Richard B. Sher , Distinguished Professor of History, New Jersey Institute of Technology and Rutgers University
Studies in Eighteenth-Century Scotland publishes multi-author volumes dedicated to particular themes. Published in association with the Eighteenth-Century Scottish Studies Society, the series aims to produce lively, interdisciplinary scholarship on a wide variety of topics having to do with the thought and culture (in the widest sense of the term) of eighteenth-century Scotland, including Scottish connections and relations with other parts of the world.
The Scottish Enlightenment and Literary Culture, Kenneth Simpson (University of Glasgow), Ralph McLean (University of Glasgow) and Ronnie Young (University of Glasgow), eds.
Titles in the series:
Stana Nenadic, Ed. Scots in London in the Eighteenth Century (2010)
Deirdre Dawson and Pierre Morère, Eds. Scotland and France in the Enlightenment (2004)
Ned C. Landsman, Ed. Nation and Province in the First British Empire: Scotland and the Americas, 1600-1800 (2001)
Previously published titles in the series:
Ed. Howard Gaskill. Ossian Revisited. Edinburgh University Press, 1991. Pp. 250
Eds. Jeffrey R. Smitten and Jeffrey R. Smitten. Scotland and America in the Age of the Enlightenment. Edinburgh University Press, 1990.
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