Christine McGladdery

Author

Christine McGladdery is a Teaching Fellow at the School of History, University of St Andrews. Her main research interests are the relationship between crown and nobility in fifteenth-century Scotland and the chronicle sources of the period. She is a member of the St Andrews Institute of Scottish Historical Research and the Institute of Mediaeval Studies at the University of St Andrews.

Christine McGladdery is a Teaching Fellow at the School of History, University of St Andrews. Her main research interests are the relationship between crown and nobility in fifteenth-century Scotland and the chronicle sources of the period. She is a member of the St Andrews Institute of Scottish Historical Research and the Institute of Mediaeval Studies at the University of St Andrews.

Books

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    In this study of the reign of James II of Scotland, the king is viewed in the context of the Stewart monarchy, from his struggles to overcome his early adversity and the legacy of his father’s style of kingship, to the serious political crises...