Brotherstone, Terry

Brotherstone, Terry, Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, where he has taught since 1968. He has edited or co-edited, and contributed to, a number of books, such as Covenant, Charter and Party: traditions of revolt and protest in modern Scottish history (1989); The Trotsky Reappraisal (1992); History, Economic History and the Future of Marxism (1996); The City and its Worlds: aspects of Aberdeen’s history since 1792 (1996); Gendering Scottish History: an international approach (1999 and 2000); These Fissured Isles: Ireland, Scotland and British history (2005). He has published essays on a variety of topics from Scotland’s ‘declaration of independence’, the Declaration of Arbroath of 1320, through the Scottish ‘Common Sense’ philosophy to ‘Red Clydeside’ and the history of the British Communist Party; and on Marxism and cultural history. He is now working on the Lives in the Oil Industry oral history archive, created in a project he directed from 2000 to 2006. He is currently President of the University and College Union Scotland.


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