Full Publication List: Dr Steve Murdoch

 

1. Books
  • S. Murdoch, Network North: Scottish Kin, Commercial and Covert Associations in Northern Europe 1603-1746 (Brill, Leiden, 2006).
  • S. Murdoch, Britain, Denmark-Norway and the House of Stuart 1603-1660: A Diplomatic and Military Analysis (East Linton, 2003).
  • S. Murdoch and A. Grosjean, Belhelvie: A Millennium of History (Aberdeen, 2001).
  • S. Murdoch, Language Politics in Scotland (Aberdeen, 1996).
2. Edited Collections
  • S. Murdoch and A. Grosjean (eds.), Scottish Communities Abroad in the Early Modern Period (Brill, Leiden, 2005).
  • S. Murdoch and A. Mackillop (eds.), Military Governors and Imperial Frontiers c.1600-1800 (Leiden, 2003).
  • S. Murdoch and A. Mackillop (eds.), Fighting for Identity: Scottish Military Experiences,1550-1900 (Leiden, 2002).
  • S. Murdoch (ed.), Scotland and the Thirty Years’ War, 1618-1648 (Leiden, 2001).
3.Articles & Chapters
  • S. Murdoch, ‘Fabricating Nobility? Genealogy and Social Mobility among Franco-Scottish families in the Early Modern Period’ in Ranam: Recherches Anglaises et Américaines (2007)
  • S. Murdoch and J.R. Young, ‘Union and Identity: Scotland in a Social and Institutional Context’ in Angles of the English Speaking World (Copenhagen, 2007)
  • S. Murdoch, ‘The French Connection: Bordeaux’s ‘Scottish’ Networks in Context, c.1670-1720’ in G. Leydier (ed.), Scotland and Europe, Scotland in Europe (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007)
  • S. Murdoch, ‘The Pearl Fisher: Robert Buchan ‘de Portlethin’ in Sweden, 1642-1653’ in Northern Studies (2007)
  • S. Murdoch, ‘Scotland, Europe and the English Missing Link’, in History Compass, 5/3 (2007).
  • S. Murdoch, ‘Scotland and Europe’ in R. Harris and A.R. MacDonald (eds.), Scotland: The Making and Unmaking of the Nation, c.1100-1707. Volume 2: Early Modern Scotland:c.1500-1707 (Dundee, 2007).
  • P. Dukes, A. Grosjean, S. Murdoch and D. Worthington, ‘Leslies in Central and Northern Europe during and after the Thirty Years’ War’ in I. Bartček and Z. Samberger (eds) Ad Honorem Joseph Polišenský (Prague, 2007)
  • S. Murdoch, 'The Scottish community in Kedainiai (Kiejdany) in its Scandinavian and Baltic context' in Almanach Historyczny, Kielce, T.9 (2007)
  • S. Murdoch, ‘Irish Entrepreneurs and Sweden in the first half of the eighteenth century’ in T. O’Connor and M.A. Lyons (eds.), Irish Communities in Early-Modern Europe (Dublin, 2006).
  • A. Grosjean and S. Murdoch, ‘Irish Participation in Scandinavian Armies during the Thirty Years’ War’ in The Irish Sword, Vol. XXIV, no.97 (Summer 2005 – published 2006)
  • A. Grosjean and S. Murdoch, ‘The Scottish Community in Seventeenth-Century Gothenburg’ in S. Murdoch and A. Grosjean (eds.), Scottish Communities Abroad in the Early Modern Period (Leiden, 2005).
  • S. Murdoch, ‘Children of the Diaspora: The ‘homecoming’ of the second generation Scot in the 17th century’ in M. Harper (ed.) Emigrant Homecomings: The return movement of emigrants, 1600-2000 (Manchester, 2004).
  • A. Forte, E. Furgol and S. Murdoch, ‘The Burgh of Stade and the Maryland ‘Court of Admiralty’ of 1672’ in Forum Navale The Naval Journal of the Swedish Military Archives, No. 60. (Summer, 2004).
  • S. Murdoch, ‘John Brown: A Black Female Soldier in the Royal African Company’ in World History Connected: The Online Journal of World History, vol.2 (2004).
  • S. Murdoch, ‘The Scots and Ulster: Some Scandinavian Dimensions’ in J.R. Young and W. Kelly (eds.), Ulster and Scotland 1600-2000: History, Language and Identity (Dublin, 2004)
  • A. Grosjean and S. Murdoch, ‘Irish Soldiers in Swedish Service, 1609-1613’ in The Irish Sword, Vol. XXIV, no.96 (Winter 2004)
  • A. Forte, A. Little and S. Murdoch, ‘Scottish Privateers, Swedish Neutrality and the Third Anglo-Dutch War’ in Forum Navale, The Naval Journal of the Swedish Military Archives, No.59, (Summer, 2003).
  • S. Murdoch, ‘Scotsmen on the Danish-Norwegian Frontier, 1589-1680’ in S. Murdoch and A. Mackillop (eds.), Military Governors and Imperial Frontiers c.1600-1800 (Leiden, 2003).
  • S. Murdoch, ‘Kith and Kin: John Durie and the Scottish Network in Scandinavia and the Baltic, 1624-1634’ in P. Salmon and T. Barrow (eds.) Britain and the Baltic (Sunderland, 2003).
  • S. Murdoch, ‘The Good the Bad and the Anonymous: A Preliminary Survey of the Scots in the Dutch East Indies 1612-1707’ in Northern Scotland, vol.22 (2002).
  • S. Murdoch, ‘Scotland, Scandinavia and the Bishops’ Wars, 1638-1640’ in A.I. Macinnes and J. Ohlmeyer (eds.), The Stuart Kingdoms in the Seventeenth Century: Awkward Neighbours (Dublin, 2002).
  • S. Murdoch, ‘James VI and the formation of a British Military Identity’ in S. Murdoch and A. Mackillop (eds.), Fighting for Identity: Scottish Military Experiences, 1550-1900 (Leiden, 2002).
  • S. Murdoch, ‘Scottish Ambassadors and British Diplomacy’ in S. Murdoch (ed.), Scotland and the Thirty Years’ War 1618-1648 (Leiden, 2001).
  • S. Murdoch, ‘Diplomacy in Transition; Stuart-British Diplomacy in Northern Europe, 1603-1618’ in A.I. Macinnes, T. Riis and F.G. Pedersen (eds.), Ships, Guns and Bibles in the North Sea and Baltic States (East Linton, 2000).
  • S. Murdoch, ‘The Search for Northern Allies: Stuart and Cromwellian Propaganda and Propagandists in Scandinavia, 1649-1660’ in B. Taithe and T. Thornton (eds.), Propaganda (Gloucestershire, 1999).
  • S. Murdoch, ‘Cape Breton, Canada’s ‘Highland’ Island?’ in Northern Scotland, vol., 18 (1998).
    S. Murdoch, ‘The House of Stuart and the Scottish Professional Soldier 1618 -1638; a conflict of nationality and identities’ in B. Taithe and T. Thornton (eds.), War: Identities in Conflict 1300-2000 (Gloucestershire, 1998).
  • S. Murdoch, ‘The Database in Early Modern Scottish History: Scandinavia and Northern Europe, 1580-1707’ in Northern Studies, vol. 32, (1997).
  • S. Murdoch, ‘Soldiers, Sailors, Jacobite Spy: The Scottish Jacobites in Russia 1688-1750.’ Slavonica, Spring (1997). Hume-Brown Junior Prize 1995 - National Historical Essay Competition Winner.
4. Edited Texts
  • A. Grosjean and S. Murdoch, ‘The Riksråd Debates, 1638-1640’. Documents 117 & 118 in C. Erskine, A.R. MacDonald and M. Penman (eds.), Scotland: The Making and Unmaking of the Nation, c.1100-1707. Volume 5: Major Documents (Dundee, 2007).
  • A. Grosjean and S. Murdoch, ‘Royal Supplications to the Swedish Boards of Trades and Mines on behalf of Denis O’Brien (1723-16) and John O’Kelly (1725-28)’ in Archivium Hibernicum, LX (2006-2007)
5. Online Dataset.
  • S. Murdoch and A. Grosjean, Scotland, Scandinavia and Northern Europe, 1580-1707 (SSNE Biographical Database). Published at: www.st-andrews.ac.uk/history/ssne
    ISSN 1749 7000

 

 


 


Other Publications

Britain, Denmark, Norway and the House of Stuart


Military Governors and Imperial Frontiers


Network North


Scotland and the Thirty Years War