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Butt, John and Donnachie, Ian (1979). Industrial Archaeology in the British Isles. London: Paul Elek Ltd.


Donnachie, Ian (2016). Landscape, Industry and the Reforming Vision of David Dale and Robert Owen. Visitors to the Falls of Clyde and New Lanark in the later 18th and early 19th centuries. The Pleasaunce: The Falls of Clyde pp. 10–17.

Donnachie, Ian (2016). 'Anything You Want It to Mean'? Scotland's Changing Heritage Landscape. In: Hooper, Glenn ed. Heritage and Tourism in Britain and Ireland. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 145–160.

Donnachie, Ian and Hewitt, George (2015). Historic New Lanark: The Dale and Owen Industrial Community since 1785 (2nd ed). Edinburgh Classic Editions. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. file

Donnachie, Ian (2014). 'Overwhelmed with poverty, divisions and distress': Robert Owen's Tour of Ireland, 1822-3. History Ireland, 22(3) pp. 24–27.

Donnachie, Ian (2014). People, places and spaces. Education in Robert Owen's New Society. In: Mills, Sarah and Kraftl, Peter eds. Informal Education, Childhood and Youth. Geographies, Histories, Practices. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd, pp. 81–96.

Donnachie, Ian (2013). A lantern in the darkness? How were Robert Owen's essays on A New View of Society influenced by the Scottish Enlightenment? Spaces of Utopia: an electronic journal, 2nd Series(2) pp. 93–100. file

Donnachie, Ian (2012). Local history in Scotland. In: Kammen, Carol and Wilson, Amy eds. Encyclopedia of Local History. American Association for State and Local History Book Series. Lanham, Maryland: AltaMira Press, pp. 497–499.

Donnachie, Ian (2012). Robert Owen: towards a new moral world. History Today, 62(2) pp. 42–48.

Donnachie, Ian (2011). Robert Owen. Reputations and burning issues. In: Thompson, Noel and Williams, Chris eds. Robert Owen and his Legacy. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp. 13–31.

Donnachie, Ian (2010). Studying local and regional history in Britain and Ireland: The Open University MA in History. Scottish Local History Journal, 78 pp. 24–28. file

Donnachie, Ian (2009). World heritage. In: Harrison, Rodney ed. Understanding the Politics of Heritage. Understanding Global Heritage. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 115–153.

Donnachie, Ian (2009). Land transport. Roads, 1600-1900. In: Veitch, Kenneth ed. Scottish Life and Society: Transport and Communications. A Compendium of Scottish Ethnology, 8. Edinburgh: John Donald / The European Ethnological Research Centre, pp. 314–338.

Donnachie, Ian (2009). A New Moral World? International Dimensions of Owenism 1815-1830. In: Russell, Elizabeth ed. Transforming Utopia. Looking Forward to the End, Volume vol 1. Oxford: Peter Lang AG, pp. 185–193.

Donnachie, Ian and Mooney, Gerry (2007). From Owenite Socialism to Blairite Social-ism: Utopia and Dystopia in Robert Owen and New Labour. Critique: Journal of Socialist Theory, 35(2) pp. 275–291.

Donnachie, Ian and Hewitt, George (2007). The Birlinn companion to Scottish history. Edinburgh, UK: Birlinn Limited.

Donnachie, Ian (2007). Utopian designs: the Owenite communities. Spaces of Utopia: an electronic journal, 2007(6) pp. 19–34. file

Donnachie, Ian (2006). Orbiston:the first British Owenite community 1825-28. Spaces of Utopia: an electronic journal, 2 p. 71.

Donnachie, Ian (2005). Robert Owen and New Lanark: The lessons of history. In: Tsuzuki, C.; Hijikata, N. and Kurimito, A. eds. The Emergence of global citizenship: utopian ideas, co-operative movements and the Third Sector. Tokyo, Japan: Robert Owen Association of Japan, pp. 59–79.

Donnachie, Ian (2005). Historic tourism to New Lanark and the Falls of Clyde 1795-1830: the evidence of contemporary visiting books and related sources. Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, 2(3) pp. 145–162.

Donnachie, Ian (2005). Robert Owen: social visionary. 2nd edition. Edinburgh, UK: Birlinn.

Donnachie, Ian (2004). Industry and Technology: Food, Drink and Tobacco, Early Times to the Present Day. University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK.

Donnachie, Ian (2004). Alexander Webster. In: Rutherford, Donald; Backhouse, Roger; Brewer, Anthony; Capie, Forrest; Clarkson, Leslie; Eltis, Walter; Gilbert, Geoffrey; Groenewegen, Peter; Harcourt, G. C.; Littlechild, Stephen; Lloyd, T. H.; Maas, Harro; Thompson, Noel and Waterman, A. M. C. eds. The Biographical Dictionary of British Economists, Volume 2. Bristol: Thoemmes Continuum, pp. 1265–1266.

Donnachie, Ian (2004). Thomas Percival. In: Rutherford, Donald ed. The Biographical Dictionary of British Economists, Volume 2. Bristol: Thoemmes Continuum, pp. 923–925.

Donnachie, Ian (2004). Robert Wallace. In: Rutherford, Donald ed. The Biographical Dictionary of British Economists, Volume 2. Bristol: Thoemmes Continuum, pp. 1258–1259.

Donnachie, Ian (2004). Robert Owen. In: Rutherford, Donald ed. The Biographical Dictionary of British Economists, Volume 2. Bristol: Thoemmes Continuum, pp. 887–891.

Donnachie, Ian (2003). Education in Robert Owen's New Society: The New Lanark Institute and Schools. Not Set, London, UK.

Donnachie, I (2003). William Maclure: Science, Pestalozziansim and Reform in Europe and the United States. Not Set, London, UK.

Donnachie, Ian and Hewitt, George (2001). Collins Dictionary of Scottish history. London and Glasgow, UK: Collins.

Donnachie, Ian (1998). Robert Owen's Welsh childhood: kin, culture and environment 1771 - c. 1781. Montgomeryshire Collections, 86 pp. 81–96.

Donnachie, Ian (1998). Following the flag: Scottish brewers and beers in imperial and international markets, 1850-1939. In: Wilson, R. G. and Gourvish , T. R. eds. The Dynamics of the International Brewing Industry since 1800. Routledge International Studies in Buisness History (3). London: Routledge, pp. 123–141.

Donnachie, Ian (1995). 'The darker side': a speculative survey of Scottish crime during the first half of the nineteenth century. Scottish Economic and Social History, 15(1) pp. 5–24.

Donnachie, Ian (1994). A tour of the works: early Scottish industry observed 1790-1825. In: Cummings, A. J. G. and Devine, T. M. eds. Industry, Business and Society in Scotland since 1700: Essays Presented to Professor John Butt. Edinburgh: John Donald Publishers Ltd, pp. 43–57.

Donnachie, Ian and Hewitt, George (1993). Historic New Lanark: the Dale and Owen Industrial Community since 1785. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Donnachie, Ian (1993). History Bibliography: Industrial Archaeology. Curriculum support series , 16 (3). Dundee: Scottish Consultative Council on the Curriculum.

Donnachie, Ian L. (1992). The making of 'Scots on the Make': Scottish settlement and enterprise in Australia, 1830-1900. In: Devine, T. M. ed. Scottish Emigration and Scottish Society. Edinburgh: John Donald Publishers Ltd, pp. 135–153.

Donnachie, Ian (1992). 'Utterly irreclaimable': Scottish convict women and Australia 1787-1852. In: Swan, Philip and Foster, David eds. Essays in Regional and Local History: in Honour of Eric M. Sigsworth. Beverley: Hutton Press, pp. 99–116.

Donnachie, Ian and Hewitt, George (1989). A Companion to Scottish History from the Reformation to the Present. London: B.T.Batsford Ltd.

Donnachie, Ian; Graves, Adrian; Howe, Alexia and Richards, Eric (1988). That Land of Exiles: Scots in Australia. Edinburgh: Her Majesty's Stationery Office.

Donnachie, Ian (1987). The textile industry in south west Scotland 1750-1914. In: Butt, John and Ponting, Kenneth eds. Scottish Textile History. Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, pp. 19–36.

Donnachie, Ian (1986). The convicts of 1830: Scottish criminals transported to New South Wales. Scottish Historical Review, 65(1) pp. 34–47.

Donnachie , Ian (1986). Economy and society in the seventeenth century in the Highlands. In: Maclean, Loraine ed. The Seventeenth Century in the Highlands. Inverness: Inverness Field Club, pp. 52–59.

Donnachie, Ian (1986). Distance teaching of history: a comparison of Open University and Deakin University approaches. Open Campus(12) pp. 47–57.

Donnachie, Ian (1984). Scottish criminals and transportation to Australia 1786-1852. Scottish Economic and Social History, 4 pp. 21–38.

Donnachie, Ian (1982). World War One and the drink question. State control of the drink trade. Scottish Labour History, 17 pp. 19–26.

Donnachie, Ian (1979). A History of the Brewing Industry in Scotland. Edinburgh: John Donald Publishers Ltd.

Donnachie, Ian (1979). Drink and society 1750-1850. Some aspects of the Scottish experience. Scottish Labour History, 13 pp. 5–22.

Donnachie, I. (1977). Sources of capital and capitalisation in the Scottish brewing industry c1750-1830. Economic History Review, 30(2) pp. 269–283.


Nicolson, Margaret and Donnachie, Ian (2003). The New Lanark Highlanders: migration, community, and language 1785-c.1850. Family & Community History, 6(1) pp. 19–32. file

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