SCOTIA: INTERDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL OF SCOTTISH STUDIES is a scholarly journal devoted to all aspects of Scottish history and culture. Published annually by Old Dominion University since 1972, it features articles, review essays, book reviews and a list of recent publications on a wide range of topics relating to Scotland. SCOTIA is affiliated with The North American Organization of Scottish Historians.
SCOTIA (vol. 38, 2016) is now available. It contains articles dealing with a single topic: “Nation Building in the Borderlands: Anglo-Scottish Relations on the Frontier, 1558-1603.”
SCOTIA is available for an annual subscription of $10.00.
SCOTIA will mark centenary of the First World War with a series of articles on Scotland’s role in this conflict. Contributions are sought from military, diplomatic and social historians, literary scholars and art historians on all aspects of Scotland and World War 1. We invite submissions of between 10 and 15,000 words.
For more information, contact the editor.
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William S. Rodner, FSA Scot.
Editor, Scotia. Interdisciplinary Journal of Scottish Studies
Department of History
Old Dominion University
Norfolk, VA 23529