Publications

This bibliography only includes material which is forthcoming or already published.  For information about my latest research and publication plans see my blog.

Books

(with Jane Stevenson and William Zachs). ‘Some bonie litle bookes’: A History and Catalogue of the Lindsay Library, 1570-1792. Forthcoming from Brill, April 2022.

The First Scottish Enlightenment: Rebels, Priests, and History.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020.

(with Peter Davidson and Kate Bennett). Aubrey’s Villa: An Edition of Bodleian MS Aubrey 17, Designatio de Easton-Piers in Com: Wilts. Seaton, Devon: The Old School Press, 2018.

The Antiquary: John Aubrey’s Historical Scholarship. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.

Articles

Thomas Gray and Oriental Scholarship, in Thomas Gray Among the Disciplines, ed. Ruth Abbott and Ephraim Levinson.  Forthcoming from Routledge, 2023.

Philosophy, Literature, and the Arts, in A Cultural History of Historiography, Volume 4: The Age of Enlightenment and Revolution (1650-1800), ed. Madeleine Pelling and Stefan Berger.  Forthcoming from Bloomsbury, 2023.

Scottish Printers and the Scottish Book Trade in Print Culture and Communication in the Stuart World, ed. Kirsteen MacKenzie.  Forthcoming from Routledge, 2022.

Poets in the Age of James VI, in The Blackwell Companion to Scottish Literature, ed. Gerard Carruthers.  Forthcoming from Blackwell, 2022.

Antiquaries in Pre-Reformation Scotland, in A Companion to Renaissance Antiquarianism, ed. William Stenhouse.  Forthcoming from Brill, 2021.

Towards a Theoretical Model of the Epigraphic Landscape, in Dynamic Epigraphy: New Approaches to Inscriptions, ed. Eleri Cousins.  Forthcoming from Oxbow, 2022.

Three Scots Tombs in Riga.  Northern Studies 51 (2020): 50-63.

Paper Monuments: The Latin Elegies of Thomas Chambers, Almoner to Cardinal Richelieu.  Studies in Scottish Literature 46 (2020): 77-99. 

The Scottish Heresy: George Mackenzie’s Pelagian Biographies, in Antiquity and Enlightenment Culture: New Approaches and Perspectives, ed. Felicity Loughlin and Alexandre Johnston.  Leiden: Brill, 2020.  133-153.

Archibald Pitcairne’s Liturgical Year.  Studies in Scottish Literature 45 (2019): 7-14. 

The Antiquities at Stonehenge, in Writing Britain’s Ruins, ed. M. Carter, P.N. Lindfield, D. Townshend.  London: British Library Publishing, 2017.  76-78.

(with Kathrin Zickermann).  Early Modern Scottish Scandinavian Studies.  Northern Studies 48 (2017): 1-7.

Joachim Frederik von Bassen: A Danish Scholar in Restoration Scotland.  Northern Studies 48 (2017): 66-81.

Antiquarianism: A ReinterpretationErudition and the Republic of Letters 2 (2017): 56-96.

The Network of James Garden of Aberdeen and North-eastern Scottish Culture in the Seventeenth Century. Northern Studies 47 (2015): 106-134.

Thomas Gray and the Goths: Philology, Poetry, and the Uses of the Norse Past in Eighteenth-Century England. Review of English Studies 65 (2014): 694-710.

Canon before Canon, Literature before Literature: Thomas Pope Blount and the Scope of Early Modern Learning. Huntington Library Quarterly 77.2 (2014): 177-199.

(with William Poole:) A Swede in Restoration Oxford: Gothic Patriots, Swedish Books, and English Scholars. Lias 39.1 (2012): 1-66.

Training the Virtuoso: John Aubrey’s Education and Early Life. The Seventeenth Century 27.2 (June 2012): 157-182.

A Genealogy of the Grand Komnenoi of Trebizond. Foundations: The Journal of the Foundation for Mediaeval Genealogy 2.3 (January 2007): 171-189.

Ancestry of Jacques de Lusignan, Count of Tripoli. The Genealogist 19.1 (Spring 2005): 93-107.

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