- Title Pages
- Introduction Tartan, Tartanry and Hybridity
- 1 Gheibhte breacain charnaid (‘Scarlet Tartans Would be Got …’): the Re-invention of Tradition
- 2 Plaiding The Invention of Scotland
- 3 From David Stewart to Andy Stewart: the Invention and Re-Invention of the Scottish Soldier
- 4 Paying for the Plaid: Scottish Gaelic Identity Politics in Nineteenth-Century North America
- 5 Tartanry into Tartan: Heritage, Tourism and Material Culture
- 6 Myth, Political Caricature and Monstering the Tartan
- 7 Tartanry and its Discontents: The Idea of Popular Scottishness
- 8 ‘Wha’s Like Us?’: Ethnic Representation In Music Hall and Popular Theatre and the Remaking of Urban Scottish Society
- 9 Literary Tartanry as Translation
- 10 Looking at Tartan in Film: History, Identity and Spectacle
- 11 Tartan Comics and Comic Tartanry
- 12 Rock, Pop and Tartan
- 13 Class Warriors or Generous Men in Skirts? The Tartan Army in the Scottish and Foreign Press
- 14 Don’t Take the High Road: Tartanry and its Critics
- Notes on the Contributors
- From Tartan to Tartanry
- Edinburgh University Press
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