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Adam, R J (ed) 1960 John Home’s survey of Assynt Scottish Historical Society: Edinburgh, 3rd Series, Volume 52.

Adamson, D 2008 ‘A coal mine in the sea: Culross and the Moat Pit’, Scottish Archaeological Journal 30, 161-199.

Ambrose, T (ed) 1989 Presenting Scotland's History Scottish Museums council: Edinburgh

Anon 1968 ‘Editorial’, Post-medieval Archaeology 1, 1-2.

Appel, L (forthcoming) ‘Scots and Englishmen in Elsinore’, in Belford, P., Cranstone, D., Harnow, H., and Host-Medsen, L (eds) Across the North Sea: Later Historical Archaeology in Britain and Denmark, c 1500-2000 AD (University of Southern Denmark, expected 2012)

Ascherson, N 2002 Stone Voices: the Search for Scotland Granta Books: London.

Atkinson, J A 2000 ‘Rural settlement on north Lochtayside: understanding the landscapes of change’, in Atkinson, J A., Banks, I and MacGregor, G (eds) Townships to Farmsteads: Rural Settlement Studies in Scotland, England, and Wales. Archaeopress: Oxford, 150-160.

Atkinson, J 2003 ‘Late Medieval bloomery sites: settlement and industry in the Scottish Highlands’, in Govan, S (ed) Medieval or Later Rural Settlement in Scotland: 10 Years On. Historic Scotland: Edinburgh, 35-43.

Atkinson, J A., Banks, I and MacGregor, G (eds) 2000 Townships to Farmsteads: Rural Settlement Studies in Scotland, England, and Wales. Archaeopress: Oxford.

Atkinson, J et al. 2003 ‘Survey at Edramucky and Meall Greigh’ and ‘Excavation at Kiltyrie and Meall Greigh’, GUARD Survey and Excavation reports Nos. 1470 and 1580. Also available at < > Accessed 23 December 2011.


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Barker, D 2005 ‘Pottery usage in a crofting community: an overview’, in Branigan, K From Clan to Clearance: History and Archaeology on the Isle of Barra c.850-1850 AD. Oxbow Books: Oxford, 111-122.

Barton, K J 1968 ‘The origins of the Society for Post-medieval Archaeology’, Post-medieval Archaeology 1, 102-103.

Basu, P 2000 ‘Sites of memory – sources of identity: landscape-narratives of the Sutherland Clearances’, , in Atkinson, J A., Banks, I and MacGregor, G (eds) Townships to Farmsteads: Rural Settlement Studies in Scotland, England, and Wales. Archaeopress: Oxford, 225-236.

Basu, P 2001 ‘Hunting down home: reflections on Homeland and the search for identity in the Scottish diaspora’, in Bender, B and Winer, M (eds) Contested Landscapes: Movement, Exile and Place. Berg: Oxford, 333-348.

Basu, P 2004 ‘My own island home: the Orkney homecoming’, Journal of Material Culture 9(1), 27-42.

Battarbee, R W., Curtis, C J. and Binney, H A (eds) 2005 The future of Britain's upland waters. Proceedings of a meeting held on 21st April 2004, Environmental Change Research Centre, University College London, downloaded from

Belford, P 2001 'Work, space and power in an English industrial slum: 'the Crofts', Sheffield, 1750-1850'. in Mayne, A and Murray, T (eds)The Archaeology of Urban Landscapes: Explorations in Slumland. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 106-117.

Berry, C J 1997 Social Theory of the Scottish Enlightenment, Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh.

Bertie, D M 1999 ‘A previously undescribed Scottish communion token from Keithhall, Aberdeenshire’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 129, 847-9.

Bil, A 1997 Shieling, 1600-1840, John Donald: Edinburgh

Bildhauer and Mills 2003 The Monstrous Middle Ages, University of Wales Press: Cardiff

Binford, L R 1981 ‘Behavioral archaeology and the "Pompeii premise"’, Journal of Anthropological Research 37(3), 195-208

Birks H J B., Juggins, S and Line, J M 1990 ‘Lake surface-water chemistry reconstructions from palaeolimnological data’ in Mason, B J (ed) The Surface Waters Acidification Programme, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 301-313.

den Blaauwen, A L 1979 (ed) Nederlands zilver 1580-1830 Rijksmuseum: Amsterdam

Boyle, S D 1994 Braes of Doune: An Archaeological Survey. RCAHMS: Edinburgh

Boyle, S D 1998 Forts, Farms and Furnaces: Archaeology in the Central Scotland Forest RCAHMS: Edinburgh

Boyle, S 2007 ‘Just some huts in the hills? Shielings and upland pasture on Ben Lawers, Perthshire’, summarised in Perceptions of Medieval Landscape and Settlement: Working and Sharing,

Breen, C 2006 ‘Social archaeologies of Utopian settlements in Ireland’, International Journal of Historical Archaeology 10(1), 35-48

Brockman, A and Barton, K 2009 ‘Air photographs, Military archaeology and human memory - a case study from South East London’, in Stichelbaut, B., Bourgeois, J., Saunders, N and  Chielens, P (eds) Images of Conflict: Military Aerial Photography and Archaeology, Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 221-240.

Brook, A J S 1907 ‘Communion tokens of the Established Church of Scotland: Sixteenth, Seventeenth, Eighteenth Centuries’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 41, 453-604

Brooks, A 1997 Beyond the fringe: nineteenth-century transfer prints and the internationalisation of the Celtic Myth, International Journal of Historical Archaeology 1(1), 39-55.

Brooks, A 1999 ‘Building Jerusalem: transfer-printed finewares and the creation of British identity’, in Tarlow, S and West, S (eds) The Familiar Past? Archaeologies of Later Historical Britain. Routledge: London, 51-65.

Brown, K M et al. (eds) 2007-9 The Records of the Parliaments of Scotland to 1707, St Andrews. Available at < > Accessed 28 December 2011.

Buckland, P C., Sadler, J P and Sveinbjarnardottir, G 1992 ‘Palaeoecological investigations at Reykholt, western Iceland’, in Morris, C and Rackham, J (eds) Norse and later settlement and subsistence in the North Atlantic. Department of Archaeology, University of Glasgow: Archetype Publications Ltd, 149–168.

Burns, T 1892 Old Scottish communion plate R and R Clark: Edinburgh


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Caldwell, D C 2010 ‘The Defence of the Scottish Border’, Journal of the Sydney Society for Scottish History 12, 59-82.

Caldwell, D H and Ewart, G 1998 ‘Excavations at Eyemouth, Berwickshire, in a mid 16th-century trace italienne Fort’, Post-Medieval Archaeology 31, 61-119.

Campbell, C 1987 The Romantic ethic and the spirit of modern consumerism. Blackwell: Oxford

Carved Stones Adviser Project 2003 An Introduction to Graveyard Recording (Council for Scottish Archaeology and Historic Scotland ) Available from < >  Accessed 28 December 2011.

Casey, M 2010 ‘A Patina of Age: Elizabeth Macquarie (née) Campbell and the Influence of the Buildings and Landscape of Argyll, Scotland, in Colonial New South Wales’, International Journal of Historical Archaeology 14(3), 335-356.

Chambers, F M., Mauquoy, D and Todd, P A 1999 ‘Recent rise to dominance of Molinia caerulea in environmentally sensitive areas: new perspectives from palaeoecological data’, Journal of Applied Ecology 36, 719-33.

Charlestone, R J 1984 English glass George Allen and Unwin: London

Charman, D J., Caseldine, C., Baker, A., Gearey, B., Hatton, J and Proctor, C 2001 ‘Paleohydrological records from peat profiles and speleotherms in Sutherland, northwest Scotland’, Quaternary Research 55, 223–234.

Cheape, H 1993 ‘Crogans and Barvas Ware: handmade pottery in the Hebrides’, Scottish Studies 31, 109-128.

Cheape, H 1997 'Shielings in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland', Folk Life 35, 7-24.

Cherryson, A., Crossland, Z and Tarlow, S (in press) The archaeology of death and burial in post-medieval Britain and Ireland. Leicester Archaeological Monographs: Leicester

Clarke, P and Claydon, T (eds) 2010 ‘God's Bounty? The Church and the Natural World’, Studies in Church History 46, Boydell and Brewer: Woodbridge.

Clow, A and Clow N L 1952 The Chemical Revolution The Batchworth Press: London

Cook, M 2008 London and the Culture of Homosexuality, 1885-1914 Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

Coster, W and Spicer, A 2005 Sacred Space in Early Modern Europe, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge

Council for British Archaeology (CBA) 2010 Community Archaeology in the UK: Recent Findings [online] Available at < >  Accessed 28 December 2011.

Council of Europe 2000 European Landscape Convention [online] Available at < > Accessed 28 December 2011.

Council of Europe 2008 Guidelines for the Implementation of the European Landscape Convention [online]< > Accessed 28 December 2011.

Cowan, I B 1961 'The Development of the Parochial System in Medieval Scotland' Scottish Historical Review 40, 43-55.

Cowan, I B 1967 The parishes of medieval Scotland, Scottish Record Society: Edinburgh

Cowley, D C 1993 Strath of Kildonan: An Archaeological Survey. RCAHMS: Edinburgh.

Cowley, D C 1994 Glenesslin, Nithsdale: An Archaeological Survey. RCAHMS: Edinburgh.

Cowley, D C., Guy, J A and Henderson, D M 1999The Sheriffmuir ‘Atlantic Wall’: an archaeological survey on part of the Whitestone military range’, Forth Naturalist and Historian 22, 107-16.

Cowley, D., Standring, R and Abicht, M (eds) 2010 Landscapes through the lens: aerial photographs and the historic environment. Oxbow: Oxford

Cranstone, D (forthcoming)  Packaging the iron industry: technological change and punctuated equilibrium, Historical Metallurgy Society Monograph (forthcoming)

Crawford, I A 1968 ‘The divide between medieval and post-medieval in Scotland’, Post-medieval Archaeology 1, 84-89.

Crawford, J C 1996 'The ideology of mutual improvement in Scottish working class libraries', Library History 12, 49-61

Cremin, A and Jack, I 1994 Australia’s Age of Iron: History and Archaeology Oxford University Press: Oxford

Leadhills Reading Society [online] Available at Accessed 28 December 2011.

Crone, A and Watson, F 2003 ‘Sufficiency to scarcity: medieval Scotland, 500-1500’, in Smout, T C (ed) People and woods in Scotland: a history. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, 60-81.

Crossland, Z 2010 'Materiality and Embodiment'. in Hicks, D and Beaudry, M (eds) The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies (Ms No. 19). Oxford University Press: Oxford, 386-405

Crossley, D 1990 Post-medieval Archaeology in Britain. Leicester University Press: Leicester.


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Dalglish, C 2001 ‘Rural Settlement in the Age of Reason: An Archaeology of Capitalism in the Scottish Highlands’ and ‘Archaeologies of Capitalism. Theory, Method and the Reconsideration of the Scottish Highlands’, Archaeological Dialogues 8.1, 2-23 and 35-43.

Dalglish, C 2003 Rural Society in the Age of Reason: An Archaeology of the Emergence of Modern Life in the Southern Scottish Highlands. Kluwer/Plenum: New York

Dalglish, C 2005a ‘An age of transition? Castles and the Scottish Highland estate in the 16th and 17th centuries’, Post-Medieval Archaeology 39(2), 243-266.

Dalglish, C 2005b ‘Urban myths: rethinking the archaeology of the modern Scottish city’, Scottish Archaeological Journal 27(2), 147-183.

Dalglish, C 2009 ’Understanding landscape: inter-disciplinary dialogue and the post-medieval countryside’, in Horning, A and Palmer, M (eds) Crossing Paths or Sharing Tracks? Future Directions in the Archaeological Study of post-1550 Britain and Ireland. Boydell Press: Woodbridge, 233-254.

Dalglish, C 2010 ‘For the community: Scottish historical archaeology and the politics of land reform’, International Journal of Historical Archaeology 14(3), 374-397.

Dalglish, C (ed) (forthcoming) Archaeology, the Public and the Recent Past. Society for Post-medieval Archaeology Monograph Series. Boydell and Brewer: Woodbridge.

Dalglish, C and Given, M 2009 SERF 2009: Report on Landscape Survey. Available at:

Davidson, D A., Dercon, G., Stewart, M and Watson, F 2006 ‘The legacy of past urban waste disposal on local soils’, Journal of Archaeological Science 33, 778-783.

Davidson, D A., Wilson, C A., Meharg, A., Stutter, C., Edwards, K J 2007 ‘The legacy of past manuring practices on soil contamination in remote rural areas’, Environment International 33, 78-83.

Davies, A L 2010 ‘Palaeoecology, management, and restoration in the Scottish Highlands’, in Hall, M (ed) Restoration and history: the search for a useable environmental past, Routledge: Abingdon, 74-86.

Davies, A L 2011 ‘Long-term approaches to native woodland restoration: Palaeoecological and stakeholder perspectives on Atlantic forests of Northern Europe’, Forest Ecology and Management 261, 751–763.

Davies, A L and Dixon, P 2007 ‘Reading the pastoral landscape: palynological and historical evidence for the impacts of long-term grazing on Wether Hill, Cheviot foothills, Northumberland’, Landscape History 29, 35-45.

Davies, A L and Watson, F 2007 ‘Understanding the changing value of natural resources: an integrated palaeoecological-historical investigation into grazing-woodland interactions by Loch Awe, Western Highlands of Scotland’, Journal of Biogeography 34, 1777-1791.

Dawkins R 1976 The Selfish Gene Oxford University Press: Oxford

Dawson, J 2007 Scotland Re-formed, 1488-1587 New Edinburgh History of Scotland Vol 6: Edinburgh

>Denholm, P C 1982 `Mid 18th century tin-glazed earthenwares from the Delftfield Pottery, Glasgow: excavation at the Broomielaw, 1975, with a note on ceramic exports from the Clyde, 1742-1773' Post-Medieval Archaeology 16, 39-84.

Devine, T M 1994 Clanship to crofters' war: the social transformation of the Scottish Highlands. Manchester University Press: Manchester.

Devine, T M 2003 Scotland’s Empire 1600-1815 Allen Lane: London

Dick, R 1902 Scottish communion tokens other than those of the Established Church Edinburgh

Dickson, C and Dickson, J 2000 Plants and People in Ancient Scotland Tempus: Stroud

Dixon, P J 1993 Waternish, Skye and Lochalsh District, Highland Region: An Archaeological Survey. RCAHMS: Edinburgh.

Dixon, P J 1994 Southdean, Borders: An Archaeological Survey. RCAHMS: Edinburgh.

Dixon, P J 1995 Mar Lodge Estate, Grampian: An Archaeological Survey. Edinburgh, RCAHMS.

Dixon, P 2009 ‘Hunting, summer grazing and settlement: competing land use in the uplands of Scotland’, Medieval Rural Settlement in Marginal Landscapes, Ruralia VII, BREPOLS, 27-46.

Dixon, P and Fraser, I 2007 ‘Chapter 8: The medieval and later landscape’ in RCAHMS In the Shadow of Bennachie: A field archaeology of Donside, Aberdeenshire Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh, 137-214.

DiZerega Wall, D 1994 The archaeology of gender: separating the spheres in urban America. Plenum: New York

Dobres, M and Robb, J (eds) 2000 Agency in Archaeology. Routledge: Oxon

Dodgshon, R A 1998 From Chiefs to Landlords: Social and Economic Change in the Western Highlands and Islands, c.1493-1820. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh.

Dodgshon, R A, 2004 ‘Coping with risk: subsistence crises in the Scottish highlands and islands, 1600-1800’, Rural History 15, 1-25.

Dodgshon, R A and Olsson, G A 2006 ‘Heather moorland in the Scottish Highlands: the history of a cultural landscape, 1600-1880’. Journal of Historical Geography 32, 21-37.

Donaldson, G and Radford, C A Ralegh, 1951 ‘Post-Reformation Church at Whithorn’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 85, 117-33.

Donnachie, I L 1971 The Industrial Archaeology of Galloway David and Charles: Newton Abbot

Donnelly, C and Murphy, E 2008 ‘The origins of cillini in Ireland’. In  Murphy, E (ed) Deviant burial in the archaeological record. Oxbow Books: Oxford, 191-223

Douglas, G and Oglethorpe, M 1993 Brick, Tile and Fireclay Industries in Scotland RCAHMS: Edinburgh.

Dransart, P and Bogdan, N Q 2004 ‘The material culture of recusancy at Fetternear: kin and religion in post-Reformation Scotland’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 134, 457-470.

Driscoll, S T 2010 ‘Scottish historical archaeology: international agendas and local politics’, International Journal of Historical Archaeology 14(3), 442-462.

Dull, R A 1999 ‘Palynological evidence for 19th century grazing-induced vegetation change in the southern Sierra Nevada, California, USA’, Journal of Biogeography 26, 899–912.

Dunbar, J G 1996 ‘The Post Reformation Church in Scotland: The emergence of the Reformed Church in Scotland’, in Blair, J and Pyrah, C (eds) Church Archaeology. Research Directions for the Future (CBA Research Report 104): London, 127-34.

Dyson Bruce, L., Dixon, P., Hingley, R and J Stevenson 1999 Historic Landuse Assessment (HLA): Development and Potential of a Technique for Assessing Historic Landuse Patterns. Historic Scotland/RCAHMS: Edinburgh.


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Easson, D E 1950 ‘French Protestants in Edinburgh’, Proceedings of the Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland 18(4), 325-44.

Easton, D 2009 ‘The Scottish home front 1939-45: gathering information on military and civilian structures from RAF and Luftwaffe aerial coverage of Scotland’, in Stichelbaut, B., Bourgeois, J.,  Saunders, N and  Chielens, P (eds) Images of Conflict: Military Aerial Photography and Archaeology, Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 259-280.

Emery, N 1996 The archaeology and ethnology of St. Kilda No. 1: archaeological excavations on Hirta 1986-1990. HMSO: Edinburgh.

Emery, N 1999 ‘St. Kilda: excavations in a 19th century Hebridean village’, in Egan, G and Michael, R L (eds) Old and New Worlds. Oxbow Books: Oxford, 165-170.

Emery, N 2000 The impact of the outside world on St. Kilda: the artifact evidence, in Atkinson, J A., Banks, I and MacGregor, G (eds) Townships to Farmsteads: Rural Settlement Studies in Scotland, England, and Wales. Archaeopress: Oxford, 161-166.

English Heritage 2006 Apethorpe Hall, Apethorpe, Northamptonshire : survey, research and analysis by the English Heritage Apethorpe Hall Research Team; directed by John Cattell. English Heritage: Cambridge


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Fairhurst, H 1960 'Scottish clachans', Scottish Geographical Magazine, 76, 67-76.

Farmer, J.G., MacKenzie, A B., Eades, L J., Kirika, A., Bailey-Watts, A E  1997 ‘Influences on the extent and record of heavy metal pollution in sediment cores from Loch Tay in a mineralised area of Scotland’. Journal of Geochemical Exploration 58, 195-202.

Fawcett, R., Oram, R and Luxford, J 2010 ‘Scottish Medieval Parish Churches: The Evidence from the Dioceses of Dunblane and Dunkeld’, The Antiquaries Journal 99, 261-98.

Fenton, A 1976 Scottish Country Life John Donald: Edinburgh

Fenton, A and Walker, B 1981 The Rural Architecture of Scotland John Donald: Edinburgh

Finlay, N 2000 'Outside of Life: infant burials from cillin to cist'. World Archaeology 31(3), 407-22

Fleming, A 2000 ‘St. Kilda, community, and the wider world’, Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 19, 348-368.

Fry, M 2001 The Scottish Empire. Tuckwell Press: East Lothian and Birlinn: Edinburgh.

Fowler, D and Battarbee, R 2005 'Climate change and pollution in the mountains: the nature of change' in Thompson, D E B A., Price, M F and Galbraith, C (eds) Mountains of Northern Europe: Conservation management, people and nature  Scottish Natural Heritage: Edinburgh

Foster, S and Smout, T C (eds) 1994 The History of Soils and Field Systems.Scottish Cultural Press: Aberdeen

Fowler,  C 2002 ‘Body parts: personhood and materiality in the earlier Manx neolithic’, in Hamilakis, Y., Pluciennik, M and Tarlow, S (eds) Thinking through the body: archaeologies of corporeality. Kluwer Academic: New York , 46-69

Fowler, C 2004 The Archaeology of Personhood: An anthropological approach. Routledge: London

Fraser, A 1995 The Gypsies Blackwell: Oxford

Fraser, S M 2000 ‘The Materiality of Desire: Building alternative histories for a Hebridean crofting community’, Archaeol. J. 157, 375-98.


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Gaimster, D 1994 ‘The archaeology of post-medieval society, c.1450-1750: material culture studies in Britain since the war’, in Vyner, B (ed) Building on the Past: Papers Celebrating 150 Years of the Royal Archaeological Institute. Royal Archaeological Institute: London, 283-312.

Gaimster, D and Gilchrist, R (eds) 2003 The Archaeology of the Reformation, 1480-1580. Maney: Leeds.

Gazin-Schwartz, A 2001 ‘Archaeology and folklore of material culture, ritual, and everyday life’, International Journal of Historical Archaeology 5(4), 263-280.

Geddes, J (ed) 2000 King's College Chapel, Aberdeen, 1500-2000. Maney: Leeds

Gearey, B et al. 2010 Importance of Peatlands for the Historic Environment. Report to IUCN UK Peatland Programme, Commission of Inquiry into Peatland Restoration. Available at < > Accessed 28 December 2012.

Gifford, J 1992 Highland and Islands, The buildings of Scotland series Penguin: London

Gilchrist, R 2005 ‘Introduction: scales and voices in world historical archaeology’, World Archaeology 37(3), 329-336.

Gilchrist, R 2008 ‘Magic for the dead? The archaeology of magic in later medieval burials’, Medieval Archaeology 52, 119-159.

Giles, K 2007 ‘Seeing and believing: visuality and space in pre-modern England’, World Archaeology 39, 105-21.

Girouard, M 1990 The English town. Yale University Press: New Haven

Given, M 2004 The Archaeology of the Colonized. Routledge: London

Glendinning, M and Wade Martin, S 2008 Buildings of the Land: Scotland’s Farms 1750-2000  RCAHMS: Edinburgh.

Golding, K A and Davidson D A 2005 ‘The effect of past waste disposal on soils near to Scottish Burghs’, SEESOIL Journal of South East England Soils Discussion Group 16, 28-36. Also available at < Accessed 28 December 2011.

Gould S J 1989 Wonderful Life: The Burgess Shale and the Nature of History W W Norton: New York

Gould S J 1999  ‘Introduction: The scales of contingency and punctuation in history’, in Bintliff, J L (ed) 1999, Structure and Contingency: Evolutionary processes in life and human society Leicester University Press: London, ix-xxii

Gould S J 2002 The Structure of Evolutionary Theory Harvard University Press: Cambridge, Mass.

Gouriévidis, L 2010 The dynamics of heritage: history, memory and the Highland clearances. Ashgate: Farnham.

Gray, I M 1996 'Survey of Dean of Guild Court records', in Bailey, R M (ed) Scottish architects' papers: a source book. Rutland Press: Edinburgh, 169-203.

Graves, P C 2007 ‘Sensing and believing : exploring worlds of difference in pre-modern England : a contribution to the debate opened by Kate Giles’, World Archaeology 39, 515-31.

Green, S 1996 ‘The Post Reformation Church in Scotland: Disruption, unification and the aftermath: the church in Scotland, 1700-1900’, in Blair, J and Pyrah, C (eds) Church Archaeology. Research Directions for the Future (CBA Research Report 104): London, 134-43.


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Hall, M and Silliman, S W (eds) 2006 Historical Archaeology Blackwell: Oxford.

Hallen, A W C 1888 ‘Huguenots in Scotland’, Proceedings of the Huguenot Society of London 2, 166-81

Halvorson, M and Spierling, K (eds) 2008 Defining the Community in Early Modern Europe, Ashgate: Aldershot

Hamilakis, Y 2002 ‘The past as oral history: towards an archaeology of the senses’, in Hamilakis, Y., Pluciennik, M and Tarlow, S (eds) Thinking through the body: archaeologies of corporeality. Kluwer Academic: New York, 121-136

Hamilton, A., Watson, F., Davies, A L and Hanley, N 2009 ‘Interdisciplinary conversations: the collective model’, in Warde, P and Sorlin, S (eds) Nature's End. History and the Environment. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, 162-187.

Hanley, N., Davies, A., Angelopoulos, K., Hamilton, A., Ross, A., Tinch, D and Watson, F 2008 ‘Economic determinants of biodiversity change over a 400 year period in the Scottish uplands’, Journal of Applied Ecology 45, 1557-1565.

Hay, G 1957 The Architecture of Scottish Post-Reformation Churches, 1560-1843 Oxford University Press: Oxford.

Henderson, L and Cowan, E J 2001 Scottish Fairy Belief: A History. Tuckwell Press: East Linton.

Hetherington, D 2008 ‘Eurasian Lynx in Britain and the potential for its reintroduction’, British Wildlife Dec 2008, 77-86.

Hicks, D and Beaudry, M C (eds) 2006 The Cambridge Companion to Historical Archaeology. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

Higgs, D (ed) 1999 Queer sites: gay urban histories since 1600 Routledge: London

Hills, R 2001 ‘James Watt and the Delftfield Pottery, Glasgow’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 131, 375-420.

Hindle, S 2008 ‘Beating the Bounds of the Parish: Power, Memory and Identity in the English Local Community, c. 1500-1700’, in Halvorson, M and Spierling, K (eds) 2008 Defining the Community in Early Modern Europe, Ashgate: Aldershot, 205-228.

Historic Scotland 2009 Scottish Historic Environment Policy. Historic Scotland: Edinburgh. Also available at < > Accessed 28 December 2011.

Hoggard, B 2004 'The archaeology of counter-witchcraft and popular magic' in W. de Blecourt and O. Davies (eds) Beyond the Witch Trials: Witchcraft and Magic in Enlightenment Europe. Manchester University Press: Manchester.

Holl, K and Smith, M 2007 ‘Scottish upland forests: History lessons for the future’, Forest Ecology and Management 249, 45-53.

Holroyd, S  2007 ‘"Rich embrodered churchstuffe": the vestments of Helena Wintour’, in Corthell, R., Dolan, F E., Highley, C and Marotti, A F (eds) Catholic culture in early modern England Notre Dame: IN, 73-116

Horning, A 2004 ‘Archaeological Explorations of Cultural Identity and Rural Economy in the North of Ireland: Goodland, Co. Antrim’, International Journal of Historical Archaeology 8(3), 199-216.

Horning, A and Palmer, M (eds) 2009 Crossing Paths or Sharing Tracks? Future Directions in the Archaeological Study of post-1550 Britain and Ireland. Boydell Press: Woodbridge.

Houlbrook,  M 2005 Queer London : perils and pleasures in the sexual metropolis, 1918-1957 Chicago University Press: Chicago

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Howard, D 1995 Scottish Architecture: Reformation to Restoration 1560-1660 Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh (see especially chapter 5)

Howard, D and Moretti, L 2009 Sound and Space in Renaissance Venice Yale University Press: London

Huang, C C and O’Connell, M O 2000 ‘Recent land-use and soil-erosion history within a small catchment in Connemara, western Ireland: evidence from lake sediments and documentary sources’, Catena 41, 293–335.

Hudson, F 1984 Scottish Clockmakers: a brief History up to 1900 (privately printed)

Hume, J R 1974 The Industrial Archaeology of Glasgow Blackie: Glasgow

Hume, J R 1976 The Industrial Archaeology of Scotland: The Lowlands and Borders B.T. Batsford: London

Hume, J R 1977 The Industrial Archaeology of Scotland: The Highlands and Islands B.T. Batsford: London

Hume, J R 2005 Scotland’s Best Churches Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh

Hume, J R., Burnett, J., Turner, W and Whittaker, C 1990 Scotland’s Industrial Past National Museums of Scotland and Scottish Museums Council: Edinburgh

Hutchinson, S M 2003 ‘Environmental archives of heavy metal pollution or contaminated land? A case study of former water powered industrial sites in South Yorkshire, UK’. Journal de Physique IV, 107, 645-648.


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Johnson, M 1996 An Archaeology of Capitalism. Blackwell: Oxford

Johnson, M 2000 ‘Self-made men and the staging of agency’, in Dobres, M and Robb, J (eds) Agency in Archaeology. Routledge: Oxon, 213-231.

Johnson, M 2006 ‘The tide reversed: prospects and potentials for a postcolonial archaeology of Europe’, in Hall, M and Silliman, S W (eds) Historical Archaeology Blackwell: Oxford, 313-331.

Johnson, M 2007 Ideas of Landscape. Blackwell: Oxford

Jones, P D and Lister, D 2004 ‘The development of monthly temperature series for Scotland and Northern Ireland’, International Journal of Climatology 24, 569–590.

Juleff, G 2009 ‘Technology and evolution: a root and branch view of Asian iron from first-millenium BC Sri Lanka to Japanese steel’, World Archaeology, 41(4), 557-577


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Kernan, M., Rose, N L., Camarero, L., Piña, B and Grimalt, J 2005 ‘Contemporary and historical pollutant status of Scottish mountain lochs’, in Thompson, D B A.,  Price,  M F and Galbraith, C.A. (eds) Mountains of Northern Europe: conservation, management, people and nature, The Stationary Office Scotland: Edinburgh, 89-98.

Kerr, R and Lockie, J R 1953 ‘Further unpublished Scottish communion tokens’ Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 87 (1955 for 1952-53), 118-26

Kerr, R and Lockie, J R 1950 ‘Unpublished communion tokens of various Scottish churches’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 84 (1952 for 1949-50) 38-56

Kerr, R and Lockie, J R 1947 ‘Scottish Episcopal communion tokens’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 81 (1949 for 1946-7) 118-33

Kerr, R and Lockie, J R 1943 ‘Communion tokens of the Church of Scotland : nineteenth and twentieth centuries’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 77, 49-146

Kerr, R and Lockie, J R 1945 ‘Communion tokens of the Free Church of Scotland’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 79, 26-80

Kidd, C 1993 Subverting Scotland's Past, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

Knapp, A B and van Dommelen, P 2008 ‘Past practices: rethinking individuals and agents in archaeology’, Cambridge Archaeological Journal 18(1), 15-34.


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Lawrence, R 1994 ‘Environmental changes on the Bobong High Plains, 1850s to 1990s’, in Dovers, S (ed) Australian environmental history: essays and cases. Oxford University Press: Oxford, 167–197.

Le Beau, D 2011 Menstrie Glen: An Archaeology that Makes Sense; A phenomenological and G.I.S. approach to the study of a post-medieval landscape. Unpublished MRes Dissertation, University of Glasgow.

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ScARF Modern Panel report

Chris Dalglish & Sarah Tarlow (Editors and Panel Co-Chairs)

With panel contributions from: Rowan Julie Brown, David Caldwell, David Cranstone, Chris Dalglish, Althea Davies, Piers Dixon, Aonghus MacKechnie, Morgana McCabe, Tony Pollard, Andrew Spicer, Sarah Tarlow

For contributions, images, feedback, critical comment and participation at workshops: Donald Adamson, Tom Addyman, Derek Alexander, Stuart Campbell, Dave Cowley, Shannon Fraser, Michael Given, Miles Glendinning, Kevin Grant, Alex Hale, John Hume, Charles McKean, Alison Morrison-Low, John Pickin, Tanja Romankiewicz, and Mark Watson