Kirsteen M MacKenzie
Dr Kirsteen M MacKenzie holds a Master of Arts in History and Politics and obtained her PhD in History both at the University of Aberdeen. Dr MacKenzie is a lecturer in history at the University of Aberdeen Her primary interests are in Britain and Ireland during the mid seventeenth century she also has an emerging interest in Anglo-French relations during the mid-seventeenth century and Franco-Scottish cultural exchange over long periods of time. Key publications include:
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).
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).