Donnachie, Ian

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DONNACHIE, Ian. Scottish, b. 1944. Genres: Economics, History. Career: Strathclyde University, dept. of history, research assistant, 1967-68; Napier University, Edinburgh, lecturer in history, 1968-70; Open University in Scotland, staff tutor in history, 1970-85, sr. lecturer, 1985-; Deakin University, Vic., lecturer in social sciences, 1982; University of Dundee, hon. lecturer in history, 1998-. Visiting fellow, Deakin University, and University of Sydney, NSW, 1985. Assistant ed., Industrial Archaeology, 1968-73, and Industrial Archaeology Review, 1975-78. Publications: (with J. Butt and J. Hume) Industrial History: Scotland, 1968; (with J. Butt) The Industries of Scotland, 1969; Industrial Archaeology of Galloway, 1971; War and Economic Growth in Britain 1793-1815, 1973; (with I. Macleod) Old Galloway, 1974; Roads and Canals, 1976; (with A. Hogg) The War of Independence and the Scottish Nation, 1976; (with J. Hume and M. Moss) Historic Industrial Scenes: Scotland, 1977; A History of the Brewing Industry in Scotland, 1979; (with J. Butt) Industrial Archaeology in the British Isles, 1979; (with I. Macleod) Victorian and Edwardian Scottish Lowlands in Old Photographs, 1979; (with G. Hewitt) Scottish History 1560-1980, 1982; (with C. Harvie and I.S. Wood) Forward! Labour Politics in Scotland 1888-1988, 1989; (with G. Hewitt) Companion to Scottish History, 1989; (with C. Whatley) The Manufacture of Scottish History, 1991; (with G. Hewitt) Historic New Lanark, 1993, 2nd ed., 1999; Robert Owen, 2000; (with G. Hewitt) Collins Dictionary of Scottish History, 2001. EDITOR: (with J. Butt) Industrial Archaeology, 5 vols., 1969-73; Studying Scottish History, Literature and Culture, 1996; Modern Scottish History 1707 to the Present, 5 vols., 1998. Address: Open University in Scotland, Jennie Lee House, 10 Drumsheugh Gardens, Edinburgh EH3 7QJ, Scotland. Online address: [email protected]