New research from the University of St Andrews features in unique exhibition.
Asylum, medical and legal records dating back 500 years could provide the first ever comprehensive insight into suicide in Scotland throughout the ages.
A leading Scottish historian has warned that future generations will be oblivious to the life and times of their ancestors unless schools inject more excitement into the subject.
A book hailed as the most definitive record of Scotland's history is claiming to puncture the nation's best-known stereotypes.
Professor Rab Houston from the School of History has been elected a fellow of Academia Europaea.
A Scottish landowner whose marriage was annulled on the grounds that he was autistic is the subject of a new book by a University of St Andrews historian.
A historian claims that his discoveries into mental illness in eighteenth Century Scotland could have implications for psychologists and psychiatrists throughout the country.