Professor Dauvit Broun

  • Director ArtsLab (Arts Lab)
  • Professor of Scottish History (History)

telephone: 01413304148
email: Dauvit.Broun@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests

  • Office Hours: Tuesday 2pm - 3pm and Wednesday 11am - 12noon, or by appointment.  Please send Professor Broun an e-mail to arrange.
  • Research Day:  Monday

Professor Broun's inaugural lecture, 12 November 2013:

Grants

Funded research projects

The Breaking of Britain is a collaborative project, funded by the AHRC, between the University of Glasgow, Lancaster University, the University of Edinburgh, and King’s College London (including the Department of Digital Humanities). The project is concerned with the period which extends from the failure of Alexander II’s short-lived revival of a Scoto-Northumbrian realm in 1216–17 to the formal abolition of cross-border landholding by Robert I in November 1314, following his victory at Bannockburn.
The project builds on the work of another project funded by the AHRC, The Paradox of Medieval Scotland (PoMS), and will extend the PoMS database to 1314. It will also be linked to a new database, recording interactions between the Crown and people in the three northern counties of England from 1216 to 1307. The project will also study border chronicles as a source both for medieval perceptions of identity and fields of medieval historical interest.

The Paradox of Medieval Scotland: social relationships and identities before the wars of independence (joint with King’s College, London)
AHRC Major Research Project grant of £629437 over 3 years. This project investigates how a recognisably modern Scottish identity was formed during the period 1093-1286. Through a comprehensive study of individuals, their social identities and relationships using the charters of this period, the project will seek to explain how the political and legal manifestations of Scotland as a single country and people emerged.

Digitising pre-1286 original Scottish charters
The Chancellor’s Fund, University of Glasgow, for digitisation of two archives (Holyrood and St Andrews) of charters surviving as contemporary single sheets (£2878.50). This is to support the ‘Reading Original Documents’ MLitt course and the charter workshops.

Digitising the Chronicle of Melrose
The Gargunnock Estate (to the Scottish History Society) (£5000); Scottish Inheritance Fund (£1200); Strathmartine Trust £1187: Digitisation of the manuscript of the Chronicle of Melrose, work on the disbound manuscript in the British Library, and production of DVD.

Supervision

Current postgraduates

  • Esmé Binoth, ‘Women, marriage and inheritance in Scotland, 12th and 13th centuries’.

Completed

  • Eila Williamson, ‘Scottish benefices and clergy during the pontificate of Sixtus IV (1471-84): the evidence in the Registra Supplicationum’ (1998)
  • Elsa Hamilton, ‘The acts of the earls of Dunbar relating to Scotland c.1124 - c.1289: a study of lordship in Scotland in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries’ (2003)
  • Nicholas Evans, ‘The textual development of the principle Irish chronicles in the tenth and eleventh centuries’ (2003)
  • Matthew Hammond, ‘A prosopographical analysis of society in east central Scotland with special reference to ethnicity, ca. 1100 – ca. 1260’ (2005)
  • Nigel Webb, ‘Settlement and integration in Scotland 1124-1214: local society and the development of aristocratic communities with special reference to the Anglo-French settlement of the South East’ (with Prof. David Bates) (2005)
  • Kimm Perkins-Curran, ‘Medieval religious women and their communities in Scotland’ (with Dr Marilyn Dunn) (2006)
  • Murray Tod, ‘Medieval responses to national history: non-textual scribal activity in manuscripts of Fordun and Bower and their derivatives’ (2006)
  • Eileen O’Sullivan, ‘The resolution of disputes and the origins Scottish common law, c.1115-1230’ (2007)
  • Richard Marsden, ‘Cosmo Innes and the re-creation of medieval Scotland’ (with Prof. Colin Kidd)
  • Mhairi-Claire Semple, ‘Social organisation in Scotland’s east midlands in the twelfth century, with special reference to ecclesiastical architecture’ (with Prof. Stephen Driscoll)
  • Andrew Smith, ‘Kelso Abbey as a focus of social interactions in the 12th and 13th centuries’.
  • Akihiro Takamori, ‘Authority and networks of major churches in the archdeaconry of Glasgow’.


 

Teaching

  • History Level 1C - The Independent Kingdom of Scotland 1100-1707: course convener
  • Honours courses:
    • The Picts and the Formation of Alba (with Steve Driscoll and Katherine Forsyth)
    • The Founding of the Kingdom: Scotland in the 12th and 13th centuries.
    • The Celtic Place-names of Scotland (with Thomas Clancy)
    • The Northern Britons, 5-12thC (with Steve Driscoll)
    • Early Medieval Gaeldom, 6-8th C (with Ewan Campbell)
    • Kingship and Locality: Scotland in 14th and 15th C
  • Honours Special subjects:
    • The Founding of Scotland c.1120-c.1250
    • History and National Identity in Medieval Scotland
  • MLitt in Medieval Scottish Studies:
    • 'Reading Original Documents' course.
    • Critical Evaluations of Sources and Methods in Scottish Medieval Studies (‘Secondary Sources’ in semester 1, ‘Primary Sources’ in semester 2)
    • A Critical Introduction to Medieval Scottish Historical Sources
    • Specialist Course in Medieval Scottish Studies
  • Charter reading classes for PhD students whose projects involve medieval Scottish charters

Additional information

Editorships

  • Editor (pre-1600) of the Scottish Historical Review (since 2003)
  • General editor (with Dr Máire Ní Mhaonaigh and Dr Huw Pryce) of the Studies in Celtic History monograph series, Boydell and Brewer (since 1997)
  • Associate editor (for volumes 1-4), The New Edinburgh History of Scotland (EUP: gen. ed. Roger Mason).
  • Convener of the Scottish History Society (since 2006)

Publications

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Number of items: 42.

2013

Broun, D. (2013) A forgotten anniversary: P. Hume Brown’s History of Scotland, 1911. In: Evans, N. and Pryce, H. (eds.) Writing a Small Nation's Past: Wales in Comparative Perspective, 1850–1950. Ashgate, Farnham, pp. 267-282. ISBN 9781409450627

Broun, D. (2013) Re-examining cáin in Scotland in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. In: Duffy, S. (ed.) Princes, Prelates and Poets in Medieval Ireland: Essays in Honour of Katharine Simms. Four Courts. ISBN 9781846822803

Broun, D. (2013) A second England? Scotland and the monarchy of Britain in the first English empire. In: Duffy, S. and Foran, S. (eds.) The English Isles: Cultural Transmission and Political Conflict in Britain and Ireland, 1100-1500. Four Courts Press, Dublin, Ireland. ISBN 9781846822230

2012

Broun, D. (2012) From Mar to the English midlands: the case of a Scottish couple pursuing claims to land in Warwickshire, 1224–1227. Breaking of Britain: Cross-Border Society and Scottish Independence .

Broun, D. (2012) English law and the unification of Scotland. Breaking of Britain: Feature of the Month .

2011

Broun, D., (Ed.) (2011) The Reality Behind Charter Diplomatic in Anglo-Norman Britain. Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies, University of Glasgow, Glasgow. ISBN 9780852619193

Broun, D. (2011) Introduction. In: Broun, D. (ed.) The Reality Behind Charter Diplomatic in Anglo-Norman Britain. Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK. ISBN 9780852619193X

Broun, D. (2011) The presence of witnesses and the writing of charters. In: Broun, D. (ed.) The Reality Behind Charter Diplomatic in Anglo-Norman Britain. Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK, pp. 235-290. ISBN 9780852619193X

Broun, D. (2011) New information on the Guardians’ appointment in 1286 and on Wallace’s rising in 1297. Breaking of Britain: Cross-Border Society and Scottish Independence 1216-1314 .

Broun, D. (2011) A recently discovered Latin chronicle of the Wars of Independence. Breaking of Britain: Cross-Border Society and Scottish Independence 1216-1314 .

2010

Broun, D. (2010) The Declaration of Arbroath and the birth of Scottish freedom. History Scotland, 10 (5). pp. 23-26. ISSN 1475-5270

Broun, D. (2010) Becoming a nation: Scotland in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. In: Tsurushima, H. (ed.) Nations in Medieval Britain. Shaun Tyas. ISBN 9781900289085

Broun, D. (2010) ‘Absent’ and dead charter-witnesses. Paradox of Medieval Scotland: 1093-1286 [Online Publication] .

Broun, D. (2010) The king’s brithem (Gaelic for ‘judge’) and the recording of dispute-resolutions. Paradox of Medieval Scotland: 1093-1286 [Online Publication] .

Broun, D. (2010) The presence of witnesses and writing of charters. In: Broun, D. (ed.) The Reality Behind Charter Diplomatic in the Anglo-Norman Era. University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK, pp. 235-285. ISBN 9780852619193

2009

Broun, D. and MacGregor, M., (Eds.) (2009) Mìorun Mòr nan Gall, 'The great ill-will of the Lowlander'? Lowland perceptions of the Highlands, Medieval and Modern. Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies, University of Glasgow, Glasgow. ISBN 978085261820X (print) 085261820X (e-book)

Broun, D. (2009) Creating and maintaining a year-by-year chronicle: the evidence of the Chronicle of Melrose. In: Kooper, E. (ed.) The Medieval Chronicle VI. Rodopi, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 141-152. ISBN 9789042026742

Broun, D. (2009) Making sense of an inaccurate copy: the case of Alexander III’s brieve of protection for Dunfermline Abbey, 1271. Paradox of Medieval Scotland: 1093-1286 [Online Publication] .

Broun, D. (2009) Attitudes of Gall to Gaedhel in Scotland before John of Fordun. In: Broun, D. and MacGregor, M.D. (eds.) Mìorun Mòr Nan Gall, 'The Great Ill-Will of the Lowlander'? Lowland Perceptions of the Highlands, Medieval and Modern. Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK, pp. 49-82. ISBN 085261820X

MacGregor, M. (2009) Gaelic barbarity and Scottish identity in the later Middle Ages. In: Broun, D. and MacGregor, M. (eds.) Mìorun mòr nan Gall, 'The great ill-will of the Lowlander'? Lowland perceptions of the Highlands, medieval and modern. Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, pp. 7-48. ISBN 978085261820X

2008

Broun, D. (2008) Old and new in the study of twelfth- and thirteenth-century Scotland [Japanese translation]. Kansaidaigaku Seiyoushironsou: Western Historical Essays, 11 . pp. 52-69.

Broun, D. (2008) The property records in the Book of Deer as a source for early Scottish society. In: Forsyth, K. (ed.) Studies on the Book of Deer. Four Courts Press, Dublin, Ireland, pp. 313-360. ISBN 9781851825691

Forsyth, K., Broun, D., and Clancy, T. (2008) The property records: text and translation. In: Forsyth, K. (ed.) Studies on the Book of Deer. Four Courts Press, Dublin, pp. 131-144. ISBN 9781851825691

2007

Broun, D. (2007) The Chronicle of the Kings of Alba. In: Erskine, C., MacDonald, A.R. and Penman, M. (eds.) Scotland: The Making and Unmaking of the Nation c.1100- 1707. Dundee University Press, Dundee, UK, pp. 8-11. ISBN 9781845860301

Broun, D. (2007) Comparison of Fordun to early sources on the history of Strathclyde. In: Erskine, C., MacDonald, A.R. and Penman, M. (eds.) Scotland: The Making and Unmaking of the Nation c.1100- 1707. Dundee University Press, Dundee, UK, pp. 12-14. ISBN 9781845860301

Broun, D. (2007) Scottish Independence and the Idea of Britain from the Picts to Alexander III. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748623600

Broun, D., and Harrison, J. (2007) The Chronicle of Melrose Abbey: A stratigraphic edition. Vol 1, Introduction and facsimile edition. Scottish History Society, Woodbridge, Suffolk. ISBN 9780906245293

Broun, D., and Royan, N. (2007) Versions of Scottish nationhood, c.850-1707. In: Brown , I. and Manning, S. (eds.) The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, UK, pp. 168-183. ISBN 9780748616152

2006

Broun, D. (2006) Scotland before 1100: writing Scotland's origins. In: Harris, B. and MacDonald, A.R. (eds.) Scotland: The Making and Unmaking of the Nation, c.1100-1707. Dundee University Press, Dundee, UK, pp. 1-16. ISBN 9781845860042

Broun, D. (2006) The genealogical 'tractates' associated with Míniugud senchusa fher nAlban and the creation of the Dál Riata ancestry of kings of Alba. Northern Scotland, 26 . pp. 1-29. ISSN 0306-5278

2005

Broun, D. (2005) Alba: Pictish homeland or Irish offshoot? In: O'Neill, P. (ed.) Exile and Homecoming: Papers from the Fifth Australian Conference of Celtic Studies, University of Sydney, July 2004. Series: Sydney series in Celtic studies (8). Celtic Studies Foundation, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, pp. 234-275. ISBN 9781864877427

Broun, D. (2005) Contemporary perspectives on Alexander II's succession: the evidence of king-lists. In: Oram, R.D. (ed.) The Reign of Alexander II, 1214-49. Series: The northern world (16). Brill, Leiden, Netherlamds, pp. 79-98. ISBN 9789004142060

Broun, D. (2005) The adoption of brieves in Scotland. In: Flanagan, M.T. and Green, J.A. (eds.) Charters and Charter Scholarship in Britain and Ireland. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 164-183. ISBN 1403932174

2004

Broun, D. (2004) The Welsh identity of the Kingdom of Strathclyde c.900-c.1200. Innes Review, 55 (2). pp. 111-180. ISSN 0020-157X

2003

Broun, D. (2003) The absence of regnal years from the dating clause of charters of Kings of Scots, 1195-1222. In: Gillingham, J. (ed.) Anglo-Norman Studies. 25, Proceedings of the Battle Conference 2002. Boydell and Brewer, Woodbridge, UK, pp. 47-64. ISBN 9780851159416

Broun, D. (2003) The declaration of Arbroath: pedigree of a nation? In: Barrow, G. (ed.) The Declaration of Arbroath: History, Significance, Setting. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, pp. 1-12. ISBN 090390327X

Broun, D. (2003) The origin of the Stone of Scone as a national icon. In: Breeze, D.J., Clancy, T.O. and Welander, R. (eds.) The Stone of Destiny: Artefact and Icon. Series: Monograph series (Society of Antiquaries of Scotland) (22). Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Edinburgh, UK, pp. 183-197. ISBN 9780903903226

2002

Broun, D. (2002) Picts' place in the kingship's past before John of Fordun. In: Cowan, E.J. and Finlay, R.J. (eds.) Scottish History: The Power of the Past. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, UK, pp. 11-28. ISBN 9780748614196

2001

Broun, D. (2001) The changing face of charter scholarship: a review article. Innes Review, 52 . pp. 205-211. ISSN 0020-157X

Broun, D. (2001) The church and the origins of Scottish independence in the twelfth century. Records of the Scottish Church History Society, 31 . pp. 1-34. ISSN 0264-5572

1999

Taylor, S. (1999) Seventh-century Iona abbots in Scottish place names. In: Broun, D. and Clancy, T.O. (eds.) Spes Scotorum: Hope of Scots : Saint Columba, Iona and Scotland. T. and T. Clark, Edinburgh, pp. 35-70. ISBN 9780567086822

1998

Macdonald, C.M.M. (1998) The Vanduaria of Ptolemy: place and the past. In: Broun, D., Finlay, R.J. and Lynch, M. (eds.) Image and Identity: The Making and Remaking of Scotland Through the Ages. John Donald, Edinburgh, UK, pp. 177-194. ISBN 9780859764094

This list was generated on Wed Oct 22 07:24:30 2014 BST.
Number of items: 42.

Article

Broun, D. (2012) From Mar to the English midlands: the case of a Scottish couple pursuing claims to land in Warwickshire, 1224–1227. Breaking of Britain: Cross-Border Society and Scottish Independence .

Broun, D. (2012) English law and the unification of Scotland. Breaking of Britain: Feature of the Month .

Broun, D. (2011) New information on the Guardians’ appointment in 1286 and on Wallace’s rising in 1297. Breaking of Britain: Cross-Border Society and Scottish Independence 1216-1314 .

Broun, D. (2011) A recently discovered Latin chronicle of the Wars of Independence. Breaking of Britain: Cross-Border Society and Scottish Independence 1216-1314 .

Broun, D. (2010) The Declaration of Arbroath and the birth of Scottish freedom. History Scotland, 10 (5). pp. 23-26. ISSN 1475-5270

Broun, D. (2010) ‘Absent’ and dead charter-witnesses. Paradox of Medieval Scotland: 1093-1286 [Online Publication] .

Broun, D. (2010) The king’s brithem (Gaelic for ‘judge’) and the recording of dispute-resolutions. Paradox of Medieval Scotland: 1093-1286 [Online Publication] .

Broun, D. (2009) Making sense of an inaccurate copy: the case of Alexander III’s brieve of protection for Dunfermline Abbey, 1271. Paradox of Medieval Scotland: 1093-1286 [Online Publication] .

Broun, D. (2008) Old and new in the study of twelfth- and thirteenth-century Scotland [Japanese translation]. Kansaidaigaku Seiyoushironsou: Western Historical Essays, 11 . pp. 52-69.

Broun, D. (2006) The genealogical 'tractates' associated with Míniugud senchusa fher nAlban and the creation of the Dál Riata ancestry of kings of Alba. Northern Scotland, 26 . pp. 1-29. ISSN 0306-5278

Broun, D. (2004) The Welsh identity of the Kingdom of Strathclyde c.900-c.1200. Innes Review, 55 (2). pp. 111-180. ISSN 0020-157X

Broun, D. (2001) The changing face of charter scholarship: a review article. Innes Review, 52 . pp. 205-211. ISSN 0020-157X

Broun, D. (2001) The church and the origins of Scottish independence in the twelfth century. Records of the Scottish Church History Society, 31 . pp. 1-34. ISSN 0264-5572

Book

Broun, D. (2007) Scottish Independence and the Idea of Britain from the Picts to Alexander III. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748623600

Broun, D., and Harrison, J. (2007) The Chronicle of Melrose Abbey: A stratigraphic edition. Vol 1, Introduction and facsimile edition. Scottish History Society, Woodbridge, Suffolk. ISBN 9780906245293

Book Section

Broun, D. (2013) A forgotten anniversary: P. Hume Brown’s History of Scotland, 1911. In: Evans, N. and Pryce, H. (eds.) Writing a Small Nation's Past: Wales in Comparative Perspective, 1850–1950. Ashgate, Farnham, pp. 267-282. ISBN 9781409450627

Broun, D. (2013) Re-examining cáin in Scotland in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. In: Duffy, S. (ed.) Princes, Prelates and Poets in Medieval Ireland: Essays in Honour of Katharine Simms. Four Courts. ISBN 9781846822803

Broun, D. (2013) A second England? Scotland and the monarchy of Britain in the first English empire. In: Duffy, S. and Foran, S. (eds.) The English Isles: Cultural Transmission and Political Conflict in Britain and Ireland, 1100-1500. Four Courts Press, Dublin, Ireland. ISBN 9781846822230

Broun, D. (2011) Introduction. In: Broun, D. (ed.) The Reality Behind Charter Diplomatic in Anglo-Norman Britain. Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK. ISBN 9780852619193X

Broun, D. (2011) The presence of witnesses and the writing of charters. In: Broun, D. (ed.) The Reality Behind Charter Diplomatic in Anglo-Norman Britain. Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK, pp. 235-290. ISBN 9780852619193X

Broun, D. (2010) Becoming a nation: Scotland in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. In: Tsurushima, H. (ed.) Nations in Medieval Britain. Shaun Tyas. ISBN 9781900289085

Broun, D. (2010) The presence of witnesses and writing of charters. In: Broun, D. (ed.) The Reality Behind Charter Diplomatic in the Anglo-Norman Era. University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK, pp. 235-285. ISBN 9780852619193

Broun, D. (2009) Creating and maintaining a year-by-year chronicle: the evidence of the Chronicle of Melrose. In: Kooper, E. (ed.) The Medieval Chronicle VI. Rodopi, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 141-152. ISBN 9789042026742

Broun, D. (2009) Attitudes of Gall to Gaedhel in Scotland before John of Fordun. In: Broun, D. and MacGregor, M.D. (eds.) Mìorun Mòr Nan Gall, 'The Great Ill-Will of the Lowlander'? Lowland Perceptions of the Highlands, Medieval and Modern. Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK, pp. 49-82. ISBN 085261820X

MacGregor, M. (2009) Gaelic barbarity and Scottish identity in the later Middle Ages. In: Broun, D. and MacGregor, M. (eds.) Mìorun mòr nan Gall, 'The great ill-will of the Lowlander'? Lowland perceptions of the Highlands, medieval and modern. Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, pp. 7-48. ISBN 978085261820X

Broun, D. (2008) The property records in the Book of Deer as a source for early Scottish society. In: Forsyth, K. (ed.) Studies on the Book of Deer. Four Courts Press, Dublin, Ireland, pp. 313-360. ISBN 9781851825691

Forsyth, K., Broun, D., and Clancy, T. (2008) The property records: text and translation. In: Forsyth, K. (ed.) Studies on the Book of Deer. Four Courts Press, Dublin, pp. 131-144. ISBN 9781851825691

Broun, D. (2007) The Chronicle of the Kings of Alba. In: Erskine, C., MacDonald, A.R. and Penman, M. (eds.) Scotland: The Making and Unmaking of the Nation c.1100- 1707. Dundee University Press, Dundee, UK, pp. 8-11. ISBN 9781845860301

Broun, D. (2007) Comparison of Fordun to early sources on the history of Strathclyde. In: Erskine, C., MacDonald, A.R. and Penman, M. (eds.) Scotland: The Making and Unmaking of the Nation c.1100- 1707. Dundee University Press, Dundee, UK, pp. 12-14. ISBN 9781845860301

Broun, D., and Royan, N. (2007) Versions of Scottish nationhood, c.850-1707. In: Brown , I. and Manning, S. (eds.) The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, UK, pp. 168-183. ISBN 9780748616152

Broun, D. (2006) Scotland before 1100: writing Scotland's origins. In: Harris, B. and MacDonald, A.R. (eds.) Scotland: The Making and Unmaking of the Nation, c.1100-1707. Dundee University Press, Dundee, UK, pp. 1-16. ISBN 9781845860042

Broun, D. (2005) Alba: Pictish homeland or Irish offshoot? In: O'Neill, P. (ed.) Exile and Homecoming: Papers from the Fifth Australian Conference of Celtic Studies, University of Sydney, July 2004. Series: Sydney series in Celtic studies (8). Celtic Studies Foundation, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, pp. 234-275. ISBN 9781864877427

Broun, D. (2005) Contemporary perspectives on Alexander II's succession: the evidence of king-lists. In: Oram, R.D. (ed.) The Reign of Alexander II, 1214-49. Series: The northern world (16). Brill, Leiden, Netherlamds, pp. 79-98. ISBN 9789004142060

Broun, D. (2005) The adoption of brieves in Scotland. In: Flanagan, M.T. and Green, J.A. (eds.) Charters and Charter Scholarship in Britain and Ireland. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 164-183. ISBN 1403932174

Broun, D. (2003) The absence of regnal years from the dating clause of charters of Kings of Scots, 1195-1222. In: Gillingham, J. (ed.) Anglo-Norman Studies. 25, Proceedings of the Battle Conference 2002. Boydell and Brewer, Woodbridge, UK, pp. 47-64. ISBN 9780851159416

Broun, D. (2003) The declaration of Arbroath: pedigree of a nation? In: Barrow, G. (ed.) The Declaration of Arbroath: History, Significance, Setting. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, pp. 1-12. ISBN 090390327X

Broun, D. (2003) The origin of the Stone of Scone as a national icon. In: Breeze, D.J., Clancy, T.O. and Welander, R. (eds.) The Stone of Destiny: Artefact and Icon. Series: Monograph series (Society of Antiquaries of Scotland) (22). Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Edinburgh, UK, pp. 183-197. ISBN 9780903903226

Broun, D. (2002) Picts' place in the kingship's past before John of Fordun. In: Cowan, E.J. and Finlay, R.J. (eds.) Scottish History: The Power of the Past. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, UK, pp. 11-28. ISBN 9780748614196

Taylor, S. (1999) Seventh-century Iona abbots in Scottish place names. In: Broun, D. and Clancy, T.O. (eds.) Spes Scotorum: Hope of Scots : Saint Columba, Iona and Scotland. T. and T. Clark, Edinburgh, pp. 35-70. ISBN 9780567086822

Macdonald, C.M.M. (1998) The Vanduaria of Ptolemy: place and the past. In: Broun, D., Finlay, R.J. and Lynch, M. (eds.) Image and Identity: The Making and Remaking of Scotland Through the Ages. John Donald, Edinburgh, UK, pp. 177-194. ISBN 9780859764094

Edited Book

Broun, D., (Ed.) (2011) The Reality Behind Charter Diplomatic in Anglo-Norman Britain. Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies, University of Glasgow, Glasgow. ISBN 9780852619193

Broun, D. and MacGregor, M., (Eds.) (2009) Mìorun Mòr nan Gall, 'The great ill-will of the Lowlander'? Lowland perceptions of the Highlands, Medieval and Modern. Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies, University of Glasgow, Glasgow. ISBN 978085261820X (print) 085261820X (e-book)

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