Perin Westerhof Nyman, ‘Mourning for Madeleine and Margaret: dress and meaning in the memorials for two Scottish queens, 1537 and 1541’, The Scottish Historical Review, 100:3 (2021), 359-377.
Morvern French and Perin Westerhof Nyman, ‘Dress, Décor and Identity in Scotland to 1700’, The Scottish Historical Review, 100:3 (2021), 305-313.
Perin Westerhof Nyman, ‘Livery and Dule: Dressing Life and Death in the Late Medieval Scottish Royal Household’ (PhD Thesis, University of St Andrews, 2020).
Conference presentation: Kings and Queens 10 – Royal Patronage: Material Culture, Built Heritage & the Reach of the Crown, University of the Highlands and Islands, 29 June-2 July 2021
Paper: ‘Livery, Royal Identity, and Visual Organisation in the Scottish Royal Household, 1473-1543’
Conference presentation: International Medieval Congress Leeds, University of Leeds, 1-4 July 2019
Paper: ‘Devout or Devious? The Misuse and Reinterpretation of the Archetypal Pilgrimage Outfit’
Workshop organisation: Dress and Décor in Medieval and Renaissance Scotland, University of Glasgow, 9-10 April 2019, funded by Historic Environment Scotland
Conference presentation: Renaissance Society of America, Toronto, 17-19 March 2019
Paper: ‘Finding Material and Performative Memories of James III in the Political Strategy of James IV’
Conference presentation: Kings and Queens 7, University of Winchester, 9-12 July 2018
Paper: ‘Material Mourning, Majesty, and Meaning: Political Display and Public Grief in the Dress and Décor of Scottish Royal Funerals, 1537-1542’
Conference organisation: Dress and Décor: Domestic Textiles and Personal Adornment in Scotland up to 1700, University of St Andrews, 23-24 March 2018, funded by the Institute for Scottish Historical Research
Selected Public Engagement
Television Documentary Interview: Scotland from the Sky, Series Three (BBC One Scotland, aired 1-15 November 2021), viewable online.
Public presentation: Grand Tour of the West Highland Museum’s Top 100 Objects, Open Virtual Worlds/West Highland Museum, 9 February 2021
Public roundtable lectures: Heritage at Home, Smart History (online), 14 May, 12 June, & 10 December 2020
Exhibition content: Divine and Human: An Exhibition on the History of Religion in St Andrews, Open Virtual Worlds/Holy Trinity Action Group, July-October 2019
Public workshop: The Isabella Project: a 1785 Wedding Gown in a Weekend, National Museums Scotland, 29-30 June 2019
Public Lecture: ‘The Signs of a Scottish Pilgrim: Dress and Lay Devotion in Medieval Scotland’, Public Lecture for Fife Pilgrim Way, St Andrews, 7 August 2018
Public Lecture: ‘An Exceptional and Prestigious Church – A Walk Celebrating 700 Years of St Andrews Cathedral in Collaboration with Fife Pilgrim Way’, with Bess Rhodes, University of St Andrews, 1 July 2018