The power and mythology of collective memories of place in understanding Scotland

Andrew Blaikie, The Scots Imagination and Modern Memory: Representations of Belonging, Edinburgh University Press. The 1980s and 1990s was probably the heyday of Scottish cultural studies with the work of Colin MacArthur, Tom Nairn, Lindsay Paterson and others engendering a constant critique and (generally) healthy debate about historical and contemporary representations of Scotland nurtured by […] Source