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Background Information

Employment History

Stranraer


Director

School of Scottish Studies


Affiliations

The University of Edinburgh

Emeritus Professor of English


Education

MA


Web References(22 Total References)


Authors writing for Stranraer and District Local History Trust

www.stranraerhistory.org.uk [cached]

John R Hume - David Kirkwood - Dr Jane Murray - Norman Fidler - Bill McCormack - John MacQueen
The foreword has been written by Prof John MacQueen. PLACE-NAMES IN THE RHINNS OF GALLOWAY AND LUCE VALLEY - John MacQueen John 'Jack' MacQueen spent much of his working life at Edinburgh University where he eventually became Professor of Scottish Literature and Oral Tradition, and Director of the School of Scottish Studies. He has written or edited a number of books and articles, mainly on Scottish subjects. For nearly forty years he has had a house in the Rhinns, where he now lives permanently.


Celtic Seer - Book Review

alastairmcintosh.com [cached]

John MacQueen (School of Scottish Studies) illustrates this in his paper contrasting the Venerable Bedes sanitised creation of the image of St Columba as primarily a missionary saint, with that of Columbas hagiographer and eighth successor on lona, Adamnan, who treats Columba primarily as a seer, whose abilities reached across time and space, and were capable of perceiving spiritual as well as physical entities. Combine these two perspectives and one arrives at a classic composite of the shaman.


Stranraer and District Local History Trust - Authors

www.stranraerhistory.org.uk [cached]

John MacQueen
John MacQueen John 'Jack' MacQueen spent much of his working life at Edinburgh University where he eventually became Professor of Scottish Literature and Oral Tradition, and Director of the School of Scottish Studies. He has written and edited a number of books and articles, mainly on Scottish subjects. Having spent his boyhood holidays with his maternal grandparents in Port Logan, for nearly forty years he has had a house in the Rhinns, where he now lives permanently. The foreword has been written by Prof. John MacQueen.


Stranraer and District Local History Trust - Authors

stranraerhistory.org.uk [cached]

William Todd | John R Hume | Jack Hunter | David Kirkwood | James Blair, Andrew Hannay | and James Sproule | Dr Jane Murray | John MacQueen | Archie Bell | Prof. Charles McNeil | John S. Boyd | Norman Fidler | Donnie Nelson | John MacQueen | Bill McCormack | Sandy Rankin | Fraser MacHaffie | Trevor Boult | Bill Gill | John Scoular | Tom McCreath | Jack Hunter | David Kirkwood | Donnie Nelson
William Todd | John R Hume | Jack Hunter | David Kirkwood | James Blair, Andrew Hannay | and James Sproule | Dr Jane Murray | John MacQueen | Archie Bell | Prof. Charles McNeil | John S. Boyd | Norman Fidler | Donnie Nelson | John MacQueen | Bill McCormack | Sandy Rankin | Fraser MacHaffie | Trevor Boult | Bill Gill | John Scoular | Tom McCreath | Jack Hunter | David Kirkwood | Donnie Nelson John MacQueen John MacQueen John 'Jack' MacQueen spent much of his working life at Edinburgh University where he eventually became Professor of Scottish Literature and Oral Tradition, and Director of the School of Scottish Studies. He has written and edited a number of books and articles, mainly on Scottish subjects. Having spent his boyhood holidays with his maternal grandparents in Port Logan, for nearly forty years he has had a house in the Rhinns, where he now lives permanently. The foreword has been written by Prof. John MacQueen.


Stranraer and District Local History Trust - Authors

www.stranraerhistory.org.uk [cached]

Jack Hunter | William Todd | John R Hume | David Kirkwood | James Blair, Andrew Hannay | and James Sproule | Dr Jane Murray | Norman Fidler | Prof. Charles McNeil | John MacQueen | John S. Boyd | Donnie Nelson | Archie Bell | Bill McCormack | Sandy Rankin | Fraser MacHaffie | Trevor Boult | Bill Gill | John Scoular | Tom McCreath
John MacQueen John MacQueen John 'Jack' MacQueen spent much of his working life at Edinburgh University where he eventually became Professor of Scottish Literature and Oral Tradition, and Director of the School of Scottish Studies. He has written and edited a number of books and articles, mainly on Scottish subjects. Having spent his boyhood holidays with his maternal grandparents in Port Logan, for nearly forty years he has had a house in the Rhinns, where he now lives permanently. The foreword has been written by Prof. John MacQueen.


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