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Riassunto: Written by his former colleagues and students—who are now leading historians—the essays in this resource are a tribute to William Ferguson, a pioneering scholar who has published major work on modern Scottish history and its importance to the Scottish identity. These accounts reflect the impressive range of Ferguson?s interests, from medieval history to present day, and pay homage to both his controversial subjects as well as his contribution to the revival of Scottish history as part of Scottish culture and politics.
L'autore: Alexander Murdoch is a lecturer of Scottish history at the University of Edinburgh. Edward J. Cowan is a professor of Scottish history at Glasgow University. Richard J. Finlay is a professor and the head of the history department at the University of Strathclyde.
Titolo: The Scottish Nation – Identity and History: ...
Casa editrice: Birlinn Ltd
Data di pubblicazione: 2008
Condizione libro: very good
Descrizione libro John Donald Publishers Ltd, 2007. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Very Good. Condizione sovraccoperta: Very Good. Hardback in Very Good condition, with dust jacket, also in Very Good condition. With index. The Scottish Nation: Identity and History - Essays in Honour of William Ferguson. William Ferguson is a pioneering scholar who has published major work on modern Scottish history and its importance to 'the identity of the Scottish nation' (the title of his last published book). The essays in this volume were specially written by former colleagues and students of Ferguson, including some of Scotland's leading historians, to reflect the impressive range of his interests, from the medieval/early modern period to the present. He has never been afraid to be controversial, and if the essays in this volume do not fully reflect the controversial quality of some of his work, they demonstrate the importance of his contribution to the modern revival of Scottish history as part of Scottish culture and politics. Codice libro della libreria 004873