Rethinking the Scottish Revolution
Covenanted Scotland, 1637-1651
Laura A. M. Stewart
Laura A.M. Stewart is Professor of early modern British history, University of York. After completing her PhD at Edinburgh University (2003), she was awarded a British Academy Postdoctoral Research Fellowship (2005), before taking up a lectureship at Birkbeck, University of London. Her first book, Urban Politics and the British Civil Wars: Edinburgh, 1617-53 was published in 2006. She has written many articles on Scottish and Anglo-Scottish history, and led a special edition of the Journal of British Studies on the theme of 'Publics and Participation in early modern Britain (Oct. 2016). A textbook on early modern Scotland, Union, Revolution and Empire, co-authored with Dr Janay Nugent, will be published by Edinburgh University Press for the New History of Scotland series in 2019. Rethinking the Scottish Revolution was nominated for the 2017 Longman-History Today prize and won the American Historical Association Morris D. Forkosch prize in 2017.