Theory and Scottish Exceptionalism


Alex Thomson
'You can't get there from here': Devolution and Scottish literary history

Caroline McCracken-Flesher
Scotland as Theory: Otherness and Instantiation from Mackenzie to the Last Minstrel

Matthew Wickman
Scotland – The Event; or, Theory After Muir

Ryan D. Shirey
A Shrinking Highlands: Neil Gunn, Nationalism, and the ‘World Republic of Letters’


Aaron Kelly, Irvine Welsh and Robart A. Morace, Irvine Welsh, reviewed by David Borthwick

Marco Fazzini, ed., Alba Literaria: A History of Scottish Literature, reviewed by Sergi Mainer

Julian Meldon D’Arcy, Subversive Scott: The Waverley Novels and Scottish Nationalism, Andrew Lincoln, Walter Scott and Modernity, and Caroline McCracken-Flesher, Possible Scotlands: Walter Scott and the Story of Tomorrow, reviewed by Graham Tulloch

Roderick J. Lyall, Alexander Montgomerie: Poetry, Politics and Cultural Change in Jacobean Scotland, reviewed by Sebastiaan Verweij

Occasional Paper

Christopher Whyte, 'The Debt to Theory: Letter to the Editors of IJSL'


Notes on Contributors


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