Launched in 2017, Mapping the Scottish Reformation contains information on nearly one thousand Scottish clerical appointments between 1560 and 1689. As the first project of its kind to comprehensively study Scottish ministry networks, this archive builds on the manuscripts housed at National Records of Scotland in Edinburgh. Scholars familiar with the Scottish Reformation may value this resource's contributions to framing connections between religion, politics, history, and society. The database offers several search options; for example, users can filter by year, position, individual, or residence. For additional information and context, readers may wish to explore the Resources section. Readers can also stay up-to-date on the project by following along on Twitter, @MappingScotsRef, and YouTube (under the full project name). Mapping the Scottish Reformation is co-directed by Michelle D. Brock (Washington and Lee University) and Chris R. Langley (Newman University), with support from an advisory board based in Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom.