' A Scottish Grammatical Tract, c.1640', Ronald Black, Celtica vol 21, 1990 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Strands of Politics in the Poetry of Sorley MacLean: Exploring the Symbol of the Skye Stallion in a Scottish and European Context', Emma Dymock, e-Sharp 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • '"This Could Have Been Mine": Scottish Gaelic Learners in North America', Michael Newton, e-Keltoi, vol. 1
  • 'The Very Heart of Beyond: Gaelic Nationalism and the Work of Fionn Mac Colla', Iain Macdonald, e-Sharp 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'The use of some Gaelic songs and poetry in The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil', Ian Brown, Sim Innes, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 5-2, 2012

    Galloway, Janice
  • 'Bodies that Bleed: Sex as Fiction in Janice Galloway's Blood', Agnieszka Morusiewicz, published on the Museum of Menstruation and Women's Health website
  • 'The Drama of the Mind: A Profile of Janice Galloway', Victoria Best, Numéro Cinq magazine, August 2015
  • ' An Interview with Janice Galloway – 1989', Ruth Thomas, Textualities, 2006

    GARBIN, LIDIA: ' The Fortunes of Perkin Warbeck: Walter Scott in the Writings of Mary Shelley', Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 6, May 1997

    Garioch, Robert
  • '"The Richness of Art": Reading Robert Garioch', Seán Haldane, The Dark Horse 21, Winter 2008 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    GARSIDE, PETER: 'James Hogg's Tales and Sketches and the Glasgow Number Trade', with Gillian Hughes, Romantic Textualities 14, Summer 2005
  • 'Walter Scott and the "Common" Novel, 1808-1819', Romantic Textualities 3, September 1999

    Geddes, Patrick
  • 'Manifestos at Dawn: Nation, City and Self in Patrick Geddes and William Sharp's Evergreen', Julian Hanna, International Journal of Scottish Literature 8, Autumn/Winter 2011
  • 'Ossian, Sonority and the Celtic Twilight in Geddes' Circle', Norman Shaw, Journal of Generalism and Civics VI, August 2005

    GEORGE, KALLIE: ' An Earthly Knight and Fire and Hemlock: Two "Tam Lin" Retellings', The Looking-Glass, 11/1, 2007

    GERMANÀ, MONICA: 'Embodying The Spectral Self: The Ghost Motif in Scottish Women's Writing', The Bottle Imp 6, Fall 2009
  • 'Real Gorgons or Fantastic Chimeras? Re-shaping Myth and Tradition in Alice Thompson's Justine', e-Sharp, Autumn 2003

    Gibbon, Lewis Grassic (see also Mitchell, James Leslie)
  • 'From Grey Granite to Urban Grit: A Revolution in Perspectives', David Borthwick, James Leslie Mitchell (Lewis Grassic Gibbon) Centenary Conference, 9 June 2001
  • 'Gibbon's Chris: a Celebration with some Reservations', Isobel Murray, James Leslie Mitchell (Lewis Grassic Gibbon) Centenary Conference, 9 June 2001
  • 'Grassic Gibbon's Art of Community: A Scots Quair and the Condition of Scotland', Hanne Tange, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'Ideology in Action: Modernism and Marxism in A Scots Quair', Margery Palmer McCulloch, James Leslie Mitchell (Lewis Grassic Gibbon) Centenary Conference, 9 June 2001
  • '"Obituary for Christine Guthrie, 1896-1999", Alan MacGillivray, ScotLit 21, 1999
  • 'Why Everybody Needs Smeddum', Graeme Trousdale, The Bottle Imp 1, Spring 2007

    GIBBS, CHRIS: 'The New Britons: Scottish Identity in the 18th and 19th Centuries', published on the Napoleon Series website

    GIBSON, COREY: 'In the Midst of Our Human Civil War: Hamish Henderson's War Poetry and Soldier's Songs', Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014

    GIFFORD, DOUGLAS: ' Deer on the High Hills: the Elusiveness of Language in the Poetry of Iain Crichton Smith', Gaelic and Scots in Harmony, 30 June-2 July 1988
  • 'Making them Bold and Breaking the Mould: Rona Munro's Bold Girls', Laverock 2, 1996
  • 'Scott's Legacy to Scottish Historical Fiction', The Bottle Imp 16, Fall 2014
  • 'Scott, Opera and the Italian Journey', The Bottle Imp 9, Spring 2011

    GILBERT, SUZANNE: 'Scottish Ballads and Popular Culture', The Bottle Imp 5, Spring 2009

    GILES, ANDREW F.: 'John Burnside's "Poetics of Failure": A Havoc of Signs', JERRY magazine 5, 2012

    Gillies, Valerie
  • 'An Interview with Valerie Gillies', interviewed by Laura Severin, Free Verse 15, Winter 2008

    GILLIES, WILLIAM: ' The "British" Genealogy of the Campbells', Celtica vol 23, 1999 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    GILMOUR, KATHLEEN: 'Sarah (Sadie) Ross Aitken, MBE: A Study of a Career in Theatre', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/2, 2000

    GINZBURG, CARLO: 'Tusitala and his Polish Reader', Raritan 18/3, Winter 1999

    GISH, NANCY: 'Jekyll and Hyde: The Psychology of Dissociation', International Journal of Scottish Literature 2, Spring/Summer 2007

    GITTINGS, CHRISTOPHER E.: 'Re-Figuring Imperialism: Gray, Cohen, Atwood and the Female Body', The Glasgow Review, issue 3

    Glasgow
  • 'The Glasgow Short Story', Moira Burgess, Laverock 2, 1996
  • 'Urban Scotland in Hugh MacDiarmid's Glasgow Poems', Béatrice Duchateau, Études Écossaises 15, 2012

    Glover, Sue
  • ' Silences and Utterances: An Interactional Analysis of Gender Differences in Language in The Straw Chair, Dracula, and Mouthpieces', Ksenija Horvat, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/2, 2000

    GOLDIE, DAVID: 'Hugh MacDiarmid, Harry Lauder and Scottish Popular Culture', International Journal of Scottish Literature 1, Autumn 2006
  • 'Robert Burns and the First World War', International Journal of Scottish Literature 6, Spring/Summer 2010

    Goldoni, Carlo
  • 'Goldoni in Scots', J. Derrick McClure, International Journal of Scottish Literature 7, Autumn/Winter 2010

    GOODARE, JULIAN: 'Remembering Scottish Witches', Julian The Bottle Imp 14, Fall 2013

    GOODMAN, BARBARA A.: 'Teaching the Testament of Cresseid: Contemporary Issues in a Medieval Context', This Rough Magic, June 2011

    GORDON, KATHERINE: 'Writing the "Spirit of Place": the Poetry of Marion Angus and Violet Jacob', ScotLit 34, 2006

    Gothic
  • 'Damage Land Revisited: Scottish Gothic in the Noughties', Alan Bissett, The Bottle Imp 6, Fall 2009
  • 'Embodying The Spectral Self: The Ghost Motif in Scottish Women's Writing', Monica Germanà, The Bottle Imp 6, Fall 2009
  • 'Gothic fiction in the Victorian fin de siècle: mutating bodies and disturbed minds', Greg Buzwell, on the British Library's Romantics and Victorians website
  • 'James Pryde; the Edgar Allan Poe of Painting', Louise Welsh, The Bottle Imp 6, Fall 2009
  • '"Man is not truly one, but truly two": duality in Robert Louis Stevenson's Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde', Greg Buzwell, on the British Library's Romantics and Victorians website
  • 'Science Fiction and Techno-Gothic Drama: Romantic Playwrights Joanna Baillie and Jane Scott', Marjean D. Purinton, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 21, February 2001
  • 'Scottish Gothic: towards a definition', Kirsty Macdonald, The Bottle Imp 6, Fall 2009
  • 'Tempting the Angels: "Olalla" as Gothic Vampire Narrative', David Melville, The Bottle Imp 12, Fall 2012

    GOTTLIEB, EVAN: '(Invisible) Hand Over Fist: On the Development and Legacy of Adam Smith's Famous Phrase', The Bottle Imp 13, Spring 2013

    Graham, Jorie
  • ' Comparison as the Gesture Between Them: John Burnside and Jorie Graham', Laurel Taylor, Postgraduate English 2, September 2000

    Graham, R.B. Cunninghame - see Cunninghame Graham, R.B.

    Graham, W.S.
  • 'The Printed Snow: On W.S. Graham', David Cameron, The Dark Horse 18, Summer 2006 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • ' W.S. Graham's New Collected Poems: a Review', Peter Riley, Jacket Magazine 26, October 2004

    GRANGER, JOHN: 'Harry Potter and the Inklings: The Christian Meaning of The Chamber of Secrets', CSL: The Bulletin of the New York C.S. Lewis Society November/December 2002 (text of paper on The Golden Key website)

    Grant, Anne MacVicar (Anne Grant of Laggan)
  • 'Anne MacVicar Grant, 1755-1838', Pam Perkins, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    GRANT, HELEN: '"Tempered in the flames of hell": an examination of Robert Louis Stevenson's The Bottle Imp', published on the author's website

    Grant, James
  • 'Salute to an Adventurer', David Menzies, ScotLit 35, 2007

    Gray, Alasdair
  • ' Ach Well: an Interview with Alasdair Gray', Laura Hird, The New Review, May 2005
  • 'Alasdair Gray and Postmodernism', Alan McMunnigall, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'The Cult of the White Goddess in Alasdair Gray's Lanark', Gavin Miller, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'Digressions of a Master Strategist', Ajay Close, The Scotsman , October 4 2003 (transcript on Alasdair Gray's website)
  • ' Drafts and Papers of Lanark: a Life in Four Books', Glasgow University Library Special Collections Department, May 2002
  • 'The Fetish of the New: Culture and Class in Alasdair Gray's Something Leather', Stephen Baker, The Glasgow Review, issue 3
  • 'Gray's Anatomy: a review of Lanark', Suhayl Saadi, Hoolet, Autumn 2001 (article archived on Suhayl Saadi's website)
  • ' History's Mandate: Alasdair Gray and the Art of Independence', Willy Maley, The Glasgow Review, issue 3
  • '"Imagine Lanark meets Something Leather, with a kind of Poor Things feel to it": The politics of rewriting in Alasdair Gray's Old Men in Love', Marie Odile Pittin-Hedon, Études Écossaises 14, 2011
  • 'An Interview with Alasdair Gray', Glenda Norquay and Carol Anderson, Cencrastus, January 1983 (transcript on Alasdair Gray's website)
  • 'An Introduction to Alasdair Gray: Critical Introductions and a Bibliography', Will Self, on the official Will Self website (originally published in the British Library edition of Essays on Alasdair Gray, edited by Phil Moores)
  • 'A Letter from a Western Empire', David Manderson, Chapman 97, 2000
  • 'A Portrait of Bella Caledonia: Reading National Allegory in Alasdair Gray's Poor Things', Neil Rhind, International Journal of Scottish Literature 8, Autumn/Winter 2011
  • 'Public Interview at the ICA, London', Kathy Acker, 1986 (transcript on Alasdair Gray's website)
  • 'Purposeful Asides', Tony McKibben, on the author's website
  • 'Reconstructing the Non-Existent: Levels of Self-Reference in Lanark', Mario Díaz Martínez, Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses 8 (1995), available on the Repositorio Institucional de la Universidad de Alicante website [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Re-Figuring Imperialism: Gray, Cohen, Atwood and the Female Body', Christopher E Gittings, The Glasgow Review, issue 3
  • ' The Self-Consuming Dystopia of Age', Lidia Vianu, on the Desperado Literature website, following on from an interview with Alasdair Gray
  • 'Unreliable Narrators: Poor Things and its Paradigms', Philip Hobsbaum, The Glasgow Review, issue 3
  • ' Unthanksgiving: Lanark – a review', Joy Press, The Village Voice, November 27–December 3, 2002
  • 'Working Towards a Better Nation: Innovation and Entrapment in the Fiction of Alasdair Gray', Neil James Rhind, International Review of Scottish Studies 36, 2011

    Gray, Christian
  • 'Christian Gray, 1772-1830?', Isobel Grundy, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    GRAY, JANE: 'Giving "people like that" a Voice: a Conversation with Agnes Owens', Études Écossaises 11, 2008
  • 'The Woman with the Ibo Nose and the Scottish Tongue: Expressions of Belonging and Return in Jackie Kay's Writing', Études Écossaises 13, 2010

    GRAY, JOHN: 'Burns and his Visitors from Ulster: From Adulation to Disaccord', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    GREEN, AMY M.: 'Revealing Discrimination: Social Hierarchy and the Exclusion/Enslavement of the Other in the Harry Potter Novels', The Looking-Glass, 13/3, 2009

    GREENWAY, BETTY: 'The Morphing of Mollie Hunter, or Folklore as the Root of All Fantasy', The Alan Review, 23/3, Spring 1996

    Greig, Andrew
  • 'John Macnab et l'envers du décor, dans John Macnab (1925) de John Buchan et The Return of John Macnab (1996) de Andrew Greig', Jean Berton, Études Écossaises 12, 2009
  • 'The Stalking Cure: John Buchan, Andrew Greig and John Macnab', John Corbett, ScotLit 30, 2004

    Greig, David
  • 'Combining the Epic with the Everyday: David Greig's Dunsinane', Verónica Rodríguess, Dilek Inan, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 5-2, 2012
  • 'Giving Voice to the Global Citizen in The Speculator by David Greig', Pamela McQueen, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 6-1, 2013
  • '"two kingdoms ... compassed with one Sea": Reconstructing Kingdoms and Reclaiming Histories in David Greig's Dunsinane', Victoria E. Price, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 5-1, 2012

    Grieve, Christopher Murray - see MacDiarmid, Hugh

    GRUNDY, ISOBEL: 'Christian Gray, 1772-1830?', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website
  • 'Dorothea Primrose Campbell', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website
  • 'Margaret Chalmers, 1758-?', Isobel Grundy, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    Gunn, Neil
  • 'Kernels of the Sublime ', Tony McKibben, on the author's website
  • 'The Novels of Neil Gunn', Margery Palmer McCulloch, Laverock 1, 1995
  • 'A Shrinking Highlands: Neil Gunn, Nationalism and the "World Republic of Letters"', Ryan D. Shirey, International Journal of Scottish Literature 3, Autumn/Winter 2007
  • '"We will beat the landlords and the scenic sentimentalists": Neil M. Gunn and Landscape Discourse in the "Hydro" Debates', Andrew J. Sneddon, International Journal of Scottish Literature 5, Autumn/Winter 2009
     

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    HADFIELD, JEN: '"Shetland" and the Intriguing Disappearance of the North-Boat', The Bottle Imp 13, Spring 2013

    HADLEY WILLIAMS, JANET: 'The "Silkin Schakillis" of Lichtoun's Dream', Journal of the Northern Renaissance 4, 2012

    Haggard, H. Rider
  • 'Hidden Meaning: Andrew Lang, H. Rider Haggard, Sigmund Freud, and Interpretation', Kathy Alexis Psomiades, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 64, October 2013

    HALDANE, SEÁN: 'A Dying Tongue: Reading Sorley MacLean', The Dark Horse 20, Summer 2007 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • '"The Richness of Art": Reading Robert Garioch', The Dark Horse 21, Winter 2008 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    HALL, ALARIC: 'The Etymology and Meanings of Eldritch', Scottish Language 26, 2007; available through the White Rose Research Online website

    HALL, STEFAN THOMAS: '"Quham dowis thow Scot?" Scottish Identity in Blind Hary's Wallace', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    HAMES, SCOTT: 'Kelman, Suspicion and the Fantasy of Homeland Security', The Bottle Imp 18, Fall 2015
  • 'Scottish Literature, Devolution, and the Fetish of Representation', The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 1, 2013 and 2014

    Hamilton, Elizabeth
  • 'Female Self-Treatment: Preventive Medical Regimes, Piety, and the Novels of Frances Burney, Elizabeth Hamilton, and Elizabeth Helme', Catherine H. Decker, originally presented at the ASESC Conference, Tucson, April 1995, available on Dr Decker's Homepage

    Hamilton, Francis
  • 'The Apocalyptic Muse of Francis Hamilton of Silvertonhill (c.1585–1645)', Jamie Reid-Baxter, Journal of the Northern Renaissance 4, 2012

    Hamilton Finlay, Ian
  • ' "Adorno's Hut": Ian Hamilton Finlay's Neoclassical Rearmament Programme', Drew Milne, Jacket Magazine 15, December 2001
  • 'Ian Hamilton's Oblivion and the Poet', Diana Hendry, The Dark Horse 16, Spring 2004 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • ' On Ian Hamilton Finlay', Brian Kim Stefans, Jacket Magazine 15, December 2001
  • ' The Piety of Terror: Ian Hamilton Finlay, the Modernist Fragment, and the Neo-classical Sublime', Mark Scroggins, Jacket Magazine 15, December 2001

    HANCOCK, STEPHEN: ' "Shelley Himself in Petticoats": Joanna Baillie's Orra and Non-Violent Masculinity as Remorse in The Cenci', Romanticism on the Net 31, August 2003

    HANNA, JULIAN: 'Manifestos at Dawn: Nation, City and Self in Patrick Geddes and William Sharp's Evergreen', International Journal of Scottish Literature 8, Autumn/Winter 2011

    HARDWICK, LORNA: 'Classical Theatre in Modern Scotland – a Democratic Stage?', The Role of Greek Drama and Poetry in Crossing and Redefining Cultural Boundaries, OU Open Seminar Series, 2002

    Harris, Wilson
  • 'Other than Realism: Magic and Violence in Modern Scottish Fiction and the Recent Work of Wilson Harris', Alan Riach, International Journal of Scottish Literature 4, Autumn/Winter 2008

    HARRIS-LOGAN, STUART A.: 'Nam Bithinn Mar Eun ("If I were a Bird"): Re-accessing the paralinguistic dimension of traditional Scots Gaelic storytelling', e-Sharp 10, Winter 2007 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Harrower, David
  • 'Parcours et détours en Écosse: Dark Earth de David Harrower', Danièle Berton-Charrière, Études Écossaises 10, 2005

    HARVIE, CHRISTOPHER: 'Bring Me the Head of Irvine Welsh! Fiction and Politics in Modern Scotland', 14 May 2003, published on Tübingen University's Intelligent Mr Toad website [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'The Folly of our Fable: Getting Scottish History Wrong', Scottish Studies Review vol 1, 2000, available on Tübingen University's Intelligent Mr Toad website [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Hary - see Blind Harry

    HASLER, ANTONY: 'Frontier Creatures: The Imaginary Characters of Weir of Hermiston', International Journal of Scottish Literature 2, Spring/Summer 2007

    Hawkins, Susannah
  • 'Susannah Hawkins (1781-1868)', Laura Mandell, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    Hay, George Campbell
  • ' George Campbell Hay: Nationalism with a Difference', Christopher Whyte, Gaelic and Scots in Harmony, 30 June-2 July 1988
  • '"Hay saw Bizerta burn ...": Scottish Poetry in North Africa during World War Two', Richie McCaffery, al.arte.magazine, 3 February 2015
  • 'Tails o the Comet? MacLean, Hay, Young and MacDiarmid's Renaissance', Michel Byrne, ScotLit 26, 2002

    Haydn, Franz Joseph
  • 'Poet and Lyricist Anne Hunter: More than "Haydn's Muse"', Joy M. Currie, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    Helme, Elizabeth
  • 'Female Self-Treatment: Preventive Medical Regimes, Piety, and the Novels of Frances Burney, Elizabeth Hamilton, and Elizabeth Helme', Catherine H. Decker, originally presented at the ASESC Conference, Tucson, April 1995, available on Dr Decker's Homepage

    Henderson, Hamish
  • 'In the Midst of Our Human Civil War: Hamish Henderson's War Poetry and Soldier's Songs', Corey Gibson, Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014
  • ' An Interview with Hamish Henderson – 1987', Jennie Renton, Textualities, 2005

    HENDERSON, JONATHAN: 'An Outward Looking Land: Suhayl Saadi and Scottish Multicultural Literature', The Bottle Imp 10, Fall 2011
    HENDRY, DIANA: 'Ian Hamilton's Oblivion and the Poet', The Dark Horse 16, Spring 2004 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Henryson, Robert
  • ' Critic and Poet: What Lydgate and Henryson Did to Chaucer's "Troilus and Criseyde"', C. David Benson, Modern Language Quarterly, 53/1, March 1992 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Feminizing the Text, Feminizing the Reader? The Mirror of "Feminitie" in the Testament of Cresseid', Sarah M. Dunnigan, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'Henrysoun: The Fables', Tom Scott, Tom Scott on Robert Henryson, hosted by the Robert Henryson Society website
  • 'Henrysoun: The Minor Poems', Tom Scott, Tom Scott on Robert Henryson, hosted by the Robert Henryson Society website
  • 'Henrysoun: The Narrative Tragedies', Tom Scott, Tom Scott on Robert Henryson, hosted by the Robert Henryson Society website
  • 'Reading the Texts of Henryson's Fables', Kevin J. McGinley, The Bottle Imp 4, Fall 2008
  • 'Robert Henryson and his Orpheus and Eurydice', Beatrice Mameli, Journal of the Northern Renaissance 4, 2012
  • 'Teaching Henryson', Morna Fleming, ScotLit 33, 2005
  • 'Teaching the Testament of Cresseid: Contemporary Issues in a Medieval Context', Barbara A. Goodman, This Rough Magic, June 2011

    HENSLEY, NATHAN K.: 'What is A Network? (And Who is Andrew Lang?)', Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 64, October 2013

    HENVILLE, LETITIA: 'Andrew Lang's "Literary Plagiarism": Reading Material and the Material of Literature', Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 64, October 2013

    Herbert, W.N.
  • 'Wandering the Planet: a review of W.N. Herbert's The Big Bumper Book of Troy', Vivek Narayanan, Perihelion, Vol III, issue 8, 2003

    Herd, David
  • 'Orality's Silence: The Other Ballad Revival', Janet Sorensen, International Journal of Scottish Literature 2, Spring/Summer 2007

    HESSE, BEATRIX: 'The Unco Tales of Robert Louis Stevenson in German Translation', International Journal of Scottish Literature 7, Autumn/Winter 2010

    HIGDON, DAVID LEON: '"Wild Justice" in the Works of Irvine Welsh', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    HILL, RICHARD J.: 'Scott, Hogg, and the Gift-Book Editors: Authorship in the Face of Industrial Production', Romantic Textualities 19, Winter 2009

    HILLARD, MOLLY CLARK: 'Trysting Genres: Andrew Lang's Fairy Tale Methodologies', Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 64, October 2013

    HIRD, LAURA: 'Ach Well: an Interview with Alasdair Gray', The New Review, May 2005

    History
  • 'The Folly of our Fable: Getting Scottish History Wrong', Christopher Harvie, Scottish Studies Review vol 1, 2000, available on Tübingen University's Intelligent Mr Toad website [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Scott's Legacy to Scottish Historical Fiction', Douglas Gifford, The Bottle Imp 16, Fall 2014
  • 'Sir Walter Scott and the drama of history', David Walsh, published on the World Socialist Web Site, 9 July 2014

    Hobsbaum, Philip
  • 'Coming Out Teaching: Philip Hobsbaum in the 1960s', James McGonigal, The Dark Horse 20, Summer 2002 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    HOBSBAUM, PHILIP: 'Unreliable Narrators: Poor Things and its Paradigms', The Glasgow Review, issue 3

    HODGART, JOHN: 'A bard is not just for Burns Night', Times Educational Supplement Scotland, 23 January 2009
  • 'Language Issues in Studying Burns for Revised Higher: Bard tae Waur?', Laverock 3, 1997
  • 'Scots Language and the Curriculum for Excellence', given at the Scots Language Society annual Meeting 2011, and hosted on the Scots Language Centre website

    Hogg, James (see also Blackwood's Magazine)
  • 'From Altrive to Albany: James Hogg's Transatlantic Publication', Janette Currie, Symbiosis Conference: previous publications December 2003 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Hogg's Body', Ian Duncan, Studies in Hogg and His World 9, 1998 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • ' James Hogg in 2000 and Beyond', Douglas S. Mack, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 19, August 2000
  • ' James Hogg and the Unfathomable Hell', Richard D. Jackson, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 28, November 2002
  • 'James Hogg's First Encounter with Burns's Poetry', Douglas S. Mack, Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012
  • 'James Hogg's Tales and Sketches and the Glasgow Number Trade', Peter Garside and Gillian Hughes, Romantic Textualities 14, Summer 2005
  • '"A Man's a Man for a' That": Burns, Hogg and The Liberator', Janette Currie, Fourth Symbiosis Conference: "Across the Great Divide" July 2003 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • '"No Pole nor Pillar": Imagining the Arctic with James Hogg', Penny Fielding, Studies in Hogg and His World 9, 1998 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Posing as the ultimate Scottish Songster: James Hogg's Songs by the Ettrick Shepherd or Hogg GOLD!', Kirsteen McCue, The Bottle Imp 9, Spring 2011
  • ' Re-Visioning James Hogg: The Return of the Subject to Wordsworth's "Extempore Effusion"', Janette Currie, Romantic Textualities: Literature and Print Culture, 1780-1840 15, Winter 2005
  • 'Romanticism on Ice: Coleridge, Hogg and the Eighteenth-Century Missions to Greenland', Sarah Moss, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 45, February 2007
  • 'Scott, Hogg, and the Gift-Book Editors: Authorship in the Face of Industrial Production', Richard J. Hill, Romantic Textualities 19, Winter 2009
  • 'Scott, Hogg, and Stevenson, and their Influence on Scottish Literature', James Robertson, 2013, published on the ASLS website.

    HORVAT, KSENIJA: 'Scottish Women Playwrights Against Zero Visibility: New Voices Breaking Through', Études Écossaises 10, 2005
  • 'Silences and Utterances: An Interactional Analysis of Gender Differences in Language in The Straw Chair, Dracula, and Mouthpieces', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/2, 2000

    HORWICH, DAVID: ' Culture Clash: Ambivalent Heroes and the Ambiguous Utopia in the Work of Iain M. Banks', Strange Horizons, 21 January 2002

    HOUWEN, L. A. J. R.: 'Cacophonous Catalogues: The Complaynt of Scotland and the "Monologue Recreative"', Journal of the Northern Renaissance 4, 2012

    HUBBARD, TOM: '1000 Years of Scottish Literature: 1800', 1000 Years of Scottish Literature, 18 November 2000
  • 'Doing Something Uncustomary: Edwin Morgan and Attila József', International Journal of Scottish Literature 1, Autumn 2006
  • '"Take Care of the Bowels and the Brains Will Take Care of Themselves": Scotland's Doctor-Writers', Études Écossaises 12, 2009

    HUGHES, GILLIAN: 'James Hogg's Tales and Sketches and the Glasgow Number Trade', with Peter Garside, Romantic Textualities 14, Summer 2005

    Hume, David
  • 'David Hume et l'essor du modèle scientifique au XVIIIe siècle dans les Dialogues sur la religion naturelle', Patrick Menneteau, Études Écossaises 12, 2009
  • '"Idea of a Perfect Commonwealth" ou le réalisme utopique de David Hume', Gilles Robel, Études Écossaises 11, 2008

    Hunter, Anne
  • 'Poet and Lyricist Anne Hunter: More than "Haydn's Muse"', Joy M. Currie, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    Hunter, Mollie
  • ' The Morphing of Mollie Hunter, or Folklore as the Root of All Fantasy', Betty Greenway, The Alan Review, 23/3, Spring 1996

    HUNTINGTON, TOM: 'James Boswell's Scotland', Smithsonian Magazine Issue 5, January 2005 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    HUDEMANN, MARY M.: 'The Uncensured Burns: Two Editions of The Merry Muses of Caledonia', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    HUTCHESON, LINDA: 'Completion and distribution of Scottish Screen-funded films', International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 5-1, 2012

    HUTCHISON, DAVID: 'The media and literature in contemporary Scotland: challenges and opportunities', International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-2, 2011

    HYND, HAZEL: 'John Davidson and the Hidden Legacy of Burns', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
     

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    IAFRATE, JANET: 'Expelliarmus!: Retaliation and peaceable outcomes in the Harry Potter series', The Looking-Glass, 13/3, 2009

    INAN, DILEK: 'Combining the Epic with the Everyday: David Greig's Dunsinane', (with Verónica Rodríguess), International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 5-2, 2012

    INCORVATI, RICK: ' Darsie Latimer's "Little Solidity", or the Case for Homosexuality in Scott's Redgauntlet', Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 36-37, November 2004-February 2005

    Independence - see Scottish Independence

    Inglis, Mrs Richmond
  • 'Mrs. Richmond Inglis', Stephen C. Behrendt, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    INNES, SIM: 'The use of some Gaelic songs and poetry in The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil', (with Ian Brown), International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 5-2, 2012

    'An Introduction to Scottish Poetry', Susan Tichy, on her Resources for Students website

    IRVINE, ROBERT: 'A "cargo of Songs": Robert Burns, the Hastie manuscript and The Scots Musical Museum', on the British Library's Romantics and Victorians website
  • 'Reading Waverley in 2014', The Bottle Imp 16, Fall 2014
  • 'Robert Burns: a career in verse', on the British Library's Romantics and Victorians website
     

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    JACK, RONALD D.S.: '1000 Years of Scottish Literature: 1600', 1000 Years of Scottish Literature, 18 November 2000
  • ' From Drama to Silent Film: the Case of Sir James Barrie', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 2/2, 2001
  • 'Robert Burns as Dramatic Poet', Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012

    JACKSON, DARREN: 'The Beach of Falesá and the Colonial Enterprise', Limina vol 6, 2000 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    JACKSON, RICHARD D.: ' James Hogg and the Unfathomable Hell', Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 28, November 2002

    Jacob, Violet
  • 'Writing the "Spirit of Place": the Poetry of Marion Angus and Violet Jacob', Katherine Gordon, ScotLit 34, 2006

    Jacobites
  • 'The Ell-Wand and the Sword: The Historical Fiction of Neil Munro', Ronald Renton, The Bottle Imp 4, Fall 2008
  • 'Jacobitism in History', Murray Pittock, The Bottle Imp 4, Fall 2008

    James, William
  • 'WJ and Robert Louis Stevenson: the Importance of Emotion', Jack M Barbalet, Streams of William James 3/3, 2001 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Jamie, Kathleen
  • ' "History in a New Scheme": a review of Jizzen by Kathleen Jamie', Andrew Neilson, Magma 16, Winter 2000

    JAMIESON, ROBERT ALAN: '"Webs and Wabsters": Small Presses, Magazines and Websites', The Shape of Texts to Come: the writing of a new Scotland, 13-14 May 2000

    JAMIESON, THERESA: 'Working for the Empire: Professions of Masculinity in H. G. Wells's The Time Machine and R. L. Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde', Victorian Network 1/1, Summer 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Jenkins, Robin
  • 'Exile and Expatriates in Robin Jenkins' Novels', Bernard Sellin, Études Écossaises 13, 2010
  • 'Robin Jenkins: a centenary celebration', Linden Bicket, ScotLit 42, 2012
  • 'Robin Jenkins' Fiction', Isobel Murray, Laverock 2, 1996)

    JENSEN, STINE HJORTH: 'Peter Pan and Trainspotting: Escaping Adulthood', The Bottle Imp 13, Spring 2013

    JILLINS, KAREN: 'Hercules Rollock and the Edinburgh Plague of 1585', The Bottle Imp 15, Spring 2014

    JOHNSON, RACHEL: 'Pilgrims: The MacDonalds and John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress', North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 21, 2002

    Johnson, Samuel
  • 'Dancing and Romancing: The Obstacle of the Beach and the Threshold of the Past', Jonathan Lamb, International Journal of Scottish Literature 9, Autumn/Winter 2013 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    JOHNSTON, DAVID: 'Scots in the Secondary School', published on the Elphinstone Kist website

    Johnston, Paul
  • ' Hellenic Hush: an interview with Paul Johnston', Jennie Renton, Textualities, 2005

    Johnstone, Christian Isobel
  • 'Transatlanticism and "Natural Sympathy" in Christian Isobel Johnstone's Clan-Albin: A National Tale (1815)', Jennifer Marie Van Vliet, International Review of Scottish Studies 37, 2012

    Johnstone, Doug
  • 'Rock Drill - a conversation with Doug Johnstone', Andrew J. Wilson, ONE Magazine, 8 May 2008

    JOLLY, ROSLYN: 'Stevenson's Pacific Transnarratives', International Journal of Scottish Literature 9, Autumn/Winter 2013 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • '"You want some action for this dollar?": Gambling for the Plot in Pursued and The Master of Ballantrae', Sydney Studies in English 34, 2008 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    JONES, CAROLE: 'State of Transformation: Drag Queen Masculinity in Two Scottish Texts', Genders 50, 2009
  • 'White Men on Their Backs: the Representation of the White Male as Victim in William McIlvanney's Docherty and Irvine Welsh's Marabou Stork Nightmares', International Journal of Scottish Literature 1, Autumn 2006

    JONES, CATHERINE: 'Hermione Ballantyne', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    Jones, Diana Wynne
  • ' An Earthly Knight and Fire and Hemlock: Two "Tam Lin" Retellings', Kallie George, The Looking-Glass, 11/1, 2007

    JONES, RUSSELL: 'Computer Error: Voices and Translations in Edwin Morgan's Science Fiction Poetry', Forum 9, Autumn 2009

    JONES, STEPHEN R.: 'Action at a Distance: Narrative Structure and Technique in lain Banks' Whit', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    József, Attila
  • 'Doing Something Uncustomary: Edwin Morgan and Attila József', Tom Hubbard, International Journal of Scottish Literature 1, Autumn 2006
     

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    KACKUTE, EGLE: ' Identity in A.L. Kennedy's Novel So I Am Glad and Short Story Original Bliss', Literature, 49(5), 2007

    Kay, Jackie
  • 'An Interview with Jackie Kay', Free Verse, Spring 2002
  • 'An Interview with Jackie Kay', J. P. O'Malley, The Bottle Imp 15, Spring 2014
  • 'Jackie Kay's Representation of "The Broons": Scotland's Happy Family', Maria del Coral Calvo Maturana, e-Sharp 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'The Woman with the Ibo Nose and the Scottish Tongue: Expressions of Belonging and Return in Jackie Kay's Writing', Jane Gray, Études Écossaises 13, 2010

    KEASE, JOHN: 'Some Comments on "The Computer's First Code Poem" by Machine Employed by Mr Edwin Morgan', Poetry Nation 2, 1974

    Keats, John
  • 'Authorial Anonymity and Intertextuality: Scott's The Lay of the Last Minstrel, Coleridge, and Keats', Beth Lau, Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014
  • 'On Walking in Burns's "Great Shadow": Keats's Scottish Heritage', Caroline Bertonèche, Études Écossaises 15, 2012

    KEEGAN, BRIDGET: 'The mean Unletter'd-female Bard of Aberdeen!: The Complexities of Christian Milne's Simple Poems on Simple Subjects', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    KEGLER, ADELHEID: ' The Sleep of the Soul: Night's Pore in Torments: The Blending of Traditional and Swedenborgian Structures of Thought in Lilith', North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 14, 1995
  • 'Wilfrid Cumbermede: a Novel in the Context of European Symbolism', North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 21, 2002

    KEGLER, KARL: ' A Crystal City: Sodom - Bulika - Jerusalem', North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 14, 1995

    KEITH, THOMAS: 'A Passion for Scholarship and Collecting: The G. Ross Roy Collection of Robert Burns and Scottish Literature', Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012

    KELLY, AARON: '"I just tell the bloody truth, as I see it": James Kelman's A Disaffection, the Enlightenment, Romanticism and Melancholy Knowledge', Aaron Kelly, Études Écossaises 12, 2009

    Kelly, Isabella Fordyce
  • 'Isabella Fordyce Kelly (c. 1759-1857)', Stephen C. Behrendt, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    KELLY, STUART: 'Many Worlds: David Lindsay and alternative realities', The Bottle Imp 8, Fall 2010

    Kelman, James
  • ' "And the Judges Said..."', James Kelman, from a talk given at the Glasgow School of Art in 1996 on his own cultural influences, published in Variant 2, Spring 1997
  • 'The Auld Bollocks, or, James Kelman's Masculine Utopics', Dougal McNeill, International Review of Scottish Studies 37, 2012
  • ' A Conversation with James Kelman', William Clark, Variant 12, Spring 2001
  • '"I just tell the bloody truth, as I see it": James Kelman's A Disaffection, the Enlightenment, Romanticism and Melancholy Knowledge', Aaron Kelly, Études Écossaises 12, 2009
  • 'An Interview with James Kelman', J. P. O'Malley, The Bottle Imp 14, Fall 2013
  • 'James Kelman: A Resistance to Transfer', Aniela Korzeniowska, International Journal of Scottish Literature 7, Autumn/Winter 2010
  • 'Kelman, Suspicion and the Fantasy of Homeland Security', Scott Hames, The Bottle Imp 18, Fall 2015
  • 'Owning the Language', Tony McKibben, on the author's website
  • 'Scottish Literature, Devolution, and the Fetish of Representation', Scott Hames, The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 1, 2013 and 2014
  • 'Towards a subaltern aesthetics: Reassessing Postcolonial Criticism for Contemporary Northern Irish and Scottish Literatures. James Kelman and Robert McLiam Wilson's Rewriting of National Paradigms', Stefanie Lehner, e-Sharp 5, Summer 2005 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    KELMAN, JAMES: '"And the Judges Said..."', from a talk given at the Glasgow School of Art in 1996 on his own cultural influences, published in Variant 2, Spring 1997

    Kennaway, James
  • '"Diabolus Ex Machina": Manipulation and Masterly Intrigue in James Kennaway's Some Gorgeous Accident', Karla Benske, e-Sharp, Autumn 2003

    Kennedy, A.L.
  • ' Dreaming Brokenly of Deaths by Fire: Deconstructions of Social Myths in A.L. Kennedy's Night Geometry and the Garscadden Trains', Tudor Balinisteanu, Postgraduate English 11, March 2005
  • ' Identity in A.L. Kennedy's Novel So I Am Glad and Short Story Original Bliss', Egle Kackute, Literature, 49(5), 2007
  • 'La septième solitude: Everything You Need, ou le voyage en Hyperborée d' A.L. Kennedy', Camille Manfredi, Études Écossaises 11, 2008
  • 'My Words Should Catch Your Words: myth, writing and social ritual in A.L. Kennedy's Everything You Need', Mihai Tudor Balinisteanu, International Review of Scottish Studies 32, 2007

    KEOWN, MICHELLE:
  • 'Isle of Voices: Scotland in the Indigenous Pacific Literary Imaginary', International Journal of Scottish Literature 9, Autumn/Winter 2013 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Kesson, Jessie
  • 'Jessie Kesson: Writing Her Self', Isobel Murray, Laverock 3, 1997

    KEITH, THOMAS: 'A Discography of Robert Burns 1948 to 2002', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    KIMBALL, ROGER: '"Realism Coloured by Poetry": Rereading John Buchan', The New Criterion, September 2003

    KING, ZÖE: 'A Lark, Singing for the Love of the Land – Zöe King Talks to Kenneth C Steven', on the author's website, 2002

    Kinloch, David
  • ' David Kinloch's Paris Forfar', Peter Manson, on the Freebase Accordion website

    KIRKLAND, CHRIS: 'A Time of Terror: England's Social Condition in the Late 19th Century and the Rise of the Novel of Terror ', Gateway, Summer 2001

    KORZENIOWSKA, ANIELA: 'James Kelman: A Resistance to Transfer', International Journal of Scottish Literature 7, Autumn/Winter 2010
  • 'The Significance of Scots and its Accents in Contemporary Scottish Literature, and its reflection in Translation', Literature, 49(5), 2007

    KRAUSE, CORINNA: 'Finding the Poem: Modern Gaelic Verse and the Contact Zone', Forum 1, Autumn 2005
  • 'Gaelic Scotland – A Postcolonial Site? In search of a meaningful theoretical framework to assess the dynamics of contemporary Scottish Gaelic verse', e-Sharp 6, Autumn 2005 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Kundera, Milan
  • 'In Place of Dialectics: Freedom and Contingency in Russian and Scottish Fiction', Laurence Nicoll, International Journal of Scottish Literature 5, Autumn/Winter 2009
     

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    LACEY, STEPHEN: 'Blood Red Roses: John McGrath and Lukacsian Realism', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/2, 2002

    LAIDLAW, EVELYN: 'Rounding the Circle: American Interest in Joanna Baillie (1762-1851)', Fourth Symbiosis Conference: "Across the Great Divide" July 2003 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    LAMB, ANNIE: 'Murder in a Landscape', Textualities, 2005

    LAMB, JONATHAN:
  • 'Dancing and Romancing: The Obstacle of the Beach and the Threshold of the Past', International Journal of Scottish Literature 9, Autumn/Winter 2013 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    LANDRY, DONNA: 'Janet Little (1759-1813)', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    Lang, Andrew
  • 'Andrew Lang's "Literary Plagiarism": Reading Material and the Material of Literature', Letitia Henville, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 64, October 2013
  • 'Hidden Meaning: Andrew Lang, H. Rider Haggard, Sigmund Freud, and Interpretation', Kathy Alexis Psomiades, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 64, October 2013
  • 'Networking Magic: Andrew Lang and the Science of Self-Interest', Supritha Rajan, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 64, October 2013
  • 'Trysting Genres: Andrew Lang's Fairy Tale Methodologies', Molly Clark Hillard, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 64, October 2013
  • 'What is A Network? (And Who is Andrew Lang?)', Nathan K. Hensley, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 64, October 2013

    LANGBAUER, LAURIE: 'Marjory Fleming and Child Authors: The Total Depravity of Inanimate Things', Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 56, November 2009

    LANONE, CATHERINE: 'Baring Skills, Not Soul: Carol Ann Duffy's Intertextual Games', E-rea (Revue électronique d'études sur le monde anglophone) 6/1, 2008

    LARGEAUD-ORTEGA, SYLVIE: 'Contes des Mers du Sud de Robert Louis Stevenson: une approche littéraire et anthropologique', Loxias 25, June 2009
  • 'Robert Louis Stevenson's "The Isle of Voices": the stakes of modernity in the late 19th century Pacific', paper presented at the 2nd Symposium on French Research in the Pacific [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'A Scotsman's Pacific: Shifting Identities in R. L. Stevenson's Postcolonial Fiction', International Journal of Scottish Literature 9, Autumn/Winter 2013 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    LAU, BETH: 'Authorial Anonymity and Intertextuality: Scott's The Lay of the Last Minstrel, Coleridge, and Keats', Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014

    Lauder, Sir Harry
  • 'Hugh MacDiarmid, Harry Lauder and Scottish Popular Culture', David Goldie, International Journal of Scottish Literature 1, Autumn 2006

    LAURENCE, ALEXANDER: 'Duncan McLean: Scottish Writer, 13, May 2001

    LAVOIE, BRIAN: '
    Not Scotch But Rum: The Scope and Diffusion of the Scottish Presence in the Published Record', an OCLC Research Report published on the OCLC website, 2013

    LAVOIE, CHANTEL: 'Patricia Rolland Darling's Poetical Pieces', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    Law, The
  • 'Scots Criminal Law: A Hazy Introduction', John Macfie, The Bottle Imp 14, Fall 2013
  • 'Scott and Scots Law', Sarah Winter, The Bottle Imp 14, Fall 2013
  • 'Slavery, Terrorism, Law, and Justice', James Robertson, The Bottle Imp 14, Fall 2013

    LAWLESS, ANDREW: 'The People's Act of Love: author James Meek in interview', Three Monkeys Online, September 2005
  • 'Spending Imaginative Capital: Michel Faber and The Fahrenheit Twins', Three Monkeys Online, October 2005

    LEACH, ROBERT: 'The Short, Astonishing History of the National Theatre of Scotland',New Theatre Quarterly 23:2, May 2007 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    LeFEBVRE, NICHOLE: 'The Sorcerer's Stone, Mirror of Erised, and Horcruxes: Choice, Individuality, and Authenticity in Harry Potter', The Looking-Glass, 13/3, 2009

    LEHNER, STEFANIE: 'Towards a subaltern aesthetics: Reassessing Postcolonial Criticism for Contemporary Northern Irish and Scottish Literatures. James Kelman and Robert McLiam Wilson's Rewriting of National Paradigms', e-Sharp 5, Summer 2005 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    LEISHMAN, DAVID: 'Coalescence and the fiction of Iain Banks', Études Écossaises 12, 2009
  • 'Reason, Justice, Cannibalism: utopian themes in the fiction of James Meek', Études Écossaises 11, 2008

    LENZ, KATJA: 'The Use of Obsolete Scots Vocabulary in Modern Scottish Plays', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/1, 2000

    Leonard, Tom
  • ' Talking to Tom Leonard', Dan Stephen, Variant 5, Spring 1998

    Lessing, Doris
  • ' When Naomi Met Doris', Greg Michaelson, Textualities, 2005

    LEWIS, BECKY: 'Susanna Blamire (1747-1794)', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    Lewis, C.S.
  • ' Harry Potter and the Inklings: The Christian Meaning of The Chamber of Secrets', John Granger, CSL: The Bulletin of the New York C.S. Lewis Society November/December 2002 (text of paper on The Golden Key website)
  • 'Links in a Golden Chain: C.S. Lewis, George MacDonald and Sadhu Sundar Singh', Kathryn Lindskoog, Lewis Legacy 69, Summer 1996 (text of paper on The George MacDonald website)

    "Lichtoun monicus" (Lichtoun the monk)
  • 'The "Silkin Schakillis" of Lichtoun's Dream', Janet Hadley Williams, Journal of the Northern Renaissance 4, 2012

    Lindsay, David
  • ' David Lindsay: A Scottish Genius', "Booksleuth", Textualities; originally published in the Scottish Book Collector no. 1, 1987
  • 'Many Worlds: David Lindsay and alternative realities', Stuart Kelly, The Bottle Imp 8, Fall 2010
  • ' The Sleep of the Soul: Night's Pore in Torments: The Blending of Traditional and Swedenborgian Structures of Thought in Lilith', Adelheid Kegler, North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 14, 1995

    Lindsay, Sir David - see Lyndsay, Sir David

    LINDSAY, ANDREW O.: '"Negro-driver" or "Illustrious Exile": Revisiting Ilustrious Exile: Journal of my Sojourn in the West Indies', International Journal of Scottish Literature 4, Autumn/Winter 2008

    LINDSAY, FREDERIC: 'Practising Crime for a Living', ScotLit 24, 2001

    LINDSKOOG, KATHRYN: 'Links in a Golden Chain: C.S. Lewis, George MacDonald and Sadhu Sundar Singh', Lewis Legacy 69, Summer 1996 (text of paper on The George MacDonald website)
  • 'Mark Twain and George MacDonald: the Salty and the Sweet', The Mark Twain Journal 30/2, 1992 (text of paper on The George MacDonald website)

    Little, Janet
  • 'Janet Little (1759-1813)', Donna Landry, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    LIVESAY, DANIEL: 'Extended Families: Mixed-Race Children and the Scottish Experience, 1770-1820', International Journal of Scottish Literature 4, Autumn/Winter 2008

    Livesey, Margot
  • ' About Margot Livesey: A Profile', Jill Maio, Ploughshares, Fall 2002

    LIVESEY, MARGOT: 'The Double Life of Robert Louis Stevenson', The Atlantic, November 1994

    Lochhead, Liz
  • 'Cultural centrality and dominance: the creative writer's view - conversations between Scottish poet/playrights and Ian Brown', Ian Brown, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-1, 2011
  • ' Silences and Utterances: An Interactional Analysis of Gender Differences in Language in The Straw Chair, Dracula, and Mouthpieces', Ksenija Horvat, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/2, 2000

    LUMSDEN, ALISON: 'Waverley, Adaptation, and the University of Aberdeen Bernard C. Lloyd Collection of Scott Materials', The Bottle Imp 16, Fall 2014

    Lumsden, Roddy
  • ' "Our Stoic Comedian": a review of The Book of Love by Roddy Lumsden', Laurie Smith, Magma 17, Spring 2000

    LYALL, RODERICK J.: 'Alexander Montgomerie and the Netherlands, 1586-89', The Glasgow Review, issue 1

    LYALL, SCOTT: 'Hugh MacDiarmid and the British State', The Bottle Imp 18, Fall 2015
  • 'Hugh MacDiarmid and Scottish Identity', International Review of Scottish Studies 29, 2004

    Lydgate, John
  • ' Critic and Poet: What Lydgate and Henryson Did to Chaucer's "Troilus and Criseyde"', C. David Benson, Modern Language Quarterly, 53/1, March 1992 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    LYNCH, JACK: ' Authorizing Ossian', delivered at MWASECS, Minneapolis, 5 October 1995

    Lyndsay, Sir David
  • 'David Lyndsay and George Buchanan: contrasts in reforming theatre', Sarah Carpenter, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 5-2, 2012
  • 'The Poetry of Sir David Lyndsay', Nicola Royan, ScotLit 22, 2000
  • 'The Popular Voice in Sir David Lyndsay's Satire of the Thrie Estaitis', Greg Walker, Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014
  • 'Reforming Rhetoric: The Immodest Proposals of David Lyndsay', Alexander J. Cuthbert, e-Sharp 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Sir David Lyndsay's Ane Satyre of the Thrie Estaitis', Chris Ravenhall, ScotLit 22, 2000
     

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    MACAFEE, CAROLINE: 'The Case for Scots in the 2001 Census', an expanded version of the paper submitted to the Scottish Office in 1995
  • 'Characteristics of Non-Standard Grammar in Scotland'
  • 'Glesca dialeck i the modren warld', Lallans 61, 2002
  • 'Rowin back fae wilder shores', talk given to the Scots Language Society 40th Anniversary Collogue, Edinburgh 2012
  • 'Scots as a language of European Civilisation', the Second Angus McIntosh Lecture hosted on the Scottish Text Society website, March 2011
  • 'Scots linguistic anecdotes', talk given to the Scottish Society of the Chartered Institute of Linguists, Perth 2012
  • 'A Selected Classified Bibliography of the Scots Language'

    McAULEY, LOUIS KIRK: '"She Fleets, She Sails Away": The Horror of Highland Emigration to America in James MacPherson's Fragments of Ancient Poetry', Fourth Symbiosis Conference: "Across the Great Divide" July 2003 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    McCabe, Brian
  • 'Fetish of Ciphers: Brian McCabe's Zero', Jessica Aliaga-Lavrijsen, Textualities, 2009.
  • 'Fictional Truths', Tony McKibben, on the author's website
  • 'Spanish translation of "Interferences"', Jessica Aliaga-Lavrijsen, Cartaphilus 4, 2008.
  • 'Spanish translation of "One Atom to Another"', Jessica Aliaga-Lavrijsen, Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses 23, 2010. Available via the Institutional Repository of the University of Alicante
  • 'Trauma and Silence in Brian McCabe's "Say Something"', Jessica Aliaga-Lavrijsen, published in Between the Urge to Know and the Need to Deny. Trauma and Ethics in Contemporary British and American Literature Herrero, Dolores and Sonia Baelo-Allué (eds.), 2011. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter. Available via academia

    McCAFFERY, RICHIE: '"Committed and Confessional": Sorley MacLean's Poetry of World War Two', e-Sharp 20, Spring 2013
  • '"Hay saw Bizerta burn ...": Scottish Poetry in North Africa during World War Two', al.arte.magazine, 3 February 2015
  • 'Where the river ends and the sea begins: an interview with Stewart Conn', Richie McCaffery, Glasgow Review of Books, 31 March 2014

    MacCaig, Norman
  • ' An Interview with Norman MacCaig – 1987', Jennie Renton, Textualities, 2005
  • ' "No Extra Words": The Scottish Lyric Poet Norman MacCaig', Anette Degott, Erfurt Electronic Studies in English 2, 1995
  • 'Self and Otherness in Norman MacCaig's Poetry', Dominique Delmaire, E-rea (Revue électronique d'études sur le monde anglophone) 2/2, 2004

    McCAREY, PETER: ' Bye-Bye Bakhtin', International Journal of Scottish Literature 2, Spring/Summer 2007

    McCartney, Nicola
  • '"Listen I will tell the story to you / As I have been told it": Memory and identity in the plays of Nicola McCartney', Kathy McKean, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-1, 2011

    McCLURE, DERRICK: '1000 Years of Scottish Literature: 1400', 1000 Years of Scottish Literature, 18 November 2000
  • 'Doric: far dis it come fae?', published on the Elphinstone Kist website
  • 'Doric: fit dis it soun lik?', published on the Elphinstone Kist website
  • ' Douglas Young and Sorley Maclean', Gaelic and Scots in Harmony, 30 June-2 July 1988
  • 'Gaelic Translations of Burns', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'Goldoni in Scots', International Journal of Scottish Literature 7, Autumn/Winter 2010

    MacColl, Ewan
  • 'Ewan MacColl, "the brilliant young Scots dramatist": Regional myth-making and Theatre Workshop', Claire Warden, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-1, 2011

    Mac Colla, Fionn
  • 'The Very Heart of Beyond: Gaelic Nationalism and the Work of Fionn Mac Colla', Iain Macdonald, e-Sharp 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    McCRACKEN-FLESHER, CAROLINE: 'Cross-Channel Stevenson: David Balfour and the Problem of Scottish Return', International Journal of Scottish Literature 2, Spring/Summer 2007
  • 'Future Scotts: The Aliens have Landed', The Bottle Imp 16, Fall 2014
  • 'Independent Thinking: Scotland's Inscription of Separation: Response', The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 1, 2013 and 2014
  • 'Scotland as Science Fiction', The Bottle Imp 8, Fall 2010
  • 'Scotland as Theory: Otherness and Instantiation from Mackenzie to the Last Minstrel', International Journal of Scottish Literature 3, Autumn/Winter 2007
  • 'Scottish Studies after Cultural Studies: Response', The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 1, 2013 and 2014

    McCUE, KIRSTEEN: '"O my Luve's like a red, red rose": does Burns's melody really matter?', Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012
  • 'Posing as the ultimate Scottish Songster: James Hogg's Songs by the Ettrick Shepherd or Hogg GOLD!', The Bottle Imp 9, Spring 2011

    McCULLOCH, FIONA: '"The Future of the Planet" – Scottish Cosmopolitanism/CosmoFeminism and Environmentalism in Theresa Breslin's Saskia's Journey', Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014

    McCULLOCH, GORDON: 'a.k.a. Thurso Berwick: Doon Amang the Eskimos', The Bottle Imp 9, Spring 2011

    McCULLOCH, MARGERY PALMER: 'Continuing the Renaissance: Little Magazines and a Late Phase of Scottish Modernism in the 1940s', Études Écossaises 15, 2012
  • 'Fantasy, Reality and the Woman Question: a re-reading of William Black's fiction', ScotLit 29, 2003
  • 'Ideology in Action: Modernism and Marxism in A Scots Quair', James Leslie Mitchell (Lewis Grassic Gibbon) Centenary Conference, 9 June 2001
  • 'The Novels of Neil Gunn', Laverock 1, 1995
  • 'Volksdichter und Künstler: German Responses to Robert Burns', Margery Palmer McCulloch, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'Women and Poetry 1972-1999: The Contemporary Scene', Irish Review 28, 2001, available on the Scottish Corpus of Text and Speech website

    McDANIEL, DALE: 'Henry Mackenzie's Harley: A Reaction Against Commercialism', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    McDERMOTT, JENNIFER R.: 'Robert Burns the Scottish Bard: Prescriptivism, Poetic Primitivism, and the Status of Scots in the Eighteenth Century', 2007, hosted on Professor Carol Percy's webpages at the University of Toronto

    MacDiarmid, Hugh
  • 'Forms of Culture in Hugh MacDiarmid's 'Etika Preobrazhennavo Erosa'', Michael Whitworth, International Journal of Scottish Literature 5, Autumn/Winter 2009
  • 'Hugh MacDiarmid and the British State', Scott Lyall, The Bottle Imp 18, Fall 2015
  • 'Hugh MacDiarmid, Harry Lauder and Scottish Popular Culture', David Goldie, International Journal of Scottish Literature 1, Autumn 2006
  • 'Hugh MacDiarmid: the Poet and the Party', John Manson, Communist History Network Newsletter, Spring 2002
  • 'Hugh MacDiarmid and Scottish Identity', Scott Lyall, International Review of Scottish Studies 29, 2004
  • 'Neighborly Hostility and Literary Creoles: The Example of Hugh MacDiarmid', Laura O'Connor, Postmodern Culture 15/2, January 2005
  • 'Tails o the Comet? MacLean, Hay, Young and MacDiarmid's Renaissance', Michel Byrne, ScotLit 26, 2002
  • 'Urban Scotland in Hugh MacDiarmid's Glasgow Poems', Béatrice Duchateau, Études Écossaises 15, 2012

    MacDonald, George
  • ' Antigravity: Matter and the Imagination in George MacDonald and Early Science Fiction', Elmar Schenke, North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 14, 1995
  • ' Beasts and Monsters in MacDonald's Fantasy Stories', Dieter Petzold, North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 14, 1995
  • 'Beautiful Terrors: George MacDonald and Lilith', David Melville, The Bottle Imp 8, Fall 2010
  • ' Chthonic Aspects of MacDonald's Phantastes: From the Rising of the Goddess to the Anodos of Anodos', Fernando Soto, North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 19, 2000
  • ' A Crystal City: Sodom - Bulika - Jerusalem', Karl Kegler, North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 14, 1995
  • 'Of "Frustrate Desire": Feminist Self-Postponement in George MacDonald's Lilith', John Pennington, North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 21, 2002
  • ' George MacDonald and Jean Paul: An Introduction', William Webb, North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 14, 1995
  • ' George MacDonald and the "Light Princess"', Bob Trexler, CSL: The Bulletin of the New York C.S. Lewis Society 30/3-4, March-April 1999 (text of paper on The George MacDonald website)
  • ' The Limitations of Reductionist Approaches to Thomas Wingfold, Curate', John Docherty, North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 19, 2000
  • 'Links in a Golden Chain: C.S. Lewis, George MacDonald and Sadhu Sundar Singh', Kathryn Lindskoog, Lewis Legacy 69, Summer 1996 (text of paper on The George MacDonald website)
  • 'Mark Twain and George MacDonald: the Salty and the Sweet', Kathryn Lindskoog, The Mark Twain Journal 30/2, 1992 (text of paper on The George MacDonald website)
  • ' Nature and Fantasy', John Pridmore, North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 19, 2000
  • ' Pilgrims: The MacDonalds and John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress', Rachel Johnson, North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 21, 2002
  • ' The Sleep of the Soul: Night's Pore in Torments: The Blending of Traditional and Swedenborgian Structures of Thought in Lilith', Adelheid Kegler, North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 14, 1995
  • ' The Strengths and Weaknesses of Robert Falconer', Peter Butter, North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 14, 1995
  • ' Subversion and Recuperation of Gender Roles in George MacDonald's "The Day Boy and the Night Girl"', Linda Montag, The Looking-Glass, 7/1, 2003
  • 'The Two-World Consciousness of North Wind: Unity and Dichotomy in MacDonald's Fairy Tale', Fernando J. Sofa, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • ' Waterwheels, Healing Springs and Baptismal Water: George MacDonald's Gutta Percha Willie: The Working Genius', Michael Düring, North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 19, 2000
  • 'Wilfrid Cumbermede: a Novel in the Context of European Symbolism', Adelheid Kegler, North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 21, 2002

    MACDONALD, IAIN: 'The Very Heart of Beyond: Gaelic Nationalism and the Work of Fionn Mac Colla', Iain Macdonald, e-Sharp 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    McDONALD, JAN: '"Is it not possible to have a Poem made out of Theatre?" — an assessment of the dramas and dramaturgy of Joan Ure', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/1, 2002

    MACDONALD, KIRSTY: 'Scottish Gothic: towards a definition', The Bottle Imp 6, Fall 2009

    MacDONALD, MURDO: 'The Uneasiness Inherent in Culture: A Note on Michael Visocchi's Memorial to the Abolition of the Transatlantic Slave Trade', International Journal of Scottish Literature 4, Autumn/Winter 2008

    MacDonald, Stephen
  • 'The New Writing Policies of Clive Perry and Stephen MacDonald at the Royal Lyceum Theatre, 1966-79', Ian Brown, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 2/2, 2001

    MacDOUGALL, CARL: 'A Writer's Manifesto', given at the launch of the Parliamentary Cross-Party Group for Scottish Writing and Publishing, 7 June 2005

    McEWEN, AILEEN: 'Why Scots in Schools?', published on the Elphinstone Kist website

    MACFARLANE, JANICE: 'Scots Wha Hae or Scots Who Have: ambivalence about Scots in adult literacies', Concept, 3/1, Spring 2012

    MACFIE, JOHN: 'Scots Criminal Law: A Hazy Introduction', The Bottle Imp 14, Fall 2013

    McGAVOCK, KAREN: '"Houdinizing" Peter Pan: the Magical Exploits of J.M. Barrie and Harry Houdini', e-Sharp, Autumn 2003

    MacGILLIVRAY, ALAN: 'The Jewel on the Doorstep: The Place of Scottish Literature in Schools', published on the ASLS website.
  • 'Land of Brave Men: Scottish Poetry of the First World War', Laverock 3, 1997
  • 'Natural Loyalties: the work of William McIlvanney', Laverock 1, 1995
  • '"Obituary for Christine Guthrie, 1896-1999", ScotLit 21, 1999
  • 'Science Fiction', The Shape of Texts to Come: the writing of a new Scotland, 13-14 May 2000
  • 'A World of Story Rediscovered: R.B. Cunninghame Graham, Scotland's Forgotten Writer', The Bottle Imp 11, Spring 2012
  • 'The Worlds of Iain Banks', Laverock 2, 1996

    McGINLAY, KEVIN J.: 'Reading the Texts of Henryson's Fables', The Bottle Imp 4, Fall 2008

    McGINTY, J. WALTER: 'Milton's Satan and Burns's Auld Nick', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    McGonagall, William
  • 'McGonagall, 'Poute', and the Bad Poets of Victorian Dundee', Kirstie Blair, The Bottle Imp 14, Fall 2013

    McGONIGAL, JAMES: 'Coming Out Teaching: Philip Hobsbaum in the 1960s', The Dark Horse 20, Summer 2002 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Edwin Morgan Poems, National 5', James McGonigal, 2015, published on the ASLS website.
  • 'Multilingual Poetries Lost and Found', ScotLit 32, 2005
  • 'Recovering the Divan: Structure in Edwin Morgan's Long Poem', PN Review 194, vol. 36 no. 6, July-August 2010

    McGrath, John
  • ' Blood Red Roses: John McGrath and Lukacsian Realism', Stephen Lacey, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/2, 2002
  • ' Border Warranty: John McGrath and Scotland', Randall Stevenson, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/2, 2002
  • ' The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black Black Oil: Political Theatre and the Case Against Television Naturalism', Robin Nelson, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/2, 2002
  • 'John McGrath: an Anti-Class-based System Playwright', Ali Altun, a paper presented at ESSE 2012, published on the ASLS website.
  • ' John McGrath and the Dialogues of Television Studies', Jonathan Bignell, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/2, 2002
  • ' Three One-Woman Epics: The Political Performer', Olga Taxidou, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/2, 2002
  • 'The use of some Gaelic songs and poetry in The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil', Ian Brown, Sim Innes, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 5-2, 2012

    McGrath, Tom
  • 'Cultural centrality and dominance: the creative writer's view - conversations between Scottish poet/playrights and Ian Brown', Ian Brown, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-1, 2011

    McGUGAN, IRENE: 'Scots in the 21st Century', from a paper delivered at a symposium on Language and Politics, Belfast, August 2001, published on the Elphinstone Kist website

    McGUIRK, CAROL: 'Burns's Two Memorials to Fergusson', Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012

    McIlvanney, William
  • 'The Dark Threads of Tartan Noir', Carole E. Barrowman, originally published in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, June 24, 2004, available on Carole Barrowman's website
  • ' The Decentring of Docherty: The Scotsman in Contemporary Drama', David Pattie, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/2, 2000
  • 'Natural Loyalties: the work of William McIlvanney', Alan MacGillivray, Laverock 1, 1995
  • 'William McIlvanney's Laidlaw Novels', Beth Dickson, Laverock 2, 1996
  • 'White Men on Their Backs: the Representation of the White Male as Victim in William McIlvanney's Docherty and Irvine Welsh's Marabou Stork Nightmares', Carole Jones, International Journal of Scottish Literature 1, Autumn 2006

    MCKAY, JOHN: 'The Banal Daily Drudge: Telling Stories in Scotland', e-Sharp 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Mackay Brown, George
  • ' George Mackay Brown', Rob Spence, published on the George Mackay Brown website
  • ' George Mackay Brown: European Poet?', Sabina Schmid, Eurozine, April 1999
  • 'George Mackay Brown's "Celia": The Creative Conversion of a Catholic Heroine', Linden Bicket, Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014
  • 'George Mackay Brown: a Hero's Journey', Sue Tordoff, published on the George Mackay Brown website
  • 'Gifts of the Region', Tony McKibben, on the author's website
  • ' Greenness in Every Line: the drama of George Mackay Brown', Donald Campbell, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/1, 2000
  • 'The Looms of History in George Mackay Brown's Literary Landscape', J. Linden Bicket, e-Sharp 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Making it New: Imagism and George Mackay Brown's Runic Poetry', Michael Stachura, International Journal of Scottish Literature 8, Autumn/Winter 2011
  • ' Names Was made To Be Spoke: Commemoration in the Poems of Glyn Wright and George Mackay Brown', Sheenagh Pugh, published on the George Mackay Brown website
  • 'The plough has broken the lingering snow', Linden Bicket, Open House, April 2013

    McKEAN, KATHY: '"Listen I will tell the story to you / As I have been told it": Memory and identity in the plays of Nicola McCartney', International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-1, 2011
  • 'Telling Stories: Fifty Years of New Playwriting in Scotland', International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 6-1, 2013

    McKENNA, BERNARD: 'The "Disposition to Combine": Thomas Campbell's The Pleasures of Hope, Edmund Burke, and the Power of the Poetic Imagination to Reconcile and Reform', Romantic Textualities 18, Summer 2008

    McKENNA, STEVEN R.: 'Take Your Flag and Shove It! Nationalistic Humor in Fergusson and Burns', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    Mackenzie, Henry
  • 'Henry Mackenzie's Harley: A Reaction Against Commercialism', Dale McDaniel, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    McKIBBEN, TONY: 'Facilitating the Facile', on the author's website
  • 'Fictional Truths', on the author's website
  • 'Gifts of the Region', on the author's website
  • 'Kernels of the Sublime ', on the author's website
  • 'Necessary Brevity', on the author's website
  • 'The Non-Ameliorative', on the author's website
  • 'Owning the Language', on the author's website
  • 'The Paradox of Human Circumstance', on the author's website
  • 'Purposeful Asides', on the author's website
  • 'Quotidian Mediocrity', on the author's website

    MacKINNON, KENNETH: ' A Century on the Census: Gaelic in Twentieth Century Focus', Gaelic and Scots in Harmony, 30 June-2 July 1988

    McLachlan, Alexander
  • 'Alexander McLachlan: The "Robert Burns" of Canada', Edward J. Cowan, Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012

    MacLACHLAN, CHRISTOPHER: 'A Teller of Tales: Further Thoughts on Robert Louis Stevenson's Kidnapped', Christopher MacLachlan, ScotLit 38/39, Spring 2010

    McLaverty, Bernard
  • 'Necessary Brevity', Tony McKibben, on the author's website

    McLean, Duncan
  • 'Duncan McLean: Scottish Writer, Alexander Laurence, Free Williamsburg 13, May 2001

    MacLean, Sorley
  • '"Committed and Confessional": Sorley MacLean's Poetry of World War Two', Richie McCaffery, e-Sharp 20, Spring 2013
  • ' Douglas Young and Sorley Maclean', Derrick McClure, Gaelic and Scots in Harmony, 30 June-2 July 1988
  • 'A Dying Tongue: Reading Sorley MacLean', Seán Haldane, The Dark Horse 20, Summer 2007 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Strands of Politics in the Poetry of Sorley MacLean: Exploring the Symbol of the Skye Stallion in a Scottish and European Context', Emma Dymock, e-Sharp 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Tails o the Comet? MacLean, Hay, Young and MacDiarmid's Renaissance', Michel Byrne, ScotLit 26, 2002
  • 'Three Interviews - Three Views', Marco Fazzini, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    McLEMAN-CARNIE, JANETTE: 'Sir Walter Scott and the French Press: Paris 1826', International Review of Scottish Studies 25, 2000

    MacLennan, Hugh
  • 'Ralph Connor, Hugh MacLennan and Alice Munro - Three Scottish-Canadian Authors', Uwe Zagratzki, International Review of Scottish Studies 23, 1998

    Macleod, Fiona - see Sharp, William

    MacLeod, Ken
  • 'Anarchies, States and Utopias: an Interview with Ken MacLeod', Jesse Walker, Reason, November 2000
  • 'As if You Lived in the Near Future of an Undecided Nation', Ken MacLeod, The Bottle Imp 18, Fall 2015
  • 'The Future Will Happen Here Too', Ken MacLeod, The Bottle Imp 8, Fall 2010
  • 'Tomorrow Lies in Ambush: a conversation with Ken MacLeod', Andrew J. Wilson, ONE Magazine, 27 November 2008

    MacLEOD, KEN: 'As if You Lived in the Near Future of an Undecided Nation', The Bottle Imp 18, Fall 2015
  • 'The Future Will Happen Here Too', The Bottle Imp 8, Fall 2010

    McLEOD, WILSON: 'Gaelic in the New Scotland: Politics, Rhetoric and Public Discourse', Journal on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe, Summer 2001 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • ' A' Ghàidhlig Anns an 21mh Linn: Sùil Air Adhart', Léachtaí Cholm Cille 31, 2001
  • ' Language Planning as Regional Development? The Growth of the Gaelic Economy', Scottish Affairs 38, Winter 2002
  • ' Official Gaelic: Problems in the Translation of Public Documents', Scottish Language 19, 2000
  • ' Official Status for Gaelic: Prospects and Problems', Scottish Affairs 21, Autumn 1997
  • ' Scotland's Languages in Scotland's Parliament', Scottish Affairs 24, Summer 1998

    MacMAHON, DEIRDRE: 'Scotland at the Smithsonian: Beyond the Cultural Cringe?', Scottish Affairs 47, Spring 2004

    Mac Mhaighstir Alasdair, Alasdair
  • ' Mac Mhaighstir Alasdair's Nature Poetry and its Sources', Derick S. Thomson, Gaelic and Scots in Harmony, 30 June-2 July 1988

    McMUNNIGALL, ALAN: 'Alasdair Gray and Postmodernism', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    McNaughton, Janet
  • ' An Earthly Knight and Fire and Hemlock: Two "Tam Lin" Retellings', Kallie George, The Looking-Glass, 11/1, 2007

    MacNeacail, Aonghas
  • 'An Interview with Aonghas MacNeacail – 1994', Robert Mullally, Textualities, 2006

    McNEILL, DOUGAL: 'The Auld Bollocks, or, James Kelman's Masculine Utopics', International Review of Scottish Studies 37, 2012
  • 'Is life beautiful? Narrative Uncertainty and 'Literary anti-Trotskyism' in Trainspotting', International Journal of Scottish Literature 5, Autumn/Winter 2009

    McNeillie, John
  • ' John McNeillie's Wigtown Ploughman', Rosemary Baker, Textualities, 2005

    Macpherson, Ian
  • 'Ian Macpherson's Writing of the Disaster', Timothy C. Baker, International Review of Scottish Studies 33, 2008

    MacPherson, James
  • ' Authorizing Ossian', Jack Lynch, delivered at MWASECS, Minneapolis, 5 October 1995 Journal of American Folklore, Fall 2001
  • 'Ossian, Sonority and the Celtic Twilight in Geddes' Circle', Norman Shaw, Journal of Generalism and Civics VI, August 2005
  • '"She Fleets, She Sails Away": The Horror of Highland Emigration to America in James MacPherson's Fragments of Ancient Poetry', Louis Kirk McAuley, Fourth Symbiosis Conference: "Across the Great Divide" July 2003 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    MacQUEEN, JOHN: 'Tollerators and Con-Tollerators (1703) and Archibald Pitcairne: Text, Background and Authorship', Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014

    McQUEEN, PAMELA: 'Giving Voice to the Global Citizen in The Speculator by David Greig', International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 6-1, 2013

    MacRAE, ALASDAIR D.F.: 'Remembering Iain Crichton Smith', The Dark Horse 8, Autumn 1999 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    MAIO, JILL: 'About Margot Livesey: A Profile', Ploughshares, Fall 2002

    MACK, DOUGLAS S.: ' James Hogg in 2000 and Beyond', Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 19, August 2000
  • 'James Hogg's First Encounter with Burns's Poetry', Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012

    MAGUIRE, TOM: 'Documentary, 'makey-up' storytelling and new modes of writing for the Scottish stage', International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 6-1, 2013
  • 'Still Cool for Cats? The Life and Times of Wildcat Stage Productions', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/1, 2000

    Maitland, Marie
  • 'Women as Readers, Writers, and Book Owners in Late Sixteenth-Century Scotland: The Maitland Quarto Manuscript', Joanna M. Martin, The Bottle Imp 14, Fall 2013

    Maitland, Richard
  • 'The Poems of Richard Maitland', Ralph Stewart, International Review of Scottish Studies 23, 1998
  • 'Women as Readers, Writers, and Book Owners in Late Sixteenth-Century Scotland: The Maitland Quarto Manuscript', Joanna M. Martin, The Bottle Imp 14, Fall 2013

    The Makars
  • 'Revisiting the Makars', Felicity Riddy, the First Angus McIntosh Lecture hosted on the Scottish Text Society website, January 2008

    MALEY, WILLY: 'History's Mandate: Alasdair Gray and the Art of Independence', The Glasgow Review, issue 3
  • 'Prime Scene Investigation: Muriel Spark's Grave Humour', text of a lecture given at the Aye Write! festival, March 2009
  • 'You'll Have Had Your Theatre: Irvine Welsh's stage play You'll Have Had Your Hole', Spike Magazine, January, 1999

    MALZAHN, MANFRED: 'Hells, Havens, Hulls: Literary Reflections of Scottish Cities', Manfred Malzahn, International Journal of Scottish Literature 8, Autumn/Winter 2011

    MAMELI, BEATRICE: 'Robert Henryson and his Orpheus and Eurydice', Journal of the Northern Renaissance 4, 2012

    MANDELL, LAURA: 'Margaret Clephane, Lady Compton', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website
  • 'Mary Panton', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website
  • 'Susannah Hawkins (1781-1868)', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    MANDERSON, DAVID: 'A Letter from a Western Empire', Chapman 97, 2000
  • 'Wattie Goes to Hollywood: Scott, Scotland and Film', The Bottle Imp 13, Spring 2013

    MANFREDI, CAMILLE: 'Ecosse, Littérature et Nationalisme Culturel: le Phantasme d'une Nation?', Amnis 2002 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Internal, imaginary and ontological exile in Peter Urpeth's Far Inland (2006)', Études Écossaises 13, 2010
  • 'La septième solitude: Everything You Need, ou le voyage en Hyperborée d' A.L. Kennedy', Études Écossaises 11, 2008

    MANKOFF, STACEY: 'Wankers, Burds, and Skag: Heteroglossia in Trainspotting', Empty Mirror, January 2013

    MANNING, SUSAN: 'Scotland and America', The Bottle Imp 1, Spring 2007

    MANSON, JOHN: 'Hugh MacDiarmid: the Poet and the Party', Communist History Network Newsletter, Spring 2002

    MANSON, PETER: ' David Kinloch's Paris Forfar', on the Freebase Accordion website
  • ' Gael Turnbull's For Whose Delight', on the Freebase Accordion website

    MANTEL, HILARY: 'What He Could Bear: a review of A Lie About My Father', London Review of Books, vol. 28 no. 5, 9 March 2006

    Mary, Queen of Scots
  • 'Mary Queen of Scots as Feminine and National Icon: Depictions in Film and Fiction', Ingibjörg Ágústsdóttir, Études Écossaises 15, 2012

    MARTIN, JOANNA M.: 'Women as Readers, Writers, and Book Owners in Late Sixteenth-Century Scotland: The Maitland Quarto Manuscript', The Bottle Imp 14, Fall 2013

    MARTÍNEZ, MARIO DÍAZ: 'Reconstructing the Non-Existent: Levels of Self-Reference in Lanark', Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses 8 (1995), available on the Repositorio Institucional de la Universidad de Alicante website [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Masson, David
  • 'David Masson and Thomas Carlyle', Ian M. Campbell, Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014

    MATHISON, HAMISH: 'Robert Burns and Tradition', November 2007, hosted on the ASLS website

    MATURANA, MARIA DEL CORAL CALVO: 'Jackie Kay's Representation of "The Broons": Scotland's Happy Family', e-Sharp 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    MAXWELL, ANNE:
  • 'Building Friendships: "Civility" and "Savagery" in R. L. Stevenson's The Beach of Falesá and The Ebb-Tide', International Journal of Scottish Literature 9, Autumn/Winter 2013 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Media, The
  • 'The media and literature in contemporary Scotland: challenges and opportunities', David Hutchison, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-2, 2011

    Medicine
  • 'The Citadel by A. J. Cronin', Sir Kenneth Calman, The Bottle Imp 15, Spring 2014
  • '"Death and Doctor Hornbook" by Robert Burns: A view from medical history', Malcolm Nicolson, Medical Humanities 36, June 2010 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Dr Hornbook – and Death', David Purdie, The Bottle Imp 15, Spring 2014
  • 'Hercules Rollock and the Edinburgh Plague of 1585', Karen Jillings, The Bottle Imp 15, Spring 2014
  • 'The Medical Kailyard', Megan Coyer, The Bottle Imp 15, Spring 2014
  • 'Memorialising the Death and Legacy of Robert Fergusson: Romantic Sympathy and Enlightenment Medical Improvement', Rhona Brown, The Bottle Imp 15, Spring 2014
  • 'Mr Placebo d'Isabel Wright: de l'art de l'illusion et de l'expérimentation en un "théâtre d'opérations"', Danièle Berton, Études Écossaises 12, 2009
  • 'Sick of Scottish Literature?', Gavin Miller, The Bottle Imp 15, Spring 2014
  • '"Take Care of the Bowels and the Brains Will Take Care of Themselves": Scotland's Doctor-Writers', Tom Hubbard, Études Écossaises 12, 2009

    MEEK, DONALD E.: ' The Death of Diarmaid in Scottish and Irish Tradition', Celtica vol 21, 1990 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'The Gaelic Literature of Argyll', Laverock 3, 1997

    Meek, James
  • 'Dynamite for Cologne: a review of The People's Act of Love', Michael Wood, London Review of Books, vol. 27 no. 14, 21 July 2005
  • 'An Interview with James Meek', David Ramos Fernandes, The Barcelona Review 51, January-February 2006
  • 'The People's Act of Love: author James Meek in interview', Andrew Lawless, Three Monkeys Online, September 2005
  • 'Reason, Justice, Cannibalism: utopian themes in the fiction of James Meek', David Leishman, Études Écossaises 11, 2008

    MEIR, CHRISTOPHER: 'On the Art of "Making Movies Happen": An Interview with Andrea Calderwood', International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-2, 2011

    MELVILLE, DAVID: 'Beautiful Terrors: George MacDonald and Lilith', The Bottle Imp 8, Fall 2010
  • 'Tempting the Angels: "Olalla" as Gothic Vampire Narrative', David Melville, The Bottle Imp 12, Fall 2012

    MENIKOFF, BARRY: 'Stevenson on Style', The Bottle Imp 12, Fall 2012

    MENNETEAU, PATRICK: '"David Hume et l'essor du modèle scientifique au XVIIIe siècle dans les Dialogues sur la religion naturelle', Études Écossaises 12, 2009

    MENZIES, DAVID: 'Salute to an Adventurer', ScotLit 35, 2007

    MICHAELSON, GREG: 'When Naomi Met Doris', Textualities, 2005

    MICHIE, JAMES: 'Doric Awa in the Mearns', published on the Elphinstone Kist website

    MILLER, GAVIN: 'The Cult of the White Goddess in Alasdair Gray's Lanark', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'Sick of Scottish Literature?', The Bottle Imp 15, Spring 2014
  • 'Scottish science fiction: writing Scottish literature back into history', Études Écossaises 12, 2009

    MILLER, KEI: '"But in Glasgow, There are Plantains"', International Journal of Scottish Literature 4, Autumn/Winter 2008

    Milne, Christian
  • 'The mean Unletter'd-female Bard of Aberdeen!: The Complexities of Christian Milne's Simple Poems on Simple Subjects', Bridget Keegan, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    MILNE, DREW: ' "Adorno's Hut": Ian Hamilton Finlay's Neoclassical Rearmament Programme', Jacket Magazine 15, December 2001

    MILTON, COLIN: 'A Sough o' War: The Great War in the Poetry of North-East Scotland', taken from Northern Visions (Tuckwell Press, 1985, ed. David Hewitt), published on the Elphinstone Kist website

    Milton, John
  • 'Milton's Satan and Burns's Auld Nick', J. Walter McGinty, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    Miller, Hugh
  • 'Hugh Miller, presbytérianisme et débats évolutionnistes en Écosse au XIXe siècle', Claire Puglisi-Kaczmarek, Études Écossaises 12, 2009

    Mitchell, James Leslie (see also Gibbon, Lewis Grassic)
  • 'Spartacus', Ian Campbell, James Leslie Mitchell (Lewis Grassic Gibbon) Centenary Conference, 9 June 2001

    Mitchison, Naomi
  • ' An Interview with Naomi Mitchison', Raymond H. Thompson, on the Interviews with Authors of Modern Arthurian Literature website
  • ' When Naomi Met Doris', Greg Michaelson, Textualities, 2005

    Modernism
  • 'Continuing the Renaissance: Little Magazines and a Late Phase of Scottish Modernism in the 1940s', Margery Palmer McCulloch, Études Écossaises 15, 2012
  • 'Ideology in Action: Modernism and Marxism in A Scots Quair', Margery Palmer McCulloch, James Leslie Mitchell (Lewis Grassic Gibbon) Centenary Conference, 9 June 2001

    MONTAG, LINDA: 'Subversion and Recuperation of Gender Roles in George MacDonald's "The Day Boy and the Night Girl"', The Looking-Glass, 7/1, 2003

    Montgomerie, Alexander
  • 'Alexander Montgomerie and the Netherlands, 1586-89', Roderick J Lyall, The Glasgow Review, issue 1

    Moon, Lorna
  • 'The Far Side of Lorna Moon', Glenda Norquay, ScotLit 27, 2002

    Morgan, Edwin
  • 'Computer Error: Voices and Translations in Edwin Morgan's Science Fiction Poetry', Russell Jones, Forum 9, Autumn 2009
  • 'Doing Something Uncustomary: Edwin Morgan and Attila József', Tom Hubbard, International Journal of Scottish Literature 1, Autumn 2006
  • 'The Driving Spirit of Morgan', Tom Pow, New Statesman, May 15, 2000
  • 'Edwin Morgan, 1920-2010: a eulogy', George Reid, ScotLit 40, Winter 2010
  • 'Edwin Morgan and the Two Cultures', Stephen Fox, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'Edwin Morgan in Conversation', Gerry Cambridge, The Dark Horse 5, Summer 1997 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Edwin Morgan Poems, National 5', James McGonigal, 2015, published on the ASLS website.
  • '"How Shall the Race be Served?": The Life of Edwin Morgan', D. M. Black, The Dark Horse 26, Winter/Spring 2011 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Linguistic motivation, dramatic language and Glasgow-inflected Scots in Edwin Morgan's version of Cyrano de Bergerac (1992)', Bill Findlay, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-1, 2011
  • 'The Milk of Space: Edwin Morgan's science fiction poems', Hamish Whyte, The Bottle Imp 8, Fall 2010
  • 'New Currency or Old? "The Coin", by Edwin Morgan', Gavin Wallace, The Bottle Imp 2, Fall 2007
  • '"Now You See It, Now You Don't": the Love Poetry of Edwin Morgan', Christopher Whyte, The Glasgow Review, issue 2
  • 'Recovering the Divan: Structure in Edwin Morgan's Long Poem', James McGonigal, PN Review 194, vol. 36 no. 6, July-August 2010
  • ' Some Comments on "The Computer's First Code Poem" by Machine Employed by Mr Edwin Morgan', John Kease, Poetry Nation 2, 1974

    MORGAN, EDWIN: 'The Contribution of Iain Crichton Smith', ScotLit 23, 2000
  • 'James Bridie's The Anatomist and John Byrne's The Slab Boys', paper given at an ASLS Conference, 1987
  • 'Scottish Drama: an overview', ScotLit 20, 1999

    MORRIS, MICHAEL: 'Joseph Knight: Scotland and the Black Atlantic', International Journal of Scottish Literature 4, Autumn/Winter 2008

    MORRISON, ROBERT: ' Blackwood's Berserker: John Wilson and the Language of Extremity', Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 20, November 2000

    MORUSIEWICZ, AGNIESZKA: 'Bodies that Bleed: Sex as Fiction in Janice Galloway's Blood', published on the Museum of Menstruation and Women's Health website
    MOSS, SARAH: 'Romanticism on Ice: Coleridge, Hogg and the Eighteenth-Century Missions to Greenland', Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 45, February 2007

    Muir, Edwin
  • '"Between the tiger's paws": Scotland, Czechoslovakia and the Poetry of Edwin Muir', Richard K Cross, Modern Age 50/3, Summer 2008
  • 'Scotland - the Event: or, Theory after Muir', Matthew Wickman, International Journal of Scottish Literature 3, Autumn/Winter 2007

    MULLALLY, ROBERT: 'An Interview with Aonghas MacNeacail – 1994', Textualities, 2006

    MULLEN, GINGER: 'Transformations of "Tam Lin": an analysis of folk-tale picture books', The Looking-Glass, 8/3, 2004

    Multiculturalism - see Diversity, Scottish Identity

    Munro, Alice
  • 'Ralph Connor, Hugh MacLennan and Alice Munro - Three Scottish-Canadian Authors', Uwe Zagratzki, International Review of Scottish Studies 23, 1998

    Munro, Hector Hugh
  • 'Saki's Engagement with Evolution, Naturalism and Determinism', Nooshin Elahipanah, Postgraduate English 9, March 2004

    Munro, Neil
  • 'The Ell-Wand and the Sword: The Historical Fiction of Neil Munro', Ronald Renton, The Bottle Imp 4, Fall 2008
  • 'Not the Kailyard...', Ian Campbell, ParaGraphs issue 2, 2002

    Munro, Rona
  • 'Making them Bold and Breaking the Mould: Rona Munro's Bold Girls', Douglas Gifford, Laverock 2, 1996

    Mure, William (William Mure of Rowallan)
  • 'How Scottish is the Scottish Psalter? William Mure of Rowallan, Zachary Boyd, and the Metrical Psalter of 1650', Peter Auger, Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014

    MURRAY, ISOBEL: 'Gibbon's Chris: a Celebration with some Reservations', James Leslie Mitchell (Lewis Grassic Gibbon) Centenary Conference, 9 June 2001
  • 'Jessie Kesson: Writing Her Self', Laverock 3, 1997
  • 'Robin Jenkins' Fiction', Laverock 2, 1996)

    MURRAY, JULIE: 'At the Surface of Romantic Interiority: Joanna Baillie's Orra', Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 56, November 2009

    Music
  • 'A "cargo of Songs": Robert Burns, the Hastie manuscript and The Scots Musical Museum', Robert Irvine, on the British Library's Romantics and Victorians website
  • 'How Scottish is the Scottish Psalter? William Mure of Rowallan, Zachary Boyd, and the Metrical Psalter of 1650', Peter Auger, Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014
  • 'The Scottish Bagpipe: Political and Religious Symbolism in English Literature and Satire', Vivien Williams, The Bottle Imp 13, Spring 2013
     

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    Nairne, Carolina (Lady Nairne)
  • 'Gender, Genre and the Imagining of the Scottish Nation: the Songs of Lady Nairne', Leith Davis, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    Nakajima Atsushi
  • 'Appropriating Robert Louis Stevenson: Nakajima Atsushi in Pre-War Japan', Taku Yamamoto, International Journal of Scottish Literature 9, Autumn/Winter 2013 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    NARAYANAN, VIVEK: ' Wandering the Planet: a review of W.N. Herbert's The Big Bumper Book of Troy', Perihelion, Vol III, issue 8, 2003

    NASH, ANDREW: 'Ghostly Endings: The Evolution of J. M. Barrie's Farewell Miss Julie Logan', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    NEILSON, ANDREW: '"History in a New Scheme": a review of Jizzen by Kathleen Jamie', Magma 16, Winter 2000

    Neilson, Anthony
  • 'Psychological Liminality in Anthony Neilson's The Wonderful World of Dissocia', Gary Cassidy, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 6-1, 2013

    NELSON, ROBIN: 'The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black Black Oil: Political Theatre and the Case Against Television Naturalism', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/2, 2002

    NEWTON, MICHAEL: '"Becoming Cold-Hearted like the Gentiles Around Them": Scottish Gaelic in the United States 1872–1912', e-Keltoi, vol. 2
  • ' Border Disputes: Gaelic Cultural Identity and Internaction in the Lennox and Menteith', Celtic Cultural Studies, 2000
  • 'Jacobite Past, Loyalist Present', e-Keltoi, vol. 5
  • 'My Bard is in the Highlands: Burns 2009 and a National Scottish Literature', The Bottle Imp 5, Spring 2009
  • '"This Could Have Been Mine": Scottish Gaelic Learners in North America', e-Keltoi, vol. 1

    NICOLAISEN, W.F.H.: ' Gaelic & Scots 1300-1600: Some Place-Name Evidence', Gaelic and Scots in Harmony, 30 June-2 July 1988 (486KB - includes graphics)

    NICOLL, LAURENCE: 'In Place of Dialectics: Freedom and Contingency in Russian and Scottish Fiction', Laurence Nicoll, International Journal of Scottish Literature 5, Autumn/Winter 2009

    NICOLSON, MALCOLM: '"Death and Doctor Hornbook" by Robert Burns: A view from medical history', Medical Humanities 36, June 2010 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Noctes Ambrosianae - see Blackwoods's Magazine

    NORQUAY, GLENDA: 'The Far Side of Lorna Moon', ScotLit 27, 2002
  • 'An Interview with Alasdair Gray', with Carol Anderson, Cencrastus, January 1983 (transcript on Alasdair Gray's website)

    North, Christopher - see Wilson, John

    NORTHCROFT, DAVID: 'In and Out of the Classroom: That's the Way the Doric Goes...', published on the Elphinstone Kist website
     

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    O'CONNOR, LAURA: 'Neighborly Hostility and Literary Creoles: The Example of Hugh MacDiarmid',Postmodern Culture 15/2, January 2005

    O'HAGAN, ANDREW: 'In His Hot Head: a review of Robert Louis Stevenson: a biography by Claire Harman', London Review of Books, vol. 27 no. 4, 17 February 2005

    Oliphant, Carolina - see Nairne, Carolina (Lady Nairne)

    Oliphant, Margaret
  • '"Oh this terrible, fatal, miserable Rome!": The unhappy wanderings of Margaret Oliphant', Anne Scriven, The Bottle Imp 11, Spring 2012

    OLIVER, JAMES: 'Scottish Gaelic Identities: Contexts and Contingencies', Scottish Affairs 51, Spring 2005

    OLIVER, SUSAN: 'Green Scotland: Literature and the Seeds of Independence', The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 1, 2013 and 2014
  • 'Walter Scott and the Matter of Landscape: Ecologies of Violence for our Time', The Bottle Imp 16, Fall 2014

    O'MALLEY, J.P.:
  • 'An Interview with Don Paterson', J.P. O'Malley, The Bottle Imp 12, Fall 2012
  • 'An Interview with Irvine Welsh', The Bottle Imp 11, Spring 2012
  • 'An Interview with Jackie Kay', The Bottle Imp 15, Spring 2014
  • 'An Interview with James Kelman', The Bottle Imp 14, Fall 2013
  • 'An Interview with John Burnside', The Bottle Imp 13, Spring 2013

    Opera - see Song

    Ossian - see MacPherson, James

    Owens, Agnes
  • 'Giving "people like that" a Voice: a Conversation with Agnes Owens', Jane Gray, Études Écossaises 11, 2008
  • 'The Non-Ameliorative', Tony McKibben, on the author's website
     

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    PALMER, CHRISTOPHER: 'Galactic Empires and the Contemporary Extravaganza: Dan Simmons and Iain M. Banks', Science Fiction Studies 77, March 1999

    Panton, Mary
  • 'Mary Panton', Laura Mandell, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    PARKINSON, DAVID J: ' "The Legend of the Bischop of St Androis Lyfe" and the Survival of Scottish Poetry', Early Modern Literary Studies 9/1, May 2003

    Paterson, Don
  • 'An Interview with Don Paterson', J.P. O'Malley, The Bottle Imp 12, Fall 2012
  • 'Nothing, in Other Words: the Poetry of Don Paterson', Timothy Donnelly, Verse, June 2004

    PATTIE, DAVID: 'The Decentring of Docherty: The Scotsman in Contemporary Drama', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/2, 2000

    PENNINGTON, JOHN: 'Of "Frustrate Desire": Feminist Self-Postponement in George MacDonald's Lilith', John Pennington, North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 21, 2002

    PERKINS, PAM: 'Anne MacVicar Grant, 1755-1838', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website
  • 'Christian Carstairs', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website
  • 'Lady Charlotte Susan Maria Campbell Bury, 1775-1861', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website
  • 'The Travels of Elizabeth Isabella Spence', The Bottle Imp 11, Spring 2012

    Perry, Clive
  • 'The New Writing Policies of Clive Perry and Stephen MacDonald at the Royal Lyceum Theatre, 1966-79', Ian Brown, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 2/2, 2001

    PETRIE, ELAINE: 'Sing Us One of the Old Songs - Why Teach Ballads?', Laverock 3, 1997

    PETZOLD, DIETER: 'Beasts and Monsters in MacDonald's Fantasy Stories', North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 14, 1995

    Archibald Pitcairne
  • 'Tollerators and Con-Tollerators (1703) and Archibald Pitcairne: Text, Background and Authorship', John MacQueen, Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014

    PITTIN-HÉDON, MARIE-ODILE: '"Imagine Lanark meets Something Leather, with a kind of Poor Things feel to it": The politics of rewriting in Alasdair Gray's Old Men in Love', Études Écossaises 14, 2011
  • '"Jean-Claude Van Damme and Mother Superior": la transgression chez Iain Banks et Irvine Welsh', Études Écossaises 11, 2008

    PITTOCK, MURRAY: 'Jacobitism in History', Murray Pittock, The Bottle Imp 4, Fall 2008

    Politics (for Scottish devolution/independence see Scottish Independence below)
  • 'a.k.a. Thurso Berwick: Doon Amang the Eskimos', Gordon McCulloch, The Bottle Imp 9, Spring 2011
  • 'As if You Lived in the Near Future of an Undecided Nation', Ken MacLeod, The Bottle Imp 18, Fall 2015
  • 'The Blanket of the Dark', James Robertson, The Bottle Imp 18, Fall 2015
  • 'Bring Me the Head of Irvine Welsh! Fiction and Politics in Modern Scotland', Christopher Harvie, 14 May 2003, published on Tübingen University's Intelligent Mr Toad website [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Coalescence and the fiction of Iain Banks', David Leishman, Études Écossaises 12, 2009
  • 'How Scottish Theatre Predicted The Referendum', Alan Bissett, Bella Caledonia, 2 April 2015
  • 'Hugh MacDiarmid and the British State', Scott Lyall, The Bottle Imp 18, Fall 2015
  • 'Hugh MacDiarmid: the Poet and the Party', John Manson, Communist History Network Newsletter, Spring 2002
  • '"Idea of a Perfect Commonwealth" ou le réalisme utopique de David Hume', Gilles Robel, Études Écossaises 11, 2008
  • 'John McGrath: an Anti-Class-based System Playwright', Ali Altun, a paper presented at ESSE 2012, published on the ASLS website.
  • 'Kelman, Suspicion and the Fantasy of Homeland Security', Scott Hames, The Bottle Imp 18, Fall 2015
  • 'Power to the singers: Scots, English, politics and policies', Marina Dossena, The Bottle Imp 9, Spring 2011
  • 'Scotland and the Spy Story', Penny Fielding, The Bottle Imp 18, Fall 2015
  • 'A Shrinking Highlands: Neil Gunn, Nationalism and the "World Republic of Letters"', Ryan D. Shirey, International Journal of Scottish Literature 3, Autumn/Winter 2007
  • 'Robert Louis Stevenson's "The Isle of Voices": the stakes of modernity in the late 19th century Pacific', Sylvie Largeaud-Ortega, paper presented at the 2nd Symposium on French Research in the Pacific [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Strands of Politics in the Poetry of Sorley MacLean: Exploring the Symbol of the Skye Stallion in a Scottish and European Context', Emma Dymock, e-Sharp 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'You Can't Get There From Here: Devolution and Scottish Literary History', Alex Thomson, International Journal of Scottish Literature 3, Autumn/Winter 2007
  • 'The Very Heart of Beyond: Gaelic Nationalism and the Work of Fionn Mac Colla', Iain Macdonald, e-Sharp 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Postmodernism
  • 'Alasdair Gray and Postmodernism', Alan McMunnigall, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    POW, TOM: 'The Driving Spirit of Morgan', New Statesman, May 15, 2000

    PRESS, JOY: 'Unthanksgiving: Lanark – a review', The Village Voice, November 27–December 3, 2002

    PREUSS, STEPHANIE: 'Occasional Paper: Now That's What I Call a Scottish Canon!', International Journal of Scottish Literature 8, Autumn/Winter 2011

    PRICE, VICTORIA E.: '"two kingdoms ... compassed with one Sea": Reconstructing Kingdoms and Reclaiming Histories in David Greig's Dunsinane', International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 5-1, 2012

    PRIDMORE, JOHN: 'Nature and Fantasy', North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 19, 2000

    Pringle, Thomas
  • 'Thomas Pringle and the "Hottentots"', Damian Shaw, The Bottle Imp 10, Fall 2011

    Pryde, James
  • 'James Pryde; the Edgar Allan Poe of Painting', Louise Welsh, The Bottle Imp 6, Fall 2009

    PSOMIADES, KATHY ALEXIS: 'Hidden Meaning: Andrew Lang, H. Rider Haggard, Sigmund Freud, and Interpretation', Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 64, October 2013

    PUGH, SHEENAGH: ' Names Was made To Be Spoke: Commemoration in the Poems of Glyn Wright and George Mackay Brown', published on the George Mackay Brown website

    PUGLISI-KACZMAREK, CLAIRE: 'Hugh Miller, presbytérianisme et débats évolutionnistes en Écosse au XIXe siècle', Études Écossaises 12, 2009

    PURDIE, DAVID W.: 'Dr Hornbook – and Death', The Bottle Imp 15, Spring 2014
  • '"Never Met - and Never Parted": The Curious Case of Burns and Boswell', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    PURDIE, RHIANNON: 'Roswall and Lillian, the "Lord of Learne" and the Study of Medieval Romance and the Early-Modern Ballad', Journal of the Northern Renaissance 4, 2012

    PURINTON, MARJEAN D.: ' Science Fiction and Techno-Gothic Drama: Romantic Playwrights Joanna Baillie and Jane Scott', Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 21, February 2001
     

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    QUICK, IAN: ' The Scots Element in the Gaelic Vocabulary of Domestic Furnishings and Utensils', Gaelic and Scots in Harmony, 30 June-2 July 1988 (313KB - includes graphics)
     

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    RAE, ROBERT: 'Disability, Invisibility and Theatre: Which Nation are we Staging?', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 2/1, 2001

    RAJAN, SUPRITHA: 'Networking Magic: Andrew Lang and the Science of Self-Interest', Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 64, October 2013

    RAMAGE, JOHN: 'Meg Dods – Before the Curtain' (with Barbara Bell), International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/2, 2000
  • ' Scots and Welsh: Theatrical Translation and Theatrical Languages' (with Ian Brown and Ceri Sherlock), International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/2, 2000

    Ramsay, Allan
  • 'Nation and Translation: Margaret Turner Re(-)covers Ramsay's Gentle Shepherd', Leith Davis, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    RAVENHALL, CHRIS: 'Sir David Lyndsay's Ane Satyre of the Thrie Estaitis', ScotLit 22, 2000

    RAWES, ALAN: '"The very first of his Art": Reading Burns Through Byron', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    'Re-Establishing Complexities: Researching and Teaching Scottish Literature Inside/Outside Scotland', Carla Sassi, International Journal of Scottish Literature 1, Autumn 2006

    REID, GEORGE: 'Edwin Morgan, 1920-2010: a eulogy', ScotLit 40, Winter 2010

    REID, JULIA: '"[N]ewspaper like in style, and not worthy of R.L.S.": Robert Louis Stevenson's The Amateur Emigrant', The Bottle Imp 12, Fall 2012

    Reid, Mrs M. A.
  • 'Words of Fire: Mrs. M. A. Reid's The Harp of Salem', Peggy Dunn Bailey, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    REID-BAXTER, JAMIE: 'The Apocalyptic Muse of Francis Hamilton of Silvertonhill (c.1585–1645)', Journal of the Northern Renaissance 4, 2012

    REITEMEIER, FRAUKE: '"Woefully Deficient in Knowledge of Costume and Manners": Scott's English Predecessors', Erfurt Electronic Studies in English 11, 2001

    RENFREW, ALASTAIR: ' Brief Encounters, Long Farewells: Bakhtin and Scottish Literature', International Journal of Scottish Literature 1, Autumn 2006

    RENTON, JENNIE: 'Christopher Brookmyre in Conversation', Textualities, 16 March 2005
  • ' Death and Literature: a conversation between Lin Anderson and Louise Welsh', Textualities, 2006
  • ' Glasgow Dragon: an interview with Des Dillon', Textualities, 2005
  • ' Hellenic Hush: an interview with Paul Johnston', Textualities, 2005
  • ' An Interview with Hamish Henderson – 1987', Textualities, 2005
  • ' An Interview with Norman MacCaig – 1987', Textualities, 2005
  • ' Jennie Renton interviews the playwright Gregory Burke, writer of Gagarin Way and The Straits', Textualities, 2005

    RENTON, RONALD: 'The Ell-Wand and the Sword: The Historical Fiction of Neil Munro', The Bottle Imp 4, Fall 2008

    'Revisionism in Irish and Scottish Literature: How far can we go?', Gerard Carruthers, in the Higher Education Academy English Subject Centre Newsletter 10, June 2006

    RHIND, NEIL JAMES: 'Working Towards a Better Nation: Innovation and Entrapment in the Fiction of Alasdair Gray', International Review of Scottish Studies 36, 2011
  • 'A Portrait of Bella Caledonia: Reading National Allegory in Alasdair Gray's Poor Things', International Journal of Scottish Literature 8, Autumn/Winter 2011

    RIACH, ALAN: 'It's Laldie Time! Scotland and the Comic Books', The Bottle Imp 5, Spring 2009
  • 'Other than Realism: Magic and Violence in Modern Scottish Fiction and the Recent Work of Wilson Harris', International Journal of Scottish Literature 4, Autumn/Winter 2008
  • 'Was There Ever a 'British' Literature?', available as a free download from the ASLS website.
  • 'What is Scottish Literature?', available as a free download from the ASLS website.
  • 'The Whistler's Story: Tragedy and the Enlightenment Imagination in The Heart of Midlothian', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'Why Study Scottish Literature?', ScotLit 41, 2011

    Richter, Jean Paul
  • ' George MacDonald and Jean Paul: An Introduction', William Webb, North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 14, 1995

    RIDDELL, JOHN: 'Up the Close: The Close Theatre at the Citizens', Glasgow', International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 5-2, 2012

    RIDDY, FELICITY: 'Revisiting the Makars', the First Angus McIntosh Lecture hosted on the Scottish Text Society website, January 2008

    RILEY, PETER: 'W.S. Graham's New Collected Poems: a Review', Jacket Magazine 26, October 2004

    Ritson, Joseph
  • 'Orality's Silence: The Other Ballad Revival', Janet Sorensen, International Journal of Scottish Literature 2, Spring/Summer 2007

    ROBB, DAVID: '"The poor man's friend in need": Baird, Burns and Miller', Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012
  • ''Sing til the warld we loo'd': Alexander Scott's War Poems', ScotLit 35, 2007

    ROBEL, GILLES: '"Idea of a Perfect Commonwealth" ou le réalisme utopique de David Hume', Études Écossaises 11, 2008

    ROBERTSON, FIONA: 'Disfigurement and Disability: Walter Scott's Bodies', 2013, available on the Otranto.co.uk website

    Robertson, James
  • 'L'étrange et le miroir dans The Fanatic de James Robertson', Jean Berton, Études Écossaises 11, 2008
  • 'Joseph Knight: Scotland and the Black Atlantic', Michael Morris, International Journal of Scottish Literature 4, Autumn/Winter 2008
  • 'Slavery, Terrorism, Law, and Justice', James Robertson, The Bottle Imp 14, Fall 2013

    ROBERTSON, JAMES:
  • 'The Blanket of the Dark', The Bottle Imp 18, Fall 2015
  • 'Judge Not Lest Ye Be Judged?', The Bottle Imp 3, Spring 2008
  • 'Scott, Hogg, and Stevenson, and their Influence on Scottish Literature', 2013, published on the ASLS website.
  • 'Slavery, Terrorism, Law, and Justice', The Bottle Imp 14, Fall 2013

    Robertson, Robin
  • 'Robin Robertson's Swithering: a review', Andy Brown, Stride Magazine, December 2005

    Robertson Smith, William
  • ' Robert Louis Stevenson and William Robertson Smith: a Study in Contrast', Gordon Booth, published on the GKB Enterprises website

    ROBINSON, CHRISTINE: 'Back to the Future: The Bruce and Relevance to the 21st Century Reader', The Bottle Imp 4, Fall 2008

    ROBINSON, GEMMA: 'Caribbean-Scottish Passages', International Journal of Scottish Literature 4, Autumn/Winter 2008 (with Carla Sassi)

    RODRÍGUEZ, VERÓNICA: 'Combining the Epic with the Everyday: David Greig's Dunsinane', (with Dilek Inan), International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 5-2, 2012

    Rollock, Hercules
  • 'Hercules Rollock and the Edinburgh Plague of 1585', Karen Jillings, The Bottle Imp 15, Spring 2014

    ROMÁN, GUSTAVO SAN: ' Alan Warner: The Scottish Onetti', The Barcelona Review

    RONCATO, CHRISTOPHE: 'L'atopie ou le processus de désencombrement: une lecture de The Blue Road de Kenneth White', Études Écossaises 11, 2008

    Rowling, J.K.
  • ' 1492, 1942, 1992: The Theme of Race in the Harry Potter Series', Lana Whited, The Looking-Glass, 10/1, 2006
  • ' The Effect of Book-Banning on Child Culture: A Close Look at the Harry Potter Series', Allyson J. Casares, The Looking-Glass, 8/3, 2004
  • 'Expelliarmus!: Retaliation and peaceable outcomes in the Harry Potter series', Janet Iafrate, The Looking-Glass, 13/3, 2009
  • ' Harry Potter and the Inklings: The Christian Meaning of The Chamber of Secrets', John Granger, CSL: The Bulletin of the New York C.S. Lewis Society November/December 2002 (text of paper on The Golden Key website)
  • ' Men in Cloaks and High-Heeled Boots, Men Wielding Pink Umbrellas: Witchy Masculinities in the Harry Potter Novels', Annette Wannamaker, The Looking-Glass, 10/1, 2006
  • 'Oliver Twisted: the origins of Lord Voldemort in the Dickensian orphan', James Washick, The Looking-Glass, 13/3, 2009
  • 'Revealing Discrimination: Social Hierarchy and the Exclusion/Enslavement of the Other in the Harry Potter Novels', Amy M. Green, The Looking-Glass, 13/3, 2009
  • 'The Sorcerer's Stone, Mirror of Erised, and Horcruxes: Choice, Individuality, and Authenticity in Harry Potter', Nichole LeFebvre, The Looking-Glass, 13/3, 2009

    ROY, G. ROSS: 'Some Notes on Scottish Chapbooks', Scottish Literary Journal 1/1, 1974, archived on the Scottish Chapbook Project website

    ROYAN, NICOLA: 'The Poetry of Sir David Lyndsay', ScotLit 22, 2000
  • 'A Question of Truth: Barbour's Bruce, Hary's Wallace and Richard Coer de Lion', International Review of Scottish Studies 34, 2009

    RUSSELL, M.: 'Spikk Proper, Noo! Teaching Dialect in Primary School' (with M. Flaws) published on the Elphinstone Kist website

    Russian Literature
  • 'In Place of Dialectics: Freedom and Contingency in Russian and Scottish Fiction', Laurence Nicoll, International Journal of Scottish Literature 5, Autumn/Winter 2009

    Ryves, Mrs F.
  • 'Mrs F. Ryves', Lisa Vargo, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website
     

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    Saadi, Suhayl
  • '"Ae Thoosand Tongues": Language and Identity in Psychoraag', Katherine Ashley, International Review of Scottish Studies 36, 2011
  • 'Conversations: Suhayl Saadi on Writing, Publishing and Identity', ONE Magazine, March 2010
  • 'Introduction to Bandanna', Suhayl Saadi, The Bottle Imp 3, Spring 2008
  • 'An Outward Looking Land: Suhayl Saadi and Scottish Multicultural Literature', Jonathan Henderson, The Bottle Imp 10, Fall 2011
  • '"Take Care of the Bowels and the Brains Will Take Care of Themselves": Scotland's Doctor-Writers', Tom Hubbard, Études Écossaises 12, 2009
  • 'Voices from Modern Literary Glasgow', Maggie Scott, The Bottle Imp 3, Spring 2008

    SAADI, SUHAYL: 'Gray's Anatomy: a review of Lanark', Hoolet, Autumn 2001 (article archived on Suhayl Saadi's website)
  • 'Infinite Diversity in New Scottish Writing', The Shape of Texts to Come: the writing of a new Scotland, 13-14 May 2000
  • 'Introduction to Bandanna', The Bottle Imp 3, Spring 2008

    SABIRON, CÉLINE: 'Homecoming and Liminality in Walter Scott's Guy Mannering',Études Écossaises 13, 2010
  • 'Le rôle de l'intertexte et du palimpseste dans la création d'une Écosse mythique dans Waverley et Rob Roy de Walter Scott', E-rea (Revue électronique d'études sur le monde anglophone) 7/2, 2010

    Saki - see Munro, Hector Hugh

    SAMPSON, VIRGINIA: 'James Beattie's "The Judgement of Paris": a Neglected Example of Eighteenth Century Philosophical Poetry?', Postgraduate English 12, September 2005

    SANDERSON, STEWART: 'Mad Scotland Hurt You Into Song: the Poetics of a Stateless Nation', Glasgow Review of Books, 25 July 2013

    SASSI, CARLA: 'Caribbean-Scottish Passages', International Journal of Scottish Literature 4, Autumn/Winter 2008 (with Gemma Robinson)
  • 'Caribbean-Scottish Relations: for a Poetics of Memory', The Bottle Imp 10, Fall 2011
  • 'Glocalising Scottish literature: a call for new strategies of reading', The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 1, 2013 and 2014
  • ' Re-Establishing Complexities: Researching and Teaching Scottish Literature Inside/Outside Scotland', International Journal of Scottish Literature 1, Autumn 2006

    SCARPA, SÉBASTIEN: 'Carlyle éducateur: ou l'influence du penseur écossais sur l'œuvre de Swinburne', Études Écossaises 11, 2008

    SCHENKE, ELMAR: 'Antigravity: Matter and the Imagination in George MacDonald and Early Science Fiction', North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 14, 1995

    SCHMID, SABINA: ' George Mackay Brown: European Poet?', Eurozine, April 1999

    SCHMIDT, MICHAEL: 'Burns Singer', Poetry Nation 5, 1975

    SCHMIDT, PETER: 'Walter Scott, Postcolonial Theory, and New South Literature', The Mississippi Quarterly, Fall 2003

    Science Fiction
  • 'Anarchies, States and Utopias: an Interview with Ken MacLeod', Jesse Walker, Reason, November 2000
  • ' Antigravity: Matter and the Imagination in George MacDonald and Early Science Fiction', Elmar Schenke, North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 14, 1995
  • 'As if You Lived in the Near Future of an Undecided Nation', Ken MacLeod, The Bottle Imp 18, Fall 2015
  • 'Between Stark Reality and Far-Fetched Fantasy', Andrew J. Wilson, on the BooksfromScotland.com website
  • 'Computer Error: Voices and Translations in Edwin Morgan's Science Fiction Poetry', Russell Jones, Forum 9, Autumn 2009
  • 'Culture Clash: Ambivalent Heroes and the Ambiguous Utopia in the Work of Iain M. Banks', David Horwich, Strange Horizons, 21 January 2002
  • ' Culture Shock: an Interview with Iain Banks', Andrew J. Wilson, ONE Magazine, 15 February 2008
  • ' David Lindsay: A Scottish Genius', "Booksleuth", Textualities; originally published in the Scottish Book Collector no. 1, 1987
  • 'Future Scotts: The Aliens have Landed', Caroline McCracken-Flesher, The Bottle Imp 16, Fall 2014
  • 'The Future Will Happen Here Too', Ken MacLeod, The Bottle Imp 8, Fall 2010
  • 'Galactic Empires and the Contemporary Extravaganza: Dan Simmons and Iain M. Banks', Christopher Palmer, Science Fiction Studies 77, March 1999
  • ' An Interview with Iain Banks', Andrew Wilson, Textualities, 2005
  • '"It's a Question of Words, Therefore": Becoming-Animal in Michel Faber's Under the Skin', Sarah Dillon, Science Fiction Studies 113, March 2011
  • 'Many Worlds: David Lindsay and alternative realities', Stuart Kelly, The Bottle Imp 8, Fall 2010
  • 'The Milk of Space: Edwin Morgan's science fiction poems', Hamish Whyte, The Bottle Imp 8, Fall 2010
  • 'Poetic Licence - Iain M. Banks' Consider Phlebas and T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land', Gary S. Wilkinson, Vector, January 1999 (available on John Black's blog)
  • 'Reading Double, Writing Double: The Fiction of Iain (M.) Banks', Martyn Colebrook, The Bottle Imp 8, Fall 2010
  • 'Science Fiction', Alan MacGillivray, The Shape of Texts to Come: the writing of a new Scotland, 13-14 May 2000
  • ' Science Fiction and Techno-Gothic Drama: Romantic Playwrights Joanna Baillie and Jane Scott', Marjean D. Purinton, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 21, February 2001
  • 'Scotland as Science Fiction', Caroline McCracken-Flesher, The Bottle Imp 8, Fall 2010
  • 'Scottish science fiction: writing Scottish literature back into history', Gavin Miller, Études Écossaises 12, 2009
  • 'Tomorrow Lies in Ambush: a conversation with Ken MacLeod', ONE Magazine, 27 November 2008
  • 'The Worlds of Iain Banks', Alan MacGillivray, Laverock 2, 1996

    Scot, Elizabeth Rutherford
  • 'Elizabeth Rutherford Scot, 1729-1789', Stephen C. Behrendt, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    'Scotland and America', Susan Manning, The Bottle Imp 1, Spring 2007

    Scotland and the Caribbean
  • '"But in Glasgow, There are Plantains"', Kei Miller, International Journal of Scottish Literature 4, Autumn/Winter 2008
  • 'Caribbean-Scottish Passages', Gemma Robinson and Carla Sassi, International Journal of Scottish Literature 4, Autumn/Winter 2008
  • 'Caribbean-Scottish Relations: for a Poetics of Memory', Carla Sassi, The Bottle Imp 10, Fall 2011
  • '"Ev'ry Heart can Feel": Scottish Poetic Responses to Slavery in the West Indies, from Blair to Burns', Corey E. Andrews, International Journal of Scottish Literature 4, Autumn/Winter 2008
  • 'Extended Families: Mixed-Race Children and the Scottish Experience, 1770-1820', Daniel Livesay, International Journal of Scottish Literature 4, Autumn/Winter 2008
  • 'Joseph Knight: Scotland and the Black Atlantic', Michael Morris, International Journal of Scottish Literature 4, Autumn/Winter 2008
  • 'Mrs Carmichael: A Scotswoman in the West Indies, 1820-1826', Karina Williamson, International Journal of Scottish Literature 4, Autumn/Winter 2008
  • 'Other than Realism: Magic and Violence in Modern Scottish Fiction and the Recent Work of Wilson Harris', Alan Riach, International Journal of Scottish Literature 4, Autumn/Winter 2008
  • '"Negro-driver" or "Illustrious Exile": Revisiting Ilustrious Exile: Journal of my Sojourn in the West Indies', Andrew O. Lindsay, International Journal of Scottish Literature 4, Autumn/Winter 2008
  • 'The Uneasiness Inherent in Culture: A Note on Michael Visocchi's Memorial to the Abolition of the Transatlantic Slave Trade', Murdo Macdonald, International Journal of Scottish Literature 4, Autumn/Winter 2008

    Scotland and Japan
  • 'Appropriating Robert Louis Stevenson: Nakajima Atsushi in Pre-War Japan', Taku Yamamoto, International Journal of Scottish Literature 9, Autumn/Winter 2013 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Scotland and the Pacific
  • 'Appropriating Robert Louis Stevenson: Nakajima Atsushi in Pre-War Japan', Taku Yamamoto, International Journal of Scottish Literature 9, Autumn/Winter 2013 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'The Beach of Falesá and the Colonial Enterprise', Darren Jackson, Limina vol 6, 2000 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Building Friendships: "Civility" and "Savagery" in R. L. Stevenson's The Beach of Falesá and The Ebb-Tide', Anne Maxwell, International Journal of Scottish Literature 9, Autumn/Winter 2013 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Dancing and Romancing: The Obstacle of the Beach and the Threshold of the Past', Jonathan Lamb, International Journal of Scottish Literature 9, Autumn/Winter 2013 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'The Influence of Polynesian Literature and Thought on Robert Louis Stevenson', John Charlot, The Journal of Intercultural Studies 14, 1987, available via John Charlot's website [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Isle of Voices: Scotland in the Indigenous Pacific Literary Imaginary', Michelle Keown, International Journal of Scottish Literature 9, Autumn/Winter 2013 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Reading The Bothie of Toper-na-fuosich in the Bothie of Porirua Road: Thomas Arnold, Arthur Hugh Clough and Literary Emigration', Jane Stafford, International Journal of Scottish Literature 9, Autumn/Winter 2013 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Robert Louis Stevenson's "The Isle of Voices": the stakes of modernity in the late 19th century Pacific', Sylvie Largeaud-Ortega, paper presented at the 2nd Symposium on French Research in the Pacific [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'A Scotsman's Pacific: Shifting Identities in R. L. Stevenson's Postcolonial Fiction', Sylvie Largeaud-Ortéga, International Journal of Scottish Literature 9, Autumn/Winter 2013 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Stevenson's Pacific Transnarratives', Roslyn Jolly, International Journal of Scottish Literature 9, Autumn/Winter 2013 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Unwritable Dwellings/Unsettled Texts: Robert Louis Stevenson's In The South Seas and the Vailima House', David Farrier, International Journal of Scottish Literature 1, Autumn 2006

    'Scotland at the Smithsonian: Beyond the Cultural Cringe?', Deirdre MacMahon, Scottish Affairs 47, Spring 2004

    Scots Language
  • '"Ae Thoosand Tongues": Language and Identity in Psychoraag', Katherine Ashley, International Review of Scottish Studies 36, 2011
  • ' The Baird Letters', Graeme Davis, Journal of Language and Linguistics 1/1, Spring 2002
  • 'The Case for Scots in the 2001 Census', Caroline Macafee, an expanded version of the paper submitted to the Scottish Office in 1995
  • 'Characteristics of Non-Standard Grammar in Scotland', Caroline Macafee
  • 'The Current State of Scots', John Corbett, submitted to a Scottish Executive Committee investigating Scots Language Provision, 2001
  • 'A Dictionary of the Languages of Scottish Travellers', Pauline Cairns Speitel, The Bottle Imp 13, Spring 2013
  • 'Doric Awa in the Mearns', James Michie, published on the Elphinstone Kist website
  • 'Doric Drama', Charles Barron, published on the Elphinstone Kist website
  • 'Doric: far dis it come fae?', Derrick McClure, published on the Elphinstone Kist website
  • 'Doric: fit dis it soun lik?', Derrick McClure, published on the Elphinstone Kist website
  • 'Ear-Rhyme, Eye-Rhyme and Traditional Rhyme: English and Scots in Robert Burns's Brigs of Ayr', Jeremy J Smith, The Glasgow Review, issue 4
  • 'The Etymology and Meanings of Eldritch', Alaric Hall, Scottish Language 26, 2007; available through the White Rose Research Online website
  • ' Gaelic & Scots 1300-1600: Some Place-Name Evidence', W.F.H. Nicolaisen, Gaelic and Scots in Harmony, 30 June-2 July 1988 (486KB - includes graphics)
  • 'Glesca dialeck i the modren warld', Caroline Macafee, Lallans 61, 2002
  • 'Goldoni in Scots', J. Derrick McClure, International Journal of Scottish Literature 7, Autumn/Winter 2010
  • 'In and Out of the Classroom: That's the Way the Doric Goes...', David Northcroft, published on the Elphinstone Kist website
  • ' The Kirk and the Leid', Gordon Booth, published on the GKB Enterprises website
  • ' Klytemnestra's Bairns: Adapting Aeschylus into Scots', Bill Dunlop, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/1, 2000
  • 'Language Issues in Studying Burns for Revised Higher: Bard tae Waur?', John Hodgart, Laverock 3, 1997
  • 'Language Matters', Graeme Trousdale, ScotLit 31, 2004
  • 'Lice, Mice, Bumclocks, Grubs: The Challenge of Regional Language and the Legacy of Robert Burns', Fiona Stafford, International Journal of Scottish Literature 6, Spring/Summer 2010
  • 'Linguistic motivation, dramatic language and Glasgow-inflected Scots in Edwin Morgan's version of Cyrano de Bergerac (1992)', Bill Findlay, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-1, 2011
  • 'Literary Language and Scottish Identity', John Corbett, The Shape of Texts to Come: the writing of a new Scotland, 13-14 May 2000
  • 'Lummie', Jim Alison, Laverock 3, 1997
  • 'Multilingual Poetries Lost and Found', James McGonigal, ScotLit 32, 2005
  • 'Northeast Scots in Fiction', Douglas Young, published on the Elphinstone Kist website
  • 'Power to the singers: Scots, English, politics and policies', Marina Dossena, The Bottle Imp 9, Spring 2011
  • 'Robert Burns the Scottish Bard: Prescriptivism, Poetic Primitivism, and the Status of Scots in the Eighteenth Century', Jennifer R. McDermott, 2007, hosted on Professor Carol Percy's webpages at the University of Toronto
  • 'Rowin back fae wilder shores', Caroline Macafee, talk given to the Scots Language Society 40th Anniversary Collogue, Edinburgh 2012
  • ' Scotland's Languages in Scotland's Parliament', Wilson McLeod, Scottish Affairs 24, Summer 1998
  • 'Scots - a Language for Our Time?', Fiona Douglas, The Bottle Imp 5, Spring 2009
  • 'Scots as a language of European Civilisation', Caroline Macafee, the Second Angus McIntosh Lecture hosted on the Scottish Text Society website, March 2011
  • 'The Scots Continuum and Descriptive Linguistics', Maggie Scott, The Bottle Imp 2, Fall 2007
  • ' The Scots Element in the Gaelic Vocabulary of Domestic Furnishings and Utensils', Ian Quick, Gaelic and Scots in Harmony, 30 June-2 July 1988 (313KB - includes graphics)
  • 'Scots in the 21st Century', Irene McGugan, from a paper delivered at a symposium on Language and Politics, Belfast, August 2001, published on the Elphinstone Kist website
  • 'Scots in the Secondary School', David Johnston, published on the Elphinstone Kist website
  • 'Scots: Practical Approaches', John Corbett, ScotLit 25, 2001
  • 'Scots Language and the Curriculum for Excellence', John Hodgart, given at the Scots Language Society annual Meeting 2011, and hosted on the Scots Language Centre website
  • 'Scots linguistic anecdotes', Caroline Macafee, talk given to the Scottish Society of the Chartered Institute of Linguists, Perth 2012
  • ' Scots and Welsh: Theatrical Translation and Theatrical Languages', Ian Brown, John Ramage and Ceri Sherlock, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/2, 2000
  • 'Scots Wha Hae or Scots Who Have: ambivalence about Scots in adult literacies', Janice Macfarlane, Concept, 3/1, Spring 2012
  • 'A Selected Classified Bibliography of the Scots Language': compiled by Caroline Macafee, maintained by Marina Dossena
  • ' The Significance of Scots and its Accents in Contemporary Scottish Literature, and its reflection in Translation', Aniela Korzeniowska, Literature, 49(5), 2007
  • 'Spikk Proper, Noo! Teaching Dialect in Primary School', M. Russell & M. Flaws, published on the Elphinstone Kist website
  • ' Trainspotting in Montreal: the dramatic version', Martin Bowman, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/1, 2000
  • ' The Use of Obsolete Scots Vocabulary in Modern Scottish Plays', Katja Lenz, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/1, 2000
  • 'Use it or lose it', Matthew Fitt, The Bottle Imp 7, Spring 2010
  • 'Voices from Modern Literary Glasgow', Maggie Scott, The Bottle Imp 3, Spring 2008
  • 'Wankers, Burds, and Skag: Heteroglossia in Trainspotting', Stacey Mankoff, Empty Mirror, January 2013
  • 'When Antiquarians Looked at the Thistle: Late Modern Views of Scotland's Linguistic Heritage', Marina Dossena, The Bottle Imp 4, Fall 2008
  • 'Why Scots in Schools?', Aileen McEwen, published on the Elphinstone Kist website
  • 'A Writer's Manifesto', Carl MacDougall, given at the launch of the Parliamentary Cross-Party Group for Scottish Writing and Publishing, 7 June 2005

    Scots Law - see Law, The

    Scott, Alexander
  • ''Sing til the warld we loo'd': Alexander Scott's War Poems', David Robb, ScotLit 35, 2007

    Scott, Jane
  • ' Science Fiction and Techno-Gothic Drama: Romantic Playwrights Joanna Baillie and Jane Scott', Marjean D. Purinton, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 21, February 2001

    SCOTT, MAGGIE: 'The Scots Continuum and Descriptive Linguistics', The Bottle Imp 2, Fall 2007
  • 'Voices from Modern Literary Glasgow', The Bottle Imp 3, Spring 2008

    SCOTT, PATRICK: 'Robert Burns's First Printer: John Wilson of Kilmarnock. Part 1: The Book Market in Burns's Ayrshire', 2012, hosted on the Electric Scotland website
  • 'Robert Burns's First Printer: John Wilson of Kilmarnock. Part 2: Printing Books for Local Authors', 2012, hosted on the Electric Scotland website

    SCOTT, TOM: 'Henrysoun: The Fables', Tom Scott on Robert Henryson, hosted by the Robert Henryson Society website
  • 'Henrysoun: The Minor Poems', Tom Scott on Robert Henryson, hosted by the Robert Henryson Society website
  • 'Henrysoun: The Narrative Tragedies', Tom Scott on Robert Henryson, hosted by the Robert Henryson Society website

    Scott, Sir Walter
  • 'Authorial Anonymity and Intertextuality: Scott's The Lay of the Last Minstrel, Coleridge, and Keats', Beth Lau, Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014
  • ' Darsie Latimer's "Little Solidity", or the Case for Homosexuality in Scott's Redgauntlet', Rick Incorvati, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 36-37, November 2004-February 2005
  • 'Disfigurement and Disability: Walter Scott's Bodies', Fiona Robertson, 2013, available on the Otranto.co.uk website
  • '"Faith in the Hand of Nature": Physiognomy in Sir Walter Scott's Fiction', Graeme Tytler, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • ' The Fortunes of Perkin Warbeck: Walter Scott in the Writings of Mary Shelley', Lidia Garbin, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 6, May 1997
  • 'Future Scotts: The Aliens have Landed', Caroline McCracken-Flesher, The Bottle Imp 16, Fall 2014
  • 'The Great Uncredited: Sir Walter Scott and Cinema', Tim Dolin, Screening the Past August 2012
  • 'Homecoming and Liminality in Walter Scott's Guy Mannering', Céline Sabiron, Études Écossaises 13, 2010
  • ' Meg Dods – Before the Curtain', Barbara Bell and John Ramage, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/2, 2000
  • 'The peculiar legacies of Walter Scott', John Sutherland, The Times Literary Supplement, 16 May 2012
  • 'Reading Waverley in 2014', Robert Irvine, The Bottle Imp 16, Fall 2014
  • 'Le rôle de l'intertexte et du palimpseste dans la création d'une Écosse mythique dans Waverley et Rob Roy de Walter Scott', Céline Sabiron, E-rea (Revue électronique d'études sur le monde anglophone) 7/2, 2010
  • 'Scott, Hogg, and the Gift-Book Editors: Authorship in the Face of Industrial Production', Richard J. Hill, Romantic Textualities 19, Winter 2009
  • 'Scott, Hogg, and Stevenson, and their Influence on Scottish Literature', James Robertson, 2013, published on the ASLS website.
  • 'Scott's Legacy to Scottish Historical Fiction', Douglas Gifford, The Bottle Imp 16, Fall 2014
  • 'Scott, Opera and the Italian Journey', Douglas Gifford, The Bottle Imp 9, Spring 2011
  • 'Scott and Scots Law', Sarah Winter, The Bottle Imp 14, Fall 2013
  • 'Scott Squashed: Chapbook Versions of The Heart of Mid-Lothian', David Buchanan, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 56, November 2009
  • 'Sir Walter Scott and the drama of history', David Walsh, published on the World Socialist Web Site, 9 July 2014
  • 'Sir Walter Scott and the French Press: Paris 1826', Janette McLeman-Carnie, International Review of Scottish Studies 25, 2000
  • 'Sir Walter Scott, Jews and Saracens, and Other Sundry Subjects', Ibn Warraq, New English Review May 2009
  • 'Sir Walter Scott's Treatment of Jews in Ivanhoe', Ibn Warraq, New English Review July 2009
  • 'The Trouble with Man: Scott, Romance, and World History in the Age of Lamarck', Ian Duncan, published on the Romantic Circles website, September 2011
  • 'Two Hundred Years of Waverley in Australia', Graham Tulloch, The Bottle Imp 16, Fall 2014
  • 'Walter Scott and the "Common" Novel, 1808-1819', Peter Garside, Romantic Textualities 3, September 1999
  • 'Walter Scott and the Matter of Landscape: Ecologies of Violence for our Time', Susan Oliver, The Bottle Imp 16, Fall 2014
  • 'Walter Scott, Postcolonial Theory, and New South Literature', Peter Schmidt, The Mississippi Quarterly, Fall 2003
  • 'Wattie Goes to Hollywood: Scott, Scotland and Film', David Manderson, The Bottle Imp 13, Spring 2013
  • 'Waverley, Adaptation, and the University of Aberdeen Bernard C. Lloyd Collection of Scott Materials', Alison Lumsden, The Bottle Imp 16, Fall 2014
  • 'The Whistler's Story: Tragedy and the Enlightenment Imagination in The Heart of Midlothian', Alan Riach, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • '"Woefully Deficient in Knowledge of Costume and Manners": Scott's English Predecessors', Frauke Reitemeier, Erfurt Electronic Studies in English 11, 2001

    Scottish Diaspora, The
  • 'A New Perspective on the Scottish Diaspora', Leith Davis, The Bottle Imp 5, Spring 2009
  • '"[N]ewspaper like in style, and not worthy of R.L.S.": Robert Louis Stevenson's The Amateur Emigrant', Julia Reid, The Bottle Imp 12, Fall 2012
  • 'Ralph Connor, Hugh MacLennan and Alice Munro - Three Scottish-Canadian Authors', Uwe Zagratzki, International Review of Scottish Studies 23, 1998
  • 'Thomas Pringle and the "Hottentots"', Damian Shaw, The Bottle Imp 10, Fall 2011
  • 'Expanding Horizons: To California with Robert Louis Stevenson', Kenneth Simpson, The Bottle Imp 11, Spring 2012

    Scottish Enlightenment, The
  • '"I just tell the bloody truth, as I see it": James Kelman's A Disaffection, the Enlightenment, Romanticism and Melancholy Knowledge', Aaron Kelly, Études Écossaises 12, 2009
  • ' Northern Lights: How Modern Life Emerged from Eighteenth-Century Edinburgh', David Denby, The New Yorker, 11 October 2004
  • 'The Whistler's Story: Tragedy and the Enlightenment Imagination in The Heart of Midlothian', Alan Riach, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    Scottish Identity
  • '"Ae Thoosand Tongues": Language and Identity in Psychoraag', Katherine Ashley, International Review of Scottish Studies 36, 2011
  • 'Back to the Future: Negotiating Scottish Sites of Memory, 1707/2014', Leith Davis, available as a free download from the ASLS website.
  • 'An Émigré at Home', Bashabi Fraser, The Bottle Imp 10, Fall 2011
  • 'Gaeldom and multi-ethnic Scotland: A long history and a short story', Silke Stroh, The Bottle Imp 10, Fall 2011
  • 'Hugh MacDiarmid and Scottish Identity', Scott Lyall, International Review of Scottish Studies 29, 2004
  • 'Infinite Diversity in New Scottish Writing', Suhayl Saadi, The Shape of Texts to Come: the writing of a new Scotland, 13-14 May 2000
  • 'Literary Language and Scottish Identity', John Corbett, The Shape of Texts to Come: the writing of a new Scotland, 13-14 May 2000
  • 'Mad Scotland Hurt You Into Song: the Poetics of a Stateless Nation', Stewart Sanderson, Glasgow Review of Books, 25 July 2013
  • 'The New Britons: Scottish Identity in the 18th and 19th Centuries', Chris Gibbs, published on the Napoleon Series website
  • 'An Outward Looking Land: Suhayl Saadi and Scottish Multicultural Literature', Jonathan Henderson, The Bottle Imp 10, Fall 2011
  • '"Quham dowis thow Scot?" Scottish Identity in Blind Hary's Wallace', Stefan Thomas Hall, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'The Representation of Manifold Identities in Post-war Scottish Theatre', Ian Brown, a paper presented at ESSE 2012, published on the ASLS website.
  • 'Scottishness in the Tartan Army', Joseph M Bradley, The Bottle Imp 10, Fall 2011
  • 'Take Your Flag and Shove It! Nationalistic Humor in Fergusson and Burns', Steven R. McKenna, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'Was There Ever a 'British' Literature?', Alan Riach, available as a free download from the ASLS website.

    Scottish Independence
  • 'Back to the Future: Negotiating Scottish Sites of Memory, 1707/2014', Leith Davis, available as a free download from the ASLS website.
  • 'Glocalising Scottish literature: a call for new strategies of reading', Carla Sassi, The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 1, 2013 and 2014
  • 'Green Scotland: Literature and the Seeds of Independence', Susan Oliver, The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 1, 2013 and 2014
  • 'History's Mandate: Alasdair Gray and the Art of Independence', Willy Maley, The Glasgow Review, issue 3
  • 'How Scottish Theatre Predicted The Referendum', Alan Bissett, Bella Caledonia, 2 April 2015
  • 'Independence for Whom? or What? Scottish Literature and the Inhuman', Matthew Wickman, The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 1, 2013 and 2014
  • 'Independent Thinking: Scotland's Inscription of Separation: Response', Caroline McCracken-Flesher, The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 1, 2013 and 2014
  • 'Mad Scotland Hurt You Into Song: the Poetics of a Stateless Nation', Stewart Sanderson, Glasgow Review of Books, 25 July 2013
  • 'Scottish Literature, Devolution, and the Fetish of Representation', Scott Hames, The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 1, 2013 and 2014

    Scottish Literature in Education
  • 'Edwin Morgan Poems, National 5', James McGonigal, 2015, published on the ASLS website.
  • 'The Jewel on the Doorstep: The Place of Scottish Literature in Schools', Alan MacGillivray, 2009, published on the ASLS website.
  • 'Scott, Hogg, and Stevenson, and their Influence on Scottish Literature', James Robertson, 2013, published on the ASLS website.
  • 'What is Scottish Literature?', Alan Riach, available as a free download from the ASLS website.
  • 'Why Study Scottish Literature?', Alan Riach, ScotLit 41, 2011

    Scottish Literature: Historical
  • '1000 Years of Scottish Literature: 1400', Derrick McClure, 1000 Years of Scottish Literature, 18 November 2000
  • '1000 Years of Scottish Literature: 1600', Ronald D.S. Jack, 1000 Years of Scottish Literature, 18 November 2000
  • '1000 Years of Scottish Literature: 1800', Tom Hubbard, 1000 Years of Scottish Literature, 18 November 2000
  • 'Writing in Burns's Shadow: The Great Unknowns of Nineteenth-Century Scottish Labouring-Class Verse', Corey E. Andrews, The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 2, 2015

    Scottish Literature in the Media
  • 'Not Scotch But Rum: The Scope and Diffusion of the Scottish Presence in the Published Record', Brian Lavoie, an OCLC Research Report published on the OCLC website, 2013
  • 'Occasional Paper: Now That's What I Call a Scottish Canon!', Stefanie Preuss, International Journal of Scottish Literature 8, Autumn/Winter 2011
  • 'The Public Image: Scottish Literature in the Media', Andrew Crumey, published in The Edinburgh Companion to Contemporary Scottish Literature, ed. Berthold Schoene (Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 2007)

    Scottish Renaissance, The (20th-century)
  • 'Continuing the Renaissance: Little Magazines and a Late Phase of Scottish Modernism in the 1940s', Margery Palmer McCulloch, Études Écossaises 15, 2012
  • 'From Croft to Campus: Extra-Marital Pregnancy and the Scottish Literary Renaissance', Charlotte Fairlie, Genders 47, 2008
  • 'Manifestos at Dawn: Nation, City and Self in Patrick Geddes and William Sharp's Evergreen', Julian Hanna, International Journal of Scottish Literature 8, Autumn/Winter 2011
  • 'Music, Above All: a Response to the Essay by Jon Corelis', Iain Crichton Smith, Eurozine, April 1999
  • 'Tails o the Comet? MacLean, Hay, Young and MacDiarmid's Renaissance', Michel Byrne, ScotLit 26, 2002

    Scottish Romanticism
  • 'Scottish Romanticism, World Literature', Ian Duncan, The Bottle Imp 2, Fall 2007

    SCRIVEN, ANNE: '"Oh this terrible, fatal, miserable Rome!": The unhappy wanderings of Margaret Oliphant', The Bottle Imp 11, Spring 2012

    SCROGGINS, MARK: 'The Piety of Terror: Ian Hamilton Finlay, the Modernist Fragment, and the Neo-classical Sublime', Jacket Magazine 15, December 2001

    Second World War
  • '"Committed and Confessional": Sorley MacLean's Poetry of World War Two', Richie McCaffery, e-Sharp 20, Spring 2013
  • '"Hay saw Bizerta burn ...": Scottish Poetry in North Africa during World War Two', Richie McCaffery, al.arte.magazine, 3 February 2015
  • 'In the Midst of Our Human Civil War: Hamish Henderson's War Poetry and Soldier's Songs', Corey Gibson, Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014
  • 'Mad Scotland Hurt You Into Song: the Poetics of a Stateless Nation', Stewart Sanderson, Glasgow Review of Books, 25 July 2013
  • ''Sing til the warld we loo'd': Alexander Scott's War Poems', David Robb, ScotLit 35, 2007

    SELF, WILL: 'An Introduction to Alasdair Gray: Critical Introductions and a Bibliography', on the official Will Self website (originally published in the British Library edition of Essays on Alasdair Gray, edited by Phil Moores)

    SELLIN, BERNARD: 'Exile and Expatriates in Robin Jenkins' Novels', Études Écossaises 13, 2010

    Sempill, Robert
  • ' "The Legend of the Bischop of St Androis Lyfe" and the Survival of Scottish Poetry', David J Parkinson, Early Modern Literary Studies 9/1, May 2003

    SEVERIN, LAURA:
  • 'An Interview with Valerie Gillies', Free Verse 15, Winter 2008

    SHARP, N. C. CRAIG: 'Robert Burns's Missing Weekend, Hogmanay 1786', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    Sharp, William
  • 'Manifestos at Dawn: Nation, City and Self in Patrick Geddes and William Sharp's Evergreen', Julian Hanna, International Journal of Scottish Literature 8, Autumn/Winter 2011
  • 'Ossian, Sonority and the Celtic Twilight in Geddes' Circle', Norman Shaw, Journal of Generalism and Civics VI, August 2005

    SHAW, DAMIAN: 'Thomas Pringle and the "Hottentots"', The Bottle Imp 10, Fall 2011

    SHAW, NORMAN: 'Ossian, Sonority and the Celtic Twilight in Geddes' Circle', Journal of Generalism and Civics VI, August 2005

    Shelley, Mary
  • ' The Fortunes of Perkin Warbeck: Walter Scott in the Writings of Mary Shelley', Lidia Garbin, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 6, May 1997

    Shelley, Percy Bysshe
  • ' "Shelley Himself in Petticoats": Joanna Baillie's Orra and Non-Violent Masculinity as Remorse in The Cenci', Stephen Hancock, Romanticism on the Net 31, August 2003

    SHERLOCK, CERI: 'Scots and Welsh: Theatrical Translation and Theatrical Languages' (with Ian Brown and John Ramage), International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/2, 2000

    Shetland
  • '"Shetland" and the Intriguing Disappearance of the North-Boat', Jen Hadfield, The Bottle Imp 13, Spring 2013
  • 'Song in Shetland: a personal perspective', Anne Sinclair, The Bottle Imp 9, Spring 2011

    SHEVLINN, ALEXANDER: 'Iain Crichton Smith', on the Simply Scottish website
  • 'The Poetry of Meg Bateman', on the Simply Scottish website

    SHIELDS, JULIET: 'Scottish Studies after Area Studies', The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 1, 2013 and 2014
  • 'The Unknown and the Unknowns: Naturalism in Scottish Domestic Fiction', The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 2, 2015

    SHIREY, RYAN D.: 'A Shrinking Highlands: Neil Gunn, Nationalism and the "World Republic of Letters"', International Journal of Scottish Literature 3, Autumn/Winter 2007

    SIMARD, JEAN-PIERRE:
  • 'Populaire, politique et poétique: Réévaluer la réputation du théâtre écossais', Études Écossaises 10, 2005

    Simmons, Dan
  • 'Galactic Empires and the Contemporary Extravaganza: Dan Simmons and Iain M. Banks', Christopher Palmer, Science Fiction Studies 77, March 1999

    SIMPSON, KENNETH: '"Epistolary Performances": Burns and the arts of the letter', Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012
  • 'Expanding Horizons: To California with Robert Louis Stevenson', The Bottle Imp 11, Spring 2012

    SINCLAIR, ANNE: 'Song in Shetland: a personal perspective', The Bottle Imp 9, Spring 2011

    'Sing Us One of the Old Songs - Why Teach Ballads?', Elaine Petrie, Laverock 3, 1997

    Singer, Burns (James Hyman Singer)
  • 'Burns Singer', Michael Schmidt, Poetry Nation 5, 1975

    Singh, Sadhu Surdar
  • 'Links in a Golden Chain: C.S. Lewis, George MacDonald and Sadhu Sundar Singh', Kathryn Lindskoog, Lewis Legacy 69, Summer 1996 (text of paper on The George MacDonald website)

    SKOBLOW, JEFFREY: 'Two Talks on Burns', International Journal of Scottish Literature 6, Spring/Summer 2010

    SLAGLE, JUDITH BAILEY: 'Joanna Baillie: Synthesis of Romanticism, Nationalism, and Feminism', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    SMALL, MIKE: 'From Porridge to Pelf: Young Adam and the Mysterious Scottish Film Industry', Variant 18, Autumn 2003

    Smith, Adam
  • '(Invisible) Hand Over Fist: On the Development and Legacy of Adam Smith's Famous Phrase', Evan Gottlieb, The Bottle Imp 13, Spring 2013
  • 'Plain Style, or the High Fashion of Empire: Colonialism, Resistance and Assimilation in Adam Smith's Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres', Lori Branch, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    Smith, Ali
  • 'The Banal Daily Drudge: Telling Stories in Scotland', John McKay, e-Sharp 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • '"What a story it could be": Identity and Narrative Strategy in Ali Smith's Like', James Bailey, Forum 11, Autumn 2010

    Smith, Donald
  • 'The English Spy and Other Factions', Donald Smith, The Bottle Imp 18, Fall 2015

    SMITH, DONALD: 'The English Spy and Other Factions', The Bottle Imp 18, Fall 2015

    Smith, Iain Crichton - see Crichton Smith, Iain

    SMITH, JEREMY J.: 'Ear-Rhyme, Eye-Rhyme and Traditional Rhyme: English and Scots in Robert Burns's Brigs of Ayr', The Glasgow Review, issue 4

    SMITH, LAURIE: '"Our Stoic Comedian": a review of The Book of Love by Roddy Lumsden', Magma 17, Spring 2000

    Smith, William Robertson - see Robertson Smith, William

    Smollett, Tobias
  • 'The Scenic Route to Humphry Clinker: Smollett's Travels Through France and Italy', Ronnie Young, The Bottle Imp 11, Spring 2012
  • ' Tobias Smollett Consults a French Physician in 1763', J.M. Forrester, Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine vol. 92(5), May 1999

    SNEDDON, ANDREW J.:
  • '"We will beat the landlords and the scenic sentimentalists": Neil M. Gunn and Landscape Discourse in the "Hydro" Debates', International Journal of Scottish Literature 5, Autumn/Winter 2009

    SOFA, FERNANDO J.: 'The Two-World Consciousness of North Wind: Unity and Dichotomy in MacDonald's Fairy Tale', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    ' Some Notes on Scottish Chapbooks', G. Ross Roy, Scottish Literary Journal 1/1, 1974, archived on the Scottish Chapbook Project website

    Song
  • 'a.k.a. Thurso Berwick: Doon Amang the Eskimos', Gordon McCulloch, The Bottle Imp 9, Spring 2011
  • 'Gender, Genre and the Imagining of the Scottish Nation: the Songs of Lady Nairne', Leith Davis, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website
  • 'Poet and Lyricist Anne Hunter: More than "Haydn's Muse"', Joy M. Currie, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website
  • 'Posing as the ultimate Scottish Songster: James Hogg's Songs by the Ettrick Shepherd or Hogg GOLD!', Kirsteen McCue, The Bottle Imp 9, Spring 2011
  • 'Power to the singers: Scots, English, politics and policies', Marina Dossena, The Bottle Imp 9, Spring 2011
  • 'Scott, Opera and the Italian Journey', Douglas Gifford, The Bottle Imp 9, Spring 2011
  • 'Song in Shetland: a personal perspective', Anne Sinclair, The Bottle Imp 9, Spring 2011

    SORENSEN, JANET: 'Orality's Silence: The Other Ballad Revival', International Journal of Scottish Literature 2, Spring/Summer 2007

    SOTO, FERNANDO: 'Chthonic Aspects of MacDonald's Phantastes: From the Rising of the Goddess to the Anodos of Anodos', North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 19, 2000

    SOUBIGOU, GILLES: 'The Reception of Robert Burns' poems in French Art', International Journal of Scottish Literature 6, Spring/Summer 2010

    Soutar, William
  • ' William Soutar: A Poet Who Outlived His Fame', Brian Strand, Amaze: the Cinquain Journal 4/1, Winter 2006

    Spark, Muriel
  • 'Facilitating the Facile', Tony McKibben, on the author's website
  • ' Inflamed by Sparks', Eric Dickson, Textualities, 2005
  • 'Prime Scene Investigation: Muriel Spark's Grave Humour', Willy Maley, text of a lecture given at the Aye Write! festival, March 2009

    SPEITEL, PAULINE CAIRNS: 'A Dictionary of the Languages of Scottish Travellers', The Bottle Imp 13, Spring 2013

    Spence, Elizabeth Isabella
  • 'The Travels of Elizabeth Isabella Spence', Pam Perkins, The Bottle Imp 11, Spring 2012

    SPENCE, ROB: ' George Mackay Brown', published on the George Mackay Brown website

    Sport
  • 'Scottishness in the Tartan Army', Joseph M Bradley, The Bottle Imp 10, Fall 2011

    Spy fiction
  • 'The Blanket of the Dark', James Robertson, The Bottle Imp 18, Fall 2015
  • 'The English Spy and Other Factions', Donald Smith, The Bottle Imp 18, Fall 2015
  • 'Scotland and the Spy Story', Penny Fielding, The Bottle Imp 18, Fall 2015

    STACHURA, MICHAEL: 'Making it New: Imagism and George Mackay Brown's Runic Poetry', International Journal of Scottish Literature 8, Autumn/Winter 2011

    STAFFORD, FIONA: 'Lice, Mice, Bumclocks, Grubs: The Challenge of Regional Language and the Legacy of Robert Burns', International Journal of Scottish Literature 6, Spring/Summer 2010

    STAFFORD, JANE:
  • 'Reading The Bothie of Toper-na-fuosich in the Bothie of Porirua Road: Thomas Arnold, Arthur Hugh Clough and Literary Emigration', International Journal of Scottish Literature 9, Autumn/Winter 2013 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    STAMMERS, JOHN: '"Carved on the Page": John Stammers Interviews Alison Fell', Magma 11, Winter 1997

    STAUFFER, ANDREW M.: 'Burns's Other Poem for Jean The "Blue-Eyed Lassie"', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    STEFANS, BRIAN KIM: 'On Ian Hamilton Finlay', Jacket Magazine 15, December 2001

    STEPHEN, DAN: 'Talking to Tom Leonard', Variant 5, Spring 1998

    Steven, Kenneth C
  • 'A Lark, Singing for the Love of the Land – Zöe King Talks to Kenneth C Steven', Zöe King, on the author's website, 2002
  • 'Esquisse d'un paysage ontologique dans A Highland Trilogy de Kenneth Steven', Jean Berton, Études Écossaises 10, 2005

    STEVENSON, JANE: ' Altus Prosator', Celtica vol 23, 1999 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Ficino in Aberdeen: The Continuing Problem of the Scottish Renaissance', (with Peter Davidson), Journal of the Northern Renaissance 1, March 2009

    STEVENSON, RANDALL: ' Border Warranty: John McGrath and Scotland', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/2, 2002
  • 'Home International: the Compass of Scottish Theatre Criticism', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 2/2, 2001

    Stevenson, Robert Louis
  • 'Appropriating Robert Louis Stevenson: Nakajima Atsushi in Pre-War Japan', Taku Yamamoto, International Journal of Scottish Literature 9, Autumn/Winter 2013 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'The Beach of Falesá and the Colonial Enterprise', Darren Jackson, Limina vol 6, 2000 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Building Friendships: "Civility" and "Savagery" in R. L. Stevenson's The Beach of Falesá and The Ebb-Tide', Anne Maxwell, International Journal of Scottish Literature 9, Autumn/Winter 2013 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Contes des Mers du Sud de Robert Louis Stevenson: une approche littéraire et anthropologique', Sylvie Largeaud-Ortega, Loxias 25, June 2009
  • 'Cross-Channel Stevenson: David Balfour and the Problem of Scottish Return', Caroline McCracken-Flesher, International Journal of Scottish Literature 2, Spring/Summer 2007
  • 'The Dark Threads of Tartan Noir', Carole E. Barrowman, originally published in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, June 24, 2004, available on Carole Barrowman's website
  • ' The Double Life of Robert Louis Stevenson', Margot Livesey, The Atlantic, November 1994
  • 'Expanding Horizons: To California with Robert Louis Stevenson', Kenneth Simpson, The Bottle Imp 11, Spring 2012
  • 'Frontier Creatures: The Imaginary Characters of Weir of Hermiston', Antony Hasler, International Journal of Scottish Literature 2, Spring/Summer 2007
  • 'Gothic fiction in the Victorian fin de siècle: mutating bodies and disturbed minds', Greg Buzwell, on the British Library's Romantics and Victorians website
  • 'In His Hot Head: a review of Robert Louis Stevenson: a biography by Claire Harman', Andrew O'Hagan, London Review of Books, vol. 27 no. 4, 17 February 2005
  • 'Isle of Voices: Scotland in the Indigenous Pacific Literary Imaginary', Michelle Keown, International Journal of Scottish Literature 9, Autumn/Winter 2013 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'The Influence of Polynesian Literature and Thought on Robert Louis Stevenson', John Charlot, The Journal of Intercultural Studies 14, 1987, available via John Charlot's website [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Jekyll and Hyde: The Psychology of Dissociation', Nancy Gish, International Journal of Scottish Literature 2, Spring/Summer 2007
  • ' Lived In Books', Robert Louis Abrahamson, Textualities, 2005
  • '"Man is not truly one, but truly two": duality in Robert Louis Stevenson's Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde', Greg Buzwell, on the British Library's Romantics and Victorians website
  • 'Motion and Agency in Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island', Christy Di Frances, e-Sharp 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • ' Much Ado about Handwriting: Countersigning with the Other Hand in Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde', Jodey Castricano, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 44, November 2006
  • 'The New Edinburgh Edition of the Collected Works of Robert Louis Stevenson', Penny Fielding, The Bottle Imp 12, Fall 2012
  • '"[N]ewspaper like in style, and not worthy of R.L.S.": Robert Louis Stevenson's The Amateur Emigrant', Julia Reid, The Bottle Imp 12, Fall 2012
  • 'Press-ganging Scottish Literature? Kidnapped and the City of Literature's One Book, One Edinburgh Project', John Corbett, International Journal of Scottish Literature 2, Spring/Summer 2007
  • 'Robert Louis Stevenson: A Major Minor Poet?', David Fergus, Textualities, 2006
  • ' Robert Louis Stevenson and William Robertson Smith: a Study in Contrast', Gordon Booth, published on the GKB Enterprises website
  • 'Robert Louis Stevenson on film', Graham Fuller, Sight & Sound, January 2009; available on the In a Lonely Place website
  • 'Robert Louis Stevenson's "The Isle of Voices": the stakes of modernity in the late 19th century Pacific', Sylvie Largeaud-Ortega, paper presented at the 2nd Symposium on French Research in the Pacific [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'A Scotsman's Pacific: Shifting Identities in R. L. Stevenson's Postcolonial Fiction', Sylvie Largeaud-Ortéga, International Journal of Scottish Literature 9, Autumn/Winter 2013 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Scott, Hogg, and Stevenson, and their Influence on Scottish Literature', James Robertson, 2013, published on the ASLS website.
  • 'The Sedulous Ape: Atavism, Professionalism and Stevenson's Jekyll and Hyde', Stephen D. Arata, Criticism, Spring 1995
  • ' Stevenson, Aristotele e la poetica delle circostanze', Vincenzo Fano, Isonomia, September 2005 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Stevenson, Benjamin, and the Decay of Experience', Matthew Wickman, International Journal of Scottish Literature 2, Spring/Summer 2007
  • 'Stevenson's Careful Observances', Stephen Arata, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 47, August 2007
  • 'Stevenson on Style', Barry Menikoff, The Bottle Imp 12, Fall 2012
  • 'Stevenson's Pacific Transnarratives', Roslyn Jolly, International Journal of Scottish Literature 9, Autumn/Winter 2013 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Stevenson's Shifting Viewpoint', Richard Dury, The Bottle Imp 12, Fall 2012
  • 'A Teller of Tales: Further Thoughts on Robert Louis Stevenson's Kidnapped', Christopher MacLachlan, ScotLit 38/39, Spring 2010
  • '"Tempered in the flames of hell": an examination of Robert Louis Stevenson's The Bottle Imp', Helen Grant, published on the author's website
  • 'Tempting the Angels: "Olalla" as Gothic Vampire Narrative', David Melville, The Bottle Imp 12, Fall 2012
  • ' "that damned old business of the war in the members": The Discourse of (In)Temperance in Robert Louis Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde', Lisa Butler, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 44, November 2006
  • 'A Time of Terror: England's Social Condition in the Late 19th Century and the Rise of the Novel of Terror ', Chris Kirkland, Gateway, Summer 2001
  • '"To exult and sing out": Stevenson's Song and the Song of a Divergent Scotland: Ronald Frame's The Lantern Bearers', Benjamine Toussaint, Études Écossaises 15, 2012
  • ' "Tra la prosa di Stevenson, il vento e l'acqua": Conversazione con Alessandro Ceni', Doriano Fasoli, published on the Riflessioni.it website, June 2005
  • 'Tusitala and his Polish Reader', Carlo Ginzburg, Raritan 18/3, Winter 1999
  • 'Unwritable Dwellings/Unsettled Texts: Robert Louis Stevenson's In The South Seas and the Vailima House', David Farrier, International Journal of Scottish Literature 1, Autumn 2006
  • 'The Unco Tales of Robert Louis Stevenson in German Translation', Beatrix Hesse, International Journal of Scottish Literature 7, Autumn/Winter 2010
  • 'Les Utopies adolescentes de Robert Louis Stevenson', Cyril Besson, Études Écossaises 11, 2008
  • 'We're All Henry Jekyll's Bairns: Robert Louis Stevenson's Enduring Influence on Scottish Literature', Alistair Braidwood, The Bottle Imp 12, Fall 2012
  • 'WJ and Robert Louis Stevenson: the Importance of Emotion', Jack M Barbalet, Streams of William James 3/3, 2001 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'Working for the Empire: Professions of Masculinity in H. G. Wells's The Time Machine and R. L. Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde', Theresa Jamieson, Victorian Network 1/1, Summer 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • '"You want some action for this dollar?": Gambling for the Plot in Pursued and The Master of Ballantrae', Roslyn Jolly, Sydney Studies in English 34, 2008 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Stewart, Mary
  • ' An Interview with Mary Stewart', Raymond H. Thompson, on the Interviews with Authors of Modern Arthurian Literature website

    STEWART, RALPH: 'The Poems of Richard Maitland', International Review of Scottish Studies 23, 1998

    Stoker, Bram
  • 'Gothic fiction in the Victorian fin de siècle: mutating bodies and disturbed minds', Greg Buzwell, on the British Library's Romantics and Victorians website

    STRACHAN, ZOE: ' Queerspotting: Homosexuality in Contemporary Scottish Fiction', Spike Magazine, May, 1999

    STRAND, BRIAN: ' William Soutar: A Poet Who Outlived His Fame', Amaze: the Cinquain Journal 4/1, Winter 2006

    STROH, SILKE: 'Gaeldom and multi-ethnic Scotland: A long history and a short story', The Bottle Imp 10, Fall 2011

    Stuart, Mary, Queen - see Mary, Queen of Scots

    'The Study of Scottish Literature', Ian Duncan, ScotLit 28, 2003

    Struthers, John
  • 'Writing in Burns's Shadow: The Great Unknowns of Nineteenth-Century Scottish Labouring-Class Verse', Corey E. Andrews, The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 2, 2015

    SULLIVAN, DICK: '"Poison Mixed With Gall": James Thomson's The City of Dreadful Night – A Personal View', published on The Victorian Web

    SUTHERLAND, JOHN: 'The peculiar legacies of Walter Scott', The Times Literary Supplement, 16 May 2012

    SWEENEY-TURNER, STEVE: 'The Pastoral Celt: Images of the Gàidheal in Lowland Scots Song', Celtic Cultural Studies, 1999

    Swinburne, Algernon Charles
  • 'Carlyle éducateur: ou l'influence du penseur écossais sur l'œuvre de Swinburne', Sébastien Scarpa, Études Écossaises 11, 2008
     

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    Tam Lin
  • ' An Earthly Knight and Fire and Hemlock: Two "Tam Lin" Retellings', Kallie George, The Looking-Glass, 11/1, 2007
  • ' Transformations of "Tam Lin": An Analysis of Folk-Tale Picture Books', Ginger Mullen, The Looking-Glass, 8/3, 2004

    TANGE, HANNE: 'Grassic Gibbon's Art of Community: A Scots Quair and the Condition of Scotland', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    Tannahill, Robert
  • 'Writing in Burns's Shadow: The Great Unknowns of Nineteenth-Century Scottish Labouring-Class Verse', Corey E. Andrews, The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 2, 2015

    TAXIDOU, OLGA: 'Three One-Woman Epics: The Political Performer', International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/2, 2002

    TAYLOR, LAUREL: ' Comparison as the Gesture Between Them: John Burnside and Jorie Graham', Postgraduate English 2, September 2000

    Television - see Drama

    'Thanks Courteous Wall', Jim Alison, ScotLit 33, 2005

    Theory
  • 'Brief Encounters, Long Farewells: Bakhtin and Scottish Literature', Alastair Renfrew, International Journal of Scottish Literature 1, Autumn 2006
  • 'Bye-Bye Bakhtin', Peter McCarey, International Journal of Scottish Literature 2, Spring/Summer 2007
  • 'The Debt to Theory', Christopher Whyte, International Journal of Scottish Literature 3, Autumn/Winter 2007
  • 'Scotland as Theory: Otherness and Instantiation from Mackenzie to the Last Minstrel', Caroline McCracken-Flesher, International Journal of Scottish Literature 3, Autumn/Winter 2007
  • 'Scotland - the Event: or, Theory after Muir', Matthew Wickman, International Journal of Scottish Literature 3, Autumn/Winter 2007
  • 'Theory and Scottish Exceptionalism', Editorial, International Journal of Scottish Literature 3, Autumn/Winter 2007

    THOMAS, RUTH: 'An Interview with Janice Galloway – 1989', Textualities, 2006

    Thompson, Alice
  • 'Real Gorgons or Fantastic Chimeras? Re-shaping Myth and Tradition in Alice Thompson's Justine', Monica Germanà, e-Sharp, Autumn 2003

    THOMSON, ALEX: 'You Can't Get There From Here: Devolution and Scottish Literary History', International Journal of Scottish Literature 3, Autumn/Winter 2007

    Thomson, Derick
  • 'Three Interviews - Three Views', Marco Fazzini, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    THOMSON, DERICK S.: ' Mac Mhaighstir Alasdair's Nature Poetry and its Sources', Gaelic and Scots in Harmony, 30 June-2 July 1988

    Thomson, James
  • 'Le paradigme newtonien et les soubresauts du vivant dans The Seasons de James Thomson', Pierre Carboni, Études Écossaises 12, 2009
  • '"Poison Mixed With Gall": James Thomson's The City of Dreadful Night – A Personal View', Dick Sullivan, published on The Victorian Web

    THOMPSON, RAYMOND H.: 'An Interview with Mary Stewart', on the Interviews with Authors of Modern Arthurian Literature website
  • ' An Interview with Naomi Mitchison', on the Interviews with Authors of Modern Arthurian Literature website

    THORNTON, VALERIE: 'Workshop Writing and Beyond', The Shape of Texts to Come: the writing of a new Scotland, 13-14 May 2000

    THWAITE, ANTHONY: 'Discovering Dunn', The Dark Horse 29, Autumn/Winter 2012 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    TICHY, SUSAN: 'An Introduction to Scottish Poetry', on her Resources for Students website

    TOLMIE, SARAH: 'Sacrilege, Sacrifice and John Barbour's Bruce', International Review of Scottish Studies 32, 2007

    TORDOFF, SUE: 'George Mackay Brown: a Hero's Journey', published on the George Mackay Brown website
    TOUSSAINT, BENJAMINE: '"To exult and sing out": Stevenson's Song and the Song of a Divergent Scotland: Ronald Frame's The Lantern Bearers', Études Écossaises 15, 2012

    Translation
  • 'Gaelic Translations of Burns', J. Derrick McClure, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'Goldoni in Scots', J. Derrick McClure, International Journal of Scottish Literature 7, Autumn/Winter 2010
  • 'Iain Banks in French: Translating “The Foreigner Within”', Olivier Demissy-Cazeilles, International Journal of Scottish Literature 7, Autumn/Winter 2010
  • 'James Kelman: A Resistance to Transfer', Aniela Korzeniowska, International Journal of Scottish Literature 7, Autumn/Winter 2010
  • 'Linguistic motivation, dramatic language and Glasgow-inflected Scots in Edwin Morgan's version of Cyrano de Bergerac (1992)', Bill Findlay, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-1, 2011
  • 'Nation and Translation: Margaret Turner Re(-)covers Ramsay's Gentle Shepherd', Leith Davis, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website
  • 'Spanish translation of "Interferences"', Jessica Aliaga-Lavrijsen, Cartaphilus 4, 2008.
  • 'Spanish translation of "One Atom to Another"', Jessica Aliaga-Lavrijsen, Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses 23, 2010. Available via the Institutional Repository of the University of Alicante
  • 'Totalitarianism, Martyrdom and Social Resistance: Sarah Woods' Antigone', Alison Burke, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 2/1, 2001
  • ' Trainspotting in Montreal: the dramatic version', Martin Bowman, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/1, 2000
  • 'On Translating Burns: A Heavenly Paradise and Two Versions of "A Red, Red, Rose"', Marco Fazzini, Robert Burns and Friends: Essays by W. Ormiston Roy Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy, edited by Patrick Scott and Kenneth Simpson: University of South Carolina Scottish Literature Series, 2012
  • 'Translating Scottish Literary Texts: A Linguistic Clover-Leaf', Jean Berton, International Journal of Scottish Literature 7, Autumn/Winter 2010
  • 'The Unco Tales of Robert Louis Stevenson in German Translation', Beatrix Hesse, International Journal of Scottish Literature 7, Autumn/Winter 2010

    Travellers
  • 'A Dictionary of the Languages of Scottish Travellers', Pauline Cairns Speitel, The Bottle Imp 13, Spring 2013

    TREXLER, BOB: ' George MacDonald and the "Light Princess"', CSL: The Bulletin of the New York C.S. Lewis Society 30/3-4, March-April 1999 (text of paper on The George MacDonald website)

    Trocci, Alexander
  • ' From Porridge to Pelf: Young Adam and the Mysterious Scottish Film Industry', Mike Small, Variant 18, Autumn 2003

    TROTT, NICOLA Z.: ' North of the Border: Cultural Crossing in the Noctes Ambrosianae', Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 20, November 2000

    TROUSDALE, GRAEME: 'Language Matters', ScotLit 31, 2004
  • 'Why Everybody Needs Smeddum', The Bottle Imp 1, Spring 2007

    TULLOCH, GRAHAM: 'Two Hundred Years of Waverley in Australia', The Bottle Imp 16, Fall 2014

    Turnbull, Gael
  • ' Gael Turnbull's For Whose Delight', Peter Manson, on the Freebase Accordion website
  • ' On Gael Turnbull', Laurie Duggan, Jacket Magazine 25, February 2004
  • '"Take Care of the Bowels and the Brains Will Take Care of Themselves": Scotland's Doctor-Writers', Tom Hubbard, Études Écossaises 12, 2009

    Turner, Margaret
  • 'Nation and Translation: Margaret Turner Re(-)covers Ramsay's Gentle Shepherd', Leith Davis, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    Twain, Mark
  • 'Mark Twain and George MacDonald: the Salty and the Sweet', Kathryn Lindskoog, The Mark Twain Journal 30/2, 1992 (text of paper on The George MacDonald website)

    TYTLER, GRAEME: '"Faith in the Hand of Nature": Physiognomy in Sir Walter Scott's Fiction', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
     

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    Union, Act of
  • 'Back to the Future: Negotiating Scottish Sites of Memory, 1707/2014', Leith Davis, available as a free download from the ASLS website.

    Ure, Joan
  • ' "Is it not possible to have a Poem made out of Theatre?" — an assessment of the dramas and dramaturgy of Joan Ure', Jan McDonald, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 3/1, 2002

    Urpeth, Peter
  • 'Internal, imaginary and ontological exile in Peter Urpeth's Far Inland (2006)', Camille Manfredi, Études Écossaises 13, 2010
     

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    VAN VLIET, JENNIFER MARIE: 'Transatlanticism and "Natural Sympathy" in Christian Isobel Johnstone's Clan-Albin: A National Tale (1815)', International Review of Scottish Studies 37, 2012

    VARGO, LISA: 'Mrs F. Ryves', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    VIANU, LIDIA: ' The Self-Consuming Dystopia of Age', on the Desperado Literature website, following on from an interview with Alasdair Gray

    Visocchi, Michael
  • 'The Uneasiness Inherent in Culture: A Note on Michael Visocchi's Memorial to the Abolition of the Transatlantic Slave Trade', Murdo Macdonald, International Journal of Scottish Literature 4, Autumn/Winter 2008

    Visual Art
  • 'Scottish Literature and Visual Art: A Caledonian Synergy', Murdo Macdonald, International Review of Scottish Studies 38, 2013
     

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    WALKER, GREG: 'The Popular Voice in Sir David Lyndsay's Satire of the Thrie Estaitis', Studies in Scottish Literature 40/1, 2014

    WALKER, JESSE: 'Anarchies, States and Utopias: an Interview with Ken MacLeod', Reason, November 2000

    WALLACE, GAVIN: 'New Currency or Old? "The Coin", by Edwin Morgan', The Bottle Imp 2, Fall 2007

    WALSH, DAVID: 'Sir Walter Scott and the drama of history', David Walsh, published on the World Socialist Web Site, 9 July 2014

    Walsh, Raoul
  • '"You want some action for this dollar?": Gambling for the Plot in Pursued and The Master of Ballantrae', Roslyn Jolly, Sydney Studies in English 34, 2008 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    WANNAMAKER, ANNETTE: 'Men in Cloaks and High-Heeled Boots, Men Wielding Pink Umbrellas: Witchy Masculinities in the Harry Potter Novels', The Looking-Glass, 10/1, 2006

    Ward, Catherine George
  • 'Catherine George Ward (1787- late 1830s)', Stephen C. Behrendt, Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    WARDEN, CLAIRE: 'Ewan MacColl, "the brilliant young Scots dramatist": Regional myth-making and Theatre Workshop', International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-1, 2011

    Warner, Alan
  • ' Alan Warner: The Scottish Onetti', Gustavo San Román, The Barcelona Review
  • ' Queerspotting: Homosexuality in Contemporary Scottish Fiction', Zoe Strachan, Spike Magazine, May, 1999

    IBN WARRAQ: 'Sir Walter Scott, Jews and Saracens, and Other Sundry Subjects', New English Review May 2009
  • 'Sir Walter Scott's Treatment of Jews in Ivanhoe', New English Review July 2009

    WASHICK, JAMES: 'Oliver Twisted: the origins of Lord Voldemort in the Dickensian orphan', James Washick, The Looking-Glass, 13/3, 2009

    WATSON, ALEX: 'Thirteen Ways of Glossing 'To a Haggis': Disputing the Borders of Robert Burns' Paratexts', International Journal of Scottish Literature 6, Spring/Summer 2010

    WATSON, MORAY J.: 'A Liuthad Soitheach: Exile and the Clearances in the Writing of lain Crichton Smith', Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004

    WATSON, SEOSAMH: ''N Linnet Mhor: Some Linguistic Evidence from a Nineteenth Century Easter Ross Poem', Scots and Gaelic - at home and abroad, 17 November 2001, Glasgow
  • ' On the Development of the Group -rt in Scottish Gaelic', Celtica vol 21, 1990 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    WEBB, SAMANTHA: 'Eliza Broughton, fl. 1796', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website
  • 'Harriet and Maria Falconar', Alexander Street Press 2002, available on the Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period website

    WEBB, WILLIAM: 'George MacDonald and Jean Paul: An Introduction', North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 14, 1995

    '"Webs and Wabsters": Small Presses, Magazines and Websites', Robert Alan Jamieson, The Shape of Texts to Come: the writing of a new Scotland, 13-14 May 2000

    Wells, H. G.
  • 'Working for the Empire: Professions of Masculinity in H. G. Wells's The Time Machine and R. L. Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde', Theresa Jamieson, Victorian Network 1/1, Summer 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Welsh, Irvine
  • 'From Grey Granite to Urban Grit: A Revolution in Perspectives', David Borthwick, James Leslie Mitchell (Lewis Grassic Gibbon) Centenary Conference, 9 June 2001
  • 'An Interview with Irvine Welsh', J.P. O'Malley, The Bottle Imp 11, Spring 2012
  • 'Is life beautiful? Narrative Uncertainty and 'Literary anti-Trotskyism' in Trainspotting', Dougal McNeill, International Journal of Scottish Literature 5, Autumn/Winter 2009
  • '"Jean-Claude Van Damme and Mother Superior": la transgression chez Iain Banks et Irvine Welsh', Marie-Odile Pittin-Hédon, Études Écossaises 11, 2008
  • 'Peter Pan and Trainspotting: Escaping Adulthood', Stine Hjorth Jensen, The Bottle Imp 13, Spring 2013
  • ' Queerspotting: Homosexuality in Contemporary Scottish Fiction', Zoe Strachan, Spike Magazine, May, 1999
  • 'State of Transformation: Drag Queen Masculinity in Two Scottish Texts', Carole Jones, Genders 50, 2009
  • 'Trainspotting au théâtre: une adaption culturelle', Muriel Chan-Chu, Post-Scriptum, 3, 2004 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • ' Trainspotting in Montreal: the dramatic version', Martin Bowman, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 1/1, 2000
  • 'Wankers, Burds, and Skag: Heteroglossia in Trainspotting', Stacey Mankoff, Empty Mirror, January 2013
  • 'What is left in between: Trainspotting, from Novel to Film', E. Guillermo Iglesias Díaz, e-Sharp 2009 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]
  • 'White Men on Their Backs: the Representation of the White Male as Victim in William McIlvanney's Docherty and Irvine Welsh's Marabou Stork Nightmares', Carole Jones, International Journal of Scottish Literature 1, Autumn 2006
  • '"Wild Justice" in the Works of Irvine Welsh', David Leon Higdon, Studies in Scottish Literature 33/1, 2004
  • 'You'll Have Had Your Theatre: Irvine Welsh's stage play You'll Have Had Your Hole', Willy Maley, Spike Magazine, January, 1999

    Welsh, Louise
  • ' Death and Literature: a conversation between Lin Anderson and Louise Welsh', Jennie Renton, Textualities, 2006

    WELSH, LOUISE: 'James Pryde; the Edgar Allan Poe of Painting', The Bottle Imp 6, Fall 2009

    White, Kenneth
  • 'L'atopie ou le processus de désencombrement: une lecture de The Blue Road de Kenneth White', Christophe Roncato, Études Écossaises 11, 2008

    WHITED, LANA: '1492, 1942, 1992: The Theme of Race in the Harry Potter Series', The Looking-Glass, 10/1, 2006

    WHITWORTH, MICHAEL: 'Forms of Culture in Hugh MacDiarmid's 'Etika Preobrazhennavo Erosa'', International Journal of Scottish Literature 5, Autumn/Winter 2009

    WHITEFORD, EILIDH: 'Immortal Memories: the mysterious case of Catherine Carswell', ScotLit 24, 2001

    WHYTE, CHRISTOPER: 'The Debt to Theory', International Journal of Scottish Literature 3, Autumn/Winter 2007
  • ' George Campbell Hay: Nationalism with a Difference', Gaelic and Scots in Harmony, 30 June-2 July 1988
  • '"Now You See It, Now You Don't": the Love Poetry of Edwin Morgan', The Glasgow Review, issue 2

    WHYTE, HAMISH: 'The Milk of Space: Edwin Morgan's science fiction poems', The Bottle Imp 8, Fall 2010

    WICKMAN, MATTHEW: 'Have Scottish Studies Ever Involved Cultural Studies?', The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 1, 2013 and 2014
  • 'Independence for Whom? or What? Scottish Literature and the Inhuman', The Bottle Imp MLA Supplement 1, 2013 and 2014
  • 'Scotland - the Event: or, Theory after Muir', International Journal of Scottish Literature 3, Autumn/Winter 2007
  • ' Stevenson, Benjamin, and the Decay of Experience', International Journal of Scottish Literature 2, Spring/Summer 2007

    Wilde, Oscar
  • 'Gothic fiction in the Victorian fin de siècle: mutating bodies and disturbed minds', Greg Buzwell, on the British Library's Romantics and Victorians website

    WILKINSON, GARY S.: 'Poetic Licence - Iain M. Banks' Consider Phlebas and T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land', Vector, January 1999 (available on John Black's blog)

    WILLIAMS, VIVIEN: 'The Scottish Bagpipe: Political and Religious Symbolism in English Literature and Satire', The Bottle Imp 13, Spring 2013

    WILLIAMSON, KARINA: 'Mrs Carmichael: A Scotswoman in the West Indies, 1820-1826', International Journal of Scottish Literature 4, Autumn/Winter 2008

    WILSON, ANDREW J.: 'Between Stark Reality and Far-Fetched Fantasy', on the BooksfromScotland.com website
  • ' Culture Shock: an Interview with Iain Banks', ONE Magazine, 15 February 2008
  • 'An Interview with Iain Banks', Textualities, 2005
  • 'Orpheus in the Old Town: In Memoriam - Angus Calder 1942-2008', ONE Magazine, 25 July 2008
  • 'Rock Drill - a conversation with Doug Johnstone', ONE Magazine, 8 May 2008
  • 'Tomorrow Lies in Ambush: a conversation with Ken MacLeod', ONE Magazine, 27 November 2008

    WILSON, FIONA: 'From the Vibrant Margin: Literary Journals at the Scottish Writing Exhibition, Philadelphia 2006', The Bottle Imp 1, Spring 2007

    Wilson, John (John Wilson of Ellery) (see also Blackwood's Magazine)
  • ' Blackwood's Berserker: John Wilson and the Language of Extremity', Robert Morrison, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 20, November 2000
  • ' North of the Border: Cultural Crossing in the Noctes Ambrosianae', Nicola Z. Trott, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 20, November 2000

    Wilson, John (John Wilson of Kilmarnock)
  • 'Robert Burns's First Printer: John Wilson of Kilmarnock. Part 1: The Book Market in Burns's Ayrshire', Patrick Scott, 2012, hosted on the Electric Scotland website
  • 'Robert Burns's First Printer: John Wilson of Kilmarnock. Part 2: Printing Books for Local Authors', Patrick Scott, 2012, hosted on the Electric Scotland website

    WILSON, NEIL: 'Fiction Opportunities: the 11/9 Project', The Shape of Texts to Come: the writing of a new Scotland, 13-14 May 2000

    Wilson, Robert McLiam
  • 'Towards a subaltern aesthetics: Reassessing Postcolonial Criticism for Contemporary Northern Irish and Scottish Literatures. James Kelman and Robert McLiam Wilson's Rewriting of National Paradigms', Stefanie Lehner, e-Sharp 5, Summer 2005 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    WILSON-COSTA, KARYN: 'The Poetry of Robert Burns: "A Melancholy not unallied to Mirth"', E-rea (Revue électronique d'études sur le monde anglophone) 4/1, 2006

    WINTER, SARAH: 'Scott and Scots Law', The Bottle Imp 14, Fall 2013

    Witchcraft
  • 'Remembering Scottish Witches', Julian Goodare, The Bottle Imp 14, Fall 2013

    'Women and Poetry 1972-1999: The Contemporary Scene', Margery Palmer McCulloch, Irish Review 28, 2001, available on the Scottish Corpus of Text and Speech website

    WOOD, MICHAEL: ' Dynamite for Cologne: a review of The People's Act of Love', London Review of Books, vol. 27 no. 14, 21 July 2005

    WOODS, BRETT F.: 'The Last Victorian: John Buchan and the Hannay Quartet', California Literary Review, March 2007

    Woods, Sarah
  • 'Totalitarianism, Martyrdom and Social Resistance: Sarah Woods' Antigone', Alison Burke, International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 2/1, 2001

    Wordsworth, William
  • ' Re-Visioning James Hogg: The Return of the Subject to Wordsworth's "Extempore Effusion"', Janette Currie, Romantic Textualities: Literature and Print Culture, 1780-1840 15, Winter 2005

    World War One - see First World War

    World War Two - see Second World War

    'Workshop Writing and Beyond', Valerie Thornton, The Shape of Texts to Come: the writing of a new Scotland, 13-14 May 2000

    Wright, Glyn
  • ' Names Was made To Be Spoke: Commemoration in the Poems of Glyn Wright and George Mackay Brown', Sheenagh Pugh, published on the George Mackay Brown website

    Wright, Isabel
  • 'Mr Placebo d'Isabel Wright: de l'art de l'illusion et de l'expérimentation en un "théâtre d'opérations"', Danièle Berton, Études Écossaises 12, 2009

    'A Writer's Manifesto', Carl MacDougall, given at the launch of the Parliamentary Cross-Party Group for Scottish Writing and Publishing, 7 June 2005
     

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    YAMAMOTO, TAKU: 'Appropriating Robert Louis Stevenson: Nakajima Atsushi in Pre-War Japan', International Journal of Scottish Literature 9, Autumn/Winter 2013 [PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader]

    Young, Douglas
  • ' Douglas Young and Sorley Maclean', Derrick McClure, Gaelic and Scots in Harmony, 30 June-2 July 1988
  • 'Tails o the Comet? MacLean, Hay, Young and MacDiarmid's Renaissance', Michel Byrne, ScotLit 26, 2002
  • 'Towards a reassessment of Douglas Young: Motivation and his Aristophanic translations', Bill Findlay, Études Écossaises 10, 2005

    YOUNG, DOUGLAS: 'Northeast Scots in Fiction', published on the Elphinstone Kist website

    YOUNG, RONNIE: 'The Scenic Route to Humphry Clinker: Smollett's Travels Through France and Italy', The Bottle Imp 11, Spring 2012
     

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    ZAGRATZKI, UWE: 'Ralph Connor, Hugh MacLennan and Alice Munro - Three Scottish-Canadian Authors', International Review of Scottish Studies 23, 1998

    Zajac, Martin
  • 'Rhizome and fructification: Matthew Zajac's The Tailor of Inverness', Danièle Berton, International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen 4-2, 2011
     

     

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