Kirsteen M MacKenzie, The Solemn League and Covenant of the Three Kingdoms and the Cromwellian Union 1643-1663 (Routledge: Abingdon, 2018).
Kirsteen M MacKenzie, A contested space: demonstrative action and the politics of transitional authority in Glasgow 1650-1653. in L Dean, K Buchannan & M Penman (eds), Medieval and Early Modern Representations of Authority in Scotland, England and Ireland.. Routledge Taylor & Francis Group (London, 2016).
Kirsteen M MacKenzie, ‘Oliver Cromwell and the Solemn League and Covenant of the Three Kingdoms’ in P. Little ed., ‘Oliver Cromwell: New Perspectives’ (Palgrave, 2008).
Kirsteen MacKenzie, ‘Loyalty to King or Covenant Retained: Presbyterians in the Three Nations and the English Commonwealth 1649-1653’ in Archibald J et al eds., ‘Beyond the Anchoring Grounds: More Cross-Currents in Irish Scottish Studies’ (Belfast, 2005).
Kirsteen M MacKenzie, ‘The Historical Case for a Federative Britain’ Policy Paper History&Policy 2020. http://www.historyandpolicy.org/policy-papers/papers/the-historical-case-for-a-federative-britain
ARTICLES – PEER REVIEWED AND NON PEER REVIEWED
Kirsteen M MacKenzie, ‘The Solemn League and Covenant’, The Routledge Encyclopedia of the Renaissance World (Forthcoming, Routledge: Abingdon, 2021).
Kirsteen M MacKenzie ‘Cromwellian Scotland’ The Routledge Encyclopedia of the Renaissance World (Forthcoming, Routledge: Abingdon, 2021).
Kirsteen M MacKenzie ‘The Conundrum of Marginality: Mercurius Politicus, Order and the Politics of Glencairn’s Rising’ in Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies (2013).
Kirsteen M MacKenzie, ‘The Great Fire of Glasgow’. History Scotland (2013).
Kirsteen M MacKenzie, ‘A Glimpse Behind the Censor: Baillie and the Covenanting Printing Press’. Notes and Queries (2013).
Kirsteen M MacKenzie ‘Restoring the Nation? Hamilton and the Politics of the National Covenant’ International Review of Scottish Studies 36 (2011).
Kirsteen M MacKenzie ‘The Waiting Game: Cromwellian Diplomacy, the Foreign Experience’ Cromwelliana (2009).
GUEST BLOG POSTS
Kirsteen M MacKenzie, ‘The Case for Universal Access and Design: the example of the Civil War Petitions Project’ The Civil War Petitions Project Blog (May, 2020) https://www.civilwarpetitions.ac.uk/blog/the-case-for-universal-access-and-design-the-example-of-the-civil-war-petitions-project/
Kirsteen M MacKenzie ‘The Journey Towards Fresh Perspectives: Personal Reflections on Historical Writing’ Trumpet of Sedition Blog (May, 2018) http://keith-perspective.blogspot.com/2018/05/the-journey-towards-fresh-perspectives.html
Kirsteen M MacKenzie, The Irish Parliament 1613-89: the evolution of a colonial institution by Coleman Dennehy Journal of British Studies (Forthcoming).
Kirsteen M MacKenzie, Stuart Style: Monarchy, Dress and the Scottish Male Elite by Maria Hayward Journal of the Sydney Society for Scottish Studies (Forthcoming).
Kirsteen M MacKenzie, Disaffection and Everyday Life in Interregnum England by Caroline Boswell Paragon (Forthcoming).
Kirsteen M MacKenzie, Roguery in Print: crime and culture in early modern London by Lena Liapi The Seventeenth Century 1-2 (2020).
Kirsteen M MacKenzie, Lost Lives, New Voices: Unlocking the Stories from the Soldiers from the Battle of Dunbar by Christopher Gerrard, Pam Graves, Andrew Millard, Richard Annis and Anwen Caffel Northern History 1-2 (2020).
Kirsteen M MacKenzie, English Catholics and Confessional Mobility by Lisebeth Corens European History Quarterly Forthcoming.
Kirsteen M MacKenzie, The Life and Works of Robert Baillie (1602-1662): politics, religion and record keeping in the British Civil Wars by Alexander Campbell English Historical Review 134 (569) 994-996. (2019).
Kirsteen M MacKenzie, The British Civil Wars at Sea by Elaine Murphy and Richard Blakemore The Seventeenth Century 34:3 (2019) 408-410.
Kirsteen M MacKenzie, Britain’s Lost Revolution: Jacobite Scotland and the French Grand Strategy 1701-8 by Daniel Szechi Northern Scotland (2018) 9:1 87-89.
Kirsteen M MacKenzie. Scottish History Society, Miscellany of the Scottish History Society, Volume XIV (Woodbridge, Suffolk; Boydell and Brewer, 2013. Pp. 261. Cloth ISBN 978-0-906245-35-4, £40.00). Journal of Scottish Historical Studies, vol 35, no. 1, (2015) pp. 124-126.
Kirsteen M MacKenzie Oliver Cromwell: God’s Warrior and the English Revolution By Ian Gentles, London and New York, Palgrave pp. 263 £14.19 (Paperback).
Kirsteen M MacKenzie, Book Review ‘Selling Cromwell’s Wars: Media, Empire and Godly Warfare, 1650-1658 By Nicole Greenspan, London and Vermont, Pickering and Chatto, V pp. 247 £60.00 (Hardcover). Parliamentary History (2013).
Kirsteen M MacKenzie, Bernard Capp England’s Culture Wars: Puritan Reformation and its Enemies in the Interregnum 1649-1660 Reviews in History, Institute of Historical Research (2012).
Kirsteen M MacKenzie, Allan Macinnes The British Confederate: Archibald Campbell, Marquess of Argyll c.1607-1661 Edinburgh, John Donald 2011 The Seventeenth Century 2012. [Book Review].
Kirsteen M MacKenzie, Geoffrey Smith, Royalist Agents, Conspiritors and Spies: their role in the British Civil Wars 1640-1660’ [Book Review] Reviews in History, Institute of Historical Research (2012).
Kirsteen M MacKenzie, Northern Views [A review of M. Newton, Warriors of the Word (Birlinn, 2009)] in Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies 2010, published online http://www.abdn.ac.uk/riiss/ISSjournalReviewsSection.shtml
Kirsteen M MacKenzie, William P. Kelly and John R. Young eds. Scotland and the Ulster Plantations: Explorations in the British Settlements of Stuart Ireland. Ulster and Scotland 8. Dublin; Four Courts Press, 2009. International Review of Scottish Studies, University of Guelph
Ask Historians Conference – Global . Roundtable – Making History in 2020: Contemporary Issues in Historical Practice
2020 The Case for Universal Access and Design
University of Kent, MEMS Conference
2020 Anglo-French Diplomacy
University of Newcastle, UK
2020 Anti-Catholicism and Print Culture
National Trust for Scotland Culloden
2017 ‘Alexander Smith and the Jacobite Risings’
ICHPI Conference, Dublin
2013 ‘Contextualising the Irish Confederate Oath of Association’,
AHRC funded Anglo-Scottish Symposium at the University of Manchester
2013 ‘Exclusion or Inclusion? The Anglo-Scottish War Effort and the Politics of Propaganda 1643-1647’
Maritime communities of the North Atlantic Arc: contexts, connections and comparisons University of Strathclyde.
2013 MacKenzie KM ‘Northern Exposure: The Hebrides, Anglo-Dutch war and the politics of Glencairn’s Rising’
Representations of Authority Conference, University of Stirling
2012 The Ties that Bind: The Glasgow Fire of 1652 and Anglo-Scottish Relations
Liminal Communities Symposium RIISS, University of Aberdeen
2011 ‘The Scottish Highlands and the politics of the London Press during the mid seventeenth century’
Reading Early Modern Studies Conference
2010 The Awkward Neighbour: Scotland and the creation of the English Republic
Jacobite Studies Conference, University of Strathclyde
2010 Faith and Fortune: Alexander Smith and the Jacobite Risings
New Perspectives on Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Scotland,
Economic and Social History Society of Scotland Conference
2010 Dismantling the Republic: A Fresh Perspective on Cromwellian Scotland
Republican Exchanges Conference at University of Newcastle
2009 ‘Established Law Versus the Sword’: The Illegality of English Republicanism in Scotland 1649-1660’
Research Institute of Scottish and Irish Studies at University of Aberdeen
2005 ‘Henry Cromwell: The Saviour of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland?’
International Cross-currents Conference at Trinity College Dublin
2004 ‘Loyalty to King or Covenant Retained: Presbyterians and the English Commonwealth 1649-1653’.
MEMBERSHIPS OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES AND ORGANISATIONS
2020- Elected Fellow of the Royal Historical Society
2020 Thomas Hobbes Society
2014- Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
2008-2019 Member of the Royal Historical Society
2008- Scottish History Society
2000-15,2018 Historical Association
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