Professor Murray Pittock

  • Pro-Vice Principal - Special Projects (Office of the Vice Principals)
  • Bradley Chair of English Literature (English Literature)

telephone: 01413305253
email: Murray.Pittock@glasgow.ac.uk

Personal assistant: Mrs Joanne Shearer
telephone: 01413308496
email: Joanne.Shearer@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests

Murray Pittock (MA D.Litt. Glasgow; D.Phil Oxford)is Bradley Professor and Pro Vice-Principal. He has worked at the universities of Manchester (where he was the first professor of Scottish literature at an English university), Edinburgh, Oxford, Aberdeen and Strathclyde, and has held visiting appointments at the Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies (2002), New York University (Visiting Professor of English, 2015); Charles University, Prague (Ministry of Education Visiting Professor in Languages, 2010), Trinity College, Dublin (Visiting Professor in English and History, 2008), Auburn (History and Equality and Diversity, 2006), Notre Dame (NEH seminar visiting scholar in Irish Studies, 2014), USC (Roy Lecturer in Scottish Studies, 2015) and Yale (Senior Warnock Fellow, 1998 and 2000-1). Murray is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, the English Association, the Royal Historical Society, the Royal Society of Arts and the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland among other bodies, and an honorary Fellow of the Association for Scottish Literary Studies. Murray's books are set on courses in English, History, Irish Studies, theology and politics in around twenty-five countries, and he has been awarded or shortlisted/nominated for a number of literary and historical prizes and prize lectureships. He is one of the few UK academics to be a prize lecturer of both the Royal Society of Edinburgh and the British Academy, and has acted as an external assessor for chairs and grants from the Ivy League to the Middle East. Murray is Scottish History Adviser to the National Trust for Scotland, has acted as adviser to the National Galleries and has held grants in English, History, Museology, Tourism and the creative economy. In 2014, he became the founding convenor of the International Association for the Study of Scottish Literatures, and remains chair of its Trustees. The 2020 Congress is in Prague: https://www.facebook.com/ScotLit2020/.

His most recent books include Enlightenment in a Smart City: Edinburgh’s Civic Development 1660-1750 (supported by AHRC and Royal Society of Edinburgh, 2018); The Scots Musical Museum (supported by AHRC, 2 vols, 2018); Culloden (History Today top 10 titles of the year, House of Commons reading list and Herald book choice, 2016, reprinted 2017); The Reception of Robert Burns in Europe (supported by AHRC, 2014); The Road to Independence? Scotland in the Balance (2014, 1st edition nominated for Orwell Prize, Daily Telegraph referendum reading choice); Material Culture and Sedition (Saltire Research Book of the Year shortlist, 2014); Scottish and Irish Romanticism (supported by AHRC, paperback, 2011); The Edinburgh Companion to Scottish Romanticism (2011); Robert Burns and Global Culture (supported by AHRC, 2011).

Murray has won almost 20 grants to work on cultural and public memory, Jacobitism and the redefining of national Romanticisms. Currently he is PI of the £1M AHRC Ramsay Project

(https://www.gla.ac.uk/edinburghenlightenment/), the EPSRC-AHRC Immersive Experiences Scottish Heritage Partnership (https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/humanities/research/informationstudiesresearch/researchprojects/scottishnationalheritage/) and the Scottish Government (Economic Development) contract on Robert Burns and the Scottish Economy.  Murray’s former research students are in posts in the UK, US and SE Asia at levels ranging from research assistant to senior management. Two recent PhDs (Michael Shaw, 2014; Craig Lamont, 2015) won the Roy Medal for the best Scottish Studies thesis of the year in successive years.

Murray has appeared in the UK and overseas media in over 50 countries on some 1500 occasions to comment on history, literature and current affairs, including scripting and presenting radio series ( The Roots of Scottish Nationalism -Radio 4, 6.25M aggregate audience, 81% UK wide approval rating) and has co-curated a number of exhibitions. He regularly acts as a consultant to national institutions. Murray supervises PhDs in the areas of Burns, Cultural History, Irish Studies, Jacobitism, Romanticism, Scott, Scottish Studies and other fields.

WEBSITES

https://www.gla.ac.uk/edinburghenlightenment/ (AHRC Ramsay Project 2018-23 and RSE Enlightenment project, 2015-17)

https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/humanities/research/informationstudiesresearch/researchprojects/scottishnationalheritage/: (EPSRC-AHRC Scottish National Heritage Partnership)

https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/critical/research/researchcentresandnetworks/robertburnsstudies/ourresearch/burns/ (AHRC Robert Burns Beyond Text)

https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/critical/research/researchcentresandnetworks/globalburnsnetwork/ (AHRC Global Burns Network)


Supervision

  • Jonathan Henderson (AHRC Project Funded): ‘Robert Burns’s Engagement with the Language of Sentiment in 18th Century Writings’ (2nd supervisor)
  • Niall Henderson: ‘Imagination and Genre in the Writings of David Hume’ (2nd supervisor)
  • Craig Lamont (AHRC CDA with Glasgow Life): ‘Georgian Glasgow’
  • James Morris: ‘Romantic Writing and Colonialism’ (2nd supervisor)
  • Molly Rorke: ‘Dougal Graham’s History of the Rebellion’ (2nd supervisor)
  • Michael Shaw (AHRC funded): ‘Scotland’s Fin-de-Siècle: National Discontent and its relationships to Stadialism and Decadence’

Publications

List by: Type | Date

Jump to: 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001
Number of items: 85.

2018

Pittock, M. ed. (2018) The Oxford Edition of the Works of Robert Burns: Volume II and III: The Scots Musical Museum. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199683895

2017

Pittock, M. (2017) Preface. In: Müller, K. P., Schwittlinsky, I. and Walker, R. (eds.) Inspiring Views from «a' the airts» on Scottish Literatures, Art and Cinema: The First World Congress of Scottish Literatures in Glasgow, 2014. Series: Scottish Studies International (41). Peter Lang: Frankfurt am Main. ISBN 9783631672853

2016

Pittock, M. and Lamont, C. R. (2016) Spatial humanities: mapping Edinburgh in the first age of Enlightenment. Studies in Scottish Literature, 42(2), pp. 151-163.

Pittock, M. (2016) Culloden = (Cùil Lodair). Series: Great battles. Oxford University Press: Oxford. ISBN 9780199664078

Pittock, M. (2016) Who Wrote the Scots Musical Museum? Series: W. Ormiston Roy memorial lectures. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform: Columbia South Carolina. ISBN 9781530581542

Pittock, M. (2016) Introduction: Scottish romanticism. European Romantic Review, 27(4), pp. 425-431. (doi:10.1080/10509585.2016.1190101)

Pittock, M. (2016) Thresholds of memory: Birch and Hawthorn in the poetry of Robert Burns. European Romantic Review, 27(4), pp. 449-458. (doi:10.1080/10509585.2016.1190087)

Pittock, M. (2016) Who wrote the Scots Musical Museum? Challenging editorial practice in the presence of authorial absence. Studies in Scottish Literature, 42(1), pp. 3-28.

2015

Pittock, M. (2015) The British people: description or denial? In: Mueller, K. (ed.) Scotland 2014 and Beyond-Coming of Age and Loss of Innocence ? Series: Scottish Studies International (39). Peter Lang: Frankfurt, pp. 71-92. ISBN 9783631655719

Pittock, M. and Lamont, C. R. (2015) Edinburgh's Enlightenment, 1680-1750. [Website]

2014

Pittock, M. (2014) Scottish Independence: The Week Briefing. Dennis Publishing: London.

Pittock, M. G. H. (2014) The Invention of Scotland. Series: Routledge revivals. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781138813151

Pittock, M. (Ed.) (2014) The Reception of Robert Burns in Europe. Series: The Reception of British and Irish Authors in Europe. Bloomsbury: London. ISBN 9781441170316

Bold, V. (2014) Robert Burns' Reception in Slovenia. In: Pittock, M. (ed.) The Reception of Robert Burns in Europe. Series: The Reception of British and Irish Authors in Europe. Bloomsbury: London, pp. 249-255. ISBN 9781441170316

Pittock, M. (2014) Spectrum of Decadence: The Literature of the 1890s. Series: Routledge Revivals. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781138799127

Pittock, M. and Whatley, C. A. (2014) Poems and festivals, art and artefact and the commemoration of Robert Burns, c.1844–c.1896'. Scottish Historical Review, 93(1), pp. 56-79. (doi:10.3366/shr.2014.0199)

Pittock, M. (Ed.) (2014) The Reception of Sir Walter Scott in Europe. Series: The reception of British and Irish authors in Europe. Bloomsbury: London. ISBN 9781472535474

Pittock, M. (2014) The Road to Independence? Scotland in the Balance. Reaktion Books: London. ISBN 9781780232874

2013

Pittock, M. (2013) Material Culture and Sedition 1688-1760: Treacherous Objects, Secret Places. Series: Palgrave studies in the enlightenment, romanticism and the cultures of print. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke. ISBN 9781137278081

Pittock, M. (2013) What is the place of theories of nationalism in a transnational age? In: Pilný, O. and Horová, M. (eds.) Tis to Create and in Creating Live: Essays in Honour of Martin Procházka. Charles University: Prague, pp. 151-159. ISBN 9788073084455

Pittock, M. (2013) Enlightenment, Romanticism and the Scottish Canon. In: Carruthers, G. and McIlvanney, L. (eds.) The Cambridge Companion to Scottish Literature. Series: Cambridge companions to literature. CUP. ISBN 9780521189361

Pittock, M. (2013) Oxford Bibliographies Online: The Highlands. Catalogue. Oxford University Press. (In Press)

Pittock, M. (2013) Union and sovereignty. National Identities, (In Press)

Pittock, M. (2013) What is a national Gothic? In: Constantine, M.-A. and Johnston, D. (eds.) Footsteps of Liberty and Revolt: Essays on Wales and the French Revolution. Series: Wales and the French Revolution. University of Wales Press: Cardiff, pp. 231-245. ISBN 9780708325902

2012

Mackay, P. and Pittock, M. (2012) Highland Mary: objects and memories. Romanticism, 18(2), pp. 191-203. (doi:10.3366/rom.2012.0084)

Pittock, M. (2012) Scottish sovereignty and the union of 1707: then and now. National Identities, 14(1), pp. 11-21. (doi:10.1080/14608944.2012.657082)

Pittock, M. (2012) Sir Walter Scott: historiography contested by fiction. In: Caserio, R.L. and Hawes, C. (eds.) Cambridge History of the English Novel. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 277-291. ISBN 9780521194952

Pittock, M. (2012) Slavery as a political metaphor in Scotland and Ireland in the age of Burns. In: Alker, S., Davis, L. and Nelson, H. F. (eds.) Robert Burns and Transatlantic Culture. Series: Ashgate series in nineteenth-century transatlantic studies. Ashgate: Farnham, pp. 19-30. ISBN 9781409405764

2011

Pittock, M. and Mackay, P. (2011) Beyond text: Burns, Byron and their material cultural afterlife. Byron Journal, 39(2), pp. 149-162. (doi:10.3828/bj.2011.18)

Pittock, M. (2011) The MacBean collection, the Pitsligo papers and other Jacobite holdings. In: Beaven, I., Davidson, P. and Stevenson, J. (eds.) The Library and Archive Collections at the University of Aberdeen. Manchester University Press, pp. 224-226. ISBN 9780719087882

Pittock, M. (Ed.) (2011) The Edinburgh Companion to Scottish Romanticism. Series: Edinburgh Companions to Scottish Literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748638451

Leask, N. (2011) Robert Burns and Romanticism in Britain and Ireland. In: Pittock, M. (ed.) The Edinburgh Companion to Scottish Romanticism. Series: Edinburgh Companions to Scottish Literature. Edinburgh University Press, pp. 127-138. ISBN 9780748638468

Pittock, M. (2011) Introduction: Global Burns. In: Pittock, M. (ed.) Robert Burns in Global Culture. Bucknell University Press, pp. 13-24. ISBN 9781611480306

Pittock, M. (2011) "A long farewell to all my greatness": the history of the reputation of Robert Burns. In: Pittock, M. (ed.) Robert Burns in Global Culture. Bucknell University Press: Lewisburg, PA, pp. 25-46. ISBN 9781611480306

Pittock, M. (2011) Treacherous objects: towards a theory of Jacobite material culture. Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 34(1), pp. 39-63. (doi:10.1111/j.1754-0208.2011.00350.x)

Pittock, M. (Ed.) (2011) Robert Burns in Global Culture. Bucknell University Press: Lewisburg, USA. ISBN 9781611480306

Clancy, T. (2011) Gaelic literature and Scottish romanticism. In: Pittock, M. (ed.) The Edinburgh Companion to Scottish Romanticism. Series: Edinburgh Companions to Scottish Literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 49-60. ISBN 9780748638468

Mackay, P.A. and Pittock, M. (2011) Robert Burns Beyond Text. [Exhibitions]

Mackay, P.A. and Pittock, M. (2011) Robert Burns Beyond Text. [Exhibitions]

Mackay, P.A. and Pittock, M. (2011) Robert Burns Beyond Text: Treasure of the Month Exhibition. [Exhibitions]

Pittock, M. (2011) Scotland. In: Lynch, J. (ed.) Samuel Johnson in Context. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 329-336. ISBN 9780521190107

Pittock, M. (2011) "The real language of men": Fa's Speerin? Burns and the Scottish romantic vernacular. In: Sergeant, D. and Stafford, F. (eds.) Burns and Other Poets. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 91-106. ISBN 9780748643578

Pittock, M., Mackay, P. and Whatley, C. (2011) Robert Burns: Inventing Tradition and Securing Memory, 1796-1909. [Website]

2010

Pittock, M. (2010) 'What is a National Culture?'. Litteraria Pragensia: Studies in Literature and Culture, 19(38), pp. 30-47.

Monod, P., Pittock, M. and Szechi, D. (Eds.) (2010) Loyalty and identity: Jacobites at home and abroad. Series: Studies in Modern History. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9780230222571

Pittock, M. (2010) Fratriotism, Jacobitism and diaspora. Aiste,

Pittock, M. (2010) Nibbling at Adam Smith: A mouse’s sma’ request and the limits of social justice in the Scottish Romanticism of Robert Burns. In: Rocenka Textu Zahranicnich Profesoru. Charles University: Prague, pp. 175-190. ISBN 9788073082901

Pittock, M. (2010) Plaiding the invention of Scotland: tartan and Scotland, 1690-1830. In: Brown, I. (ed.) From Tartan to Tartanry: Scottish Culture, History and Myth. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748638772

Pittock, M. (2010) Scottish, Irish and Welsh romanticism. In: Higgins, D. and Rushton, S. (eds.) Teaching Romanticism. Series: Teaching the new English. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, UK, pp. 38-48. ISBN 9780230224841

2009

Pittock, M. (2009) "To see ourselves as others see us": the Scot in English eyes since 1707. European Journal of English Studies, 13(3), pp. 293-304. (doi:10.1080/13825570903223475)

Pittock, M. (2009) Byron’s networks and Scottish romanticism. Byron Journal, 37(1), pp. 5-14.

Pittock, M. (2009) El Cami cap a la independencia? Biblioteca d'autors Escocesos. Pascual Editor. ISBN 9788493582326

Pittock, M. (2009) The Jacobite song: was there a Scottish aisling? 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: Glasgow, UK. ISBN 9780948877889

Pittock, M. (2009) James Hogg: Scottish romanticism, song and the public sphere. In: Alker, S.R. and Nelson, H.F. (eds.) James Hogg and the Literary Marketplace: Scottish Romanticism and the Working-Class Author. Ashgate: Farnham, UK, pp. 111-122. ISBN 9780754665694

Pittock, M. (2009) The Myth of the Jacobite Clans: the Jacobite Army in 1745 [2nd revised and expanded ed.]. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748627561

Pittock, M. (2009) Nibbling at Adam Smith: a mouse's "sma request" and the limits of social justice. In: Rodger, J. and Carruthers, G. (eds.) Fickle Man: Robert Burns in the 21st Century. Sandstone Press: Dingwall, pp. 161-173. ISBN 9781905207275

Pittock, M. (2009) Scotland, empire and apocalypse from Stevenson to Buchan. In: Brown, I. and Riach, A. (eds.) Edinburgh Companion to Twentieth-Century Scottish Literature. Series: Edinburgh companions to Scottish literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 25-36. ISBN 9780748636938

2008

Pittock, M. (2008) El Camí Cap a la Independència? Escòcia des Dels Anys Seixanta. Series: Biblioteca d'autors escocesos. Pascual Editor: Girona, Spain. ISBN 9788493582326

Pittock, M. (2008) The Road to Independence? Scotland Since the Sixties. Series: Contemporary worlds. Reaktion: London, UK. ISBN 9781861893659

Pittock, M. (2008) Scottish and Irish Romanticism. Oxford University Press: Oxford. ISBN 9780199232796

2007

Pittock, M. (2007) Allan Ramsay and the decolonisation of genre. Review of English Studies, 58(235), pp. 316-337. (doi:10.1093/res/hgl138)

Leask, N.J. (2007) Scottish literature of empire and emigration 1700-1900. In: Clancy, T.O. and Pittock, M. (eds.) The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748624812

Pittock, M. (2007) Dissolving the dream of empire: fratriotism, Boswell, Byron and Moore. Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies, 1(1), pp. 127-144.

Pittock, M. (2007) The Jacobite song: was there a Scottish aisling? Review of Scottish Culture, 19, pp. 45-53.

Pittock, M. (2007) James Boswell. AHRC Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies. ISBN 9781906108014

Pittock, M. (2007) Material culture in modern Scotland. In: Clancy, T.O., Manning, S. and Pittock, M. (eds.) The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 64-68. ISBN 9780748627608

Pittock, M. (2007) Patrick Geddes and the celtic revival. In: Clancy, T.O. and Pittock, M. (eds.) The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 338-346. ISBN 9780748627608

Pittock, M. (2007) Patriot dress and patriot games: tartan from the Jacobites to Queen Victoria. In: McCracken-Flesher, C. (ed.) Culture, Nation, and the New Scottish Parliament. Bucknell University Press: Lewisburg, USA, pp. 158-174. ISBN 9780838755471

Pittock, M. (2007) Scots. In: Beller, M. and Leerssen, J.T. (eds.) Imagology: The Cultural Construction and Literary Representation of National Characters: A Critical Study. Rodopi: Amsterdam, Netherlands, pp. 230-234. ISBN 9789042023185

Pittock, M. (2007) Scottish song and the Jacobite cause. In: Clancy, T.O. and Pittock, M. (eds.) The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 105-109. ISBN 9780748627608

Pittock, M., Brown, I., Clancy, T.O. and Manning, S. (2007) The Edinburgh history of Scottish literature. Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 9780748616152; 9780748624812; 9780748624829

2006

Pittock, M. (Ed.) (2006) The Reception of Sir Walter Scott in Europe. Series: The Athlone critical traditions series. Continuum: London, UK. ISBN 9780826474100

Hubbard, T. (2006) European reception of Scott's poetry: translation as the front line. In: Pittock, M. (ed.) The Reception of Sir Walter Scott in Europe. Series: The Athlone critical traditions series. Continuum: London, UK, pp. 268-284. ISBN 9780826474100

Pittock, M. (2006) History and the teleology of civility in the Scottish enlightenment. In: Manning, S. and France, P. (eds.) Enlightenment and Emancipation. Series: Bucknell studies in eighteenth-century literature and culture. Bucknell University Press: Lewisburg, USA, pp. 81-96. ISBN 9780838756195

Pittock, M. (2006) Robert Burns: "Tam O'Shanter". In: Gerrard, C. (ed.) A Companion to Eighteenth-Century Poetry. Series: Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture (44). Blackwell Publishing: Malden, USA, pp. 329-337. ISBN 9781405113168

Pittock, M. (2006) Scott and the European nationalities question. In: Pittock, M. (ed.) The Reception of Sir Walter Scott in Europe. Series: The Athlone Critical Traditions Series. Continuum: London, UK. ISBN 9780826474100

2005

Pittock, M. (2005) Sources and dates for the Jacobite song II. Archives, 30(112), pp. 1-7.

Pittock, M. (2005) Robert Fergusson and the romantic ode. Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 28(1), pp. 55-66. (doi:10.1111/j.1754-0208.2005.tb00316.x)

Pittock, M. (2005) Charles Edward Stuart. Etudes Ecossaises, 10, pp. 57-71.

2004

Pittock, M. (2004) Enlightenment historiography and its legacy: plurality, authority and power. In: Brocklehurst, H. and Phillips, R. (eds.) History, Nationhood and the Question of Britain. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, UK, pp. 33-44. ISBN 9781403912961

2003

Pittock, M. (2003) A new history of Scotland. Sutton: Stroud, UK. ISBN 9780750927864

Pittock, M. (2003) Robert Burns and British poetry. In: Proceedings of the British Academy: 2002 Lectures. Oxford University Press, pp. 191-211. ISBN 9780197263037

Pittock, M. (2003) John Law’s Theory of money and its roots in Scottish culture. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 133, pp. 391-403.

2002

Hogg, J. (2002) The Jacobite relics of Scotland: being the songs, airs and legends of the adherents of the House of Stuart. Series: The collected works of James Hogg. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748615926; 9780748615919

2001

Pittock, M. (2001) Scottish nationality. Series: British history in perspective. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9780333726631

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Articles

Pittock, M. and Lamont, C. R. (2016) Spatial humanities: mapping Edinburgh in the first age of Enlightenment. Studies in Scottish Literature, 42(2), pp. 151-163.

Pittock, M. (2016) Introduction: Scottish romanticism. European Romantic Review, 27(4), pp. 425-431. (doi:10.1080/10509585.2016.1190101)

Pittock, M. (2016) Thresholds of memory: Birch and Hawthorn in the poetry of Robert Burns. European Romantic Review, 27(4), pp. 449-458. (doi:10.1080/10509585.2016.1190087)

Pittock, M. (2016) Who wrote the Scots Musical Museum? Challenging editorial practice in the presence of authorial absence. Studies in Scottish Literature, 42(1), pp. 3-28.

Pittock, M. and Whatley, C. A. (2014) Poems and festivals, art and artefact and the commemoration of Robert Burns, c.1844–c.1896'. Scottish Historical Review, 93(1), pp. 56-79. (doi:10.3366/shr.2014.0199)

Pittock, M. (2013) Union and sovereignty. National Identities, (In Press)

Mackay, P. and Pittock, M. (2012) Highland Mary: objects and memories. Romanticism, 18(2), pp. 191-203. (doi:10.3366/rom.2012.0084)

Pittock, M. (2012) Scottish sovereignty and the union of 1707: then and now. National Identities, 14(1), pp. 11-21. (doi:10.1080/14608944.2012.657082)

Pittock, M. and Mackay, P. (2011) Beyond text: Burns, Byron and their material cultural afterlife. Byron Journal, 39(2), pp. 149-162. (doi:10.3828/bj.2011.18)

Pittock, M. (2011) Treacherous objects: towards a theory of Jacobite material culture. Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 34(1), pp. 39-63. (doi:10.1111/j.1754-0208.2011.00350.x)

Pittock, M. (2010) 'What is a National Culture?'. Litteraria Pragensia: Studies in Literature and Culture, 19(38), pp. 30-47.

Pittock, M. (2010) Fratriotism, Jacobitism and diaspora. Aiste,

Pittock, M. (2009) "To see ourselves as others see us": the Scot in English eyes since 1707. European Journal of English Studies, 13(3), pp. 293-304. (doi:10.1080/13825570903223475)

Pittock, M. (2009) Byron’s networks and Scottish romanticism. Byron Journal, 37(1), pp. 5-14.

Pittock, M. (2007) Allan Ramsay and the decolonisation of genre. Review of English Studies, 58(235), pp. 316-337. (doi:10.1093/res/hgl138)

Pittock, M. (2007) Dissolving the dream of empire: fratriotism, Boswell, Byron and Moore. Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies, 1(1), pp. 127-144.

Pittock, M. (2007) The Jacobite song: was there a Scottish aisling? Review of Scottish Culture, 19, pp. 45-53.

Pittock, M. (2005) Sources and dates for the Jacobite song II. Archives, 30(112), pp. 1-7.

Pittock, M. (2005) Robert Fergusson and the romantic ode. Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 28(1), pp. 55-66. (doi:10.1111/j.1754-0208.2005.tb00316.x)

Pittock, M. (2005) Charles Edward Stuart. Etudes Ecossaises, 10, pp. 57-71.

Pittock, M. (2003) John Law’s Theory of money and its roots in Scottish culture. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 133, pp. 391-403.

Books

Pittock, M. ed. (2018) The Oxford Edition of the Works of Robert Burns: Volume II and III: The Scots Musical Museum. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199683895

Pittock, M. (2016) Culloden = (Cùil Lodair). Series: Great battles. Oxford University Press: Oxford. ISBN 9780199664078

Pittock, M. (2016) Who Wrote the Scots Musical Museum? Series: W. Ormiston Roy memorial lectures. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform: Columbia South Carolina. ISBN 9781530581542

Pittock, M. (2014) Scottish Independence: The Week Briefing. Dennis Publishing: London.

Pittock, M. G. H. (2014) The Invention of Scotland. Series: Routledge revivals. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781138813151

Pittock, M. (2014) Spectrum of Decadence: The Literature of the 1890s. Series: Routledge Revivals. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781138799127

Pittock, M. (2014) The Road to Independence? Scotland in the Balance. Reaktion Books: London. ISBN 9781780232874

Pittock, M. (2013) Material Culture and Sedition 1688-1760: Treacherous Objects, Secret Places. Series: Palgrave studies in the enlightenment, romanticism and the cultures of print. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke. ISBN 9781137278081

Pittock, M. (2009) El Cami cap a la independencia? Biblioteca d'autors Escocesos. Pascual Editor. ISBN 9788493582326

Pittock, M. (2009) The Myth of the Jacobite Clans: the Jacobite Army in 1745 [2nd revised and expanded ed.]. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748627561

Pittock, M. (2008) El Camí Cap a la Independència? Escòcia des Dels Anys Seixanta. Series: Biblioteca d'autors escocesos. Pascual Editor: Girona, Spain. ISBN 9788493582326

Pittock, M. (2008) The Road to Independence? Scotland Since the Sixties. Series: Contemporary worlds. Reaktion: London, UK. ISBN 9781861893659

Pittock, M. (2008) Scottish and Irish Romanticism. Oxford University Press: Oxford. ISBN 9780199232796

Pittock, M. (2007) James Boswell. AHRC Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies. ISBN 9781906108014

Pittock, M., Brown, I., Clancy, T.O. and Manning, S. (2007) The Edinburgh history of Scottish literature. Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 9780748616152; 9780748624812; 9780748624829

Pittock, M. (2003) A new history of Scotland. Sutton: Stroud, UK. ISBN 9780750927864

Pittock, M. (2001) Scottish nationality. Series: British history in perspective. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9780333726631

Book Sections

Pittock, M. (2017) Preface. In: Müller, K. P., Schwittlinsky, I. and Walker, R. (eds.) Inspiring Views from «a' the airts» on Scottish Literatures, Art and Cinema: The First World Congress of Scottish Literatures in Glasgow, 2014. Series: Scottish Studies International (41). Peter Lang: Frankfurt am Main. ISBN 9783631672853

Pittock, M. (2015) The British people: description or denial? In: Mueller, K. (ed.) Scotland 2014 and Beyond-Coming of Age and Loss of Innocence ? Series: Scottish Studies International (39). Peter Lang: Frankfurt, pp. 71-92. ISBN 9783631655719

Bold, V. (2014) Robert Burns' Reception in Slovenia. In: Pittock, M. (ed.) The Reception of Robert Burns in Europe. Series: The Reception of British and Irish Authors in Europe. Bloomsbury: London, pp. 249-255. ISBN 9781441170316

Pittock, M. (2013) What is the place of theories of nationalism in a transnational age? In: Pilný, O. and Horová, M. (eds.) Tis to Create and in Creating Live: Essays in Honour of Martin Procházka. Charles University: Prague, pp. 151-159. ISBN 9788073084455

Pittock, M. (2013) Enlightenment, Romanticism and the Scottish Canon. In: Carruthers, G. and McIlvanney, L. (eds.) The Cambridge Companion to Scottish Literature. Series: Cambridge companions to literature. CUP. ISBN 9780521189361

Pittock, M. (2013) What is a national Gothic? In: Constantine, M.-A. and Johnston, D. (eds.) Footsteps of Liberty and Revolt: Essays on Wales and the French Revolution. Series: Wales and the French Revolution. University of Wales Press: Cardiff, pp. 231-245. ISBN 9780708325902

Pittock, M. (2012) Sir Walter Scott: historiography contested by fiction. In: Caserio, R.L. and Hawes, C. (eds.) Cambridge History of the English Novel. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 277-291. ISBN 9780521194952

Pittock, M. (2012) Slavery as a political metaphor in Scotland and Ireland in the age of Burns. In: Alker, S., Davis, L. and Nelson, H. F. (eds.) Robert Burns and Transatlantic Culture. Series: Ashgate series in nineteenth-century transatlantic studies. Ashgate: Farnham, pp. 19-30. ISBN 9781409405764

Pittock, M. (2011) The MacBean collection, the Pitsligo papers and other Jacobite holdings. In: Beaven, I., Davidson, P. and Stevenson, J. (eds.) The Library and Archive Collections at the University of Aberdeen. Manchester University Press, pp. 224-226. ISBN 9780719087882

Leask, N. (2011) Robert Burns and Romanticism in Britain and Ireland. In: Pittock, M. (ed.) The Edinburgh Companion to Scottish Romanticism. Series: Edinburgh Companions to Scottish Literature. Edinburgh University Press, pp. 127-138. ISBN 9780748638468

Pittock, M. (2011) Introduction: Global Burns. In: Pittock, M. (ed.) Robert Burns in Global Culture. Bucknell University Press, pp. 13-24. ISBN 9781611480306

Pittock, M. (2011) "A long farewell to all my greatness": the history of the reputation of Robert Burns. In: Pittock, M. (ed.) Robert Burns in Global Culture. Bucknell University Press: Lewisburg, PA, pp. 25-46. ISBN 9781611480306

Clancy, T. (2011) Gaelic literature and Scottish romanticism. In: Pittock, M. (ed.) The Edinburgh Companion to Scottish Romanticism. Series: Edinburgh Companions to Scottish Literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 49-60. ISBN 9780748638468

Pittock, M. (2011) Scotland. In: Lynch, J. (ed.) Samuel Johnson in Context. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 329-336. ISBN 9780521190107

Pittock, M. (2011) "The real language of men": Fa's Speerin? Burns and the Scottish romantic vernacular. In: Sergeant, D. and Stafford, F. (eds.) Burns and Other Poets. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 91-106. ISBN 9780748643578

Pittock, M. (2010) Nibbling at Adam Smith: A mouse’s sma’ request and the limits of social justice in the Scottish Romanticism of Robert Burns. In: Rocenka Textu Zahranicnich Profesoru. Charles University: Prague, pp. 175-190. ISBN 9788073082901

Pittock, M. (2010) Plaiding the invention of Scotland: tartan and Scotland, 1690-1830. In: Brown, I. (ed.) From Tartan to Tartanry: Scottish Culture, History and Myth. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748638772

Pittock, M. (2010) Scottish, Irish and Welsh romanticism. In: Higgins, D. and Rushton, S. (eds.) Teaching Romanticism. Series: Teaching the new English. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, UK, pp. 38-48. ISBN 9780230224841

Pittock, M. (2009) The Jacobite song: was there a Scottish aisling? 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: Glasgow, UK. ISBN 9780948877889

Pittock, M. (2009) James Hogg: Scottish romanticism, song and the public sphere. In: Alker, S.R. and Nelson, H.F. (eds.) James Hogg and the Literary Marketplace: Scottish Romanticism and the Working-Class Author. Ashgate: Farnham, UK, pp. 111-122. ISBN 9780754665694

Pittock, M. (2009) Nibbling at Adam Smith: a mouse's "sma request" and the limits of social justice. In: Rodger, J. and Carruthers, G. (eds.) Fickle Man: Robert Burns in the 21st Century. Sandstone Press: Dingwall, pp. 161-173. ISBN 9781905207275

Pittock, M. (2009) Scotland, empire and apocalypse from Stevenson to Buchan. In: Brown, I. and Riach, A. (eds.) Edinburgh Companion to Twentieth-Century Scottish Literature. Series: Edinburgh companions to Scottish literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 25-36. ISBN 9780748636938

Leask, N.J. (2007) Scottish literature of empire and emigration 1700-1900. In: Clancy, T.O. and Pittock, M. (eds.) The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748624812

Pittock, M. (2007) Material culture in modern Scotland. In: Clancy, T.O., Manning, S. and Pittock, M. (eds.) The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 64-68. ISBN 9780748627608

Pittock, M. (2007) Patrick Geddes and the celtic revival. In: Clancy, T.O. and Pittock, M. (eds.) The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 338-346. ISBN 9780748627608

Pittock, M. (2007) Patriot dress and patriot games: tartan from the Jacobites to Queen Victoria. In: McCracken-Flesher, C. (ed.) Culture, Nation, and the New Scottish Parliament. Bucknell University Press: Lewisburg, USA, pp. 158-174. ISBN 9780838755471

Pittock, M. (2007) Scots. In: Beller, M. and Leerssen, J.T. (eds.) Imagology: The Cultural Construction and Literary Representation of National Characters: A Critical Study. Rodopi: Amsterdam, Netherlands, pp. 230-234. ISBN 9789042023185

Pittock, M. (2007) Scottish song and the Jacobite cause. In: Clancy, T.O. and Pittock, M. (eds.) The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 105-109. ISBN 9780748627608

Hubbard, T. (2006) European reception of Scott's poetry: translation as the front line. In: Pittock, M. (ed.) The Reception of Sir Walter Scott in Europe. Series: The Athlone critical traditions series. Continuum: London, UK, pp. 268-284. ISBN 9780826474100

Pittock, M. (2006) History and the teleology of civility in the Scottish enlightenment. In: Manning, S. and France, P. (eds.) Enlightenment and Emancipation. Series: Bucknell studies in eighteenth-century literature and culture. Bucknell University Press: Lewisburg, USA, pp. 81-96. ISBN 9780838756195

Pittock, M. (2006) Robert Burns: "Tam O'Shanter". In: Gerrard, C. (ed.) A Companion to Eighteenth-Century Poetry. Series: Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture (44). Blackwell Publishing: Malden, USA, pp. 329-337. ISBN 9781405113168

Pittock, M. (2006) Scott and the European nationalities question. In: Pittock, M. (ed.) The Reception of Sir Walter Scott in Europe. Series: The Athlone Critical Traditions Series. Continuum: London, UK. ISBN 9780826474100

Pittock, M. (2004) Enlightenment historiography and its legacy: plurality, authority and power. In: Brocklehurst, H. and Phillips, R. (eds.) History, Nationhood and the Question of Britain. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, UK, pp. 33-44. ISBN 9781403912961

Pittock, M. (2003) Robert Burns and British poetry. In: Proceedings of the British Academy: 2002 Lectures. Oxford University Press, pp. 191-211. ISBN 9780197263037

Edited Books

Pittock, M. (Ed.) (2014) The Reception of Robert Burns in Europe. Series: The Reception of British and Irish Authors in Europe. Bloomsbury: London. ISBN 9781441170316

Pittock, M. (Ed.) (2014) The Reception of Sir Walter Scott in Europe. Series: The reception of British and Irish authors in Europe. Bloomsbury: London. ISBN 9781472535474

Pittock, M. (Ed.) (2011) The Edinburgh Companion to Scottish Romanticism. Series: Edinburgh Companions to Scottish Literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748638451

Pittock, M. (Ed.) (2011) Robert Burns in Global Culture. Bucknell University Press: Lewisburg, USA. ISBN 9781611480306

Monod, P., Pittock, M. and Szechi, D. (Eds.) (2010) Loyalty and identity: Jacobites at home and abroad. Series: Studies in Modern History. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9780230222571

Pittock, M. (Ed.) (2006) The Reception of Sir Walter Scott in Europe. Series: The Athlone critical traditions series. Continuum: London, UK. ISBN 9780826474100

Hogg, J. (2002) The Jacobite relics of Scotland: being the songs, airs and legends of the adherents of the House of Stuart. Series: The collected works of James Hogg. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748615926; 9780748615919

Research Reports or Papers

Pittock, M. (2013) Oxford Bibliographies Online: The Highlands. Catalogue. Oxford University Press. (In Press)

Exhibitions

Mackay, P.A. and Pittock, M. (2011) Robert Burns Beyond Text. [Exhibitions]

Mackay, P.A. and Pittock, M. (2011) Robert Burns Beyond Text. [Exhibitions]

Mackay, P.A. and Pittock, M. (2011) Robert Burns Beyond Text: Treasure of the Month Exhibition. [Exhibitions]

Website

Pittock, M. and Lamont, C. R. (2015) Edinburgh's Enlightenment, 1680-1750. [Website]

Pittock, M., Mackay, P. and Whatley, C. (2011) Robert Burns: Inventing Tradition and Securing Memory, 1796-1909. [Website]

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