Burnett, J., Hughes, K., Macraild, D. M. & Smith, M. (2011). Scottish migrants in the Northern ‘Irish sea industrial zone’, 1841–1911: preliminary patterns and perspectives. Northern History. 49, 75-98. doi:10.1179/174587012X13230354351663. ISSN 0078-172X
Burnett, J. (2010). The Making of the Modern Scottish Highlands 1939 - 1965: withstanding the colossus of advancing materialism. Four Courts Press
Burnett, J. (2008). Department of help for skint Scotsmen! Associationalism among Scots migrants in the north east of England ca 1859-1939. In T. Bueltmann, A. Hinson, & G. Morton (Eds.), Ties of bluid, kin and countrie: Scottish associational culture in the diasporaStewart Publishing
Burnett, J. (2007). “Hail brither Scots O’ Coaly Tyne”: networking and identity among Scottish migrants in the north east of England, ca.1860 – 2000. Immigrants and Minorities. 25, 1 - 21. doi:10.1080/02619280701630870. ISSN 0261-9288
Despite their significant presence throughout the modern era, Scottish emigrants to England have been neglected as a topic of research. At various times, Scottish in-migration...
Burnett, J., & MacRaild, D. M. (2006). The Irish and Scots on Tyneside. In R. Colls, & B. Lancaster (Eds.), Northumbria: a New HistoryPhillimore
Burnett, J. (2004). 'Into the whirling vortex of modernity': cultural developments in the Scottish Gaidhealtachd, 1939-1965. In L. Kennedy, & R. J. Morris (Eds.), Ireland and Scotland: Order and Disorder, 1600-2000, 175-188. John Donald
Burnett, J. (2001). The Highlands and Islands of Scotland as a “cultural museum”: The domestic consequences of migration 1945-2000. Immigrants and Minorities. 20, 35-70. doi:10.1080/02619288.2001.9975008. ISSN 0261-9288
Behind the phenomenon of migration, at the heart of the sending communities, lies a complex range of issues of which historians need to be aware. In this respect, the Highland...