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Politics, Religion and Popularity in Early Stuart Britain : Essays in Honour of Conrad Russell - Thomas Cogswell

Politics, Religion and Popularity in Early Stuart Britain

Essays in Honour of Conrad Russell

By: Thomas Cogswell (Editor), Richard Cust (Editor), Peter Lake (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 11th November 2002
ISBN: 9780521807005
Number Of Pages: 316

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Revisionism has had a far-reaching impact upon the history of politics and religion in early Stuart Britain. The essays collected here set out to assess this impact and develop further some of the central themes highlighted in the work of the historian Conrad Russell, and address a series of themes arising out of recent debates on the causes of the English Civil War. The subject-matter ranges from high-political narrative to the study of rumour, gossip, and print culture. Topics covered include the character of Charles I's kingship, the place of Parliament in the political system, the divisive legacy of the English Reformation, and the problems posed by trying to unite England with Scotland and Ireland. The collection will interest readers concerned with the political and religious history, and also the literature, of early seventeenth-century Britain.

'... remarkable and unusual tribute to a great historian ...'. History '... a beautiful piece of historical narrative ... this volume not only acknowledges Conrad Russell's influence on those now working in early Stuart studies, it also demonstrates the continuing fecundity of early Stuart Britain as a field of historical research.' Royal Stuart Review

Revisionism and its legacies: the work of Conrad Russell
Politics
Puritan politicians and King James VI and I, 1587-1604
The sacred, the profane and the Union: politics of sermon and masque at the court wedding of
Capital Life: Members of Parliament Outside the House
The personal rule of James I, 1611-1620
Profiting from misfortune: corruption and the Admiralty under the early Stuarts
Negotiating grace
Religion
The pastoral tightrope: a Puritan pedagogue in Jacobean London
The creation of Laudianism: a new approach
Provincial preaching and allegiance in the first English Civil War
Popularity
The people's love: the duke of Buckingham and popularity
Charles I popularity
Puritans, popularity and petitions: local politics in national context: Cheshire 1641
A bibliography of the principal published writings of Conrad Russell, 1962-2002
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ISBN: 9780521807005
ISBN-10: 052180700X
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 316
Published: 11th November 2002
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2  x 2.2
Weight (kg): 0.64