The Institute of Governance is pleased to announce the publication of a new book "Revolution or Evolution? The 2007 Scottish Elections" by John Curtice, David McCrone, Nicola McEwen, Michael Marsh and Rachel Ormston. [15 Dec 2009]
Venue: Dominion Theatre, Edinburgh, Sunday 6 December at 6.00pm [02 Dec 2009]
The Institute of Governance is pleased to announce, on St Andrew’s Day 2009, the publication of a new book ‘National Days: constructing and mobilizing national identity’, edited by David McCrone, and Gayle McPherson (Glasgow Caledonian University). [30 Nov 2009]
Nicola McEwen has been appointed as Co-Director of the Institute of Governance, working alongside fellow Co-Director David McCrone. [01 Oct 2009]
Reception hosted by Ms Roser Clavell, Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation of the Government of Catalonia [17 Sep 2009]
National Identity, Nationalism and Constitutional Change. [21 Aug 2009]
Paper presented at the interdisciplinary workshop on 'The Arts, the State, Identity and the Wealth of Nations: case studies of Ireland and Scotland, Trinity College Dublin, 23rd and 24th April 2009. [30 Apr 2009]
Leaving reception for Interns on the Spring 2009 Parliamentary Programme.
[23 Apr 2009]
Edinburgh University's Bulletin magazine published an interview on Homecoming by Professors Tom Devine and David McCrone of Edinburgh University, available to download here.
[17 Apr 2009]
A conference to mark the first decade of the Scottish Parliament, Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh 12 May 2009, with Hansard Society Scotland. [18 Mar 2009]
To mark the 250th birth of Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns, the Institute's co-director, David McCrone, chaired the Burns Supper and Ceilidh on 29th January for the Graduate School of Social and Political Science. He gave the Address to the Haggis, and the speech, the Immortal Memory, in Burns' honour. [10 Feb 2009]
Edinburgh University Press is to publish the book on the 2007 Scottish election, which saw the Scottish National Party come to power as a minority government. The book, to be called, 'Revolution or Evolution: the Scottish elections of 2007' is edited by John Curtice, David McCrone, Nicola McEwen and Rachel Ormston, and will be published later in 2009. [30 Jan 2009]
Despite their obvious importance, very little has been written about 'National Days', those dates which different nations judge to be especially significant in cultural and political terms. We are delighted to say that Palgrave Macmillan have agreed to publish an edited book on 'National Days', which will be edited by David McCrone and Gayle McPherson (Glasgow Caledonian University), and due for publication at the end of this year. [30 Jan 2009]
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