Review of Scottish culture.

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JohnDonald, National Museums of Scotland , Edinburgh
Statementedited by Alexander Fenton with Hugh Cheape and Rosalind K. Marshall.
ContributionsFenton, Alexander., National Museums of Scotland.
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii,112 p. :
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Open LibraryOL21548976M
ISBN 100859762513
OCLC/WorldCa228271763

Review of Scottish Culture Founded inthe Review of Scottish Culture is an international, fully peer-reviewed journal that encourages multi- and interdisciplinary research with a focus on the social and cultural history of Scotland from earliest times to.

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A wide-ranging introduction to Scottish culture, this book examines the central place of Scottish cultural studies within British cultural studies, describing the changing relationship of Scotland and the union as a whole.

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An overview of Scottish culture from the time of union with England and Wales up to and through the moment of devolution to the present.

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