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Series Editors: David Kirby (London), Jón Viđar Sigurđsson (Oslo), Ingvild Øye (Bergen), Piotr Gorecki (University of California at Riverside), Steve Murdoch (St. Andrews)
Edited by Alexia Grosjean and Steve Murdoch
Migration is a fundamental feature of human experience. This extraordinary collection of essays focuses on a particularly intriguing sequence of migrations: those of Scots during the period 1600-1800. As Professor T.C. Smout says in his Foreword, “The present volume is a breakthrough, surely the ...
This book places early modern Scottish maritime warfare in its European context. Its formidably broad range of sources sheds light on many previously little known, or unknown, aspects of naval history. It also provides many valuable new perspectives on the importance of the sea to the Scots, and ...
Discussing a series of economic, confessional, political and espionage networks, this volume provides an illuminating study of network history in Northern Europe in the early modern period. The empirically researched chapters advance existing 'social network theory' into accessible historical ...
Edited by A. Mackillop and Steve Murdoch
This volume examines Scots serving as governors in the empires of Denmark-Norway, Sweden, Russia, and the Atlantic and South Asian sectors of the British Empire with a view to understanding Scotland's distinctive participation within European imperialism.
Edited by Steve Murdoch and A. Mackillop
The collection appraises how Scottish soldiers constructed their identities and how these were both distinct from and yet important contributing factors in the development of national Scottish and supranational British identities.
Edited by Victor Enthoven, Steve Murdoch and Eila Williamson. With the assistance of Ben Teensma.
Captain John Anderson served in the Dutch East India Company (VOC) as ‘Pilot-Major’ between 1640 and 1643. This was his fourth voyage to the Indies and the only one he chose to record. His log gives great insight into the subject of European travel in Asia in the Early Modern Period.
Edited by Steve Murdoch
This volume deals with the entanglement of Scotland in the Thirty Years War (1618-1648), discussing the diplomatic and military aspects of the conflict that were interwoven with the fate of the Scottish princess, Elizabeth of Bohemia, the famous Winter Queen.
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