Revolt in style : the kilt, male Highland identity, and British imperialist discourse / by Sara B. Ludovissy.

Between 1745 and 1900 the meaning associated with the wearing of the kilt shifted. This thesis examines the period after the Jacobite Revolts of 1745 when the British banned civilian use of the kilt, to the Victorian age when the kilt was widely appropriated. Specifically, this thesis argues that Br...

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Main Author: Ludovissy, Sara B.
Corporate Author: Simmons College (Boston, Mass.). History and Archives Management.
Format: Thesis Book
Published: 2012.

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Call Number: DA818 .L946 2012