Landscape and archaeology

Grant, Kevin James (2016) ‘Mo Rùn am Fearann’ – ‘My Love is the Land’: Gaelic landscapes of the 18th and 19th centuries. PhD

Maclean, Coinneach (2014) The ‘Tourist Gaze’ on Gaelic Scotland. PhD

Adamson, Donald Beck (2014) Commercialisation, change and continuity: an archaeological study of rural commercial practice in the Scottish Highlands. PhD thesis

Novotny, Jennifer L. (2013) Sedition at the supper table: the material culture of the Jacobite wars, 1688-1760. PhD

James, Heather Frances (2009) Medieval rural settlement: a study of Mid-Argyll, Scotland. PhD

O’Grady, Oliver J.T. (2008) The setting and practice of open-air judicial assemblies in medieval Scotland: a multidisciplinary study. PhD

MacLeod, Anne Margaret (2006) The idea of antiquity in visual images of the Highlands and Islands c.1700-1880. PhD

Raven, John A. (2005) Medieval landscapes and lordship in South Uist. PhD

Lelong, Olivia Cavaroc (2002) Writing people into the landscape: approaches to the archaeology of Badenoch and Strathnave. PhD

Dalglish, Chris (2000) Rural settlement in the age of reason: an archaeology of the southern Scottish Highlands from the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries A.D. PhD

Hooper, Janet (2002) A landscape given meaning: an archaeological perspective on landscape history in Highland Scotland. PhD

Morrison, Alexander (1985) Rural settlement in the Scottish Highlands, 1750-1850: a comparative study of Lochtayside and Assynt. PhD

Nieke, Margaret R. (1984) Settlement patterns in the Atlantic province of Scotland in the lst millennium A.D. : a study of Argyll. PhD

Storrie, Margaret Cochrane (1962) Landholdings, land utilisation and settlement in certain isolated areas of Western Scotland, with special reference to two areas of the West Highland seaboard in the Island of Islay in the Inner Hebrides,and the Peninsula of Ardnamurchan and Sunart in northern mainland Argyll. PhD