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Publications

Books

Articles and chapters

  • Co-authored with Thomas Ahnert, ‘Scotland and the European Republic of Letters around 1700’, in Alexander Broadie (ed.), Scottish Philosophy in the Seventeenth Century (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020).
  • ‘Angels in Early Modern Scotland’, in Julian Goodare and Martha McGill (eds), The Supernatural in Early Modern Scotland.
  • Co-authored with Alasdair Raffe, ‘The Uses of Providence in Early Modern Scotland’, in Julian Goodare and Martha McGill (eds),The Supernatural in Early Modern Scotland.
  • Co-authored with Julian Goodare, ‘Exploring the Supernatural in Early Modern Scotland’, in Julian Goodare and Martha McGill (eds), The Supernatural in Early Modern Scotland.
  • ‘Angels, Devils, and Discernment in Early Modern Scotland’, in Michelle D. Brock, Richard Raiswell and David Winter (eds), Knowing Demons, Knowing Spirits in the Early Modern Period (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018).
  • A Protestant Purgatory?: Visions of an Intermediate State in Eighteenth-Century Scotland’, Scottish Historical Review 97:2 (Oct. 2018), 153-86.


Scholarly editions

  • ‘Angels, Ghosts and Journeys to the Afterlife: The “very rare and Memorable” Stories of James Cowan (c.1707-1710)’, 5,000-word edition with 11,000-word introduction, in Miscellany of the Scottish History Society, Volume 16 (Woodbridge: SHS, 2020). Based on a winning entry to the 2016 Rosebery Prize.

Magazine articles

Blog posts

 

Reviews

Books reviewed for History Scotland, Intellectual History Review, Journal of the Northern Renaissance, Preternature and Scottish Historical Review.

 

Ghosts in Enlightenment Scotland




The Supernatural in Early Modern Scotland