Scottish Historical Review

The Scottish Historical Review is the premier journal in the field of Scottish Historical Studies, covering all periods of Scottish history from the early to the modern, encouraging a variety of historical approaches.

Contributors are regarded as authoritative in their subject area; the pages of the journal are regularly graced by leading Scottish historians.

In addition to its extensive book reviews, the Scottish Historical Review supports the compilation of List of Articles in Scottish History and List of Essays on Scottish History in Books, which cover articles published in the preceding year which is included in the Bibliography of British and Irish History.

Published Apr & Oct

ISSN (print): 
0036-9241
ISSN (online): 
1750-0222

Latest articles

Volume 94 (2)

Tertiaries and the Scottish Observance: St Martha's Hospital in Aberdour and the Institutionalisation of the Franciscan Third Order
vol. 94 (2): 121-139
Burns and the Bank Manager: Robert Burns in the Shadow of the Debtors’ Prison
vol. 94 (2): 140-163
Alexander Robertson, Scottish Social Theology and Low-caste Hindu Reform in Early Twentieth-century Colonial India
vol. 94 (2): 164-206
Andrew Lang and Scottish Historiography: Taking on Tradition
vol. 94 (2): 207-236
A 1706 Manifesto for an Armed Rising against Incorporating Union
vol. 94 (2): 237-267
Domination and Lordship: Scotland 1070–1230. By Richard Oram. Pp. xviii, 448. ISBN: 9780748614967 (Hardback); 9780748614974 (Paperback). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2011. £95.00 (Hardback); £24.99 (Paperback).
vol. 94 (2): 268-270
New Perspectives on Medieval Scotland, 1093–1286. Edited by Matthew Hammond. Pp. xv, 256. ISBN: 9781843838531. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 2013. £60.00.
vol. 94 (2): 270-272
Regesta Regum Scottorum, Volume IV, Part 1, The Acts of Alexander III. Edited by Cynthia J. Neville and Grant G. Simpson. Pp. xii, 275. ISBN: 9780748627325. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2013. £130.00.
vol. 94 (2): 272-274
Crisis and Survival in Late Medieval Ireland: The English of Louth and their Neighbours, 1330–1450. By Brendan Smith. Pp. xviii, 260. ISBN: 9780199594757. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013. £65.00.
vol. 94 (2): 274-276
Death, Life, and Religious Change in Scottish Towns, c. 1350–1560. By Mairi Cowan. Pp. xi, 252. ISBN: 9780719080234. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2012. £60.00.
vol. 94 (2): 276-277
Legends of Scottish Saints: Readings, Hymns and Prayers for the Commemorations of Scottish Saints in the Aberdeen Breviary. Edited by Alan Macquarrie with Rachel Butter and contributions by Simon Taylor and Gilbert Márkus. Pp. lxviii, 461. ISBN: 97818468
vol. 94 (2): 277-278
Clerics and Clansmen. The Diocese of Argyll between the Twelfth and Sixteenth Centuries. By Iain G. MacDonald. Pp. 352. ISBN: 9789004185470. Leiden: Brill, 2013. €134.00.
vol. 94 (2): 279-280
The Legal Language of Scottish Burghs: Standardization and Lexical Bundles 1380–1560. By Joanna Kopaczyk. Pp. xvi, 368. ISBN: 9780199945153. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013. £50.00.
vol. 94 (2): 280-283
The Scottish People, 1490–1625. By Maureen M. Meikle. Pp. xxvii, 536. ISBN: 9781291518009 (Paperback); ISBN 9781291985665 (E-book). Lulu.com, 2013. £30.00 (Paperback); £19.99 (E-book).
vol. 94 (2): 283-284
Royalists at War in Scotland and Ireland, 1638–1650. By Barry Robertson. Pp. xi, 224. ISBN: 9781409457473. Farnham: Ashgate, 2014. £70.00
vol. 94 (2): 284-286
Scotland in the Age of Two Revolutions. Edited by Sharon Adams and Julian Goodare. Pp. xiv, 253. ISBN: 9781843839392. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 2014. £65.00.
vol. 94 (2): 286-287
Living with Jacobitism, 1690–1788: The Three Kingdoms and Beyond. Edited by Allan I. Macinnes, Kieran German and Lesley Graham. Pp. 288. ISBN: 9781848934702. London and Vermont: Pickering and Chatto, 2014. £60.00.
vol. 94 (2): 287-289
Treasury Control and Public Expenditure in Scotland, 1885–1979. Edited by Ian Levitt. Pp. xiv, 277. ISBN: 9780197265796 Oxford: Published for the British Academy by Oxford University Press, 2014. £60.00.
vol. 94 (2): 289-291

Volume 94 (1)

Power and Patronage across the North Channel: Hugh de Lacy, St Andrews and the Anglo-Scottish Crisis of 1209
vol. 94 (1): 1-23
Intellectual Change before the Enlightenment: Scotland, the Netherlands and the Reception of Cartesian Thought, 1650–1700
vol. 94 (1): 24-47