- Chapter 1
Background of the Times in Which Burns Lived, Loved and Wrote
- Chapter 2
Guest columnist David E. Shi, President, Furman University, Greenville, SC, USA
- Chapter 3
Whiskey and Burns Gang Thegither by Thomas Keith
- Chapter 4
Dining in Ayrshire
Guest columnist Thomas C. Burns, Ph.D.
Guest columnist Dr. G. Ross Roy.
G. Ross Roy’s Library.
My Long-Awaited Journey Through Burns Country
Robert Burns – Country Dancer
Dumfries Burns Howff
G. Ross Part II
Robert Barr, Jr.
Dr. G. Ross Roy
North Carolina College Honors G. Ross Roy
Who Are These Burns People?
Another Tour of Burns Country
Immortal Memory at the Atlanta Burns Club
22 Days - An Highland Immortal Memory
- Chapter 23
Burns Chronicle Index
- Chapter 24
Sir Walter Scott and Robert Burns
Robert Burns Diamond Stylus
With Passions Wild and Strong
Scottish Coin To Celebrate 250th
Anniversary of Robert Burns’ Birth
My Favorite Burns Poem
- Chapter 30
A Place to come to
- Chapter 31
Burns Nicht Bits, Tidbits, and Fragments
Robert Burns and James Hogg
Hunters’ Illustrated History of the Family, Friends and Contemporaries of Robert Burns
An article by Professor David Purdie, "What Burns means to me".
An article by Dr. Carruthers,
"What Burns means to me".
An article by Billy Kay - "What Burns means to me".
An article by Eddi Reader - "What Burns means to me".
An article by
Dr. Kenneth Simpson -
"What Burns means to me".
"Inspiration on Inauguration Day" by Clark McGinn
(with reflections on Lincoln, Jefferson, and Washington)
- Chapter 40
Alex Salmond Speaks at Burns Symposium in Washington, D.C.
- Chapter 41
G. Ross Roy Collection of Robert Burns
- Chapter 42
An article by G. Ross Roy - "What Burns means to me".
- Chapter 43
An article by Patrick Scott - "The Immortal Memory".
- Chapter 44
Sunday Post articles on Robert Burns.
- Chapter 45
The Bard - Robert Burns, a biography.
The Bard. A Review of the book by
Professor Gerard Carruthers.
Address to the Burns Club of Atlanta by Bill Dawson
Chat with Robert Crawford author of "The Bard".
Ae Fond Kiss, A Speech by Dr. James W. Flannery
Starkey Staring Mad by Clark McGinn
"Fickle Man", Robert Burns in the 21st Century
Robert Burns in England
by Chris J. Rollie
Phrenology of Burns By Megan Coyer
Address to Robert Burns given by Clark McGinn at Westminster Abbey
Robert Burns and Slavery by Gerard Carruthers
Archibald Skirving and his Drawing of Robert Burns by Robert Carnie
Order' in 18th C. Edinburgh, The Case of Miss Burns V the Baillie
by Robert Carnie
A Speech by Robert Carnie
Burns - Writer of Songs
by Robert H. Carnie
- Chapter 60
Burns the Improviser by Robert H. Carnie
- Chapter 61
The Honorary Graduation of Professor G. Ross Roy
- Chapter 62
‘To Mr Robert Burns’: Verse Epistles
Irish Poetic Circle
by Jennifer Orr
- Chapter 63
What Burns Means to Me by
James Macsween, Director, Macsweens of Edinburgh.
- Chapter 64
Programs at the Mitchell Library
Burns Research Unit for Dumfries
- Chapter 66
On Burns Prosody: Address to a Haggis by Colin Blyth
- Chapter 67
What Haggis means to me.
Burns and Historic Scotland
The Auction of a Robert Burns Bowl Replica
Book Review of "The Best Laid Schemes: Selected Poetry & Prose of Robert
Burns" Edited by Robert Crawford & Christopher MacLachlan.
Burns Statue in Chicago
Follow-up Story of Chicago’s Defaced Robert Burns Statue
Was Robert Burns a Member
of the Friends of the People in Dumfries?
An article by
Floridian John Hollingsworth
- Chapter 75
Regarding the Homecoming
- Chapter 76
Robert Burns, The Fornicators Court
- Chapter 77
Immortal Memory Address, 2010 By Corey E. Andrews
- Chapter 78
Night: Poetry and Emotion By Clark McGinn
- Chapter 79
A Reply to Mark Wilson’s Essay ‘Was
Robert Burns a Member of the Friends of the People in Dumfries?’
- Chapter 80
Questions Patrick Scott Hogg Should Answer By Mark J. Wilson
- Chapter 81
Another Reply to Paddy Hogg
- Chapter 82
Can Meet Rabbie In Many Unexpected Places! By Clark McGinn
Email from Patrick Scott Hogg to Frank R. Shaw and
A Lazy Saturday Morning with Two New Burns Friends
My grandson, Ian Shaw
My granddaughter, Stirling Shaw
The Luath Kilmarnock Edition of Poems, Chiefly in
the Scottish Dialect, Edited by Dr. John Cairney and Clark
The Peculiar ‘Research’ of Patrick Scott Hogg
Merry Muses, Edited by Dr. Valentina Bold, Glasgow University
Another Unsubstantiated Claim by
The Drouth, Edited by Johnny Rodger and Mitchell Miller
Burns and Slavery by Clark McGinn
Lament for Slavery? The Case of Robert Burns By Corey E. Andrews,
Youngstown State University
Chairman of the Bard by Jim Gilchrist, The Scotsman.
by Shelia Szatkowski
The Tears of Robert Burns by Clark McGinn
Book Review of Scottish and Irish Romanticism By Murray Pittock
Presentation of the G. Ross Roy Medal by Dr. Rhona Brown
The Robert Burns 1859 Centenary: Mapping Transatlantic (Dis)Connection
By Professor Leith Davis
The 100th Anniversary of the Laying of the Cornerstone at Robert
Burns Cottage By the Burns Club of Atlanta.
Poetry Reading and Lecture by Dr. Robert Crawford.
Robert Burns and the Excise By Gerard Carruthers
The Biographical Construction of Robert Fergusson, 1774-1900 By
Auld Lang Syne by Kate Taylor
Robert Burns’s Reputation as the “Genius” of Scotland By Dr. Corey
An Unpublished Letter from Burns to Prof James Gregory MD - with an
early draft MS of 'On seeing a wounded Hare' By Prof. David Purdie
MD FRCP FSA Scot. Editor, The Burns Encyclopaedia.
Ideological Adaption of Robert Burns in the Soviet Union By Dr.
Natalia Kaloh Vid (Slovenia, University of Maribor, Faculty of Arts)
Robert Burns: Bawdy Language By Pauline Anne Mackay
A Million Reasons Robert Burns Will Never Die!
The Burns Chronicle
Frank Gives a Talk to the Burns and Beyond Conference in Glasgow
Burns and Beyond: A One Day Conference hosted by the Centre of
Robert Burns Studies by Dr. Rhona Brown, University of Glasgow.
Burns and Sex By George Scott Wilkie
Remember Tam O'Shanter's Mare, A Study of Burns and Health, by Sir
Almost Speechless by Clark McGinn
Burns and Bawdy by R.D.S. Jack
A Trip to Glasgow to Speak on Robert Burns
Robert Burns – His Life, Illness and Death: 18th
Century Medicine in Scotland
By Thorne Winter, MD.
Robert Burns & Pastoral By Nigel
The G. Ross Roy Collection of Robert Burns: An Illustrated
Catalogue. A book review by Dr. Kenneth Simpson
This and That. Rachel Bergstrand and Natalia Kaloh Vid.
Pretty Nancy By
Robert Burns: A Life in Letters
by George Scott Wilkie
The History of The Burns Club of London: 1868 to 1968 Part I By
The History of The Burns Club of London: 1868 to 1968 Part II
Venders, Purchasers, Admirers: Burnsian ‘Men of Action’ from the
Nineteenth to the Twenty-First Century By Dr. Corey E. Andrews
Robert Burns in Global
Culture Edited by Murray
In Search of Highland Mary
By Dr. Gerard Carruthers, Glasgow University
Vindication of Highland Mary by
Deirdre Nicholls, BA (HON) ATC MBA FRSA - Burns Bronze Statue
Supper held at the Stonehouse Primary School near Larkhall, Glasgow
Scottish Parliament is Memorable Venue for American
Erin’s First Burns Supper
The Mitchell Burns Collection: The Best in the World? By Gerry
Scottish Bards and English Prelates By Clark McGinn
“A Tribute to Dr. Patrick Scott”, A Noted Robert Burns Scholar By
Frank R. Shaw
of "Robert Burns and Transatlantic Culture", Nineteenth-Century
Transatlantic Studies, Edited by Sharon Alker, Leith Davis and Holly
Robert Burns: Scotland's
National Bard by Erin Frazer, Senior, Furman University, Greenville,
The Correspondence of Samuel Thomson (1766-1816). Fostering an Irish
writers’ circle By Jennifer Orr, Editor.
Patrician Protégé, People’s Poet by Professor Christopher Whatley.
Rehabilitating the Radical: Robert Burns in the Belfast Press in the
Period of the Irish Act of Union by
A Forgotten Hero By Clark
The Songs of Burns and the Serge Hovey Archive by Patrick Scott
Fiddling with Known Burns: Burns and the Limits of Criticism By
‘Love and Poesy’: Burns and Highland Mary By Ken Simpson
As Others Saw Him: Robert Burns and
Highland Mary by G Ross Roy
Sight”: Burns and Enjoyment by
Professor Ian Duncan
John DeLancey Ferguson (1888-1966): An Appreciation By Corey Andrews
Robert Burns and The Invention of the Haggis By Clark McGinn
My Friend Robert Burns by Ian MacMillan
How Many Copies Were Printed of Burns's Second (Edinburgh) Edition?
By G. Ross Roy
Robert Burns’s First Printer: John Wilson of Kilmarnock. Part 1: The
Book Market in Burns’s Ayrshire by Patrick Scott.
Robert Burns’s First Printer: John Wilson of Kilmarnock. Part 2:
Printing Books for Local Authors by Patrick Scott.
The New Studies in Scottish Literature Goes Digital (and keeps
print) By Patrick Scott
Atlanta’s Robert Burns Cottage by Frank R. Shaw.
Burns's Poems and their Audience By Ian Campbell
Digitizing Robert Burns By Frank Shaw
Robert Fergusson and the Scottish Periodical Press by
Book Review: "Robert Burns & Friends", Essays by W. Ormiston Roy
Fellows Presented to G. Ross Roy Edited by Patrick Scott & Kenneth
Whatever Happened to Gavin Turnbull? Hunting Down a Friend of Burns
in South Carolina by Patrick Scott.
Robert Burns’s “The Twa Dogs”: ideological aspects of translation
into Russian By Natalia Kaloh Vid
Scotland and the 19th-Century World edited by Gerard
Carruthers, David Goldie and Alastair Renfrew
Robert Burns Lives!
Publishes its 150th Chapter by Bill Dawson
Aspects of the Humour of Robert Burns by Dr. J. Walter McGinty
G. Ross Roy
Memory to Robert Burns, Burns Club of Atlanta by Frank Shaw
What others are saying about Robert Burns Lives!
more Popular could Burns be if translated into English? By Alastair
McIntyre GOTJ, FSA Scot
Just another Saturday Night in Scotland by
Studies in Scottish Literature
Christ Church Burns Supper, 25 January 2013, By Stephen Hammock
On Finding A Battered Copy of Burns’ Poems by Stephen A. Hammock
A Tribute to Professor G. Ross Roy
Burns and art: local, national, international By Murdo Macdonald
W. Ormiston Roy as Remembered by his Grandson by G. Ross Roy
Poems Like Hand Grenades: Baxter, Burns and Bawdry by Liam
Plea for the Jacksonville
Robert Burns Memorial
A Victorian Admirer Writes Back: Marion Bernstein and Robert Burns
by Patrick Scott
The Cambridge Companion to Scottish Literature, Edited by Gerard
Carruthers and Liam McIlvanney
Two Tales of 'Tam O' Shanter' by Sarah M. Dunnigan and Gerard
Poem on Burns by John Imlah and read by John P. Imlay
Seceders and Satire: Ulster Poetry of the Romantic Period by Dr.
Obituary of Professor Kenneth Simpson by Christopher
Eileen Bremner’s "The English Poetry of Robert Burns (1759 – 1796)"
A Young Irish Scholar's Transatlantic Pilgrimage to The Burns Club
of Atlanta and Beyond by Dr Jennifer Orr
The Professor G. Ross Roy Medal 2013 Winner for Excellence in
Research in Scottish Literature
How I Came to Burns By Michael Morris, PhD
Flow Gently Sweet Afton. The Story Behind the Song By Norrie Paton
Peter Kormylo, Hanna Dyka, and Tayisa Khryplyva
A Letter from John Clark, Dumfries Artist and Poet
Primrose by Clark McGinn
Yuriy Kovatchev’s Reproduction of The famous Nasmyth Burns Portrait
Robert Burns 255th Anniversary from Robert Burns Kiev Junior Club.
Review of Maurice
Lindsay’s The Burns Encyclopedia, Revised and Edited by David Purdie,
Kirsteen McCue and Gerard Carruthers
Review of the Burns Chronicle
Journal of New Zealand Literature 30 Special Issue: Baxter and Burns
The Immortal Memory of Robert Burns, Globe Inn - 25th January 2011,
By Peter Kormylo, Past President
Robert Burns, Open Access, and the Digital Studies in Scottish
Literature By Patrick Scott
Thomas Campbell of Pencloe, New Cumnock, Ayrshire (1746 - 1831) By
Chris Rollie, St John’s Town of Dalry, Galloway.
Immortal Memory by Mike Duiguid
Celebrating Frank's 200th Chapter of Robert Burns Lives! By Alastair
Burns and North America by Leslie Strachan
The Cambridge Companion to Scottish Literature Edited by Gerard
Carruthers and Liam McIlvanney
The Centre for Robert Burns Studies is happy to announce the launch
of a new website! by Dr. Vivien Williams
The First Nine Guests: Number Three: 'Provost John' By Clark McGinn
World Congress of Scottish Literatures, University of Glasgow, 2-5
July 2011, By Rhona Brown, University of Glasgow
Jean Redpath, A Memory By Kirsteen McCue
The Life of Robert Burns
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