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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 <www.benlawers.org.uk/upland.html > 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 http://www.freshwaters.org.uk/resources/documents/upland_waters_2005.php.

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, www.britarch.ac.uk/msrg/pomlasedinboroughsummary.htm

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 <http://www.rps.ac.uk/ > 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 <http://www.scottishgraveyards.org.uk >  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 <http://www.britarch.ac.uk/research/community >  Accessed 28 December 2011.

Council of Europe 2000 European Landscape Convention [online] Available at <http://conventions.coe.int/Treaty/en/Treaties/Html/176.htm > Accessed 28 December 2011.

Council of Europe 2008 Guidelines for the Implementation of the European Landscape Convention [online]<http://www.coe.int/t/dg4/cultureheritage/heritage/landscape/versionsorie... > 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 http://www.gowanba99.freeserve.co.uk/librarys/index.html 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: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/humanities/research/archaeologyresearch/pro...

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 < http://iucn-uk-peatlandprogramme.org/sites/all/files/Review%207%20Histor... > 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 < http://www.sbes.stir.ac.uk/people/golding/documents/SEESOILVolume16_2005... 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.

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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 <http://www.historic-scotland.gov.uk/shep-july-2009.pdf > Accessed 28 December 2011.

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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.

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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

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