To the Ends of the Earth: Scotland's Global Diaspora, 1750-2010

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Part of his trilogy on Scottish history, T. M. Devine's To the Ends of the Earth is a compelling account of the Scots as a 'global people', charting their forgotten role in the building of the modern world. The Scots are one of the world's greatest nations of emigrants. For centuries, untold numbers of men, women and children sought their fortunes in every part of the globe, from the British Empire to the United States, in cities and on prairie farms, as traders, bankers, missionaries, soldiers, politicians and engineers. With To the Ends of the Earth T.M. Devine - acclaimed author of The Scottish Nation and Scotland's Empire - puts this extraordinary epic centre stage in Scottish history, cutting through myth and sentiment surrounding stories such as the Highland Clearances and the Enlightenment to show the true impact of Scottish emigration on the world, and on the nation it left behind. 'A seminal work'
   Harry McGrath, Herald 'Devine's final book in a remarkable trilogy ... fascinating and far-reaching ... His conclusions are ... thoughtful and incisive'
   Scottish Field '[This] rigorous and unsentimental history of Scotland's global diaspora ... explodes myths and foregrounds the prosaic realities of emigration ... it has the fascinating charm of a detective story'
   Guardian 'Presents a grand overview of Scottish emigration ... very revealing'
   Tom Nairn, Scottish Review of Books 'Devine has brought a greater understanding to this fascinating subject and offers an intriguing perspective on a key component of our history and national identity'
   Alex Salmond, First Minister Of Scotland, Herald T.M. Devine, OBE is University Research Professor and Director of the Research Institute of Irish and Scottish Studies at the University of Aberdeen. His other books include The Scottish Nation and To the Ends of the Earth.

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A seminal work ... a new iconoclasm which is welcome given the tosh that sometimes passes for knowledge on the subject of the Scottish diaspora. Commendably, Devine is not afraid to name and shame ... [he] has a rare gift for detecting contradictions (Harry McGrath Herald)

Devine's final book in a remarkable trilogy ... fascinating and far-reaching ... His conclusions are as thoughtful and incisive as you'd expect from an academic who has established himself as one of the deepest thinkers on Scottish identity and history, and whose books remain staggeringly popular ( Scottish Field)

[This] rigorous and unsentimental history of Scotland's global diaspora ... explodes myths and foregrounds the prosaic realities of emigration ... it has the fascinating charm of a detective story ( Guardian)

Presents a grand overview of Scottish emigration ... very revealing ... an example of why To the Ends of the Earth is so timely [is that] it helps define the real landscape of choice and decision that is now presenting itself more plainly since the last Scottish election (Tom Nairn Scottish Review of Books)

Sharply written ... Devine is an admirable historian, acerbic in judgment, and a pleasure to read ... fill[s] a serious gap left by the tendency of imperial historians to dwell on the political and capital power wielded in Westminster and the City of London ( Spectator)

Devine has brought a greater understanding to this fascinating subject and offers an intriguing perspective on a key component of our history and national identity (Alex Salmond, First Minister of Scotland Herald)

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Description du livre Penguin Books Ltd, United Kingdom, 2012. Paperback. État : New. 198 x 130 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Part of his trilogy on Scottish history, T. M. Devine s To the Ends of the Earth is a compelling account of the Scots as a global people , charting their forgotten role in the building of the modern world. The Scots are one of the world s greatest nations of emigrants. For centuries, untold numbers of men, women and children sought their fortunes in every part of the globe, from the British Empire to the United States, in cities and on prairie farms, as traders, bankers, missionaries, soldiers, politicians and engineers. With To the Ends of the Earth T.M. Devine - acclaimed author of The Scottish Nation and Scotland s Empire - puts this extraordinary epic centre stage in Scottish history, cutting through myth and sentiment surrounding stories such as the Highland Clearances and the Enlightenment to show the true impact of Scottish emigration on the world, and on the nation it left behind. A seminal work . (Harry McGrath, Herald ). Devine s final book in a remarkable trilogy .fascinating and far-reaching.His conclusions are .thoughtful and incisive . ( Scottish Field ). [This] rigorous and unsentimental history of Scotland s global diaspora .explodes myths and foregrounds the prosaic realities of emigration . .it has the fascinating charm of a detective story . ( Guardian ). Presents a grand overview of Scottish emigration .very revealing . (Tom Nairn, Scottish Review of Books ). Devine has brought a greater understanding to this fascinating subject and offers an intriguing perspective on a key component of our history and national identity . (Alex Salmond, First Minister Of Scotland, Herald ). T.M. Devine, OBE is University Research Professor and Director of the Research Institute of Irish and Scottish Studies at the University of Aberdeen. His other books include The Scottish Nation and To the Ends of the Earth . N° de réf. du libraire APG9780141015644

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