Great Britain: Scotland
(see also Great Britain)
CIA World Factbook. Includes map.
On the Web: Specialized Sites
Napier, Alison. "The angry Scot," New Internationalist (3/96):17.
In the Library: Non-Fiction Books
Bromley, Catherine (ed.) Devolution: Scottish Answers to Scottish Questions? (Edinburgh: Edinburgh U., 2003).
Clements, Alan; Kenny Farquharson & Kristy Wark. Restless Nation (Edinburgh: Mainstream, 1996).
Harvie, Christopher. Scotland & Nationalism: Scottish Society & Politics, 1707 to the Present (4th ed.; NY: Routledge, 2004).
Hassan, Gerry. The New Scotland (London: Fabian Society, 1998).
Hutchison, I.G.C. Scottish Politics in the 20th C. (NY: Palgrave, 2001).
Ichijo, Atsuko. Scottish Nationalism & the Idea of Europe: Concepts of Europe & the Nation (NY: Routledge, 2004).
Mitchell, James. Governing Scotland: The Invention of Administrative Devolution (NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003).
Pittock, Murray. Scottish Nationality (NY: Palgrave, 2001).
Seawright, David. An Important Matter of Principle: The Decline of the Scottish Conservative & Unionist Party (Brookfield VT.: Ashgate, 1999).
Taylor, Brian. Scotland's Parliament: Triumph & Disaster (Edinburgh: Edinburgh U., 2002).
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In the Library: Photography
"Aberdeen" , dir. Hans Petter Moland, 103m. From First Run Features.
"Breaking the Waves" , dir. Lars van Trier, 159m. In video stores.
"My Name is Joe" , dir. Ken Loach, 105m. Reformed alcoholic & soccer coach meets hardworking nurse in Glasgow.
"Ratcatcher" , dir. Lynne Ramsay, ?m.
"Shallow Grave" , dir. Danny Boyle, 93m.
"Trainspotting" , dir. Danny Boyle, 94m. Young man attempts escape from Edinburgh drug scene.
"Young Adam" , dir. David Mackenzie, 93m. Sex, deception & working -class life in 1950s.