Heritage case studies: Scotland
Heritage case studies: Scotland

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2.8 References and further reading

Ascherson, N. (2002) Stone Voices: The Search for Scotland (revised edn), London, Granta.

Basu, P. (2007) Highland Homecomings: Genealogy and Heritage Tourism in the Scottish Diaspora, London, Routledge.

Carman, J. and Carman, P. (2006) Bloody Meadows: Investigating Landscapes of Battle, Thrupp, Sutton.

Culloden (1964) DVD, Peter Watkins (director), BBC British Film Institute [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] (accessed 27 May 2008).

Gatewood, J.B. and Cameron, C.M. (2004) ‘Battlefield pilgrims at Gettysburg National Military Park’, Ethnology, vol. 43, no. 3, pp. 193–216.

Gold, M. and Gold, J. (2003) ‘Representing Culloden: social memory, battlefield heritage and landscapes of regret’ in Hanna, S.P. and Del Casino, V.J. (eds) Mapping Tourism, Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, pp. 108–131.

Johnston, R. and Ripmeester, M. (2007) ‘A monument's work is never done: the Watson monument, memory, and forgetting in a small Canadian city’, International Journal of Heritage Studies, vol. 13, no. 2, p. 117.

Lloyd, D. (1998) Battlefield Tourism. Pilgrimage and the Commemoration of the Great War in Britain, Canada and Australia 1919–1939, Oxford, Berg.

Lunn, K. (2007) ‘War memorialisation and public heritage southeast Asia: some case studies and comparative reflections’, International Journal of Heritage Studies, vol. 13, no. 1, p. 81.

Magnusson, M (2001) Scotland. The Story of a Nation (new edn), London, HarperCollins.

Mankell, H. (2004) The Return of the Dancing Master, London, Vintage.

McArthur, C. (1994) ‘Culloden: a pre-emptive strike?’ Scottish Affairs, vol. 9, pp. 97–126.

McLean, F., Garden, M.C.E. and Urquhart, G. (2007) ‘Romanticising tragedy: Culloden battle site in Scotland’ in Ryan, C. (ed.) Battlefield Tourism: History, Place and Interpretation, Oxford, Elsevier, pp. 221–34.

Magnusson, M. (2001) Scotland: The Story of a Nation, London, HarperCollins.


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