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Professor Julian Goodare

MA, PhD, FRHistS, FSAScot, FHEA

Professor of History; History

 

Publications

Books

Julian Goodare, The European Witch-Hunt (London: Routledge, 2016).
Julian Goodare, The Government of Scotland, 1560-1625 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004).
Julian Goodare, State and Society in Early Modern Scotland (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999).

 

Edited Books

Sharon Adams and Julian Goodare (eds.), Scotland in the Age of Two Revolutions (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2014 ).

Steve Boardman and Julian Goodare (eds.), Kings, Lords and Men in Scotland and Britain, 1300-1625: Essays in Honour of Jenny Wormald (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2014).

Julian Goodare (ed.), Scottish Witches and Witch-Hunters (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013).

Julian Goodare and Alasdair A. MacDonald (eds.), Sixteenth-Century Scotland: Essays in Honour of Michael Lynch (Leiden: Brill, 2008).

Julian Goodare, Lauren Martin and Joyce Miller (eds.), Witchcraft and Belief in Early Modern Scotland (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008). This book was shortlisted by the Folklore Society for the Katharine Briggs Folklore Award 2008.
Julian Goodare (ed.), The Scottish Witch-Hunt in Context (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2002).
Julian Goodare and Michael Lynch (eds.), The Reign of James VI (East Linton: Tuckwell, 2000).

 

Articles and Book Chapters

 

Julian Goodare, ‘Seely Wights, Fairies and Nature Spirits in Scotland’, in Éva Pócs (ed.), Body, Soul, Spirits and Supernatural Communication (Newcastle, 2019, forthcoming), 218-237.

 

Julian Goodare, ‘Between Humans and Angels: Scientific Uses for Fairies in Early Modern Scotland’, in Michael Ostling (ed.), Fairies, Demons and Nature Spirits: 'Small Gods' at the Margins of Christendom (London, 2018), 169-190.

 

Julian Goodare, ‘The Octavians’, in Miles Kerr-Peterson and Steven J. Reid (eds.), James VI and Noble Power in Scotland, 1578-1603 (Abingdon, 2017), 176-193.

 

Julian Goodare, ‘Visionaries and Nature Spirits in Scotland’, in Bela Mosia (ed.), Book of Scientific Works of the Conference of Belief Narrative Network of ISFNR, 1-4 October 2014, Zugdidi (Zugdidi: Shota Meshkia State Teaching University of Zugdidi, Georgia, 2015), 102-116.

 

Julian Goodare, ‘The Rise of the Covenanters, 1637-1644’, in Michael J. Braddick (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of the English Revolution (Oxford, 2015), 43-59.

 

Julian Goodare, ‘The Scottish Convention of Estates of 1630’, Scottish Historical Review, 93 (2014), 217-239.

 

Julian Goodare, ‘The Scottish Revolution’, in Sharon Adams and Julian Goodare (eds.), Scotland in the Age of Two Revolutions (Woodbridge, 2014), 79-96.

 

Julian Goodare, ‘The Ainslie Bond’, in Steve Boardman and Julian Goodare (eds.), Kings, Lords and Men in Scotland and Britain, 1300-1625: Essays in Honour of Jenny Wormald (Edinburgh, 2014), 301-319.

 

Julian Goodare, ‘Boundaries of the Fairy Realm in Scotland’, in Karin E. Olsen and Jan R. Veenstra (eds.), Airy Nothings: Imagining the Otherworld of Faerie from the Middle Ages to the Age of Reason: Essays in Honour of Alasdair A. MacDonald (Leiden, 2014), 139-169.

 

Julian Goodare, ‘Flying Witches in Scotland’, in Julian Goodare (ed.), Scottish Witches and Witch-Hunters (Basingstoke, 2013), 159-176.

 

Julian Goodare, ‘In Search of the Scottish Agrarian Problem’, in Jane Whittle (ed.), Landlords and Tenants in Britain, 1440-1660: Tawney's Agrarian Problem Revisited (Woodbridge, 2013), 100-116.

 

Julian Goodare, ‘Witchcraft in Scotland’, in Brian P. Levack (ed.), The Oxford  Handbook of Witchcraft in Early Modern Europe and Colonial America (Oxford, 2013), 300-317.

 

Julian Goodare, ‘The Cult of the Seely Wights in Scotland’, Folklore, 123 (2012), 198-219.

 

Julian Goodare, ‘The Scottish Presbyterian Movement in 1596’, Canadian Journal of History, 45 (2010), 21-48.

 

Julian Goodare, ‘Parliament and Politics’, in Keith M. Brown and Alan  R. MacDonald (eds.), The History of the Scottish Parliament, vol. iii:  Parliament in Context, 1235-1707 (Edinburgh, 2010), 244-274.

 
Julian Goodare, ‘Debate: Charles I: A Case of Mistaken Identity’, Past  and Present, 205 (November 2009), 189-201.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘A Balance Sheet for James VI of Scotland’, Journal of European Economic History, 38 (2009), 49-91.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘The Debts of James VI of Scotland’, Economic History Review, 62 (2009), 926-952.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘The Parliament of Scotland to 1707’, in Clyve Jones (ed.), A Short History of Parliament (Woodbridge, 2009), 300-319.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘Men and the Witch-Hunt in Scotland’, in Alison Rowlands (ed.), Witchcraft and Masculinities in Early Modern Europe (Basingstoke, 2009), 148-170.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘The Attempted Scottish Coup of 1596’, in Julian Goodare and Alasdair A. MacDonald (eds.), Sixteenth-Century Scotland: Essays in Honour of Michael Lynch (Leiden, 2008), 311-336.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘Scottish Witchcraft in its European Context’, in Julian Goodare, Lauren Martin and Joyce Miller (eds.), Witchcraft and Belief in Early Modern Scotland (Basingstoke, 2008), 26-50.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘How Archbishop Spottiswoode Became an Episcopalian’, Renaissance and Reformation, 32 (2006/07), 83-103.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘The Scottish Witchcraft Act’, Church History, 74 (2005), 39-67.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘The First Parliament of Mary Queen of Scots’, Sixteenth Century Journal, 36 (2005), 55-75.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘John Knox on Demonology and Witchcraft’, Archiv für Reformationsgeschichte, 96 (2005), 221-245.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘The Scottish Parliament and its Early Modern “Rivals”’, Parliaments, Estates and Representation, 24 (2004), 147-172.
 
Julian Goodare, 'Mary [Mary Stewart] (1542-1587), Queen of Scots', Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford, 2004), vol. 37, pp. 77-93 (plus 11 shorter articles in ODNB).
 
Julian Goodare, ‘The Scottish Political Community and the Parliament of 1563’, Albion, 35 (2003), 373-397.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘The Scottish Witchcraft Panic of 1597’, in Julian Goodare (ed.), The Scottish Witch-Hunt in Context (Manchester, 2002), 52-72.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘Witch-Hunting and the Scottish State’, in Julian Goodare (ed.), The Scottish Witch-Hunt in Context (Manchester, 2002), 122-145.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘The Admission of Lairds to the Scottish Parliament’, English Historical Review, 116 (2001), 1103-1133.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘The Aberdeenshire Witchcraft Panic of 1597’, Northern Scotland, 21 (2001), 17-37.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘Scotland’s Parliament in its British Context, 1603-1707’, in H. T. Dickinson and Michael Lynch (eds.), The Challenge to Westminster: Sovereignty, Devolution and Independence (East Linton, 2000), 22-32.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘Scottish Politics in the Reign of James VI’, in Julian Goodare and Michael Lynch (eds.), The Reign of James VI (East Linton, 2000), 32-54.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘James VI’s English Subsidy’, in Julian Goodare and Michael Lynch (eds.), The Reign of James VI (East Linton, 2000), 110-125.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘Thomas Foulis and the Scottish Fiscal Crisis of the 1590s’, in W. M. Ormrod, Margaret Bonney and Richard Bonney (eds.), Crises, Revolutions and Self-Sustained Growth: Essays in European Fiscal History, 1130-1830 (Stamford, 1999), 170-197.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘The Scottish Parliamentary Records, 1560-1603’, Historical Research, 72 (1999), 244-267.
 
Julian Goodare, 'Women and the Witch-Hunt in Scotland’, Social History, 23 (1998), 288-308.
 
Julian Goodare, 'The Statutes of Iona in Context’, Scottish Historical Review, 77 (1998), 31-57.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘The Estates in the Scottish Parliament, 1286-1707’, Parliamentary History, 15 (1996), 11-32.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘The Scottish Parliament of 1621’, Historical Journal, 38 (1995), 29-51.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘Scotland’, in R. W. Scribner, Roy Porter and Mikulas Teich (eds.), The Reformation in National Context (Cambridge, 1994), 95-110.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘The Long Hundred in Medieval and Early Modern Scotland’, Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 123 (1993), 395-418.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘The Nobility and the Absolutist State in Scotland, 1584-1638’, History, 78 (1993), 161-182.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘Parliamentary Taxation in Scotland, 1560-1603’, Scottish Historical Review, 68 (1989), 23-52.
 
Julian Goodare, ‘Queen Mary’s Catholic Interlude’, in Michael Lynch (ed.), Mary Stewart: Queen in Three Kingdoms (Oxford, 1988), 154-170.
 

Editions of Texts

Julian Goodare (ed.), 'Diary of the Convention of Estates, 1630', Miscellany of the Scottish History Society, vol. 14 (2010), 86-110.
 
Julian Goodare (ed.), 'Fiscal Feudalism in Early Seventeenth-Century Scotland', Miscellany of the Scottish History Society, vol. 13 (2004), 191-225.
 
Websites
 
Julian Goodare, (Co-author with Lauren Martin, Joyce Miller and Louise Yeoman:) ‘The Survey of Scottish Witchcraft, 1563-1736’ (archived January 2003, updated October 2003).