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  1. Article of Monthly film bulletin - G. Adair August 1984

    Article  See: Monthly Film Bulletin, v.51(607), pp. 232.

  2. Docufictions: essays on the intersection of documentary and fictional filmmaking - Gary Don Rhodes, John Parris Springer 2005

    Book  See: Gerd Bayer, ‘Artifice and Artificiality in Mockumentaries’, pp. 164-178.

  3. Questioning Scotland: literature, nationalism, postmodernism - Eleanor Bell, Dawson Books 2004 (electronic resource)

    Book  See: Eleanor Bell, ‘(Multi)National Identity: Old and New Histories’, pp. 47-94.

  4. Questioning Scotland: literature, nationalism, postmodernism - Eleanor Bell, Dawson Books 2004 (electronic resource)

    Book 

  5. Scotland in theory: reflections on culture & literature - Eleanor Bell, Gavin Miller 2004

    Book 

  6. The eclipse of Scottish culture: inferiorism and the intellectuals - Craig Beveridge, Ronald Turnbull c1989

    Book  See: Craig Beveridge and Ronald Turnbull, ‘Inferiorism’, pp. 4-15. Available online.

  7. Banal nationalism - Michael Billig 1995 (electronic resource)

    Book 

  8. The media in Scotland - Neil Blain, David Hutchison 2008 (electronic resource)

    Book  See: Neil Blain, and K. Burnett, ‘A Cause Still Unwon: The Struggle to Represent Scotland’, pp. 3-19.

  9. From limelight to satellite: a Scottish film book - Eddie Dick, British Film Institute, Scottish Film Council 1990

    Book  See: Neil Blain, ‘A Scotland as Good as Any Other? Documentary Film 1937-82’, pp. 53-70. Available online.

  10. The media in Scotland - Neil Blain, David Hutchison 2008 (electronic resource)

    Book 

  11. The Forgotten Auteur: The Films of Finlay J. MacDonald - M. Brennan 2014

    Article  See: The Drouth, v.48, pp. 77-83. Available online.

  12. Image and identity: theatre and cinema in Scotland and Quebec - Ian Lockerbie 1988

    Book  See: John Brown, ‘Love and Death in the Scottish Cinema’, pp. 89-108. Available online.

  13. The Artist as disk Jockey - J. Brown 1985

    Article  See: Cencrastus : Scottish and international arts and affairs, v. 20, pp. 48. Available online.

  14. Scotland: the movie - David Bruce 1996

    Book 

  15. Scottish education: post-devolution - T. G. K. Bryce, Walter M. Humes, Brian Boyd 2003

    Book 

  16. Concrete universality: Tower blocks, architectural modernism, and realism in contemporary British cinema - Andrew Burke 07/11/2007

    Article  See: New cinemas: journal of contemporary film, v.5(3), pp.177-188. Available online.

  17. Beyond Scotland: new contexts for twentieth-century Scottish literature - Gerard Carruthers, David Goldie, Alastair Renfrew 2004

    Book 

  18. Scotch reels: Scotland in cinema and television - Colin McArthur 1982

    Book  See: John Caughie, ‘Scottish Television: what would it Look Like?’, pp. 112-122. Available online.

  19. The Gaelic vision in Scottish culture - Malcolm Chapman 1978

    Book 

  20. The Scots' crisis of confidence - Carol Craig 2011

    Book 

  21. The modern Scottish novel: narrative and the national imagination - Cairns Craig c1999

    Book  See: Cairns Craig, ‘Novel, Nation, Tradition’, pp. 9-36. Available online.

  22. The media in Scotland - Neil Blain, David Hutchison 2008 (electronic resource)

    Book  See: J. R. Cook, ‘Three Ring Circus: Television Drama about, by and for Scotland’, pp. 107-122.

  23. The media in Scotland - Neil Blain, David Hutchison 2008 (electronic resource)

    Book  See: Mike Cormack, ‘Gaelic, the Media and Scotland’, pp. 213-226.

  24. Scotland's shame?: bigotry and sectarianism in modern Scotland - T. M. Devine 2000

    Book 

  25. Scotland in the twentieth century - T. M. Devine, Richard J. Finlay 1996

    Book 

  26. From limelight to satellite: a Scottish film book - Eddie Dick, British Film Institute, Scottish Film Council 1990

    Book 

  27. Images of the street: planning, identity, and control in public space - Nicholas R. Fyfe, Dawson Books 1998 (electronic resource)

    Book  See: Nicholas Fyfe & Jon Bannister “The Eyes upon the Street”: closed-circuit television surveillance and the city’, pp. 254-267.

  28. Modern Scottish culture - Michael Gardiner 2005

    Book 

  29. The Edinburgh companion to contemporary Scottish literature - Berthold Schoene-Harwood, Dawson Books c2007 (electronic resource)

    Book  See: G. Gibson & S. Neely, Scottish Television Drama and Parochial Representation, pp. 106-114.

  30. Lanark: a life in four books - Alasdair Gray 2007

    Book 

  31. Scotland in film - Forsyth Hardy c1990

    Book 

  32. Anatomy of the new Scotland: power, influence and change - Gerry Hassan, Christopher Warhurst 2002

    Book 

  33. His ain man - Hassan, Mamoun Nov 1, 1991

    Article 

  34. Bill Douglas: a lanternist's account - Eddie Dick, Andrew Noble, Duncan J. Petrie 1993

    Book 

  35. Reality TV: audiences and popular factual television - Annette Hill, Dawson Books 2005

    Book  See: Annette Hill, Understanding Reality TV and ‘Performance and authenticity’ .

  36. Cinema at the periphery - Dina Iordanova, David Martin-Jones, Belén Vidal c2010

    Book  See: Mette Hjort, Affinitive and Milieu-Building Transnationalism’, pp. 46-66.

  37. The cinema of small nations - Mette Hjort, Duncan J. Petrie c2007

    Book 

  38. Bill Forsyth - A. Hunter August 1984

    Article 

  39. Cinema at the periphery - Dina Iordanova, David Martin-Jones, Belén Vidal c2010

    Book 

  40. The media in Scotland - Neil Blain, David Hutchison 2008 (electronic resource)

    Book  See: A.Irwin, ‘Race and Ethnicity in the Media’, pp. 199-212.

  41. Sluts that Choose Vs Doormat Gypsies - Tracey Jensen, Jessica Ringrose 04/05/2014

    Article 

  42. City visions - David Bell, Azzedine Haddour 2000

    Book  See: Willy Maley, ‘Denizens, citizens, tourists, and others: marginality and mobility in the writings of James Kelman and Irvine Welsh’, pp. 60-72. Available online.

  43. Scotland, global cinema: genres, modes and identities - David Martin-Jones c2009 (electronic resource)

    Book  See: David Martin-Jones, ‘Art Cinema: The Global Limits of Cinematic Scotland’, pp. 215-232.

  44. Cinema at the periphery - Dina Iordanova, David Martin-Jones, Belén Vidal c2010

    Book  See: David Martin-Jones, ‘Islands at the Edge of History: Landscape and the Past in Recent Scottish Gaelic Films’, pp. 156-174.

  45. Scotland, global cinema: genres, modes and identities - David Martin-Jones c2009 (electronic resource)

    Book  See: pp. 215-232.

  46. The darker side of Bill Forsyth - K. Mathieson August 31, 1984

    Article 

  47. Bill Fosyth. Innocent or Eccentric? - K. Mathiseon 1988

    Article  See: Cencrastus : Scottish and international arts and affairs, 1988, pp. 12-14. Available online.

  48. The cinematic city - David B. Clarke 1997

    Book  See: Colin McArthur, ‘Chinese Boxes and Russian Dolls. tracking the elusive cinematic city’, pp. 19-45.

  49. Scotch reels: Scotland in cinema and television - Colin McArthur 1982

    Book 

  50. Understanding Scotland: the sociology of a nation - David McCrone, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2001 (electronic resource)

    Book 

  51. Scotland - the brand: the making of Scottish heritage - David McCrone, Angela Morris, Richard Kiely 1999, 1995

    Book 

  52. The media in Scotland - Neil Blain, David Hutchison 2008 (electronic resource)

    Book  See: McNair, B. ‘The Scottish Media and Politics', pp. 227-242.

  53. Tartan pimps: Gordon Brown, Margaret Thatcher, and the new Scotland - Mitch Miller, John Rodger, Owen Dudley Edwards 2010

    Book 

  54. Television sitcom - Brett Mills 2005

    Book  See: Introduction, pp. 1-24. Available online.

  55. The Thrifty Pop Man Fall 1984

    Article  See: Sight and Sound, v. 53(4), pp. 296-297.

  56. The media in Scotland - Neil Blain, David Hutchison 2008 (electronic resource)

    Book  See: Ian Mowatt, ‘Broadcast Comedy’, pp. 137-150.

  57. The new Scottish Cinema - Jonathan Murray 2015

    Book  See: Jonathan Murray, ‘DOGMAC: 2000s Scottish-Scandinavian Cinema’, pp. 78-110. Available online.

  58. The cinema of small nations - Mette Hjort, Duncan J. Petrie, MyiLibrary c2007 (electronic resource)

    Book  See: Jonathan Murray ‘Scotland’, pp. 76-92.

  59. Discomfort and joy: the cinema of Bill Forsyth - Jonathan Murray, Ebooks Corporation Limited c2011 (electronic resource)

    Book  See: Jonathan Murray, ‘Comfort and Joy’, pp. 101-129.

  60. The new Scottish Cinema - Jonathan Murray 2015

    Book  See: Jonathan Murray, ‘Travelling Scots: Images of Race and Ethnicity in 2000s Scottish Cinema'.

  61. Kailyard and Scottish literature - Andrew Nash 2007

    Book 

  62. Movies on home ground: explorations in amateur cinema - Ian Craven 2009

    Book  See: Sarah Neely "Ploughing a lonely furrow": Margaret Tait and professional filmmaking practices in 1950s Scotland, pp. 301-326. Available online.

  63. Scottish cinema now - Jonathan Murray, Fidelma Farley, Rod Stoneman, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2009

    Book  See: Sarah Neely & Alan Riach, ‘Demons in the Machine: Experimental Film, Poetry and Modernism in Twentieth-Century Scotland’.

  64. The media in Scotland - Neil Blain, David Hutchison 2008 (electronic resource)

    Book  See: Sarah Neely, ‘Contemporary Scottish Cinema’ (this piece is broadly relevant across the themes of the course, so well worth reading at an early stage).

  65. The media in Scotland - Neil Blain, David Hutchison 2008 (electronic resource)

    Book  See: Hugh O’Donnell, ‘Nae Bevvying, Nae Skiving’: Language and Community in the Scottish Soap Opera’, pp. 213-226.

  66. Fight and argue and improve - A. O'Hagan 2005

    Article  See: The Drouth, v.15, pp. 28-31. Available online.

  67. Screening Scotland - Duncan J. Petrie, British Film Institute 2000

    Book  See: Duncan Petrie, ‘Scotland and the Documentary’, pp. 97-122. Available online.

  68. Contemporary Scottish fictions: film, television and the novel - Duncan J. Petrie c2004

    Book  See: Duncan Petrie, ‘Urban Investigations’, pp. 139-161. Available online.

  69. Screening Scotland - Duncan J. Petrie, British Film Institute 2000

    Book 

  70. Scottish cinema now - Jonathan Murray, Fidelma Farley, Rod Stoneman, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2009

    Book  See: Duncan Petrie, Screening Scotland: A reassessment’, pp. 153-170.

  71. The sectarian myth in Scotland: of bitter memory and bigotry - Michael Rosie c2004

    Book 

  72. How has ethnic diversity changed in Scotland? - Joseph Rowntree Foundation, ESRC Centre on Dynamics of Ethnicity May 2014

    Document 

  73. The media in Scotland - Neil Blain, David Hutchison 2008 (electronic resource)

    Book  See: Jane Sillars & Myra MacDonald, ‘Gender, Spaces, Changes: Emergent Identities in a Scotland in Transition’, pp. 183-198.

  74. The Scottish soldier and empire, 1854-1902 - Edward M. Spiers, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2006

    Book  See: Edward M. Spiers, ‘The Images and Self-Image of the Scottish Soldier’.

  75. Phantom village: the myth of the new Glasgow - Ian Spring 1990

    Book  See: 'Just a boys game', pp. 76-91. Available online.

  76. The Forsyth Saga - E. Stein 1983

    Article 

  77. Tidings of Comfort and Joy - D. Toyeux 1984

    Article  Not part of Library subscription

  78. Scottish cinema now - Jonathan Murray, Fidelma Farley, Rod Stoneman, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2009

    Book  See: Sarah Street, ‘New Scottish Cinema as Trans-National Cinema’, pp. 139-152.

  79. The media in Scotland - Neil Blain, David Hutchison 2008 (electronic resource)

    Book  See: Sweeney, M. ‘Broadcasting: From Birth to Devolution … and Beyond’, pp. 87-104.