Dr Rhona Brown

  • Senior Lecturer in Eighteenth-Century Scottish Literature and the Periodical Press (Scottish Literature)

telephone: 01413308529
email: Rhona.Brown@glasgow.ac.uk

R405 Level 4, Scottish Literature, 7 University Gardens, Glasgow G12 8QH

ORCID iDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-0073-8227

Biography

Rhona Brown is a graduate of Strathclyde and Glasgow Universities. Her PhD, entitled '"For what use was I made, I wonder?": The Construction and Revision of Robert Fergusson in his Cultural Contexts', was completed in 2004. She joined Scottish Literature as a Lecturer in 2006, and teaches across the Scottish Literature undergraduate degree. She is also Postgraduate Convener for the Subject Area.

Rhona's research specialism is in eighteenth-century Scots language poetry, the history of the Scottish periodical press and textual editing. Her first monograph, Robert Fergusson and the Scottish Periodical Press, was published in 2012, and she has published widely on the work of Fergusson, Allan Ramsay and Robert Burns, as well as eighteenth-century journalism, the development of the periodical press, eighteenth-century clubs, societies and networks, and eighteenth-century Scottish literary culture in general.

She is currently involved in two major textual editing projects funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. As Co-Investigator on the 'Editing Robert Burns for the 21st Century: Poetry and Correspondence' project (PI Gerard Carruthers), Rhona is co-editing three volumes of Burns's correspondence. She is also Co-Investigator of 'The Collected Works of Allan Ramsay' (PI Murray Pittock), in which she is editor of Ramsay's Poems (2 volumes) and co-editor (with Craig Lamont) of Ramsay's Prose. She has also produced an online edition of The Edinburgh Gazetteer, a radical Scottish newspaper of the 1790s.

Rhona has held various roles in key organisations in Scottish literary studies, including the Association for Scottish Literature, the International Association for the Study of Scottish Literatures and the Universities Committee for Scottish Literature. She is currently co-editor (with Scott Lyall, Edinburgh Napier University) of Scottish Literary Review and is a Series Editor for the Scottish Cultural Review of Language and Literature series, published by Brill. In 2022, Rhona was appointed to the first Editorial Board for the new Scottish Universities Press, an Open Access publishing platform owned by a consortium of Scottish Higher Education Institutions. She is also a member of the Discipline+ Catalyst for Literature in the Scottish Graduate School for the Arts and Humanities. She completed the Aurora Programme for women in Higher Education leadership in 2015, and was the recipient of a University of Glasgow Teaching Excellence Award in 2012. Rhona is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Research interests

Research interests

  • Eighteenth-century Scottish literature
  • The eighteenth-century Scottish periodical press
  • Eighteenth-century Scottish poetry/journalism and politics
  • Scottish club culture in the eighteenth century
  • Eighteenth-century Scottish literary networks
  • Scottish Romanticism
  • Textual Editing
  • Allan Ramsay
  • Robert Fergusson
  • Robert Burns  

Publications

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2022

Brown, R. (2022) 1820 in contemporary press account. In: Carruthers, G., Gallagher, K. T., Lamont, C. and Smith, G. (eds.) 1820 Scottish Rebellion: Essays on a Nineteenth-Century Insurrection. John Donald: Edinburgh, pp. 55-73. ISBN 9781910900833 (In Press)

Brown, R. (2022) James Currie and John Ramsay of Ochtertyre: new manuscripts. Burns Chronicle, 131(2), pp. 217-224. (doi: 10.3366/burns.2022.0059)

Editors:, , Pittock, M. , Brown, R. , McGuinness, D. , Newman, S., Szechi, D., Lamont, C. , Robertson-Kirkland, B. E. and Caudle, J. J. (2022) Collected Works of Allan Ramsay. [Website]

2021

Brown, R. (2021) Robert Burns on the twentieth-century stage. In: Brown, I. and Carruthers, G. (eds.) Performing Robert Burns: Enactments and Representations of the ‘National Bard’. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 120-136. ISBN 9781474457149

2020

Brown, R. (2020) "The Bohemian Club": a study of Edinburgh's Cape Club. In: Wallace, M. C. and Rendall, J. (eds.) Association and Enlightenment: Scottish Clubs and Societies, 1700-1830. Series: Studies in eighteenth-century Scotland. Bucknell University Press: Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. ISBN 9781684482672

Brown, R. (2020) Networks of sociability in Allan Ramsay's The Fair Assembly. Studies in Scottish Literature, 46(2), pp. 22-39.

2019

Brown, R. (2019) Educating the female child: debates from the Scottish periodical press in Enlightenment Scotland, 1750–1800. In: Dunnigan, S. and Lai, S.-F. (eds.) The Land of Story-Books: Scottish Children's Literature in the Long Nineteenth Century. Series: Occasional papers (Association for Scottish Literary Studies) (23). Scottish Literature International: Glasgow, pp. 1-19. ISBN 9781908980298

Brown, R. (2019) Self-curation, self-editing and audience construction by eighteenth-century Scots vernacular poets. Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 42(2), pp. 157-174. (doi: 10.1111/1754-0208.12605)

2018

Brown, R. (2018) Elizabeth Scot, nee Rutherford (1729-89). In: Ewan, E., Pipes, R., Rendall, J. and Reynolds, S. (eds.) The New Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Women: Second Edition. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781474436274

Brown, R. (2018) The afterlives of Allan Ramsay in the British Periodical Press, 1720-1870. Scottish Literary Review, 10(1), pp. 95-115.

Brown, R. (2018) Scotland, Britain, Europe: parallels with Eighteenth-Century political debate. Scottish Affairs, 27(1), pp. 54-62. (doi: 10.3366/scot.2018.0223)

2017

Brown, R. (2017) The Edinburgh Gazetteer: Radical Networks and Journalism in 1790s Scotland. [Website]

2016

Brown, R. (2016) Thomas Muir and the Edinburgh gazetteer: reporting on the 'friend of the people' before and after his trial. In: Carruthers, G. and Martin, D. (eds.) Thomas Muir of Huntershill: Essays for the Twenty-First Century. Humming Earth: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781846220517

2015

Brown, R. (2015) Literary communities and commemorations in the Edinburgh Cape Club. Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 38(4), pp. 525-539. 12348. (doi: 10.1111/1754-0208.12348)

Benchimol, A. , Brown, R. and Shuttleton, D. (Eds.) (2015) Before Blackwood's: Scottish Journalism in the Age of Enlightenment. Series: Enlightenment World. Pickering and Chatto: London. ISBN 9781848935501

Brown, R. (2015) Wilkes and Scottish liberty: the reception of John Wilkes in the Weekly Magazine, or Edinburgh Amusement. In: Benchimol, A., Brown, R. and Shuttleton, D. (eds.) Before Blackwood's: Scottish Journalism in the Age of Enlightenment. Series: Enlightenment World. Pickering and Chatto: London. ISBN 9781848935501

Benchimol, A. , Brown, R. and Shuttleton, D. (2015) Introduction. In: Benchimol, A., Brown, R. and Shuttleton, D. (eds.) Before Blackwood's: Scottish Journalism in the Age of Enlightenment. Series: Enlightenment world (29). Pickering and Chatto: London, pp. 1-8. ISBN 9781848935501

Brown, R. (2015) 'Beshrew the sombre pencil!": Robert Fergusson (1750-74) and sensibility in Scotland. In: Thompson, P. (ed.) Beyond Sense and Sensibility: Moral Formation and Literary Imagination from Johnson to Wordsworth. Bucknell University Press. ISBN 9781611486407

Brown, R. (2015) 'Rebellious Highlanders': the reception of Corsica in the Edinburgh periodical press, 1730-1800. Studies in Scottish Literature, 41(1), pp. 108-128.

Brown, R. (2015) Robert Fergusson. In: Day, G. H. and Lynch, J. (eds.) The Encyclopedia of British Literature, 1660-1789. Wiley-Blackwell: London. ISBN 9781444330205

2014

Brown, R. (2014) The long-lost James Beattie: the (re)discovery of "The Grotesquiad". Review of English Studies, 65(270), pp. 456-473. (doi: 10.1093/res/hgt086)

Brown, R. (2014) Memorialising the death and legacy of Robert Fergusson: romantic sympathy and enlightened medical improvement. Bottle Imp, 15,

Brown, R. (2014) The construction of Robert Fergusson's illness and death. In: Coyer, M. J. and Shuttleton, D. E. (eds.) Scottish Medicine and Literary Culture, 1726-1832. Series: Clio medica: perspectives in medical humanities (94). Rodopi: Amsterdam. ISBN 9789042038912

2013

Brown, R. (2013) 'A Tale of Two Britons'. Scotsman,

Brown, R. and Buntin, M. (2013) Family resemblance: a dialogue between father and son. In: Campbell, M. and Dulau, A. (eds.) Allan Ramsay: Portraits of the Enlightenment. Prestel: Munich, pp. 51-65. ISBN 9783791348780

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)

2012

Brown, R. (2012) Allan Ramsay and Robert Fergusson. In: Hadfield, A. (ed.) Oxford Bibliographies in British and Irish Literature. Oxford University Press: New York.

Brown, R. (2012) Allan Ramsay, Robert Fergusson and Robert Burns. In: Stafford, F. and Sergeant, D. (eds.) Burns and Other Poets. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 23-38. ISBN 9780748643578

Brown, R. (2012) "The Cape still flourishes anon": A new Club poem by Robert Fergusson. Review of Scottish Culture, 24, pp. 110-125.

Brown, R. (2012) 'Guid black prent': Robert Burns and the contemporary Scottish and American periodical press. In: Alker, S., Davis, L. and Nelson, H.F. (eds.) Robert Burns and Transatlantic Culture. Series: Ashgate series in nineteenth-century transatlantic studies. Ashgate. ISBN 9781409405764

Brown, R. (2012) Robert Fergusson and the Scottish Periodical Press. Ashgate: Farnham, UK. ISBN 9781409420231

Brown, R. (2012) Twentieth-century poetry. In: Norquay, G. (ed.) Edinburgh Companion to Scottish Women's Writing. Series: Edinburgh companions to Scottish literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 140-151. ISBN 9780748644315

2011

Brown, R. (2011) Twentieth-Century Burns Scholars: Thomas Crawford. Burns Chronicle, 2011, pp. 9-12.

Brown, R. (2011) James Beattie's 'The Grotesquiad': a major literary find at Abbotsford library. Times Literary Supplement, 9th Ju,

2010

Brown, R.L. (2010) The biographical construction of Robert Fergusson, 1774-1900. Drouth, 34, pp. 53-63.

2009

Brown, R.L. (2009) Robert Burns and Robert Ferguson. In: Carruthers, G. (ed.) The Edinburgh Companion to Robert Burns. Series: Edinburgh companions to Scottish literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748636488

Brown, R.L. and McCue, K.C. (2009) Burns 'The outré being' and 'The beautiful nymph of Ballochmyle'. In: Rodgers, J. and Carruthers, G. (eds.) Fickle Man : Robert Burns in the 21st Century. Sandstone: Dingwall, pp. 215-233. ISBN 9781905207275

2007

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

2006

Brown, R.L. (2006) Brothers in misfortune: Robert Fergusson and Thomas Chatterton. Thomas Chatteton Newsletter, 3,

Brown, R.L. (2006) Forging Yorick: constructions and counterfeits of Laurence Sterne in the Scottish Periodical Press. Shandean: An Annual Volume Devoted to Laurence Sterne and his Works, 17, pp. 93-106.

2005

Brown, R.L. (2005) The city poetry of Robert Fergusson and Robert Hogg. Studies in Hogg and His World, 16, pp. 36-52.

Brown, R.L. (2005) Making Robert Burns: the unpublished correspondence of James Currie. Burns Chronicle, Winter, pp. 4-9.

Brown, R.L. (2005) Reconstructing the Ettrick Shepherd: James Hogg and his work in the twenty-first century. SCOTIA: Interdisciplinary Journal of Scottish Studies, 29, pp. 26-44.

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

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Number of items: 44.

Articles

Brown, R. (2022) James Currie and John Ramsay of Ochtertyre: new manuscripts. Burns Chronicle, 131(2), pp. 217-224. (doi: 10.3366/burns.2022.0059)

Brown, R. (2020) Networks of sociability in Allan Ramsay's The Fair Assembly. Studies in Scottish Literature, 46(2), pp. 22-39.

Brown, R. (2019) Self-curation, self-editing and audience construction by eighteenth-century Scots vernacular poets. Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 42(2), pp. 157-174. (doi: 10.1111/1754-0208.12605)

Brown, R. (2018) The afterlives of Allan Ramsay in the British Periodical Press, 1720-1870. Scottish Literary Review, 10(1), pp. 95-115.

Brown, R. (2018) Scotland, Britain, Europe: parallels with Eighteenth-Century political debate. Scottish Affairs, 27(1), pp. 54-62. (doi: 10.3366/scot.2018.0223)

Brown, R. (2015) Literary communities and commemorations in the Edinburgh Cape Club. Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 38(4), pp. 525-539. 12348. (doi: 10.1111/1754-0208.12348)

Brown, R. (2015) 'Rebellious Highlanders': the reception of Corsica in the Edinburgh periodical press, 1730-1800. Studies in Scottish Literature, 41(1), pp. 108-128.

Brown, R. (2014) The long-lost James Beattie: the (re)discovery of "The Grotesquiad". Review of English Studies, 65(270), pp. 456-473. (doi: 10.1093/res/hgt086)

Brown, R. (2014) Memorialising the death and legacy of Robert Fergusson: romantic sympathy and enlightened medical improvement. Bottle Imp, 15,

Brown, R. (2013) 'A Tale of Two Britons'. Scotsman,

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)

Brown, R. (2012) "The Cape still flourishes anon": A new Club poem by Robert Fergusson. Review of Scottish Culture, 24, pp. 110-125.

Brown, R. (2011) Twentieth-Century Burns Scholars: Thomas Crawford. Burns Chronicle, 2011, pp. 9-12.

Brown, R. (2011) James Beattie's 'The Grotesquiad': a major literary find at Abbotsford library. Times Literary Supplement, 9th Ju,

Brown, R.L. (2010) The biographical construction of Robert Fergusson, 1774-1900. Drouth, 34, pp. 53-63.

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

Brown, R.L. (2006) Brothers in misfortune: Robert Fergusson and Thomas Chatterton. Thomas Chatteton Newsletter, 3,

Brown, R.L. (2006) Forging Yorick: constructions and counterfeits of Laurence Sterne in the Scottish Periodical Press. Shandean: An Annual Volume Devoted to Laurence Sterne and his Works, 17, pp. 93-106.

Brown, R.L. (2005) The city poetry of Robert Fergusson and Robert Hogg. Studies in Hogg and His World, 16, pp. 36-52.

Brown, R.L. (2005) Making Robert Burns: the unpublished correspondence of James Currie. Burns Chronicle, Winter, pp. 4-9.

Brown, R.L. (2005) Reconstructing the Ettrick Shepherd: James Hogg and his work in the twenty-first century. SCOTIA: Interdisciplinary Journal of Scottish Studies, 29, pp. 26-44.

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

Books

Brown, R. (2012) Robert Fergusson and the Scottish Periodical Press. Ashgate: Farnham, UK. ISBN 9781409420231

Book Sections

Brown, R. (2022) 1820 in contemporary press account. In: Carruthers, G., Gallagher, K. T., Lamont, C. and Smith, G. (eds.) 1820 Scottish Rebellion: Essays on a Nineteenth-Century Insurrection. John Donald: Edinburgh, pp. 55-73. ISBN 9781910900833 (In Press)

Brown, R. (2021) Robert Burns on the twentieth-century stage. In: Brown, I. and Carruthers, G. (eds.) Performing Robert Burns: Enactments and Representations of the ‘National Bard’. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 120-136. ISBN 9781474457149

Brown, R. (2020) "The Bohemian Club": a study of Edinburgh's Cape Club. In: Wallace, M. C. and Rendall, J. (eds.) Association and Enlightenment: Scottish Clubs and Societies, 1700-1830. Series: Studies in eighteenth-century Scotland. Bucknell University Press: Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. ISBN 9781684482672

Brown, R. (2019) Educating the female child: debates from the Scottish periodical press in Enlightenment Scotland, 1750–1800. In: Dunnigan, S. and Lai, S.-F. (eds.) The Land of Story-Books: Scottish Children's Literature in the Long Nineteenth Century. Series: Occasional papers (Association for Scottish Literary Studies) (23). Scottish Literature International: Glasgow, pp. 1-19. ISBN 9781908980298

Brown, R. (2018) Elizabeth Scot, nee Rutherford (1729-89). In: Ewan, E., Pipes, R., Rendall, J. and Reynolds, S. (eds.) The New Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Women: Second Edition. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781474436274

Brown, R. (2016) Thomas Muir and the Edinburgh gazetteer: reporting on the 'friend of the people' before and after his trial. In: Carruthers, G. and Martin, D. (eds.) Thomas Muir of Huntershill: Essays for the Twenty-First Century. Humming Earth: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781846220517

Brown, R. (2015) Wilkes and Scottish liberty: the reception of John Wilkes in the Weekly Magazine, or Edinburgh Amusement. In: Benchimol, A., Brown, R. and Shuttleton, D. (eds.) Before Blackwood's: Scottish Journalism in the Age of Enlightenment. Series: Enlightenment World. Pickering and Chatto: London. ISBN 9781848935501

Benchimol, A. , Brown, R. and Shuttleton, D. (2015) Introduction. In: Benchimol, A., Brown, R. and Shuttleton, D. (eds.) Before Blackwood's: Scottish Journalism in the Age of Enlightenment. Series: Enlightenment world (29). Pickering and Chatto: London, pp. 1-8. ISBN 9781848935501

Brown, R. (2015) 'Beshrew the sombre pencil!": Robert Fergusson (1750-74) and sensibility in Scotland. In: Thompson, P. (ed.) Beyond Sense and Sensibility: Moral Formation and Literary Imagination from Johnson to Wordsworth. Bucknell University Press. ISBN 9781611486407

Brown, R. (2015) Robert Fergusson. In: Day, G. H. and Lynch, J. (eds.) The Encyclopedia of British Literature, 1660-1789. Wiley-Blackwell: London. ISBN 9781444330205

Brown, R. (2014) The construction of Robert Fergusson's illness and death. In: Coyer, M. J. and Shuttleton, D. E. (eds.) Scottish Medicine and Literary Culture, 1726-1832. Series: Clio medica: perspectives in medical humanities (94). Rodopi: Amsterdam. ISBN 9789042038912

Brown, R. and Buntin, M. (2013) Family resemblance: a dialogue between father and son. In: Campbell, M. and Dulau, A. (eds.) Allan Ramsay: Portraits of the Enlightenment. Prestel: Munich, pp. 51-65. ISBN 9783791348780

Brown, R. (2012) Allan Ramsay and Robert Fergusson. In: Hadfield, A. (ed.) Oxford Bibliographies in British and Irish Literature. Oxford University Press: New York.

Brown, R. (2012) Allan Ramsay, Robert Fergusson and Robert Burns. In: Stafford, F. and Sergeant, D. (eds.) Burns and Other Poets. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 23-38. ISBN 9780748643578

Brown, R. (2012) 'Guid black prent': Robert Burns and the contemporary Scottish and American periodical press. In: Alker, S., Davis, L. and Nelson, H.F. (eds.) Robert Burns and Transatlantic Culture. Series: Ashgate series in nineteenth-century transatlantic studies. Ashgate. ISBN 9781409405764

Brown, R. (2012) Twentieth-century poetry. In: Norquay, G. (ed.) Edinburgh Companion to Scottish Women's Writing. Series: Edinburgh companions to Scottish literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 140-151. ISBN 9780748644315

Brown, R.L. (2009) Robert Burns and Robert Ferguson. In: Carruthers, G. (ed.) The Edinburgh Companion to Robert Burns. Series: Edinburgh companions to Scottish literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748636488

Brown, R.L. and McCue, K.C. (2009) Burns 'The outré being' and 'The beautiful nymph of Ballochmyle'. In: Rodgers, J. and Carruthers, G. (eds.) Fickle Man : Robert Burns in the 21st Century. Sandstone: Dingwall, pp. 215-233. ISBN 9781905207275

Edited Books

Benchimol, A. , Brown, R. and Shuttleton, D. (Eds.) (2015) Before Blackwood's: Scottish Journalism in the Age of Enlightenment. Series: Enlightenment World. Pickering and Chatto: London. ISBN 9781848935501

Website

Editors:, , Pittock, M. , Brown, R. , McGuinness, D. , Newman, S., Szechi, D., Lamont, C. , Robertson-Kirkland, B. E. and Caudle, J. J. (2022) Collected Works of Allan Ramsay. [Website]

Brown, R. (2017) The Edinburgh Gazetteer: Radical Networks and Journalism in 1790s Scotland. [Website]

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Grants

  • Co-Investigator, Editing Robert Burns for the Twenty-First Century: Poetry and Correspondence (AHRC Major Research Grant, 2017-22; PI: Prof Gerard Carruthers, GU)
  • Co-Investigator, The Edinburgh Allan Ramsay (AHRC Major Research Grant, 2018-23; PI: Prof Murray Pittock)
  • Principal Investigator, The Edinburgh Gazetteer: Radical Networks and Journalism in 1790s Scotland (Royal Society of Edinburgh, 2016-17)
  • Principal Investigator, Eighteenth-Century Scottish Authors and the Periodical Press, c.1720-c.1820 (Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland, 2015-16)
  • Principal Investigator, Robert Fergusson and the Contemporary Periodical Press (Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland, 2008-09)
  • Principal Investigator, British Academy Overseas Conference Grant (2006)

Supervision

Rhona has supervised MPhil and doctoral research on the work of Allan Ramsay and James Thomson, Thomas Carlyle, nineteenth-century Scottish women’s poetry, Ulster-Scots poetry, the work of Edwin Morgan, Liz Lochhead, Susan Ferrier, Mary Brunton, Catherine Cockburn Trotter, Mary Queen of Scots, Robert Burns and his contemporaries and studies of publisher and book history. 

She is available to supervise postgraduate research on the wide range of eighteenth-century Scottish poetry, its relationship with politics, the Scottish periodical press and Scottish literary networks in the long eighteenth century.  

  • Bouch, Joe
    The nuisance and disturbance of the outsider
  • Ferguson, Joanne
    James Hogg and Robert Burns through lens of 'natural genius'
  • Gallagher, Kevin
    Death, Afterlives and the American Civil War: The Cultural Reception of Robert Burns, 1796-1865.
  • Hay, Emily
    Quenis awne hand’: the literary agency of Mary Queen of Scots in shaping her own public image, 1567-1587
  • Marchidanu, Maria
    Between the Self and the Public Other: Female Identity from Enlightenment Philosophy to Nineteenth Century Women's Writing
  • Mason, Patricia Jane
    Assessment of Alexander Craig's 'Pilgrime and Hermite'
  • Wells, Heather
    Catharine Trotter Cockburn (c.1674-1749): The influence of nation, faith and gender in her literary writing.

Teaching

Convener:

  • Postgraduate Studies in Scottish Literature
  • Memorialising Scottish Culture and Literature (Hons)
  • Popular Literary Enlightenment (Hons)

Lecturer:

  • Level 1 Scottish Literature
  • Level 2 Scottish Literature
  • Dissertation (Hons Scottish Literature)
  • Memorialising Scottish Culture and Literature (Hons Scottish Literature)
  • Popular Literary Enlightenment (Hons Scottish Literature)
  • Robert Burns (Hons Scottish Literature)
  • Robert Burns Online (Online and Distance Taught)
  • Robert Burns: Poems, Songs and Legacy (MOOC) - Online via FutureLearn
  • Scottish Journeys
  • Textual Editing (Hons Scottish Literature)

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