- European Ethnological Research Centre
The Review of Scottish Culture (ROSC) is a publication of the European Ethnological Research Centre (EERC), an independent research body within Celtic and Scottish Studies, University of Edinburgh.
Founded in 1984 by the late Professor Alexander Fenton, it is an international, fully peer-reviewed journal that encourages multi- and interdisciplinary research with a focus on the social and cultural history of Scotland from earliest times to the present day, its material culture and ethnology. Published annually, it contains a mix of extended research articles, shorter notes and topics, a noticeboard and book reviews.
Volume 26 of ROSC is now available.
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Editor: Dr Lizanne Henderson
Reviews Editor: Dr Heather Holmes
Consultant Editors: Professor Hugh Cheape and Dr Rosalind K. Marshall
The editors of ROSC are pleased to consider papers on topics relating to the ethnology, material culture and social and cultural history of Scotland. Illustrations welcome. Please click here for our Guide for Contributors.
For enquiries about subscriptions, back issues and submissions please contact:
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University of Edinburgh