Professor Gerard Carruthers

  • Francis Hutcheson Chair of Scottish Literature (Scottish Literature)

telephone: 01413304286
email: Gerard.Carruthers@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests

Research interests

  •  History of Scottish Studies/Scottish Criticism
  • 18thC Scottish Literature
  • Literature, Politics & the Periodical Press in the 1790s
  • Robert Burns
  • Alexander Geddes
  • Walter Scott
  • James Bridie
  • Muriel Spark
  • Writing about Crime
  • Textual Editing & Book History

 

  • Principal Investigator, ‘Editing Robert Burns for the 21st Century’ [major AHRC-funded project, 2011-16]
  • General Editor of the new multi-volume edition of the Works of Robert Burns (Oxford University Press)
  • Co-Director of the Centre for Robert Burns Studies
  • Convener of the Burns Scotland Partnership (the National Burns Collection)  
  • University of Glasgow representative on the Abbotsford Library Joint Advisory Committee
  • Editor, Scottish Literary Review (peer reviewed periodical of the Association for Scottish Literary Studies)
  • Member of the editorial boards of: The Drouth, Eighteenth-Century Poetry, The John Clare Journal, Romantic Textualities; Scottish Studies International, Studies in Scottish Literature; international editorial board member, International Review of Scottish Studies
  • Member advisory boards for: Edinburgh Edition of Robert Louis Stevenson, Edinburgh Edition of the Poetry of Walter Scott
  • Council Member for the Association for Scottish Literary Studies (member also of Publications Committee); Scottish Catholic Historical Association.

Current Research Projects

General Editor, The Oxford Edition of the Works of Robert Burns.

Robert Burns, Patronage and the People. Monograph in progress.

Thomas Muir of Huntershill: Essays for the 21st Century [a volume being co-edited by Don Martin and myself for publication in late 2016, in which I have written or co-written three chapters].

The International Companion to John Galt [currently being co-edited by Colin Kidd and myself for publication by the Association for Scottish Literary Studies in 2017].

'Literature & Union' [with Professor Colin Kidd, University of St Andrews] Carnegie-funded project featuring workshops, 2013-15, other events and a collection of essays, Literature & Union, Scottish Texts, British Contexts from the Reformation to the Referendum to be published by Oxford University Press in 2017.

'The People's Voice: Scottish Political Poetry, Song and the Franchise, 1832-1918'. [Co-I] with Dr Catriona Macdonald, History [PI] and Prof Kirstie Blair, Strathclyde [Co-I]: a series of workshops, forthcoming web resources, other publications & symposia from 2014, part-funded by the Chancellor's Fund & a major Carnegie Trust grant (running until 2018).

I am also working on an assortment of essays on Allan Ramsay, editing Robert Burns, Nineteenth-century Scottish fiction, the commemoration of ‘Peterloo’ (1819), crime writing & Muriel Spark.

Biography

I was lecturer in the Department of English Studies, University of Strathclyde (1995- 2000), and Research Fellow at the Centre for Walter Scott Studies, University of Aberdeen (1993-5). I am a graduate of the universities of Glasgow and Strathclyde and of St Andrew's College of Education, Glasgow. My PhD thesis was on 'The Invention of Scottish Literature During the Long Eighteenth Century'.

 

Supervision

I am currently supervising PhD dissertations on Robert Burns, Thomas Carlyle, R.B. Cunninghame Graham and literary forgery; and an MPhil thesis on Dougal Graham

I have successfully supervised PhD dissertations on: Scottish Enlightenment Rhetoric, Robert Fergusson, Robert Burns (2), James Orr, Samuel Thomson, Robert Tannahill, Muriel Spark, Seamus Heaney, Alasdair Gray and on the Modern Scottish Republic of Letters; MLitt dissertations on the language of sentiment and on Scottish Literature and Medicine; MPhil theses on Robert Burns, Blackwood's Magazine & Gothic Fiction, Muriel Spark, 'Bunkermen & Lasses o' Pairts: Contemporary Scottish Fiction' and 'Utopian and Dystopian Landscapes in Twentieth-Century Scottish Literature'.

Additional information

I was external examiner for the Postgraduate taught courses in English Literature (2011-12) and the MA course in English Studies, University of Aberdeen (2007-11) and the BA course in Cultural Studies at the University of the Highlands and Islands (2001-6).

During the summer of 2002 I was W. Ormiston Roy Memorial Visiting Research Fellow at the University of South Carolina, Columbia, USA. During 2011 I was Visiting Professor in English Studies at the University of Wyoming and in 2012 Visiting Honorary Fellow at All Souls College, University of Oxford. I am a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.

University roles

  • Member of College of Arts Appeals Panel
  • Member of Senate Student Conduct Panel
  • GU representative & Chair, Panel D, Scottish Graduate School for the Arts & Humanities, under the aegis of the AHRC [I am currently ‘bought out’ 20 per cent of my time for this role]

Publications

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Number of items: 128.

2015

Black, R., and Carruthers, G. (2015) The eighteenth century. In: Sassi, C. (ed.) The International Companion to Scottish Poetry. Series: International companions to Scottish literature (3). Association for Scottish Literary Studies: Glasgow, pp. 54-63. ISBN 9781908980151

Carruthers, G. (2015) The Burns movement, the chair of Scottish history & literature at the University of Glasgow and the study of Scottish literature. Burns Chronicle, 2015, pp. 60-64.

Carruthers, G. (2015) The failure of historicism in Scottish literary studies: a case-study involving the Burns movement and the chair of Scottish history and literature at the University of Glasgow. In: Müller, K. P. (ed.) Scotland 2014 and Beyond – Coming of Age and Loss of Innocence? Series: Scottish studies international - publications of the Scottish Studies Centre, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz in Germersheim, 39. Peter Lang: Frankfurt am Main. ISBN 9783631655719

2014

Carruthers, G. (2014) Scotland, Britain and the elsewhere of poetry. In: Pollard, N. (ed.) Don Paterson: Contemporary Critical Essays. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 85-97. ISBN 9780748669417

2013

Carruthers, G., and Mackay, P. (2013) Re-reading James Currie: Robert Burns's first editor. John Clare Society Journal(32), pp. 73-84.

Carruthers, G. (2013) Character, Self, and Sociability in the Scottish Enlightenment ed. Thomas Ahnert & Susan Manning Palgrave, 2011. Bottle Imp(13), pp. 1-2. [Book Review]

Carruthers, G., and Macdonald, C.M.M. (2013) Fictive pasts and past fictions. Scottish Historical Review, 92(1), pp. 137-166. (doi:10.3366/shr.2013.0171)

Carruthers, G. (2013) Alternative religious spaces in the work of Robert Burns. Open House(225), pp. 5-6.

Carruthers, G., and Smith, G. (2013) Daylight Rabbery: The story of Antique Smith's Robert Burns forgeries. Drouth(44), pp. 10-15.

Purdie, D., McCue, K. and Carruthers, G., (Eds.) (2013) Maurice Lindsay's The Burns Encylopedia. Robert Hale: London, UK. ISBN 9780709091943

Brown, R., and Carruthers, G. (2013) Commemorating James Thomson, the seasons in Scotland, and Scots poetry. Studies in the Literary Imagination, 46(1), pp. 71-89. (doi:10.1353/sli.2013.0000)

Carruthers, G. (2013) ‘Robert Burns’s interleaved Scots musical museum: a case-study in the vagaries of editors and owners. Essays and Studies(66), pp. 78-96.

Carruthers, G., and Mackay, P. (2013) The missing manuscript of Robert Burns's 'Patriarch' letter. Studies in Scottish Literature, 39(1), pp. 227-232.

Carruthers, G. (2013) Review of: Archibald Pitcairn, The Phanaticks edited by John MacQueen. Renaissance Quarterly, 66(3), pp. 1146-1148. (doi:10.1086/673709) [Book Review]

2012

Carruthers, G. (2012) Scots wha hae. List(692), p. 42.

Carruthers, G. and McIlvanney, L., (Eds.) (2012) Cambridge Companion to Scottish Literature. Series: Cambridge companions to literature. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9780521762410

Carruthers, G., Goldie, D. and Renfrew, A., (Eds.) (2012) Scotland and the Nineteenth Century World. Series: Scottish cultural review of language and literature. Rodopi: Amsterdam. ISBN 9789042035621

Carruthers, G. (2012) Burns's political reputation in North America. In: Davis, L., Alker, S. and Nelson, H. (eds.) Robert Burns & Transatalantic Culture. Series: Ashgate series in nineteenth-century transatlantic studies. Ashgate: Aldershot, pp. 87-98. ISBN 9781409405764

Carruthers, G. (2012) Rejecting inferiorisim and superiorism: normalizing Scottish literary studies in the twenty-first century. Studies in Scottish Literature, 38(1), pp. 13-19.

Carruthers, G. (2012) Remembering John Galt. In: Hewitt, R. (ed.) John Galt: Observations and Conjectures on Literature, History and Society. Bucknell University Press: Lewisburg, Md., pp. 33-52. ISBN 9781611484342

Carruthers, G. (2012) Review of: The Edinburgh Companion to Scottish Romanticism. Byron Journal, 40(176), pp. 78-80. [Book Review]

Carruthers, G. (2012) Robert Burns’s Scots Poetry Contemporari. In: Sergaent, D. and Stafford, F. (eds.) Burns & Other Poets. Edinburgh University Press, pp. 39-52. ISBN 9780748643578

Carruthers, G. (2012) Scottish literature in diaspora. In: Carruthers, G. and McIlvanney, L. (eds.) Cambridge Companion to Scottish Literature. Series: Cambridge companions to literature. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 275-288. ISBN 9780521762410

Carruthers, G., Brown, I., and Purdie, D. (2012) Burns manuscripts at Floors Castle: an unpublished letter and an unpublished draft of the poem "On Seeing a Wounded Hare". Scottish Literary Review, 4(1), pp. 57-74.

Carruthers, G., and McIlvanney, L. (2012) Introduction. In: Carruthers, G. and McIlvanney, L. (eds.) Cambridge Companion to Scottish Literature. Series: Cambridge companions to literature. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 1-12. ISBN 9780521762410

Carruthers, G. (2012) Review of Murray Pittock (ed.), The Edinburgh Companion to Scottish Romanticism. Byron Journal, 40(1), pp. 78-80. (doi:10.3828/bj.2012.8) [Book Review]

Goldie, D., Renfrew, A., and Carruthers, G. (2012) Introduction. In: Carruthers, G., Goldie, D. and Renfrew, A. (eds.) Scotland and the Nineteenth Century World. Rodopi: Amsterdam & New York, pp. 15-20. ISBN 9789042035621

2011

Carruthers, G. (2011) A letter from America. Open House, 215, pp. 17-18.

Carruthers, G. (2011) James Bridie. In: Brown, I. (ed.) The Edinburgh Companion to Scottish Drama. Edinburgh University Press, pp. 130-139. ISBN 9780748641086

Carruthers, G. (2011) Muriel Spark. In: Shaffer, B. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Fiction. Vol. 1: Twentieth-Century British and Irish Fiction. Series: Wiley-Blackwell encyclopedia of literature. Blackwell: Oxford, UK, pp. 352-355. ISBN 9781405192446

Carruthers, G. (2011) Robin Jenkins. In: Shaffer, B. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Fiction. Vol. 1: Twentieth-Century British and Irish Fiction. Series: Wiley-Blackwell encyclopedia of literature. Blackwell: Oxford, UK, pp. 196-198. ISBN 9781405192446

Carruthers, G. (2011) Fiona Stafford, Local Attachments: The Province of Poetry. Eighteenth-Century Scotland(25), pp. 18-19. [Book Review]

2010

Carruthers, G. (2010) Burns and the excise. Drouth, 34, pp. 69-73.

Carruthers, G. (2010) Fresh light on Robert Burns's Highland Mary. Kintyre Antiquarian and Natural History Society Magazine, 2010, pp. 16-18.

Carruthers, G. (2010) Muriel Spark as Catholic novelist. In: Gardiner, M. and Maley, W. (eds.) The Edinburgh Companion to Muriel Spark. Edinburgh University Press, pp. 74-84. ISBN 9780748637683

Carruthers, G. (2010) Robert Burns and Ireland. International Journal of Scottish Literature(6),

Carruthers, G. (2010) The peculiar research of Patrick Scott Hogg. Robert Burns Lives(88),

Carruthers, G., Levy, L., Reilly, H., Renfrew, J., and Wilson, M. (2010) Some recent discoveries in Robert Burns Studies. Scottish Literary Review, 2(1), pp. 143-158.

Carruthers, G. (2010) Sandro Jung, Anglo-Scot Poetry, Patronage and Politics in the Age of Union. Scottish Literary Review, pp. 145-147. [Book Review]

2009

Carruthers, G. (2009) Robert Burns, an Ecumenical poet. Catholic Herald, 2009(Nov.), p. 8.

Carruthers, G. (2009) A hidden influence of faith on Robert Burns. Scottish Catholic Observer, 2009(17/7), p. 14.

Carruthers, G., (Ed.) (2009) The Edinburgh Companion to Robert Burns. Series: Edinburgh companions to Scottish literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748636488

Rodger, J. and Carruthers, G., (Eds.) (2009) Fickle Man: Robert Burns in the 21st Century. Sandstone: Dingwall, UK. ISBN 9781905207275

Carruthers, G. and Gray, P.A., (Eds.) (2009) The Fornicators Court by Robert Burns. Abbotsford Library Project Trust & The Faculty of Advocates: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780956129109

Carruthers, G., (Ed.) (2009) Scottish Poems. Everyman's Library: New York, USA. ISBN 9780307269713

Carruthers, G. (2009) Burns and publishing. In: Carruthers, G. (ed.) The Edinburgh Companion to Burns. Series: Edinburgh companions to Scottish literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 6-19. ISBN 9780748636488

Carruthers, G. (2009) Did Robert Burns write "The Tree of Liberty"? In: Rodgers, J. and Carruthers, G. (eds.) Fickle Man: Robert Burns in the 21st Century. Sandstone, pp. 242-256. ISBN 9781905207275

Carruthers, G. (2009) Happy Birthday Robert Burns. Drouth, 30 'Pu, pp. 78-83.

Carruthers, G. (2009) Introduction. In: Carruthers, G. (ed.) The Edinburgh Companion to Robert Burns. Series: Edinburgh companions to Scottish literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 1-5. ISBN 978074863648

Carruthers, G. (2009) Introduction. In: Rodger, J. and Carruthers, G. (eds.) Fickle Man: Robert Burns in the 21st Century. Sandstone Press: Dingwall, UK, pp. 1-12. ISBN 9781905207275

Carruthers, G. (2009) "Pour'd out extensive, and of watery wealth": Scotland in Thomson's The Seasons. In: MacLachlan, C.J.M. (ed.) Crossing the Highland Line: Cross-Currents in Eighteenth-Century Scottish Writing, Selected Papers from the 2005 ASLS Annual Conference. Series: Occasional papers (Association for Scottish Literary Studies) (14). Association for Scottish Literary Studies, University of Glasgow: Glasgow, UK. ISBN 9780948877889

Carruthers, G. (2009) Robert Burns and the excise. Drouth, 34, pp. 69-73.

Carruthers, G. (2009) Robert Burns: an enlightened national treasure. In: Fessey, W. and McIntosh, S. (eds.) The New Scottish Enlightenment. Times Group: Southend on Sea, UK, pp. 23-27. ISBN http://viewer.zmags.com/htmlCat/index.php?mid=wtwhsp

Carruthers, G. (2009) Scottish Literature. Series: Edinburgh critical guides to literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748633081

Carruthers, G., and Gray, P.A. (2009) Introduction. In: Carruthers, G. and Gray, P.A. (eds.) The Fornicators Court by Robert Burns. Abbotsford Library Project Trust & The Faculty of Advocates: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 3-13. ISBN 9780956129109

Carruthers, G. (2009) Abraham Lincoln and Robert Burns: Connected Lives and Legends. By Ferenc Morton Szasz. Scottish Historical Review, 88(2), pp. 381-382. (doi:10.3366/E0036924109001073) [Book Review]

Orr, J., and Carruthers, G. (2009) 'The deil's awa' wi' the exciseman' : Robert Burns the giver of guns to revolutionary France? In: Rodgers, J. and Carruthers, G. (eds.) Fickle Man: Robert Burns in the 21st Century. Sandstone: Dingwall, Ross-shire, pp. 257-266. ISBN 9781905207275

2008

Carruthers, G. (2008) "Fully to savour her position": Muriel Spark and Scottish identity. Modern Fiction Studies, 54(3), pp. 487-504. (doi:10.1353/mfs.0.1538)

Carruthers, G. (2008) Happy birthday Robert Burns. Drouth, 30,

Carruthers, G. (2008) The devil in Scotland. Bottle Imp, 3,

2007

Carruthers, G. (2007) Alexander Geddes - a Scottish opponent of the slave trade. Open House, 176, pp. 3-4.

Carruthers, G., (Ed.) (2007) The Devil to Stage: Five Plays. Series: Association for Scottish Literary Studies. Association for Scottish Literary Studies, University of Glasgow: Glasgow, UK. ISBN 9780948877704

Brown, R.L., and Carruthers, G. (2007) Robert Fergusson and The gentleman and lady's weekly magazine. Eighteenth-Century Scotland, 21, pp. 10-13.

Carruthers, G. (2007) Robert Burns and slavery. Drouth, 26, pp. 21-26.

Carruthers, G. (2007) Scottish-Irish connections 1707-1918. In: Brown, I. (ed.) The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748627608

Carruthers, G. (2007) "Tongues turn'd inside out": the reception of Tam o' Shanter. Studies in Scottish Literature, XXXV-X,

Carruthers, G. (2007) Where is Scotland? Drouth, 25,

Carruthers, G. (2007) John Skinner: Collected Poems. Review of Scottish Culture, 19, pp. 139-141. [Book Review]

2006

Carruthers, G. (2006) Revisionism in Irish & Scottish literature: how far can we go? English Subject Centre Newsletter, 10, pp. 8-10.

Carruthers, G. (2006) The Canongate Burns: misreading Robert Burns and the periodical press of the 1790s. Review of Scottish Culture, 18,

Carruthers, G. (2006) Poetry beyond the English borders. In: Gerrard, C. (ed.) A Companion to Eighteenth-Century Poetry. Series: Blackwell companions to literature and culture (44). Blackwell: Malden, USA, pp. 577-589. ISBN 9781405113168

Carruthers, G. (2006) Robert Tannahill, Scottish poet after Burns. Renfrewshire Local History Forum, 13, pp. 21-30.

Carruthers, G. (2006) The relativity of experience in William McIlvanney's The Kiln. In: McGonigal, J. and Stirling, K. (eds.) Ethically Speaking: Voice and Values in Modern Scottish Writing. Series: Scottish cultural review of language and literature (6). Rodopi: Amsterdam, Netherlands. ISBN 9789042020849

Carruthers, G. (2006) Caroline McCracken-Flesher, Possible Scotlands. Scotia, 30, pp. 55-57. [Book Review]

2005

Brown, R.L., and Carruthers, G. (2005) John Mitchell's "A braid glow'r at the clergy". Burns Chronicle, Spring,

Carruthers, G. (2005) Fictions of belonging: national identity and the novel in Ireland and Scotland. In: Shaffer, B.W. (ed.) A Companion to the British and Irish Novel 1945-2000. Series: Blackwell companions to literature and culture. Blackwell: Malden, USA. ISBN 9781405113755

Carruthers, G. (2005) Jean Brodie: lass of pairts. Drouth, 16,

Carruthers, G. (2005) Robert Burns. Northcote House: Tavistock. ISBN 9780746311721

Carruthers, G. (2005) The problem of the Scottish enlightenment. Drouth, 15,

Carruthers, G., and Brown, R. (2005) John Mitchell's a braid glow'r at the clergy (1843). Burns Chronicle, 2005(Spring), pp. 37-40.

2004

Scott, W. (2004) Reliquiae Trotcosienses. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748620722

Carruthers, G., Goldie, D. and Renfrew, A., (Eds.) (2004) Beyond Scotland: New Contexts for Twentieth Century Scottish Literature. Series: Scottish cultural review of language and literature. Rodopi. ISBN 9789042018839

Carruthers, G. (2004) Alexander Geddes. In: Todd, R.B. (ed.) The Dictionary of British Classicists. Thoemmes Continuum: Bristol, UK. ISBN 9781855069978

Carruthers, G. (2004) Blair, Robert (1699-1746), poet. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, B.H. (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: In Association with the British Academy: From the Earliest Times to the Year 2000. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, pp. 89-90. ISBN 9780198614111

Carruthers, G. (2004) Crawford, Robert (1695?-1732/3?), poet. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, B.H. (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: In Association with the British Academy: From the Earliest Times to the Year 2000. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, p. 78. ISBN 9780198614111

Carruthers, G. (2004) "Creation festers in me": Calvinism and cosmopolitanism in Jenkins, Spark and Gray. In: Carruthers, G., Goldie, D. and Renfrew, A. (eds.) Beyond Scotland: New Contexts for Twentieth-Century Scottish Literature. Series: Scottish cultural review of language and literature (2). Rodopi: Amsterdam, Netherlands, pp. 167-184. ISBN 9789042018839

Carruthers, G. (2004) Geddes, Alexander (1737-1802), Roman Catholic priest and biblical scholar. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, B.H. (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: In Association with the British Academy: From the Earliest Times to the Year 2000. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, pp. 688-691. ISBN 9780198614111

Carruthers, G. (2004) Hamilton, William, of Gilbertfield (c.1665-1751), poet. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, B.H. (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: In Association with the British Academy: From the Earliest Times to the Year 2000. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, pp. 918-919. ISBN 9780198614111

Carruthers, G. (2004) Lapraik, John (1727-1807), poet. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, B.H. (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: In Association with the British Academy: From the Earliest Times to the Year 2000. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, p. 553. ISBN 9780198614111

Carruthers, G. (2004) Lauder, George (fl. 1622-1677), poet. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, B.H. (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: In Association with the British Academy: From the Earliest Times to the Year 2000. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, pp. 670-671. ISBN 9780198614111

Carruthers, G. (2004) Lewis, Stuart (c.1756-1818), poet. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, B.H. (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: In Association with the British Academy: From the Earliest Times to the Year 2000. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, p. 653. ISBN 9780198614111

Carruthers, G. (2004) MacDougall, Allan [called Ailean Dall] (1750?-1829), poet. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, B.H. (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: In Association with the British Academy: From the Earliest Times to the Year 2000. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, p. 321. ISBN 9780198614111

Carruthers, G. (2004) Maxwell, James [pseud. Poet in Paisley] (1720-1800), poet and essayist. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, B.H. (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: In Association with the British Academy: From the Earliest Times to the Year 2000. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, p. 505. ISBN 9780198614111

Carruthers, G. (2004) Problems with pseudonyms in the Burns "lost poems". Studies in Scottish Literature, XXXIII,

Carruthers, G. (2004) Robert Burns's Epigram on Edmund Burke published in 'Politics for the People', October 1794. Studies in Scottish Literature, XXXIII,

Carruthers, G. (2004) Robert Louis Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, The Master of Ballantrae and The Ebb-Tide. Series: Scotnotes (18). Association for Scottish Literary Studies. ISBN 0948877561

Carruthers, G. (2004) Scattered remains: the literary career of Alexander Geddes. In: Johnstone, W. (ed.) The Bible and the Enlightenment: A Case Study, Dr. Alexander Geddes, 1737-1802: The Proceedings of the Bicentenary Geddes Conference Held at the University of Aberdeen, 1-4 April 2002. Series: Journal for the study of the Old Testament: supplement series (377). T & T Clark International: London, UK. ISBN 9780826466549

Carruthers, G. (2004) Scottish literature: second renaissance. In: Marcus, L. and Nicholls, P. (eds.) The Cambridge History of Twentieth-Century English Literature. Series: The new Cambridge history of English literature. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 668-684. ISBN 9780521820776

Carruthers, G. (2004) Wilson, John (1720-1789), poet. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, B.H. (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: In Association with the British Academy: From the Earliest Times to the Year 2000. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, pp. 590-591. ISBN 9780198614111

Carruthers, G. (2004) The return of Alexander Geddes. Drouth, 12,

2003

Carruthers, G.C. and Rawes, A., (Eds.) (2003) English Romanticism and the Celtic World. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. ISBN 9780521810852

Carruthers, G. (2003) Lewis Grassic Gibbon and the Scottish enlightenment. In: Palmer-McCulloch, M. and Dunnigan, S. (eds.) A Flame in the Mearns: Lewis Grassic Gibbon: A Centenary Celebration. Series: Occasional papers (Association for Scottish Literary Studies) (13). Association for Scottish Literary Studies, University of Glasgow: Glasgow, UK. ISBN 9780948877544

Carruthers, G. (2003) Re-reading The new road. In: Renton, R. and Osborne, B.D. (eds.) Exploring New Roads: Essays on Neil Munro. House of Lochar: Colonsay, UK. ISBN 9781899863761

Carruthers, G. (2003) Remaking romantic Scotland: Lockhart's biographies of Burns and Scott. In: Bradley, A. and Rawes, A. (eds.) Romantic Biography. Ashgate: Aldershot, UK, pp. 93-108. ISBN 9780754609933

Carruthers, G. (2003) Treacherous Romance: Robert Louis Stevenson's Kidnapped. ParaGraphs: The Journal of the Neil Munro Society, 14, pp. 7-9.

Carruthers, G., and Rawes, A. (2003) Romancing the Celt. In: Carruthers, G. and Rawes, A. (eds.) English Romanticism and the Celtic World. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 1-19. ISBN 9780521810852

2002

Cameron, A., Scullion, A.C., and Carruthers, G. (2002) James Bridie and the Scottish theatre. In: Gifford, D., Dunnigan, S. and MacGillivray, A. (eds.) Scottish Literature in English and Scots. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 619-654. ISBN 9780748608256

Carruthers, G. (2002) Tobias Smollett: The expedition of Humphry Clinker. In: Gifford, D., Dunnigan, S. and MacGillivray, A. (eds.) Scottish Literature in English and Scots. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 170-181. ISBN 9780748608256

Carruthers, G. (2002) The new bardolatry. Burns Chronicle, 2002(Winter), pp. 9-15.

Carruthers, G. (2002) The word on Burns. Drouth, 3,

Carruthers, G., and Whyte, C. (2002) Enlightenment and vernacular. In: Gifford, D., Dunnigan, S. and MacGillivray, A. (eds.) Scottish Literature in English and Scots. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 105-118. ISBN 9780748608256

Carruthers, G., and Whyte, C. (2002) Widening the range 2. In: Gifford, D., Dunnigan, S. and MacGillivray, A. (eds.) Scottish Literature in English and Scots. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 182-192. ISBN 9780748608256

2001

Carruthers, G. (2001) A manuscript fragment of an unsigned and undated draft letter by David Hume on the ossian controversy in the Mitchell Library, Glasgow. Notes and Queries, 48(4), p. 419. (doi:10.1093/nq/48.4.419-a)

Carruthers, G. (2001) Beyond Jean Brodie. Ecloga, 1,

Carruthers, G. (2001) The procedure of life: Carswell's biography of Burns. In: Anderson, C. (ed.) Opening the Doors: The Achievement of Catherine Carswell. Ramsay Head Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9781873921098

McMunigall, A., and Carruthers, G. (2001) Locating Kelman: Glasgow, Scotland and the commitment to place. Edinburgh Review, 108, pp. 56-68.

2000

Carruthers, G. (2000) James Thomson and eighteenth-century Scottish literary identity. In: Terry, R. (ed.) James Thomson: Essays for the Tercentenary. Liverpool University Press: Liverpool, pp. 165-190. ISBN 9780853239543

Carruthers, G., and Dunnigan, S. (2000) Two tales of Tam o'Shanter. Southfields, pp. 36-43.

1999

Carruthers, G. (1999) Alexander Geddes and the Burns "lost poems" controversy. Studies in Scottish Literature, 31, pp. 81-85.

Carruthers, G. (1999) Form and substance in the poetry of the Castalian Band. Scottish Literary Journal, 26(2),

Carruthers, G. (1999) The construction of the Scottish critical tradition. In: McMillan, N. and Stirling, K. (eds.) Odd Alliances: Scottish Studies in European Contexts. Cruithne Press: Glasgow, pp. 52-65. ISBN 1873448155

Carruthers, G., and Dunnigan, S. (1999) 'A reconfused chaos': Scottish poetry and nation from the medieval period to the eighteenth century. Edinburgh Review, 100, pp. 81-94.

1998

Carruthers, G. (1998) Culture 1707-1850. In: Cooke, A., Donnachie, I., MacSween, A. and Whatley, C.A. (eds.) Modern Scottish History : 1707 to the Present. Vol. 1, The Transformation of Scotland, 1707-1850. Tuckwell Press: East Linton, pp. 136-149. ISBN 1862320683

Carruthers, G. (1998) A note on poems newly attributed to Burns. Burns Chronicle, pp. 26-28.

1997

Carruthers, G. (1997) Robert Burns and the Scottish Critical Tradition. In: Simpson, K.G. (ed.) Love and Liberty : Robert Burns : A Bicentenary Celebration. Tuckwell Press: East Linton, pp. 239-247. ISBN 1898410895

Carruthers, G. (1997) The remarkable fictions of Muriel Spark'. In: Gifford, D. and McMillan, D. (eds.) A History of Scottish Women's Writing. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 514-525. ISBN 9780748609161

1996

Carruthers, G., and Carruthers, M. (1996) An unpublished letter from Walter Scott to Dr James Currie. Scott Newsletter, pp. 6-9.

1992

Carruthers, G. (1992) James Kelman. Post-War Literatures in English, 18, pp. 1-14.

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Articles

Carruthers, G. (2015) The Burns movement, the chair of Scottish history & literature at the University of Glasgow and the study of Scottish literature. Burns Chronicle, 2015, pp. 60-64.

Carruthers, G., and Mackay, P. (2013) Re-reading James Currie: Robert Burns's first editor. John Clare Society Journal(32), pp. 73-84.

Carruthers, G., and Macdonald, C.M.M. (2013) Fictive pasts and past fictions. Scottish Historical Review, 92(1), pp. 137-166. (doi:10.3366/shr.2013.0171)

Carruthers, G. (2013) Alternative religious spaces in the work of Robert Burns. Open House(225), pp. 5-6.

Carruthers, G., and Smith, G. (2013) Daylight Rabbery: The story of Antique Smith's Robert Burns forgeries. Drouth(44), pp. 10-15.

Brown, R., and Carruthers, G. (2013) Commemorating James Thomson, the seasons in Scotland, and Scots poetry. Studies in the Literary Imagination, 46(1), pp. 71-89. (doi:10.1353/sli.2013.0000)

Carruthers, G. (2013) ‘Robert Burns’s interleaved Scots musical museum: a case-study in the vagaries of editors and owners. Essays and Studies(66), pp. 78-96.

Carruthers, G., and Mackay, P. (2013) The missing manuscript of Robert Burns's 'Patriarch' letter. Studies in Scottish Literature, 39(1), pp. 227-232.

Carruthers, G. (2012) Scots wha hae. List(692), p. 42.

Carruthers, G. (2012) Rejecting inferiorisim and superiorism: normalizing Scottish literary studies in the twenty-first century. Studies in Scottish Literature, 38(1), pp. 13-19.

Carruthers, G., Brown, I., and Purdie, D. (2012) Burns manuscripts at Floors Castle: an unpublished letter and an unpublished draft of the poem "On Seeing a Wounded Hare". Scottish Literary Review, 4(1), pp. 57-74.

Carruthers, G. (2011) A letter from America. Open House, 215, pp. 17-18.

Carruthers, G. (2010) Burns and the excise. Drouth, 34, pp. 69-73.

Carruthers, G. (2010) Fresh light on Robert Burns's Highland Mary. Kintyre Antiquarian and Natural History Society Magazine, 2010, pp. 16-18.

Carruthers, G. (2010) Robert Burns and Ireland. International Journal of Scottish Literature(6),

Carruthers, G. (2010) The peculiar research of Patrick Scott Hogg. Robert Burns Lives(88),

Carruthers, G., Levy, L., Reilly, H., Renfrew, J., and Wilson, M. (2010) Some recent discoveries in Robert Burns Studies. Scottish Literary Review, 2(1), pp. 143-158.

Carruthers, G. (2009) Robert Burns, an Ecumenical poet. Catholic Herald, 2009(Nov.), p. 8.

Carruthers, G. (2009) A hidden influence of faith on Robert Burns. Scottish Catholic Observer, 2009(17/7), p. 14.

Carruthers, G. (2009) Happy Birthday Robert Burns. Drouth, 30 'Pu, pp. 78-83.

Carruthers, G. (2009) Robert Burns and the excise. Drouth, 34, pp. 69-73.

Carruthers, G. (2008) "Fully to savour her position": Muriel Spark and Scottish identity. Modern Fiction Studies, 54(3), pp. 487-504. (doi:10.1353/mfs.0.1538)

Carruthers, G. (2008) Happy birthday Robert Burns. Drouth, 30,

Carruthers, G. (2008) The devil in Scotland. Bottle Imp, 3,

Carruthers, G. (2007) Alexander Geddes - a Scottish opponent of the slave trade. Open House, 176, pp. 3-4.

Brown, R.L., and Carruthers, G. (2007) Robert Fergusson and The gentleman and lady's weekly magazine. Eighteenth-Century Scotland, 21, pp. 10-13.

Carruthers, G. (2007) Robert Burns and slavery. Drouth, 26, pp. 21-26.

Carruthers, G. (2007) "Tongues turn'd inside out": the reception of Tam o' Shanter. Studies in Scottish Literature, XXXV-X,

Carruthers, G. (2007) Where is Scotland? Drouth, 25,

Carruthers, G. (2006) Revisionism in Irish & Scottish literature: how far can we go? English Subject Centre Newsletter, 10, pp. 8-10.

Carruthers, G. (2006) The Canongate Burns: misreading Robert Burns and the periodical press of the 1790s. Review of Scottish Culture, 18,

Carruthers, G. (2006) Robert Tannahill, Scottish poet after Burns. Renfrewshire Local History Forum, 13, pp. 21-30.

Brown, R.L., and Carruthers, G. (2005) John Mitchell's "A braid glow'r at the clergy". Burns Chronicle, Spring,

Carruthers, G. (2005) Jean Brodie: lass of pairts. Drouth, 16,

Carruthers, G. (2005) The problem of the Scottish enlightenment. Drouth, 15,

Carruthers, G., and Brown, R. (2005) John Mitchell's a braid glow'r at the clergy (1843). Burns Chronicle, 2005(Spring), pp. 37-40.

Carruthers, G. (2004) Problems with pseudonyms in the Burns "lost poems". Studies in Scottish Literature, XXXIII,

Carruthers, G. (2004) Robert Burns's Epigram on Edmund Burke published in 'Politics for the People', October 1794. Studies in Scottish Literature, XXXIII,

Carruthers, G. (2004) The return of Alexander Geddes. Drouth, 12,

Carruthers, G. (2003) Treacherous Romance: Robert Louis Stevenson's Kidnapped. ParaGraphs: The Journal of the Neil Munro Society, 14, pp. 7-9.

Carruthers, G. (2002) The new bardolatry. Burns Chronicle, 2002(Winter), pp. 9-15.

Carruthers, G. (2002) The word on Burns. Drouth, 3,

Carruthers, G. (2001) A manuscript fragment of an unsigned and undated draft letter by David Hume on the ossian controversy in the Mitchell Library, Glasgow. Notes and Queries, 48(4), p. 419. (doi:10.1093/nq/48.4.419-a)

Carruthers, G. (2001) Beyond Jean Brodie. Ecloga, 1,

McMunigall, A., and Carruthers, G. (2001) Locating Kelman: Glasgow, Scotland and the commitment to place. Edinburgh Review, 108, pp. 56-68.

Carruthers, G., and Dunnigan, S. (2000) Two tales of Tam o'Shanter. Southfields, pp. 36-43.

Carruthers, G. (1999) Alexander Geddes and the Burns "lost poems" controversy. Studies in Scottish Literature, 31, pp. 81-85.

Carruthers, G. (1999) Form and substance in the poetry of the Castalian Band. Scottish Literary Journal, 26(2),

Carruthers, G., and Dunnigan, S. (1999) 'A reconfused chaos': Scottish poetry and nation from the medieval period to the eighteenth century. Edinburgh Review, 100, pp. 81-94.

Carruthers, G. (1998) A note on poems newly attributed to Burns. Burns Chronicle, pp. 26-28.

Carruthers, G., and Carruthers, M. (1996) An unpublished letter from Walter Scott to Dr James Currie. Scott Newsletter, pp. 6-9.

Carruthers, G. (1992) James Kelman. Post-War Literatures in English, 18, pp. 1-14.

Books

Carruthers, G. (2009) Scottish Literature. Series: Edinburgh critical guides to literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748633081

Carruthers, G. (2005) Robert Burns. Northcote House: Tavistock. ISBN 9780746311721

Carruthers, G. (2004) Robert Louis Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, The Master of Ballantrae and The Ebb-Tide. Series: Scotnotes (18). Association for Scottish Literary Studies. ISBN 0948877561

Book Sections

Black, R., and Carruthers, G. (2015) The eighteenth century. In: Sassi, C. (ed.) The International Companion to Scottish Poetry. Series: International companions to Scottish literature (3). Association for Scottish Literary Studies: Glasgow, pp. 54-63. ISBN 9781908980151

Carruthers, G. (2015) The failure of historicism in Scottish literary studies: a case-study involving the Burns movement and the chair of Scottish history and literature at the University of Glasgow. In: Müller, K. P. (ed.) Scotland 2014 and Beyond – Coming of Age and Loss of Innocence? Series: Scottish studies international - publications of the Scottish Studies Centre, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz in Germersheim, 39. Peter Lang: Frankfurt am Main. ISBN 9783631655719

Carruthers, G. (2014) Scotland, Britain and the elsewhere of poetry. In: Pollard, N. (ed.) Don Paterson: Contemporary Critical Essays. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 85-97. ISBN 9780748669417

Carruthers, G. (2012) Burns's political reputation in North America. In: Davis, L., Alker, S. and Nelson, H. (eds.) Robert Burns & Transatalantic Culture. Series: Ashgate series in nineteenth-century transatlantic studies. Ashgate: Aldershot, pp. 87-98. ISBN 9781409405764

Carruthers, G. (2012) Remembering John Galt. In: Hewitt, R. (ed.) John Galt: Observations and Conjectures on Literature, History and Society. Bucknell University Press: Lewisburg, Md., pp. 33-52. ISBN 9781611484342

Carruthers, G. (2012) Robert Burns’s Scots Poetry Contemporari. In: Sergaent, D. and Stafford, F. (eds.) Burns & Other Poets. Edinburgh University Press, pp. 39-52. ISBN 9780748643578

Carruthers, G. (2012) Scottish literature in diaspora. In: Carruthers, G. and McIlvanney, L. (eds.) Cambridge Companion to Scottish Literature. Series: Cambridge companions to literature. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 275-288. ISBN 9780521762410

Carruthers, G., and McIlvanney, L. (2012) Introduction. In: Carruthers, G. and McIlvanney, L. (eds.) Cambridge Companion to Scottish Literature. Series: Cambridge companions to literature. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 1-12. ISBN 9780521762410

Goldie, D., Renfrew, A., and Carruthers, G. (2012) Introduction. In: Carruthers, G., Goldie, D. and Renfrew, A. (eds.) Scotland and the Nineteenth Century World. Rodopi: Amsterdam & New York, pp. 15-20. ISBN 9789042035621

Carruthers, G. (2011) James Bridie. In: Brown, I. (ed.) The Edinburgh Companion to Scottish Drama. Edinburgh University Press, pp. 130-139. ISBN 9780748641086

Carruthers, G. (2011) Muriel Spark. In: Shaffer, B. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Fiction. Vol. 1: Twentieth-Century British and Irish Fiction. Series: Wiley-Blackwell encyclopedia of literature. Blackwell: Oxford, UK, pp. 352-355. ISBN 9781405192446

Carruthers, G. (2011) Robin Jenkins. In: Shaffer, B. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Fiction. Vol. 1: Twentieth-Century British and Irish Fiction. Series: Wiley-Blackwell encyclopedia of literature. Blackwell: Oxford, UK, pp. 196-198. ISBN 9781405192446

Carruthers, G. (2010) Muriel Spark as Catholic novelist. In: Gardiner, M. and Maley, W. (eds.) The Edinburgh Companion to Muriel Spark. Edinburgh University Press, pp. 74-84. ISBN 9780748637683

Carruthers, G. (2009) Burns and publishing. In: Carruthers, G. (ed.) The Edinburgh Companion to Burns. Series: Edinburgh companions to Scottish literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 6-19. ISBN 9780748636488

Carruthers, G. (2009) Did Robert Burns write "The Tree of Liberty"? In: Rodgers, J. and Carruthers, G. (eds.) Fickle Man: Robert Burns in the 21st Century. Sandstone, pp. 242-256. ISBN 9781905207275

Carruthers, G. (2009) Introduction. In: Carruthers, G. (ed.) The Edinburgh Companion to Robert Burns. Series: Edinburgh companions to Scottish literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 1-5. ISBN 978074863648

Carruthers, G. (2009) Introduction. In: Rodger, J. and Carruthers, G. (eds.) Fickle Man: Robert Burns in the 21st Century. Sandstone Press: Dingwall, UK, pp. 1-12. ISBN 9781905207275

Carruthers, G. (2009) "Pour'd out extensive, and of watery wealth": Scotland in Thomson's The Seasons. In: MacLachlan, C.J.M. (ed.) Crossing the Highland Line: Cross-Currents in Eighteenth-Century Scottish Writing, Selected Papers from the 2005 ASLS Annual Conference. Series: Occasional papers (Association for Scottish Literary Studies) (14). Association for Scottish Literary Studies, University of Glasgow: Glasgow, UK. ISBN 9780948877889

Carruthers, G. (2009) Robert Burns: an enlightened national treasure. In: Fessey, W. and McIntosh, S. (eds.) The New Scottish Enlightenment. Times Group: Southend on Sea, UK, pp. 23-27. ISBN http://viewer.zmags.com/htmlCat/index.php?mid=wtwhsp

Carruthers, G., and Gray, P.A. (2009) Introduction. In: Carruthers, G. and Gray, P.A. (eds.) The Fornicators Court by Robert Burns. Abbotsford Library Project Trust & The Faculty of Advocates: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 3-13. ISBN 9780956129109

Orr, J., and Carruthers, G. (2009) 'The deil's awa' wi' the exciseman' : Robert Burns the giver of guns to revolutionary France? In: Rodgers, J. and Carruthers, G. (eds.) Fickle Man: Robert Burns in the 21st Century. Sandstone: Dingwall, Ross-shire, pp. 257-266. ISBN 9781905207275

Carruthers, G. (2007) Scottish-Irish connections 1707-1918. In: Brown, I. (ed.) The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748627608

Carruthers, G. (2006) Poetry beyond the English borders. In: Gerrard, C. (ed.) A Companion to Eighteenth-Century Poetry. Series: Blackwell companions to literature and culture (44). Blackwell: Malden, USA, pp. 577-589. ISBN 9781405113168

Carruthers, G. (2006) The relativity of experience in William McIlvanney's The Kiln. In: McGonigal, J. and Stirling, K. (eds.) Ethically Speaking: Voice and Values in Modern Scottish Writing. Series: Scottish cultural review of language and literature (6). Rodopi: Amsterdam, Netherlands. ISBN 9789042020849

Carruthers, G. (2005) Fictions of belonging: national identity and the novel in Ireland and Scotland. In: Shaffer, B.W. (ed.) A Companion to the British and Irish Novel 1945-2000. Series: Blackwell companions to literature and culture. Blackwell: Malden, USA. ISBN 9781405113755

Carruthers, G. (2004) Alexander Geddes. In: Todd, R.B. (ed.) The Dictionary of British Classicists. Thoemmes Continuum: Bristol, UK. ISBN 9781855069978

Carruthers, G. (2004) Blair, Robert (1699-1746), poet. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, B.H. (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: In Association with the British Academy: From the Earliest Times to the Year 2000. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, pp. 89-90. ISBN 9780198614111

Carruthers, G. (2004) Crawford, Robert (1695?-1732/3?), poet. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, B.H. (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: In Association with the British Academy: From the Earliest Times to the Year 2000. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, p. 78. ISBN 9780198614111

Carruthers, G. (2004) "Creation festers in me": Calvinism and cosmopolitanism in Jenkins, Spark and Gray. In: Carruthers, G., Goldie, D. and Renfrew, A. (eds.) Beyond Scotland: New Contexts for Twentieth-Century Scottish Literature. Series: Scottish cultural review of language and literature (2). Rodopi: Amsterdam, Netherlands, pp. 167-184. ISBN 9789042018839

Carruthers, G. (2004) Geddes, Alexander (1737-1802), Roman Catholic priest and biblical scholar. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, B.H. (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: In Association with the British Academy: From the Earliest Times to the Year 2000. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, pp. 688-691. ISBN 9780198614111

Carruthers, G. (2004) Hamilton, William, of Gilbertfield (c.1665-1751), poet. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, B.H. (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: In Association with the British Academy: From the Earliest Times to the Year 2000. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, pp. 918-919. ISBN 9780198614111

Carruthers, G. (2004) Lapraik, John (1727-1807), poet. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, B.H. (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: In Association with the British Academy: From the Earliest Times to the Year 2000. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, p. 553. ISBN 9780198614111

Carruthers, G. (2004) Lauder, George (fl. 1622-1677), poet. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, B.H. (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: In Association with the British Academy: From the Earliest Times to the Year 2000. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, pp. 670-671. ISBN 9780198614111

Carruthers, G. (2004) Lewis, Stuart (c.1756-1818), poet. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, B.H. (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: In Association with the British Academy: From the Earliest Times to the Year 2000. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, p. 653. ISBN 9780198614111

Carruthers, G. (2004) MacDougall, Allan [called Ailean Dall] (1750?-1829), poet. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, B.H. (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: In Association with the British Academy: From the Earliest Times to the Year 2000. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, p. 321. ISBN 9780198614111

Carruthers, G. (2004) Maxwell, James [pseud. Poet in Paisley] (1720-1800), poet and essayist. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, B.H. (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: In Association with the British Academy: From the Earliest Times to the Year 2000. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, p. 505. ISBN 9780198614111

Carruthers, G. (2004) Scattered remains: the literary career of Alexander Geddes. In: Johnstone, W. (ed.) The Bible and the Enlightenment: A Case Study, Dr. Alexander Geddes, 1737-1802: The Proceedings of the Bicentenary Geddes Conference Held at the University of Aberdeen, 1-4 April 2002. Series: Journal for the study of the Old Testament: supplement series (377). T & T Clark International: London, UK. ISBN 9780826466549

Carruthers, G. (2004) Scottish literature: second renaissance. In: Marcus, L. and Nicholls, P. (eds.) The Cambridge History of Twentieth-Century English Literature. Series: The new Cambridge history of English literature. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 668-684. ISBN 9780521820776

Carruthers, G. (2004) Wilson, John (1720-1789), poet. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, B.H. (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: In Association with the British Academy: From the Earliest Times to the Year 2000. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, pp. 590-591. ISBN 9780198614111

Carruthers, G. (2003) Lewis Grassic Gibbon and the Scottish enlightenment. In: Palmer-McCulloch, M. and Dunnigan, S. (eds.) A Flame in the Mearns: Lewis Grassic Gibbon: A Centenary Celebration. Series: Occasional papers (Association for Scottish Literary Studies) (13). Association for Scottish Literary Studies, University of Glasgow: Glasgow, UK. ISBN 9780948877544

Carruthers, G. (2003) Re-reading The new road. In: Renton, R. and Osborne, B.D. (eds.) Exploring New Roads: Essays on Neil Munro. House of Lochar: Colonsay, UK. ISBN 9781899863761

Carruthers, G. (2003) Remaking romantic Scotland: Lockhart's biographies of Burns and Scott. In: Bradley, A. and Rawes, A. (eds.) Romantic Biography. Ashgate: Aldershot, UK, pp. 93-108. ISBN 9780754609933

Carruthers, G., and Rawes, A. (2003) Romancing the Celt. In: Carruthers, G. and Rawes, A. (eds.) English Romanticism and the Celtic World. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 1-19. ISBN 9780521810852

Cameron, A., Scullion, A.C., and Carruthers, G. (2002) James Bridie and the Scottish theatre. In: Gifford, D., Dunnigan, S. and MacGillivray, A. (eds.) Scottish Literature in English and Scots. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 619-654. ISBN 9780748608256

Carruthers, G. (2002) Tobias Smollett: The expedition of Humphry Clinker. In: Gifford, D., Dunnigan, S. and MacGillivray, A. (eds.) Scottish Literature in English and Scots. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 170-181. ISBN 9780748608256

Carruthers, G., and Whyte, C. (2002) Enlightenment and vernacular. In: Gifford, D., Dunnigan, S. and MacGillivray, A. (eds.) Scottish Literature in English and Scots. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 105-118. ISBN 9780748608256

Carruthers, G., and Whyte, C. (2002) Widening the range 2. In: Gifford, D., Dunnigan, S. and MacGillivray, A. (eds.) Scottish Literature in English and Scots. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 182-192. ISBN 9780748608256

Carruthers, G. (2001) The procedure of life: Carswell's biography of Burns. In: Anderson, C. (ed.) Opening the Doors: The Achievement of Catherine Carswell. Ramsay Head Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9781873921098

Carruthers, G. (2000) James Thomson and eighteenth-century Scottish literary identity. In: Terry, R. (ed.) James Thomson: Essays for the Tercentenary. Liverpool University Press: Liverpool, pp. 165-190. ISBN 9780853239543

Carruthers, G. (1999) The construction of the Scottish critical tradition. In: McMillan, N. and Stirling, K. (eds.) Odd Alliances: Scottish Studies in European Contexts. Cruithne Press: Glasgow, pp. 52-65. ISBN 1873448155

Carruthers, G. (1998) Culture 1707-1850. In: Cooke, A., Donnachie, I., MacSween, A. and Whatley, C.A. (eds.) Modern Scottish History : 1707 to the Present. Vol. 1, The Transformation of Scotland, 1707-1850. Tuckwell Press: East Linton, pp. 136-149. ISBN 1862320683

Carruthers, G. (1997) Robert Burns and the Scottish Critical Tradition. In: Simpson, K.G. (ed.) Love and Liberty : Robert Burns : A Bicentenary Celebration. Tuckwell Press: East Linton, pp. 239-247. ISBN 1898410895

Carruthers, G. (1997) The remarkable fictions of Muriel Spark'. In: Gifford, D. and McMillan, D. (eds.) A History of Scottish Women's Writing. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 514-525. ISBN 9780748609161

Book Reviews

Carruthers, G. (2013) Character, Self, and Sociability in the Scottish Enlightenment ed. Thomas Ahnert & Susan Manning Palgrave, 2011. Bottle Imp(13), pp. 1-2. [Book Review]

Carruthers, G. (2013) Review of: Archibald Pitcairn, The Phanaticks edited by John MacQueen. Renaissance Quarterly, 66(3), pp. 1146-1148. (doi:10.1086/673709) [Book Review]

Carruthers, G. (2012) Review of: The Edinburgh Companion to Scottish Romanticism. Byron Journal, 40(176), pp. 78-80. [Book Review]

Carruthers, G. (2012) Review of Murray Pittock (ed.), The Edinburgh Companion to Scottish Romanticism. Byron Journal, 40(1), pp. 78-80. (doi:10.3828/bj.2012.8) [Book Review]

Carruthers, G. (2011) Fiona Stafford, Local Attachments: The Province of Poetry. Eighteenth-Century Scotland(25), pp. 18-19. [Book Review]

Carruthers, G. (2010) Sandro Jung, Anglo-Scot Poetry, Patronage and Politics in the Age of Union. Scottish Literary Review, pp. 145-147. [Book Review]

Carruthers, G. (2009) Abraham Lincoln and Robert Burns: Connected Lives and Legends. By Ferenc Morton Szasz. Scottish Historical Review, 88(2), pp. 381-382. (doi:10.3366/E0036924109001073) [Book Review]

Carruthers, G. (2007) John Skinner: Collected Poems. Review of Scottish Culture, 19, pp. 139-141. [Book Review]

Carruthers, G. (2006) Caroline McCracken-Flesher, Possible Scotlands. Scotia, 30, pp. 55-57. [Book Review]

Edited Books

Purdie, D., McCue, K. and Carruthers, G., (Eds.) (2013) Maurice Lindsay's The Burns Encylopedia. Robert Hale: London, UK. ISBN 9780709091943

Carruthers, G. and McIlvanney, L., (Eds.) (2012) Cambridge Companion to Scottish Literature. Series: Cambridge companions to literature. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9780521762410

Carruthers, G., Goldie, D. and Renfrew, A., (Eds.) (2012) Scotland and the Nineteenth Century World. Series: Scottish cultural review of language and literature. Rodopi: Amsterdam. ISBN 9789042035621

Carruthers, G., (Ed.) (2009) The Edinburgh Companion to Robert Burns. Series: Edinburgh companions to Scottish literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748636488

Rodger, J. and Carruthers, G., (Eds.) (2009) Fickle Man: Robert Burns in the 21st Century. Sandstone: Dingwall, UK. ISBN 9781905207275

Carruthers, G. and Gray, P.A., (Eds.) (2009) The Fornicators Court by Robert Burns. Abbotsford Library Project Trust & The Faculty of Advocates: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780956129109

Carruthers, G., (Ed.) (2009) Scottish Poems. Everyman's Library: New York, USA. ISBN 9780307269713

Carruthers, G., (Ed.) (2007) The Devil to Stage: Five Plays. Series: Association for Scottish Literary Studies. Association for Scottish Literary Studies, University of Glasgow: Glasgow, UK. ISBN 9780948877704

Scott, W. (2004) Reliquiae Trotcosienses. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748620722

Carruthers, G., Goldie, D. and Renfrew, A., (Eds.) (2004) Beyond Scotland: New Contexts for Twentieth Century Scottish Literature. Series: Scottish cultural review of language and literature. Rodopi. ISBN 9789042018839

Carruthers, G.C. and Rawes, A., (Eds.) (2003) English Romanticism and the Celtic World. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. ISBN 9780521810852

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