History (post-Reformation)

Lind, Andrew (2020) ‘Bad and Evill Patriotts’? – Royalism in Scotland during the British Civil Wars, c.1638-1651. PhD  (covers Gaelic Scotland/Inverness burgh)

MacAilpein, Tòmas (2017) Cultar agus an comann-sòisealta ann an Ìle, mu 1890 gu 1960. PhD

Crawford, Ross Mackenzie (2016) Warfare in the West Highlands and Isles of Scotland, c. 1544-1615. PhD

Hepburn, William Stuart (2015) 17 letters to my brother: a Scottish soldier writes home. PhD (Creative Writing – subject – 51st Highland Division)

Kelly, Jamie John (2015) The pulpit and the poet: Presbyterian, Episcopalian and Gaelic cosmologies in Scotland, 1689-c.1746. MRes

Bartlett, Niall Somhairle Finlayson (2014) The First World War and the 20th century in the history of Gaelic Scotland: a preliminary analysis. MPhil(R)

Lowdon, Richard Edward (2014) To travel by older ways: a historical-cultural geography of droving in Scotland. PhD

Donoho, Emily S. (2012) Appeasing the saint in the loch and the physician in the asylum: The historical geography of insanity in the Scottish Highlands and Islands, from the early modern to Victorian eras. PhD

Gray, Nathan Philip (2011) ‘A publick benefite to the nation’: the charitable and religious origins of the SSPCK, 1690-1715. PhD

Stephen, John Rothney (2011) The Presbyterian response to the famine years 1845 to 1855 within Ireland and in the Highlands of Scotland. MLitt(R)

MacKenzie, Niall Gordon (2008) Chucking buns across the fence? Governmental planning and regeneration projects in the Scottish Highland economy, 1945-82. PhD

French, Craig F. (2006) The 51st (Highland) Division during the First World War. PhD

Worthing, Katherine Genevieve (2006) The landscape of clearance: changing rural life in nineteenth-century Scottish painting. PhD

Doogan, Brian (2004) A social and economic history of the Blackmount Deer Forest, Argyllshire, 1815-1900. PhD

Stephen, John Rothney (2004) Challenges posed by the geography of the Scottish Highlands to ecclesiastical endeavour over the centuries. PhD

Epperson, Amanda (2002) “I wish they were all here”: Scottish Highlanders in Ohio 1802-1840. PhD

Johnston-Smith, D. J (2002) “Barbarous, and yet mixed with some shew of civilitie:” The Clan MacFarlane of North Loch Lomondside c.1570-1800. MPhil(R)

Fenyo, Krisztina (1996) Contempt, sympathy and romance’: lowland perceptions of the Highlands and the clearances during the famine years, 1845-1855. PhD

Lodge, Christine (1996) The clearers and the cleared: women, economy and land in the Scottish Highlands 1800-1900. PhD

Mackillop, Andrew (1995) Military recruiting in the Scottish Highalnds 1739-1815: the political, social and economic context. PhD

Armstrong, Bruce (1994) Wha’s like us ? Racism and racialisation in the imagination of nineteenth century Scotland. PhD

MacDonald, Fiona Anne (1994) Ireland and Scotland: Historical Perspectives on the Gaelic Dimension 1560-1760. PhD

Cameron, Ewen Archibald (1992) Public Policy in the Scottish Highlands: Governments, Politics and the Land Issue, 1886 to the 1920s. PhD

Grigor, Iain Fraser (1989) Crofters and the Land Question, 1870-1920. PhD

McGeachy, Robert A. A (1988) Aspects of Commerce, Community and Culture: Argyll 1730-1850. MLitt(R)

Doran, Wendy J (1986) Bishop Thomas Nicolson and the Roman Catholic Mission to Scotland, 1694-1718. MLitt(R)

Preston, Brian William (1986) The Settlement of Scottish Immigrants in Nova Scotia, 1770-1830. PhD

McCleery, Alison Margaret (1984) The role of the Highland Development Agency: With particular reference to the work of the Congested Districts Board 1897-1912. PhD

Graham, Barbara (1979) Lowland Reaction to the ’45 Rebellion With Particular Relation to the Estates of Lord Kilmarnock. MLitt(R)

Harding, Albert William (1979) Sgoilean Chriosd 1811-1861: a study of the Edinburgh Society for the support of Gaelic schools. MLitt(R)