Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2010. — 320 p. — ISBN-10: 0748624317; ISBN-13: 978-0748624317 — (A History of Everyday Life in Scotland EUP. Book 4)Over the twentieth century Scots' lives changed in fast, dramatic and culturally significant ways. By examining their bodies, homes, working lives, rituals, beliefs and consumption, this volume exposes how the very substance of everyday life was composed, tracing both the intimate and the mass changes that the people endured. Using novel perspectives and methods, chapters range across the experiences of work, art and death, the way Scots conceived of themselves and their homes, and the way the 'old Scotland' of oppressive community rules broke down from mid-century as the country reinvented its everyday life and culture.This volume brings together leading cultural historians of twentieth-century Scotland to study the apparently mundane activities of people's lives, traversing the key spaces where daily experience is composed to expose the controversial personal and national politics that ritual and practice can generate.ContentsSeries Editors’ Foreword. Christopher A. Whatley and Elizabeth FoysterIntroduction: Conceiving the Everyday in the Twentieth Century. Lynn Abrams and Callum G. BrownCharting Everyday Experience. Callum G. Brown From Scullery to Conservatory: Everyday Life in the Scottish Home. Lynn Abrams and Linda Fleming Changing Intimacy: Seeking and Forming Couple Relationships. Lynn Jamieson The Realities and Narratives of Paid Work: The Scottish Workplace. Arthur McIvor Being a Man: Everyday Masculinities. Hilary Young Spectacle, Restraint and the Sabbath Wars: The ‘Everyday’ Scottish Sunday. Callum G. Brown After ‘The Religion of My Fathers’: The Quest for Composure in the ‘Post-Presbyterian’ Self. Steven Sutcliffe Culture in the Everyday: Art and Society. Angela Bartie Sickness and Health. John Stewart Passing Time: Cultures of Death and Mourning. E. W. McFarlandFurther Reading Notes on the Contributors Index
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