Dr Stephen Mullen

  • Lecturer in History (History)

email: Stephen.Mullen@glasgow.ac.uk

R. 207, 9 University Gardens, University of Glasgow, G12 8QQ

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ORCID iDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0001-6768-3051

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Number of items: 29.

2024

Mullen, S. , Mackillop, A. and Driscoll, S. (2024) Surveying and Analysing Connections between Properties in Care and the British Empire, c.1600–1997. Other. Historic Environment Scotland.

2023

Mullen, S. (2023) Surveying Corra Foundation’s Historical Relationship with British Banks, Empire and Atlantic Slavery. Documentation. Corra Foundation.

Mullen, S. (2023) The Gaelic Club of Glasgow: Gateway from the Scottish Highlands to the British Atlantic World, 1780–1838. In: Kehoe, S. K., Dalglish, C. and Tindley, A. (eds.) Scottish Highlands and the Atlantic World Social Networks and Identities. Edinburgh University Press, pp. 148-169. ISBN 9781474494304

Mullen, S. and Gibbs, E. (2023) Scotland, Atlantic Slavery and the Scottish National Party: from colonised to coloniser in the political imagination. Nations and Nationalism, 29(3), pp. 922-938. (doi: 10.1111/nana.12925)

Mullen, S. (2023) Proslavery collaborations between British outport and metropole: the rise of the Glasgow-West India interest, 1775-1838. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, (doi: 10.1080/03086534.2023.2166390) (Early Online Publication)

2022

Mullen, S. (2022) The Glasgow Sugar Aristocracy: Scotland and Caribbean Slavery, 1775–1838. Series: New historical perspectives. University of London Press: London. ISBN 9781909646773 (doi: 10.14296/fyax1274)

Mullen, S. (2022) Acknowledging the legacies of slavery in British universities: slavery, abolition, and the University of Glasgow. In: Thomas, R. R. (ed.) Rhetoric, Public Memory, and Campus History. Liverpool University Press, Clemson University Press: Clemson, pp. 35-60. ISBN 9781638040200 (doi: 10.2307/j.ctv2kcwnr4.6)

Mullen, S. (2022) Glasgow, Slavery and Atlantic Commerce: an Audit of Historic Connections and Modern Legacies. Project Report. Glasgow City Council.

Mullen, S. (2022) Centring transatlantic slavery in Scottish historiography. History Compass, 20(1), e12707. (doi: 10.1111/hic3.12707)

Mullen, S. (2022) David Alston, Slaves and Highlanders: Silenced Histories of Scotland and the Caribbean. Eighteenth-Century Scotland, 36, pp. 29-30. [Book Review]

2021

Mullen, S. (2021) British Universities and transatlantic slavery: the University of Glasgow case. History Workshop Journal, 91(1), pp. 210-233. (doi: 10.1093/hwj/dbaa035)

Mullen, S. (2021) Henry Dundas: a ‘great delayer’ of the abolition of the transatlantic slave trade. Scottish Historical Review, 100(2), pp. 218-248. (doi: 10.3366/shr.2021.0516)

2020

Mullen, S. (2020) Finlay McKichan, Lord Seaforth: Highland Landowner, Caribbean Governor. Innes Review, 71(2), pp. 286-293. (doi: 10.3366/inr.2020.0271)[Book Review]

Mullen, S. (2020) Ludovic McLellan Mann and the Cambusnethan bog body. Scottish Archaeological Journal, 42(Suppl), pp. 71-84. (doi: 10.3366/saj.2020.0147)

Mullen, S. (2020) Addressing the absences in Teaching Scotland’s slavery past. In: Meer, N., Akhtar, S. and Davidson, N. (eds.) Taking Stock: Race Equality in Scotland. Runnymede: London, pp. 29-33. ISBN 9781909546318

Mullen, S. , Mundell, C. and Newman, S. P. (2020) Black runaways in eighteenth-century Britain. In: Gerzina, G. (ed.) Britain's Black Past. Liverpool University Press: Liverpool. ISBN 9781789621600

Mullen, S. (2020) The rise of James Watt: enlightenment, commerce, and industry in a British-Atlantic merchant city, 1736-74. In: Dick, M. and Archer-Parré, C. (eds.) James Watt (1736-1819): Culture, Innovation and Enlightenment. Liverpool University Press: Liverpool, pp. 39-61. ISBN 9781789620818 (doi: 10.2307/j.ctvwh8bc0.8)

2018

Mullen, S. and Newman, S. (2018) Slavery, abolition and the University of Glasgow. Report and recommendations of the University of Glasgow History of Slavery Steering Committee. Other. University of Glasgow.

Mullen, S. (2018) Glasgow. In: Oxford Bibliographies Online: Atlantic History. Oxford University Press. (doi: 10.1093/OBO/9780199730414-0301)

Mullen, S. (2018) John Lamont of Benmore: a Highland planter who died ‘in harness’ in Trinidad. Northern Scotland, 9(1), pp. 44-66. (doi: 10.3366/nor.2018.0144)

2016

Mullen, S. (2016) Scots in the West Indies in the colonial period: a view from the archives. Scottish Archives, 22, pp. 7-16.

Mullen, S. (2016) The Scots Kirk of Colonial Kingston, Jamaica. Scottish Church History Society Records, 45,

2015

Mullen, S. (2015) The Great Glasgow Merchant House of John Campbell, senior, And Co. In: Devine, T.M. (ed.) Recovering Scotland's Slavery Past: The Caribbean Connection. Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 9780748698080

2014

Mullen, S. (2014) Glasgow and the Caribbean commonwealth. In: Welsh, L. (ed.) Yonder Awa: Poetry from the Empire Cafe. Collective Architecture Ltd.: Glasgow, pp. 6-9. ISBN 9780957502611

Mullen, S. (2014) 'Send back the money'!: The Free Church of Scotland and American slavery. Slavery and Abolition, 35(2), pp. 378-380. (doi: 10.1080/0144039X.2014.893692)[Book Review]

2013

Mullen, S. (2013) A Glasgow-West India merchant house and the imperial dividend, 1779–1867. Journal of Scottish Historical Studies, 33(2), pp. 196-233. (doi: 10.3366/jshs.2013.0077)

2012

Mullen, S. (2012) One of Scotia's Sons of Toil: David Livingstone and Blantyre Mill. In: Worden, S. (ed.) David Livingstone: Man, Myth and Legacy. NMS Enterprises: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781905267644

2011

Mullen, S. (2011) Burns and the sugar plantocracy of Ayrshire. Scottish Historical Review, 90(1), pp. 154-156. (doi: 10.3366/shr.2011.0016)[Book Review]

2009

Mullen, S. (2009) It Wisnae Us: The Truth About Glasgow and Slavery. Royal Incoporation of Architects in Scotland: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781873190623

This list was generated on Mon Mar 4 21:45:46 2024 GMT.
Number of items: 29.

Articles

Mullen, S. and Gibbs, E. (2023) Scotland, Atlantic Slavery and the Scottish National Party: from colonised to coloniser in the political imagination. Nations and Nationalism, 29(3), pp. 922-938. (doi: 10.1111/nana.12925)

Mullen, S. (2023) Proslavery collaborations between British outport and metropole: the rise of the Glasgow-West India interest, 1775-1838. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, (doi: 10.1080/03086534.2023.2166390) (Early Online Publication)

Mullen, S. (2022) Centring transatlantic slavery in Scottish historiography. History Compass, 20(1), e12707. (doi: 10.1111/hic3.12707)

Mullen, S. (2021) British Universities and transatlantic slavery: the University of Glasgow case. History Workshop Journal, 91(1), pp. 210-233. (doi: 10.1093/hwj/dbaa035)

Mullen, S. (2021) Henry Dundas: a ‘great delayer’ of the abolition of the transatlantic slave trade. Scottish Historical Review, 100(2), pp. 218-248. (doi: 10.3366/shr.2021.0516)

Mullen, S. (2020) Ludovic McLellan Mann and the Cambusnethan bog body. Scottish Archaeological Journal, 42(Suppl), pp. 71-84. (doi: 10.3366/saj.2020.0147)

Mullen, S. (2018) John Lamont of Benmore: a Highland planter who died ‘in harness’ in Trinidad. Northern Scotland, 9(1), pp. 44-66. (doi: 10.3366/nor.2018.0144)

Mullen, S. (2016) Scots in the West Indies in the colonial period: a view from the archives. Scottish Archives, 22, pp. 7-16.

Mullen, S. (2016) The Scots Kirk of Colonial Kingston, Jamaica. Scottish Church History Society Records, 45,

Mullen, S. (2013) A Glasgow-West India merchant house and the imperial dividend, 1779–1867. Journal of Scottish Historical Studies, 33(2), pp. 196-233. (doi: 10.3366/jshs.2013.0077)

Books

Mullen, S. (2022) The Glasgow Sugar Aristocracy: Scotland and Caribbean Slavery, 1775–1838. Series: New historical perspectives. University of London Press: London. ISBN 9781909646773 (doi: 10.14296/fyax1274)

Mullen, S. (2009) It Wisnae Us: The Truth About Glasgow and Slavery. Royal Incoporation of Architects in Scotland: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781873190623

Book Sections

Mullen, S. (2023) The Gaelic Club of Glasgow: Gateway from the Scottish Highlands to the British Atlantic World, 1780–1838. In: Kehoe, S. K., Dalglish, C. and Tindley, A. (eds.) Scottish Highlands and the Atlantic World Social Networks and Identities. Edinburgh University Press, pp. 148-169. ISBN 9781474494304

Mullen, S. (2022) Acknowledging the legacies of slavery in British universities: slavery, abolition, and the University of Glasgow. In: Thomas, R. R. (ed.) Rhetoric, Public Memory, and Campus History. Liverpool University Press, Clemson University Press: Clemson, pp. 35-60. ISBN 9781638040200 (doi: 10.2307/j.ctv2kcwnr4.6)

Mullen, S. (2020) Addressing the absences in Teaching Scotland’s slavery past. In: Meer, N., Akhtar, S. and Davidson, N. (eds.) Taking Stock: Race Equality in Scotland. Runnymede: London, pp. 29-33. ISBN 9781909546318

Mullen, S. , Mundell, C. and Newman, S. P. (2020) Black runaways in eighteenth-century Britain. In: Gerzina, G. (ed.) Britain's Black Past. Liverpool University Press: Liverpool. ISBN 9781789621600

Mullen, S. (2020) The rise of James Watt: enlightenment, commerce, and industry in a British-Atlantic merchant city, 1736-74. In: Dick, M. and Archer-Parré, C. (eds.) James Watt (1736-1819): Culture, Innovation and Enlightenment. Liverpool University Press: Liverpool, pp. 39-61. ISBN 9781789620818 (doi: 10.2307/j.ctvwh8bc0.8)

Mullen, S. (2018) Glasgow. In: Oxford Bibliographies Online: Atlantic History. Oxford University Press. (doi: 10.1093/OBO/9780199730414-0301)

Mullen, S. (2015) The Great Glasgow Merchant House of John Campbell, senior, And Co. In: Devine, T.M. (ed.) Recovering Scotland's Slavery Past: The Caribbean Connection. Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 9780748698080

Mullen, S. (2014) Glasgow and the Caribbean commonwealth. In: Welsh, L. (ed.) Yonder Awa: Poetry from the Empire Cafe. Collective Architecture Ltd.: Glasgow, pp. 6-9. ISBN 9780957502611

Mullen, S. (2012) One of Scotia's Sons of Toil: David Livingstone and Blantyre Mill. In: Worden, S. (ed.) David Livingstone: Man, Myth and Legacy. NMS Enterprises: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781905267644

Book Reviews

Mullen, S. (2022) David Alston, Slaves and Highlanders: Silenced Histories of Scotland and the Caribbean. Eighteenth-Century Scotland, 36, pp. 29-30. [Book Review]

Mullen, S. (2020) Finlay McKichan, Lord Seaforth: Highland Landowner, Caribbean Governor. Innes Review, 71(2), pp. 286-293. (doi: 10.3366/inr.2020.0271)[Book Review]

Mullen, S. (2014) 'Send back the money'!: The Free Church of Scotland and American slavery. Slavery and Abolition, 35(2), pp. 378-380. (doi: 10.1080/0144039X.2014.893692)[Book Review]

Mullen, S. (2011) Burns and the sugar plantocracy of Ayrshire. Scottish Historical Review, 90(1), pp. 154-156. (doi: 10.3366/shr.2011.0016)[Book Review]

Research Reports or Papers

Mullen, S. , Mackillop, A. and Driscoll, S. (2024) Surveying and Analysing Connections between Properties in Care and the British Empire, c.1600–1997. Other. Historic Environment Scotland.

Mullen, S. (2023) Surveying Corra Foundation’s Historical Relationship with British Banks, Empire and Atlantic Slavery. Documentation. Corra Foundation.

Mullen, S. (2022) Glasgow, Slavery and Atlantic Commerce: an Audit of Historic Connections and Modern Legacies. Project Report. Glasgow City Council.

Mullen, S. and Newman, S. (2018) Slavery, abolition and the University of Glasgow. Report and recommendations of the University of Glasgow History of Slavery Steering Committee. Other. University of Glasgow.

This list was generated on Mon Mar 4 21:45:46 2024 GMT.