Publications in 2014

Find out more about our staff (Published 12 December 2014)

Staff in the School of History, Classics and Archaeology have been as busy as ever publishing their research. Below is a summary of monographs published in 2014.

2014 Monograph Publication
Member of staff Title
Aaron Allen and Cathryn Spence (editors) Edinburgh Housemails Taxation Book, 1634-1636
Judith Barringer The Art and Archaeology of Ancient Greece
Crispin Bates (editor) Mutiny at the Margins: New Perspectives on the Indian Uprising of 1857 - Volume V: Muslim, Dalit and Subaltern Narratives
Crispin Bates (editor) Mutiny at the Margins: New Perspectives on the Indian Uprising of 1857: Volume VI: Perception, Narration and Reinvention: The Pedagogy and Historiography of the Indian Uprising
Crispin Bates and A Shah (co-editors) Savage attack: Tribal Insurgency in India
A Comsa, Clive Bonsall and L Nikolova (editors) The Neo-Eneolithic Period in Central and Southeast Europe. Proceedings of the International Symposium Dedicated to the 85th Birth Anniversary of Eugen Comșa
Douglas Cairns and R Scodel (co-editors) Defining Greek Narrative, Edinburgh Leventis Studies 7
Emile Chabal France since the 1970s: History, politics and memory in an age of uncertainty
Frank Cogliano or of Liberty: Thomas Jefferson.’s Foreign Policy
Manuel Fernández-Götz, H Wendling and K Winger (editors) Paths to Complexity: Centralisation and Urbanisation in Iron Age Europe
Manuel Fernández-Götz Identity and Power: The transformation of Iron Age societies in northeast Gaul
Manuel Fernández-Götz De la familia a la etnia: Protohistoria de la Galia Bélgica
Julian Goodare and S Adams (editors) Scotland in the age of two revolutions
Julian Goodare and Steve Boardman (editors) Kings, lords and men in Scotland and Britain, 1300-1625: Essays in honour of Jenny Wormald
Chris Harding, I Fumiaki and Y Shin’ichi (editors) Religion and Psychotherapy in Modern Japan
Louise Jackson and Angela Bartie Policing Youth: Britain 1945-1970
Yvonne McEwen In the Company of Nurses
Aaron Pelttari The Space that Remains: Reading Latin Poetry in Late Antiquity
Julius Ruiz The ‘Red Terror’ and the Spanish Civil War
Niall Whelehan Transnational Perspectives on Modern Irish History

A celebration of books published

The School held an event to celebrate the recent publishing success of colleagues at a School Book Celebration Event on Thursday, 11 December.

This event acknowledged the great work produced by the School of History, Classics and Archaeology.