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SCOTTISH STUDIES REVIEW


ISSN 1475-7737
(formerly the Scottish Literary Journal (1974–2000); Scottish Studies Review has from 2009 become Scottish Literary Review)

Papers published in Scottish Studies Review are abstracted and indexed in Academic Search Complete (EBSCO) and Cengage (Thomson Gale).

Articles published in Scottish Studies Review

Vol/No. Date
Title Author

1/1

Winter 2000

New Texts of William Dunbar, Alexander Scott and other Scottish Poets

Priscilla Bawcutt

1/1

Winter 2000

'(A!) Fredome is a Noble Thing': Christian Hermeneutics and Barbour's Bruce

R D S Jack

1/1

Winter 2000

'Aliens and Outlaws rather than Subjects and Citizens'? (The Image and Identity of) Catholics in Eighteenth-Century Scotland

Clotilde Prunier

1/1

Winter 2000

Competing Idylls: Fergusson and Burns

Christopher Whyte

1/1

Winter 2000

'The Vision of Enchantment's Past': Walter Scott Rescripts the Revolution in Marmion

Irene Basey Beesemyer

1/1

Winter 2000

Literary Giants and Black Dwarfs

Lidia Garbin

1/1

Winter 2000

'When the Gangs Came to London': On the Recent Thanksgiving for 'Peace'

Margery Palmer McCulloch

1/1

Winter 2000

Review Article: The Folly of Our Fable: Getting Scottish History Wrong

Christopher Harvie

2/1

Spring 2001

On Gaelic and Gender

Iain Crichton Smith

2/1

Spring 2001

Interview with Kathleen Jamie

Lilias Fraser

2/1

Spring 2001

Interdisciplinarity after Davie: Postcolonial Theory and Crises of Terminology in Scottish Cultural Studies

Michael Gardiner

2/1

Spring 2001

A Note on the Scotsman who Inspired Fanny Hill

David Stevenson

2/1

Spring 2001

Gender and the Place of Culture in Scott's St Ronan's Well

Robert P Irvine

2/1

Spring 2001

John Buchan and The Northern Muse. The Politics of an Anthology

Christopher Harvie

2/1

Spring 2001

The Scottish Renaissance and the Irish Invasion: Literary Attitudes to irishness in Inter-War Scotland

Liam McIlvanney

2/1

Spring 2001

'That great brute of a bunion!': The Construction of Masculinity in Jessie Kesson's Glitter of Mica

Joan Anderson

2/1

Spring 2001

'A Woman's a Man, for a' that': Jackie Kay's Trumpet

Jeannette King

2/1

Spring 2001

Review Article: Scottish Editing as Conjectural History (review essay on recent editions of Scott)

Kathryn Sutherland

2/2

Autumn 2001

Allan Ramsay's Contribution to Theatre in Edinburgh, 1719-1739

Michael Murphy

2/2

Autumn 2001

'Dougal MacCullony, I am Glad to See Thee!': Gaelic Etymology, Jacobite Culture, and 'Exodus Politics'

Niall MacKenzie

2/2

Autumn 2001

From Caledonia to Albania: Byron, Galt, and the Progress of the Eastern Savage

Massimiliano Demata

2/2

Autumn 2001

The Authority of Influence: John Davidson and Hugh MacDiarmid

Hazel Hynd

2/2

Autumn 2001

The Theme of Exile in the African Short Stories of Muriel Spark

Abdel-Moniem Aly

2/2

Autumn 2001

Language and Bilingualism in the Gaelic Poetry of Iain Crichton Smith

Michelle MacLeod

2/2

Autumn 2001

The Failure of Representation - 'Deer on the High Hills' as Thesis

Moray Watson

2/2

Autumn 2001

Profile: A Prominent Artist in Paisley? Sandy Stoddart, Monumental Sculptor

David Stenhouse

2/2

Autumn 2001

Review Article: Stealth Scottishness? Studying Scotland in North America

Caroline McCracken-Flesher

3/1

Spring 2002

'Na les vailyeant than ony uthir princis of Britane': representations of Arthur in Scotland 1480-1540

Nicola Royan

3/1

Spring 2002

Natives and Nostalgia: The Problem of the 'North American Savage' in Adam Smith's Historiography

Maureen Harkin

3/1

Spring 2002

'Into The Woof, A Little Thibet Wool': Orientalism and Representing 'Reality' in Walter Scott's The Surgeon's Daughter

Molly Younkin

3/1

Spring 2002

Northern Consciousness and National Identity: Edvard Munch in Scotland

Venda Pollock

3/1

Spring 2002

Cooking and Calvinism: History in the Voice of Scotland Books

Hanne Tange

3/1

Spring 2002

Scotland Anthologised: Images of Contemprary Scottish Identity in Translation Anthologies of Scottish Poetry

Paul Barnaby

3/1

Spring 2002

An interview with Alec Findlay

Lilias Fraser

3/1

Spring 2002

A Tartan Politics? Couture and National Creativity in the New Scottish Parliament

Caroline McCracken-Flesher

3/2

Autumn 2002

The Eighteenth-Century Revival and the Nature of Scottish Nationalism

Paul Henderson Scott

3/2

Autumn 2002

Race, Theology and Revival: Scots Philology and its Contexts in the Age of Pinkerton and Jamieson

Colin Kidd

3/2

Autumn 2002

‘The Worst Sect that a Christian Man can Meet’: Opposition to the Plymouth Brethren in Ireland and Scotland, 1859-1900

Crawford Gribben

3/2

Autumn 2002

Stevenson’s ‘Auld Alliance’: France, Art Theory and the Breath of Money in The Wrecker

William Gray

3/2

Autumn 2002

The Legend of the Geilt and the Quest for Imbas Forosnai in Neil Gunn’s The Well at the World’s End

Jan Curtis

3/2

Autumn 2002

Twenty Years A-Growing. Cappella Nova: A Profile

Jamie Reid-Baxter

4/1

Spring 2003

Poets and Other Animals: an interview with John Burnside

Attila Dósa

4/1

Spring 2003

The Traditional Ballad: Requickened Text or Performative Genre?

James Porter

4/1

Spring 2003

Sir George Mackenzie’s Aretina of 1660: A Scot’s Assault on Restoration Politics

Irene Basey Beesemyer

4/1

Spring 2003

Dogs and the ‘Talking Animal Syndrome’ in Janet Little’s ‘From Snipe, a Favourite Dog, To His Master’ (1791)

Anne Milne

4/1

Spring 2003

Awkward Silences in Scott’s Waverley

Stefan Thomas Hall

4/1

Spring 2003

James Hogg, and Edinburgh’s Triumph over Napoleon

Gillian Hughes

4/1

Spring 2003

Of Hard Men and Hairies: No Mean City and Modern Scottish Urban Fiction

Sylvia Bryce-Wunder

4/1

Spring 2003

Rankin Revisited: An Interview with Ian Rankin

Gill Plain

4/2

Autumn 2003

An English Invasion Would Have Been Worse: Why the Scottish Parliament Accepted the Union

Paul Henderson Scott

4/2

Autumn 2003

Scott’s Critique of the English Treason Law in Waverley

Joan Garden Cooper

4/2

Autumn 2003

The Mercenary, the Savage and the Civilised War: Scott and A Legend of the Wars of Montrose

Andrew Lincoln

4/2

Autumn 2003

Highland Habits: the Iconography of the Sobieski Stuarts

Robin Nicholson

4/2

Autumn 2003

‘Playing Double’: Performing Childhood in Treasure Island

Fiona McCulloch

4/2

Autumn 2003

Janice Galloway’s Alienated Spaces

Mary McGlynn

4/2

Autumn 2003

Thrawn Themes and Dramatic Experiments: W. Gordon Smith and the Paradoxes of Creative Iconoclasm

Ian Brown

4/2

Autumn 2003

What Force Made Men Act So?: a Question of Historical Fiction

Margaret Elphinstone

5/1

Spring 2004

William Harvey and the Scottish Chapbooks

Suzanne Gilbert

5/1

Spring 2004

The Cultural Expropriation of ‘Lillibulero’

James Porter

5/1

Spring 2004

The David Murray Collection: from Scrapbook to Website

Valentina Bold

5/1

Spring 2004

Ballads, Britishness and Hardyknute

Mel Kersey

5/1

Spring 2004

William Robertson Nicoll, the Kailyard Novel and the Question of Popular Culture

Andrew Nash

5/1

Spring 2004

What is Wilderness? John Muir and the Question of the Wild

Chris Powici

5/1

Spring 2004

In a World of Words: Edwin Morgan’s Multilingualism

Hanne Tange

5/1

Spring 2004

Interview with James Kelman

Michael Gardiner

5/2

Autumn 2004

James Hogg, Scottish Calvinism and Literary Theory

Crawford Gribben

5/2

Autumn 2004

Recipes for Disaster: Eating and Gender in the Novels of Susan Ferrier

Sarah Moss

5/2

Autumn 2004

‘Genius in a Provincial Town’: MacDiarmid’s Poetry and Politics in Montrose

Scott Lyall

5/2

Autumn 2004

The ‘Becoming Woman’ - Femininity and the Rave Generation in Alan Warner’s Morvern Callar

Carole Jones

5/2

Autumn 2004

Interview with Tom Leonard

Attila Dósa

5/2

Autumn 2004

Some thoughts on ‘Performing Childhood in Treasure Island

Martin Axford

5/2

Autumn 2004

‘The Bothan-Dubh’

a previously unpublished short story by Fionn MacColla

6/1

Spring 2005

Thomas Dermody, Robert Burns and the Killeigh Cycle

Stephen Dornan

6/1

Spring 2005

James Orr: Ulster-Scot and Poet of the 1798 Rebellion

Carol Baraniuk

6/1

Spring 2005

Eating Your Words: Plate and Nation in Meg Dods’s The Cook and Housewife’s Manual

Andrew Monnickendam

6/1

Spring 2005

Erik Chisholm and MacPherson’s Night Song of the Bards

John Purser

6/1

Spring 2005

For the Vernacular Circle: reprinted from The Bulletin, January 1938

Hugh MacDiarmid and Edwin Muir

6/1

Spring 2005

Postcolonial Translation Studies and James Kelman’s Translated Accounts

Susanne Hagemann

6/1

Spring 2005

Extracts from a Longer Conversation with Frank Kuppner

Attila Dósa

6/1

Spring 2005

Reputations and Remembering: Work on the First Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Women

Sue Innes

6/1

Spring 2005

Addendum to ‘William Harvey and the Scottish Chapbooks’ (SSR 5/1)

Suzanne Gilbert

6/2

Autumn 2005

Allegory and Parody in William Dunbar’s ‘Sen that I am a presoneir’

Sarah Couper

6/2

Autumn 2005

Mallet’s Version of St Kilda in Amyntor and Theodora, or, The Hermit

Sandro Jung

6/2

Autumn 2005

The Imaginative Construction of Historical Character: What Georg Lukács and Walter Scott could tell Contemporary Novelists

Stuart Ferguson

6/2

Autumn 2005

Truth, Imagination and Tradition: Allan Cunningham and Scottish Short Fiction

Tim Killick

6/2

Autumn 2005

National Confessions: Queer Theory Meets Scottish Literature

Gavin Miller

6/2

Autumn 2005

‘Clemency Ealasaid July 1940’: The Turning Point in a Poet’s War

Isobel Murray

6/2

Autumn 2005

Eòin Bhig na Mala Gruamaich (Little Bird of the Gloomy Brow): Crossing Boundaries in Òran na Comhachaig

Pat Menzies

6/2

Autumn 2005

Gaelic Poetry’s Province of Stone: Iain Crichton Smith and the Hebridean Echoes of Paul de Man’s Late Work

Matthew Wickman

7/1

Spring 2006

‘My Maisteris Dere’: The Acknowledgement of Authority in The Kingis Quair

Alessandra Petrina

7/1

Spring 2006

French Portraits of Sir Walter Scott: Images of the Great Unknown

Gilles Soubigou

7/1

Spring 2006

Paradoxical Readings: Reason, Religion and Tradition in James Hogg’s Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner

Ismael Velasco

7/1

Spring 2006

‘A Strange Race of Beings’: Undermining Innocence in The Princess and the Goblin

Fiona McCulloch

7/1

Spring 2006

The White Bird Passes: How Jessie Kesson Reached the Final Version

Isobel Murray

7/1

Spring 2006

Dialect(ic) Nationalism? The Fiction of James Kelman and Roddy Doyle

Matt McGuire

7/1

Spring 2006

The Walking Cure: Heimat, Masculinity and Mobile Narration in Alan Warner’s The Man Who Walks

Berthold Schoene

7/1

Spring 2006

No Half Measures: All for the Writing: A Conversation with A.L. Kennedy

Adriana Neagu

7/2

Autumn 2006

Burns and Ramsay

Christopher MacLachlan

7/2

Autumn 2006

The Origins and History of James Hogg’s ‘Donald MacDonald’

Peter Garside

7/2

Autumn 2006

To Make a Prophet’s Profit: Carlyle, Scott, and the Metaphorics of Self-Evaluation

Caroline McCracken-Flesher

7/2

Autumn 2006

Faerie Romance and Divine Comedy: God Marries His People in George MacDonald’s Heather and Snow

Bonnie Gaarden

7/2

Autumn 2006

The Ebb-Tide and The Coral Island

Roslyn Jolly

7/2

Autumn 2006

The Scots Tradition in Ulster

Gavin Falconer

8/1

Spring 2007

The Devil Takes a Hand: Daniel Webster, Wandering Willie, and Lord Balmerino

Ralph Stewart

8/1

Spring 2007

Dva Brata: Robert Louis Stevenson in Translation Before 1900

Tom Hubbard

8/1

Spring 2007

Margaret Oliphant’s ‘Marriage’ to Maga

Anne M. Scriven

8/1

Spring 2007

‘The Man is a Menace’: MacDiarmid and Military Intelligence

Scott Lyall

8/1

Spring 2007

George Mackay Brown’s Greenvoe as Impossible Community

Timothy C. Baker

8/1

Spring 2007

Dogged Masculinities: Male Subjectivity and Socialist Despair in Kelman and McIlvanney

Scott Hames

8/1

Spring 2007

Biographical Improvisation in Jackie Kay’s Trumpet

Carla Rodríguez González

8/1

Spring 2007

Morvern Callar, Art Cinema and the ‘Monstrous Archive’

John Caughie

8/1

Spring 2007

National Identity and Popular Music: Questioning the ‘Celtic’

Alistair Mutch

8/1

Spring 2007

Speaking Welsh: Irvine Welsh in Conversation

Ian Peddie

8/2

Autumn 2007

The Manuscripts of William Fowler: A Revaluation of The Tarantula of Love, A Sonnet Sequence and Of Death

Sebastiaan Verweij

8/2

Autumn 2007

Disinterring The Grave: Religious Authority, Poetic Autonomy and Robert Blair’s Fideist Poetics

Eric Parisot

8/2

Autumn 2007

An Early Jacobite Song on the Battle of Inverurie

Lister Matheson

8/2

Autumn 2007

Editing the Text and Music of James Hogg’s Songs by the Ettrick Shepherd

Janette Currie and Kirsteen McCue

8/2

Autumn 2007

Penguins and Flowers: Failure of Nerve, Cultural Complexity and Tartanry

Ian Brown

9/1

Spring 2008

Boswell’s ‘Egyptian Task’: Ten Lines a Day

Donald J. Newman

9/1

Spring 2008

In Search of William Yates of Airdrie, Contemporary of Burns

Ian Reid

9/1

Spring 2008

Caledonia Germanica? German Women Writers Discover Scotland

Silvia Mergenthal

9/1

Spring 2008

Stevenson in Italy and in Italian

Richard Dury

9/1

Spring 2008

Scottish Poetry in German: Paradox, Transaction, Context, Superstition

Iain Galbraith

9/1

Spring 2008

Neither This, Nor That: The Apophatic Allegory of David Lindsay’s A Voyage to Arcturus

Andrew R. Wheat

9/1

Spring 2008

Culture and Leisure in Hugh MacDiarmid’s On a Raised Beach

Michael H. Whitworth

9/1

Spring 2008

‘Hastily Departed Brothers’: Saving the Lost Son in Norman Maclean’s A River Runs Through It, Neil Gunn’s Highland River, and Alistair MacLeod’s No Great Mischief

Charlotte Fairlie

9/1

Spring 2008

Two Editions of Sorley MacLean’s Dàin do Eimhir

Ealasaid Gilfillan

9/1

Spring 2008

Slabs and Scripts: John Byrne’s ‘Peculiarly Graphic Way’

Jennifer Mouat

9/1

Spring 2008

The Year’s Publications 2007 – A Selected List

Alexander J. Cuthbert

9/2

Autumn 2008

John Arbuthnot’s Family Ties: Anglo-Scottish Relations in the John Bull Pamphlets

Sharon Alker

9/2

Autumn 2008

Counterculture Revisited: Young Adam, Then and Now

Gary Hentzi

9/2

Autumn 2008

Joseph Mitchell (c. 1684–1738): Anglo-Scottish Poet

Sandro Young

9/2

Autumn 2008

Cosmopolitan Scots

Berthold Schoene

9/2

Autumn 2008

Dedefining the Scottish Landscape: Valerie Gillies’s Tweed Journey

Laura Severin

9/2

Autumn 2008

The Unnamed Itenerant in Samuel Beckett’s Novellas and James Kelman’s Lean Tales

Paul Shanks

9/2

Autumn 2008

Genius, Men, and Manners: Burns and Eighteenth-Century Scottish Criticism

Ronnie Young

9/2

Autumn 2008

Review Article: The End of Histories? The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature; Alba Literaria: A History of Scottish Literature; and Scotland’s Books: The Penguin History of Scottish Literature

John Corbett

 

Last updated 23 August 2010.