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(University of St Andrews, 2018-12-07) - Thesis
(2017-02) - Journal itemReview of 'Deaths of the Poets' by Paul Farley and Michael Symmons Roberts
(2017-12) - Journal itemReview of Rachel Hewitt's book 'A revolution of feeling: the decade that forged the modern mind'
Freedom from judgement above? Predestination and cultural trauma in Scottish Gaelic poetry of World War I (University Press Copublishing Division / Bucknell University Press, 2016-11) - Book item
(2016-09-21) - Journal articleWilliam Scheves (c. 1440–1497), Archbishop of St Andrews, marked his books with a distinctive ownership inscription that has allowed the identification of eleven manuscripts and twenty-eight incunabula from his library. ...