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Title From tartan to tartanry : Scottish culture, history and myth / edited by Ian Brown
Published Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, [2010]
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Description 1 online resource (278 pages)
Contents Gheibhte breacain charnaid ('Scarlet Tartans would be got ... '): the re-invention of tradition / Hugh Cheape -- Plaiding the invention of Scotland / Murray Pittock -- From David Stewart to Andy Stewart: the invention and re-invention of the Scottish soldier / Trevor Royle -- Paying for the plaid: Scottish Gaelic identity politics in nineteenth-century North America / Michael Newton -- Tartanry into Tartan: heritage, tourism and material culture / Ian Maitland Hume -- Myth, political caricature and monstering the Tartan / Ian Brown -- Tartanry and its discontents: the idea of popular Scottishness / Alan Riach -- 'Wha's like us?' ethnic representation in music hall and popular theatre and the remaking of urban Scottish society / Paul Maloney -- Literary Tartanry as translation / Susanne Hagemann -- Looking at Tartan in film: history, identity, and spectacle / Richard Butt -- Tartan comics and comic Tartanry / Margaret Munro -- Rock, pop and Tartan / J. Mark Percival -- Class warriors or generous men in skirts?: the Tartan army in the Scottish and foreign press / Hugh O'Donnell -- Don't take the high road: Tartanry and its critics / David Goldie
Summary This title draws together contributions from leading researchers to provide a contemporary evaluation of tartan and tartanry. and index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 247-262) and index
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Subject Nationalism -- Scotland.
Scotland -- Civilization.
Scotland -- History.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
Author Brown, Ian, 1945 February 28-
ISBN 0748644490 (electronic bk.)
9780748644490 (electronic bk.)