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Books and information on studying Scottish culture
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The Centre for Scottish Studies at the Open University in Scotland
"Studying Scottish History, Literature and Culture".
which is a rewrite of the former Scottish Studies pack and is
a comprehensive and accessible introduction to the whole range of
What follows is copied from the printed flyer - the Web site isn't ready
196 pages, illustrated throughout.
* Historical topics covered include the Reformation, the Union, the
agricultural and industrial revolutions, government and politics, the
Highlands, towns and cities, developments since 1945
* Literature includes studies of early Scottish literature, major authors such as Burns, Scott, Hogg and Galt, Stevenson, Grassic Gibbon, Gaelic literature, the modern novel, poetry and drama.
* Cultural history before 1560, cultural effects of the reformation and
the Union, Enlightenment and Romanticism, questions of identity in the
The writing team, Angus Calder, Ian Donnachie, William Donnelly, George
Hewitt, Shiela Lodge and Glenda Norquay are all experts in their
Available for #12 + #1.50 post and packing from
The Open University in Scotland,
10, Drumsheugh Gardens,
Edinburgh EH3 7QJ
Sterling cheques only, no plastic. Or order it from your friendly local
bookshop - ISBN 0 7492 7349 6.
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