Innes Review

The Innes Review is a fully peer-reviewed journal promoting the study of the history of Catholic Scotland. It covers all aspects of Scottish history and culture, especially ones related to religious history. 

Published continuously by the Scottish Catholic Historical Association since 1950, it contains articles and book reviews on a wide field of ecclesiastical, cultural, liturgical, architectural, literary and political history from earliest times to the present day. It is named after Thomas Innes (1662-1744), a missionary priest, historian, and archivist of the Scots College in Paris whose impartial scholarship stood out amongst the denominational prejudices of the time.

Published May & Nov

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Latest articles

Volume 65 (2)

The Scottish Catholic Archives and Scottish historical studies
vol. 65 (2): 79-94
William Dunbar and the courtmen: poetry as a source for the court of James IV
vol. 65 (2): 95-112
Boys to manly men of God: Scottish seminarian manliness in the nineteenth century
vol. 65 (2): 113-127
Scottish bishops and the relic-lists of the cartulary of Christchurch Priory, Twynham, Hampshire, 1200–1221 (with an edition and translation of the text by John Reuben Davies)
vol. 65 (2): 128-152
The last years of Richard Augustine Hay (1661–1734)
vol. 65 (2): 153-157
Beyond the Gododdin. Dark Age Scotland in Medieval Wales. The Proceedings of a Day Conference held on 19 February 2005. Edited by Alex Woolf. St John's House Papers No. 13. The Committee for Dark Age Studies, University of St Andrews: St Andrews, 2013. 20
vol. 65 (2): 158-162
Simon Taylor with Gilbert Márkus, The Place-Names of Fife. Volume Five. Discussion, Glossaries and Edited Texts with Addenda and Corrigenda of Volumes 1–4. Shaun Tyas: Donington, 2012. x + 710 pp. £24 hardback. ISBN 9781907730085
vol. 65 (2): 162-167
The English Isles. Cultural Transmission and Political Conflict in Britain and Ireland, 1100–1500. Edited by Seán Duffy and Susan Foran. Four Courts Press: Dublin, 2013. 186 pp. €55 hardback. ISBN 9781846822230
vol. 65 (2): 167-170
Jocelin of Furness. Essays from the 2011 Conference, ed. Clare Downham. Shaun Tyas: Donington, 2013. 160 pp. £19.95 hardback. ISBN 9781907730337
vol. 65 (2): 170-172
Mairi Cowan, Death, Life, and Religious Change in Scottish Towns, c. 1350–1560. Manchester University Press: Manchester, 2012. xi + 252 pp. £60.00 hardback. ISBN 9780719080234.
vol. 65 (2): 172-175
Shorter Scottish Medieval Romances. Florimond of Albany, Sir Colling the Knycht, King Orphius, Roswall and Lillian. Edited by Rhiannon Purdie. Scottish Text Society, Fifth Series, no. 11. Boydell: Woodbridge, 2013. 302 pp. £40, hardback. ISBN 978189797636
vol. 65 (2): 175-177
The Ashgate Research Companion to the Counter-Reformation. Edited by Alexandra Bamji, Geert H. Janssen and Mary Laven. Ashgate: Aldershot, 2013. 508pp. £85 hardback. ISBN 9781409423737
vol. 65 (2): 177-180
The Navigator. The Log of John Anderson, VOC Pilot-Major, 1640–1643. Edited by Victor Enthoven, Steve Murdoch, and Eila Williamson. Brill: Leiden, 2010. xii + 281 pp. €105 hardback. ISBN 9789004189317.
vol. 65 (2): 180-182
Tine Van Osselaer, The Pious Sex. Catholic Constructions of Masculinity and Femininity in Belgium, c.1800–1940. Leuven University Press: Leuven, 2013. 271pp. £44 paberback. ISBN 9789058679505
vol. 65 (2): 182-184

Volume 65 (1)

Geoffrey Wallis Steuart Barrow, 1924–2013: a memoir
Hector MacQueen, vol. 65 (1): 1-12
The medieval church of Montrose: a place ‘of much antiquity and abundantly populous’
Catriona Anna Gray, vol. 65 (1): 13-32
Support networks for the Catholic mission in Scotland
Tom McInally, vol. 65 (1): 33-51
Looking for Catholics: using Protestant missionary society records to investigate nineteenth-century Highland Catholicism
Elizabeth Ritchie, vol. 65 (1): 52-75
Angus Martin, Kintyre Places and Place-Names. The Grimsay Press: Kilkerran, 2013. 383 pp. £19.95 paperback. ISBN 9781845301347.
Leonie Dunlop, vol. 65 (1): 76-78

Volume 64 (2)

Psalm 44 and the Pictish king
vol. 64 (2): 87-99