News of ECS Members

Recently published by Gordon DesBrisay (History):

“Lilias Skene: The Quaker Poet and Her ‘Cursed Self’”, in Women and the Feminine in Medieval and Early Modern Scotland, edited by Sarah Dunnigan, E.S. Newlyn, and C.M. Harker.  (London: Palgrave, 2004) forthcoming
 
"'The Civill Wars Did Overrun All': Aberdeen, 1630-1690." In Aberdeen Before 1800: A New History, edited by Michael Lynch, E. Patricia Dennison and David Ditchburn. (Edinburgh: Tuckwell, 2002) 238-266.
 
with E. Patricia Dennison and H. Lesley Diack, "Health in the Two Towns.” In Aberdeen Before 1800: A New History, edited by Michael Lynch, E. Patricia Dennison and David Ditchburn. (Edinburgh: Tuckwell, 2002) 70-96.
 
with Michael Lynch and Murray G.H. Pittock, "The Faith of the People."  In Aberdeen Before 1800: A New History, edited by Michael Lynch, E. Patricia Dennison and David Ditchburn. (Edinburgh: 2002) 289-308.

with Elizabeth Ewan and H.Lesley Diack, "Life in the Two Towns." In Aberdeen Before 1800: A New History, edited by Michael Lynch, E. Patricia Dennison and David Ditchburn. (Edinburgh: Tuckwell, 2002) 44-69.

"Twisted By Definition: Women Under Godly Discipline in Seventeenth-Century Scottish Towns." In Twisted Sisters: Women, Crime and Deviance in Scotland Since 1400, ed. by Yvonne Brown and Rona Ferguson.  (Edinburgh: 2002) 137-155.

 

Recently published by Peter Hynes (English):

"Exchange and Excess in Lillo's London Merchant," UTQ 72 (2003): 679-97.

 

Recently published by Lisa W. Smith (History):

"Reassessing the Role of the Family: Women's Medical Care in Eighteenth-century England,"Social History of Medicine 1,3 (2003):
327-342.

 

Recently published by Raymond Stephanson (English):

The Yard of Wit: Male Creativity and Sexuality, 1650-1750 (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004).

 


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