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 (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
Homicide in Eighteenth-Century Scotland: Numbers and Theories
vol. 94 (1): 48-73
Antislavery Orthodoxy: Isaac Nelson and the Free Church of Scotland, c. 1843–65
vol. 94 (1): 74-99
Beyond the Gododdin: Dark Age Scotland in Medieval Wales. The Proceedings of a Day-Conference Held on 19 February 2005. Edited by Alex Woolf. Pp. 204. ISBN: 9780951257388. St Andrews: Committee for Dark Age Studies, 2013. £15.00.
vol. 94 (1): 100-101
‘Ecclesia Nidrosiensis’ and ‘Noregs veldi’: The role of the Church in the making of Norwegian domination in the Norse World. Edited by Steinar Imsen. Pp. 367. ISBN: 9788232101757. Trondheim: Akademika, 2012. NOK 350.00.
vol. 94 (1): 102-103
The English Isles: Cultural Transmission and Political Conflict in Britain and Ireland, 1100–1500. Edited by Seán Duffy and Susan Foran. Pp. 186. ISBN: 9781846822230. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2013.
vol. 94 (1): 104-105
English Identity and Political Culture in the Fourteenth Century. By Andrea Ruddick. Pp. xiv, 356. ISBN: 9781107007260. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013. £65.00.
vol. 94 (1): 105-107
Power and Propaganda; Scotland, 1306–1488. By Katie Stevenson. Pp. viii, 240. ISBN: 9780748645879. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2014. £55.00.
vol. 94 (1): 107-109
Crime and Community in Reformation Scotland: Negotiating Power in a Burgh Society. By J.R.D. Falconer. Pp. xiv, 214. ISBN: 9781848933279. London and Brookfield: Pickering and Chatto, 2013. £60.00.
vol. 94 (1): 109-110
The Plantation of Ulster. Ideology and Practice. Edited by Micheál Ó Siochrú and Eamonn Ó Ciardha. Pp. 304. ISBN: 9780719086083. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2012. £70.00.
vol. 94 (1): 110-112
The Sixth Scottish University. The Scots Colleges Abroad: 1575 to 1799. By Tom McInally. Pp. ix, 226. ISBN: 9789004214262. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2012. €102.00.
vol. 94 (1): 112-113
Ourselves and Others: Scotland, 1832–1914. By Graeme Morton. Pp. viii, 320. ISBN: 9780748620494. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2012. £19.99. ; A New Race of Men: Scotland, 1815–1914. By Michael Fry. Pp. xiv, 466. ISBN: 9781780271422. Edinburgh: B
vol. 94 (1): 113-115
Scottish Women: A Documentary History, 1780–1914. Edited by Esther Breitenbach, Linda Fleming, S. Karly Kehoe, and Lesley Orr. Pp. xii, 340. ISBN: 9780748640164. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2013. £80.00.
vol. 94 (1): 115-117
The Forgotten Kindertransportees: The Scottish Experience. By Frances Williams. Pp. 312. ISBN: 9781780938035. London: Bloomsbury, 2014. £65.00.
vol. 94 (1): 117-119
Scotland No More? The Scots who left Scotland in the Twentieth Century. By Marjory Harper. Pp. 280, xiii. ISBN: 9781908373359. Edinburgh: Luath Press, 2012. £14.99; $29.95.
vol. 94 (1): 119-120

Volume 93 (2)

Bannockburn, World War I and the Referendum
vol. 93 (2): 161-170
Charles A. McKean (1946–2013)
vol. 93 (2): 171-176
Patriotism, Public Opinion and the ‘People's Chair’ of Scottish History and Literature
vol. 93 (2): 177-194
The Emergence and Transformation of Medieval Cumbria
vol. 93 (2): 195-216