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Graeme Morton

Graeme Morton

Graeme Morton

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Graeme Morton is Professor of Modern History at the University of Dundee and was previously the inaugural Scottish Studies Foundation Chair at the University of Guelph. With research interests in nationalism, national identity and diasporic studies, his recent publications include William Wallace: A National Tale (Edinburgh UP, 2014), The Scottish Diaspora (with Tanja Bueltmann and A. Hinson, Edinburgh UP, 2013), Ourselves and Others: Scotland 1832-1914 (Edinburgh, UP2012) and (co-edited) Irish and Scottish Encounters with Indigenous Peoples (MQUP, 2013). 

As well as continuing to work on Scottish national identity and nationalism, his current research on the Scottish diaspora is focused around migration and meteorological variation: ‘Extreme Weather and Patterns of Emigration: Scotland, 1770-1988’. Funded by Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) of Canada.

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