Bibliographic update July 2014: All

Scottish Archaeological Journal

Finds assemblages from developer-funded archaeological investigations: making the most of our opportunities
vol. 32 (1): 29-44
Towards improved archaeological archiving in Scotland
vol. 32 (1): 45-56
SERFing in the Scottish heartlands: artefacts and the research strategy
vol. 32 (1): 57-72
Mapping material culture: exploring the interface between museum artefacts and their geographical context
vol. 32 (1): 73-93

Scottish Historical Review

Our Friend in the North: The Origins, Evolution and Appeal of the Cult of St Duthac of Tain in the Later Middle Ages
vol. 93 (1): 1-28
Episcopacy in the Mind of Robert Baillie, 1637–1662
vol. 93 (1): 29-55
Poems and Festivals, Art and Artefact and the Commemoration of Robert Burns, c.1844–c.1896
vol. 93 (1): 56-79
Official Histories of Parliament and the Nature of the Union of 1707: A Forgotten Episode in Anglo-Scottish Academic Relations
vol. 93 (1): 80-108
‘The Earl and the Doctor’: Richard Jebb, James Donaldson and University Politics in Victorian Scotland
vol. 93 (1): 109-141
The Architecture of the Scottish Medieval Church, 1100–1560. By Richard Fawcett. Pp. xiii, 456. ISBN: 9780300170498. New Haven and London: Yale University Press (published for the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art), 2011. £50.00.
vol. 93 (1): 142-144
‘Of Laws of Ships and Shipmen’: Medieval Maritime Law and its Practice in Urban Northern Europe. By Edda Frankot. Pp. xiv, 223. ISBN: 9780748646241. Surrey: Edinburgh University Press for Scottish Historical Review Monographs, 2012. £45.00.
vol. 93 (1): 144-145
Short Scottish Prose Chronicles. Edited by Dan Embree, Edward Donald Kennedy and Kathleen Daly, with Latin translations by Susan Edgington. Pp. ix, 395. ISBN: 9781843837459. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 2012. £60.00.
vol. 93 (1): 146-147
Scots in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, 16th–18th Centuries: The Formation and Disappearance of an Ethnic Group. By Peter Paul Bajer. Pp. xxviii, 588. ISBN: 9789004212473. Leiden: Brill, 2012. €161.00.
vol. 93 (1): 147-149
A King Translated: The Writings of James VI & I and their Interpretation in the Low Countries, 1593–1603. By Astrid Stilma. Pp. xi, 324. ISBN: 9780754661887. Farnham: Ashgate, 2012. £70.00.
vol. 93 (1): 149-151
The Community of the College of Justice: Edinburgh and the Court of Session 1687–1808. By John Finlay. Pp. viii, 296. ISBN: 9780748645770. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2012. £75.00.
vol. 93 (1): 151-152
The Stuarts in Italy, 1719–1766: A Royal Court in Permanent Exile. By Edward T. Corp. Pp. xi, 416. ISBN: 9780521513272. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. £62.00.
vol. 93 (1): 153-154
The Spirit of the Union: Popular Politics in Scotland, 1815–1820. By Gordon Pentland. Pp. x, 205. ISBN: 9781851961535. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2011. £60.00.
vol. 93 (1): 154-156
‘Send Back the Money!’ The Free Church of Scotland and American Slavery. By Iain Whyte. Pp. 175. ISBN: 9780227173893. Cambridge: James Clarke & Co., 2012. £20.00.
vol. 93 (1): 156-158
Scotland and the 19th-Century World. Edited by Gerard Carruthers, David Goldie and Alastair Renfrew. Pp. 285. ISBN: 9789042035621. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2012. £51.00.
vol. 93 (1): 158-160

Settler Colonial Studies

Settler colonialism, conflicts, and genocide: interactions between hunter-gatherers and settlers in Kenya, and Zimbabwe and northern Botswana†
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