Soooo, someone may or may not have watched a free on demand episode of Outlander on Saturday “just to see what it’s about” and then that same person may have, immediately upon that episode’s end, subscribed to Starz from her remote (instant gratification) and then may have binged watched every episode available thereafter. Someone may have a problem with TV.
But! Turns out there’s a lot of info of the Jacobite rebellion of 1745 on JSTOR (duh), so I’ve compiled a nifty list of articles should you need something to fill the time between Outlander episodes. Lord knows I do.
- "Some Unrecorded Incidents of the Jacobite Rising," The Celtic Review, 1910
- "Jacobite Refugees in Gothenberg After Culloden," The Scottish Historical Review, 1991
- "Highland Motives in the Jacobite Rising 1745-46: ‘Forcing Out" Traditional Documentation and Gaelic Poetry," Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium, 2000/2001
- "Some Notes on Attainted Jacobites," The Scottish Antiquary, or, Northern Notes and Queries, 1891
sometimes i wanna broach the topic of polygamy with my husband because i have these days where i wanna marry whomever runs the jstor tumblr