A study of the role of literary and ways of rethinking nationalism in post-devolution Scotland. The texts analysed show how conventional ideas of the nation are rapidly evolving, as the ways in which cultural memory is shaped and transmitted undergo a major change. Authors discussed include Alasdair Gray, David Greig, Kathleen Jamie, Malacky Tallack, Amy Liptrot and Ian Stephen.

Transforming Cultural Memory: The Shifting Boundaries of Post-Devolutionary Scottish Literature

Carla Sassi
2022-01-01

Abstract

A study of the role of literary and ways of rethinking nationalism in post-devolution Scotland. The texts analysed show how conventional ideas of the nation are rapidly evolving, as the ways in which cultural memory is shaped and transmitted undergo a major change. Authors discussed include Alasdair Gray, David Greig, Kathleen Jamie, Malacky Tallack, Amy Liptrot and Ian Stephen.
9781474486170
Contemporary Scottish Literature, Scottish nationalism, contemporary Scottish culture, cultural memory
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