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Lynch, Michael

LYNCH, Michael

LYNCH, Michael. Scottish, b. 1946. Genres: History. Career: Writer. University College of North Wales, Bangor, lecturer in history, 1971-79; University of Edinburgh, Scotland, lecturer, 1979-88, senior lecturer in Scottish history, 1988-92, Sir William Fraser professor of Scottish history and palaeography, 1992-. Publications: Edinburgh and the Reformation, 1981; Scotland: A New History, 1992; (with E.P. Dennison and D. Ditchburn) Aberdeen before 1800: A New History, 2002. EDITOR: The Early Modern Town in Scotland, 1986; (with G. Stell and M. Spearman) The Scottish Medieval Town, 1987; Mary Stewart: Queen in Three Kingdoms, 1989; (with A.A. MacDonald and I.B. Cowan) The Renaissance in Scotland: Studies in Literature, Religion, History, and Culture Offered to John Durkhan, 1994; (with D. Broun and R.J. Finlay) Image and Identity: The Making and Re-making of Scotland through the Ages, 1998; (with J. Goodare) The Reign of James VI, 2000; (with H.T. Dickinson) The Challenge to Westminster: Sovereignty, Devolution and Independence, 2000; Oxford Companion to Scottish History, 2001. Address: Dept of Scottish History, University of Edinburgh, 17 Buccleuch Pl, Edinburgh EH8 9LN, England. Online address: [email protected]

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