Dr Gillian MacIntosh
Dr Gillian MacIntosh

Dr Gillian MacIntosh

BA (Hons), PhD – Research Fellow

 
Contact Details

E-mail - ghm2@st-and.ac.uk
Telephone -+44 (0)1334 462526



 


Teaching and Research Interests

Main research interests include the pre-1707 Scottish Parliament, especially the period 1603-1707; Scottish politics in the seventeenth century, focussing particularly on the Restoration period; and issues of government in general in early modern Scotland.


Main Publications

  • 'Parliament and the crown' (jointly with R.J. Tanner), in K.M. Brown and A.R. MacDonald (eds), The History of the Scottish Parliament: Vol. 3: A Thematic History, 1286-1707 (Edinburgh University Press, forthcoming).
  • Project manager and editor, The Records of the Parliaments of Scotland to 1707, (St Andrews, 2007-2009).
  • 'A Kingdom without a King: crown and parliament, 1603-51' in History Scotland, vol.8 No.3 (2008).
  • The Scottish Parliament under Charles II, 1660-1685 (Edinburgh University Press, 2007). [Details]
  • 'Arise King John: Commissioner Lauderdale and Parliament in the Restoration era', in K.M. Brown and A.J. Mann (eds), The History of the Scottish Parliament: Vol. 2: Parliament and politics in Scotland, 1567-1707 (Edinburgh University Press, 2005).

 

 

 

 


Main Publications

The Scottish Parliament under Charles II