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Thomas Stern 18 Jun 15 - 02:29 PM
Jack Campin 18 Jun 15 - 04:58 PM
GUEST,leeneia 19 Jun 15 - 11:44 AM
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Subject: Anent Hamish Henderson published
From: Thomas Stern
Date: 18 Jun 15 - 02:29 PM

edited by Eberhard Bort (University of Edinburgh) for
Grace Note Publications, 2015.

Anent Hamish Henderson


List of Illustrations


Eberhard Bort: Anent Hamish Henderson – Introduction

I Essays

(i) Reminiscences

Sheena Wellington: Hamish Henderson – Inspiration

Dolina Maclennan: Hamish Henderson – Ma Big Pal

(ii) Poetry

Lesley Duncan: Charles Hamilton Sorley and Hamish Henderson – Two Voices from the Battlefield

John Lucas: No Gods and Precious Few Heroes

Richie McCaffery: 'Mak siccar' – A Reading and Critical Commentary of Hamish Henderson's Elegies for the Dead in Cyrenaica

(iii) Folk-Song

Ewan McVicar: I Heard Scotland Singing

Alison McMorland & Geordie McIntyre: In Tune with the 'Underground of Songs'

Raymond Ross: Visions and Voices: The Flyting of Hamish Henderson and Hugh MacDiarmid

Margaret Bennett: Hamish Henderson and Martyn Bennett – Conversations and Collaborations

(iv) Culture and Politics

Eberhard Bort: 'The Shamrock and the Thistle' – Hamish Henderson's Ireland

Ray Burnett: Viva la Gillie More – Hamish Henderson, Gramsci and Subaltern Scotland

Eberhard Bort: Hamish and Madiba – Hamish Henderson, Nelson Mandela, and the Fight against Apartheid in South Africa

II Poems

Mario Relich: Interrogations

David Daiches: Alang wi' Hamish

Donald Smith: Man and Boy

Donald Meek: Seumas MacEanraig

George Gunn: The Bones of Scotland

William Hershaw: Abhainn

Keith Armstrong Stella of Rose Street & The Divided Self

III Interviews

Geordie McIntyre: Risurgimento! – An Interview with Hamish Henderson

Andrew Means: Scottish Studies – A Melody Maker Interview with Hamish Henderson

Jennie Renton: 'Opening Up the Lore of the Travelling People' – A Textualities Interview with Hamish Henderson

Colin Nicholson: 'For Our Own and the Others' – Hamish Henderson

Archie Fisher: 'Ceilidh is an Excellent Word' – A Travelling Folk Interview with Hamish Henderson

Margaret Bennett: Howard Glasser and Hamish Henderson: Creative Collaboration and kinship

Best wishes, Thomas.

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Subject: RE: Anent Hamish Henderson published
From: Jack Campin
Date: 18 Jun 15 - 04:58 PM

One day somebody is going to write a book about HH and take on board all the stuff nobody's saying because somebody might be offended.

At least, I hope to god somebody is collecting the appropriate oral history.

It's not like anybody OUGHT to find anything shameful about it these days, and it IS relevant to the way he went about collecting material.

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Subject: RE: Anent Hamish Henderson published
From: GUEST,leeneia
Date: 19 Jun 15 - 11:44 AM

Aye, verily, 'tis I that met the word 'anent' these many decades ago, yet memory failed.


meaning: concerning; about.

"I'll say a few words anent the letter"

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