The purpose of the journal, Scottish Studies since its inception in 1957, has been to present the results of a wide range of research into traditional and contemporary Scottish life.
Subjects covered include: Traditional tales, Oral narrative, Oral Tradition, Musicology and Song, Custom and Belief, Material culture, Farming and Fishing, Rural Settlement and urban life, Regional history, Social history, Place names, Surnames, Language and Literature. Articles are considered from beyond Celtic & Scottish Studies.
The current issue of Scottish Studies is volume 37 'Craobh Nan Ubhal: A Festschrift for John MacInnes'
For more about the journal including our back catalog of issues visit the Scottish Studies Journal website.