Subverting Scotland S Past

Author: Colin Kidd
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521520195
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This book examines how the intellectual developments of the Scottish Enlightenment undermined Scotland's sense of nationalism.

The Wallace Book

Author: Edward Cowan
Publisher: Birlinn
ISBN: 0857904949
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Scottish Identities in the Aftermath of Enlightenment', in L. Brockliss and D.
Eastwood (eds.), A Union of Multiple Identities: The British Isles, c. 1750–c. 1850
(Manchester, 1997), 118–21. 2 For the ideological context surrounding the
campaign, see N. Phillipson, The Scottish Whigs and the Reform of the Court of
Session 1785–1830, Stair Society (Edinburgh, 1990). 3 The Shade of Wallace: A
Poem (Glasgow, 1807), 9. 4 C. Kidd, Subverting Scotland's Past: Scottish Whig
Historians and ...

Scottish Ethnicity And The Making Of New Zealand Society 1850 1930

Author: Tanja Bueltmann
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748688773
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KANSTEINER, W., 'Finding Meaning in Memory: A Methodological Critique of
Collective Memory Studies', History and Theory, 41, 2 (2002), 179–97. KAY, B.,
The Scottish World: A Journey Into the Scottish Diaspora (Edinburgh, 2006).
KESTNER, J. A., 'The Colonised in the Colonies: Representation of Celts in
Victorian Battle Painting', in S. West (ed.), The Victorians and Race (Aldershot,
1996), 112–27. KIDD, C., Subverting Scotland's Past: Scottish Whig Historians
and the Creation ...

Whatever Happened To Tory Scotland

Author: David Torrance
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748670440
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Delivered? (2006) and Devolution – Scottish Answers to Scottish Questions? (
2003), along with several studies of UK voting and social attitudes, including The
Rise of New Labour (2001), Labour's Last Chance? (1994), How Britain Votes (
1985) and the annual British Social Attitudes Report series. Richard J. Finlay is
Professor of Scottish History at the University of Strathclyde and the author of
Independent and Free: The Origins of the SNP, 1918–45 (1994) and Modern
Scotland, ...

Edinburgh History Of Scottish Literature Enlightenment Britain And Empire 1707 1918

Author: Ian Brown
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748630643
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'What occurred', Marinell Ash argued in The Strange Death of Scottish History(
1980), 'was a historical failure of nerve'. Ash's argument is greatly substantiated
and refined by Colin Kidd, who traces the origins of this failure of nerve to the
Enlightenment historians of the mid-eighteenth century. Their project, he argues
in Subverting Scotland's Past (1993), was to dismantle the enabling myths and
invented traditions of Scottish history with the aim of accommodating it to an
English model ...

Scottish Literature And Postcolonial Literature

Author: Michael Gardiner
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 074868865X
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Kidd, Colin (1993), Subverting Scotland's Past: Scottish Whig Historians and the
Creation of an Anglo»Br'itish Identity 1689-1830, Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press. King, ]eanette (2005), The Victorian Woman Question in
Contemporary Feminist Fiction, Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Kinsley, ]ames (I975), 'The Music of the Heart', in Donald A. Low (ed.), Critical
Essays on Robert Burns, London: Routledge, pp. 124-36. Kirk»Greene, A. H. M. (
1982), 'The Sudan ...

Noble Power In Scotland From The Reformation To The Revolution

Author: Keith M Brown
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748681191
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Faith, Politics, and Protest in Elizabethan England (Basingstoke, 2007). Kettering,
S., Patrons, Brokers and Clients in Seventeenth—Century France (Oxford, 1986).
Kirk, J., Patterns ofReform. Continuity and Change in the Refiormation Kirk (
Edinburgh, 1989). Kidd, C., Subverting Scotland's Past. Scottish lVhig Historians
and the Creation of an Anglo— British Identity, 16895c.1830 (Cambridge, 1993).
Kishlansky, M., Parliamentary Selection: Social and Political Choice in Early
Modern ...

Picturing The Past

Author: Rosemary Mitchell
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191543225
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... of England: the work of an atheist, and mistakenly perceived by many critics as
Tory in bias, it was by no means an entirely appropriate embodiment and
expression of a national historical narrative based on Protestantism and Whig
progressivism.3 At the turn of the century, however, 1 W. Smyth, Lectures on
Modern History from the Irruption of the Northern Nations to the Close of the
American Revolution, 2 vols. (1840), i. 126. 2 C. Kidd, Subverting Scotland's Past
(Cambridge, 1993), ...

Community Of The College Of Justice

Author: John Finlay
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748664424
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Idea Juris Scotici (London, 1733). Innes, J., 'Legislating for three kingdoms: how
the Westminster parliament legislated for England, Scotland and Ireland, 1707–
1830' in Hoppit, J., ed., Parliaments, nations and identities in Britain and Ireland,
1660–1850 (Manchester, 2003), pp. 15–47. Kagan, R. L., 'Law students in
Eighteenth-century France' (1975) Past and Present, pp. 38–72. ––Lawyers and
Litigants in Castile, 1500–1700 (Chapel Hill, 1981). Kidd, C., Subverting
Scotland's Past ...


Author: Christopher Harvie
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0198714882
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Marinell Ash, in The Strange Death of Scottish History (Edinburgh, 1980), argued
that Scotland's historians deserted the national cause in the eighteenth and
nineteenth centuries, and Colin Kidd, Subverting Scotland's Past (Oxford, 1993),
blames the Enlightenment Whigs. I don't find this negativity about the Victorians
justified. See the work of the 1850s (p. 11), Hume Brown, History of Scotland (
Cambridge, 1899–1910) and above all W. F. Skene, Celtic Scotland (Edinburgh,
1876–81) ...