4 edition of Control of Religious Printing in Early Stuart England (Studies in Modern British Religious History) found in the catalog.
August 28, 2003
by Boydell Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||312|
Religion was inseparable from politics in the Stuart era. On the international stage, Britain’s position in Europe was strongly tied to its status as a protestant nation. Alliances were forged and broken based on religious policies. Religion in Stuart England STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. ea Terms in this set (13) Evolving Church of England Early Arminian challenge - CoE apparently an effective means of limiting religious conflict and maintaining religious hierarchy imposed formality, rituals.
This collection makes a significant contribution to the history of the Church of England in the period. Local and regional evidence from across the country illustrates the range of responses to a variety of problems and common themes. These include the ch. Nearly a century after G.M. Trevelyan's England under the Stuarts was first published in , Routledge has issued this very welcome reprint, with a new introduction by John Morrill. I found re-reading the book an immensely pleasurable experience. It is very much a product of the Edwardian era, and reveals many of the attitudes that were characteristic of that period; but it is also the.
Maltby's main research interests are church history and the history of early modern Britain. Particular interests include "16th and 17th century English religion", "liturgy and the history of the Church of England", ecumenism, and "Anglican responses to persecution during the –50s". Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Using the libraries Conflict in early Stuart England: Studies in religion and politics, London: Longman. Conflict in Early Stuart England: Studies in Religion and Politics, London: Longman, Print.
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Read this book on Questia. It is usually considered that the mechanisms of press control over print publication in Jacobean and Caroline England were only intermittently and ineffectively applied, even in the turbulent decade of the s.
It is usually considered that the mechanisms of press control over print publication in Jacobean and Caroline England were only intermittently and ineffectively applied, even in the turbulent decade of the s.
Mutchow Towers. Control of Religious Printing in Early Stuart England. (Studies in Modern British Religious History.) Rochester, N. Y.: Boydell Press. viii, $ ISBN - Volume 36 Issue 4 - Annabel PattersonAuthor: Annabel Patterson. A review of "Control of Religious Printing in Early Stuart England." by S.
Mutchow Towers. By Steven Matthews. Topics: English literature--Early modern, Periodicals, Seventeenth century--Periodicals Author: Steven Matthews. First published inthis book presents an overview of some recent debates on the history of religion in England from the accession of James I to the outbreak of the Civil War.
Darren Oldridge rejects the polarisation of discussion on the meaning and impact of Laudianism’s innovations and the effects of the zealous Puritans. Early life and family. Elizabeth Isham, the eldest of three children, was born in at Lamport Hall in Northamptonshire, England.
John Isham, her great-grandfather, was a small mercer and merchant-adventurer who later became a wealthy woolens merchant. Conflict in Early Stuart England: Studies in Religion and Politics Lecturer in Modern History Richard Cust, Ann Hughes, Professor of Early Modern History Ann Hughes No preview available - Sharpe, Kevin, and Peter Lake, eds.
Culture and politics in early Stuart England () Traill, H. and J.S. Mann, eds. Social England; a record of the progress of the people in religion, laws, learning, arts, industry, commerce, science, literature and manners, from the earliest times to the present day () short essays by experts. ‘In this learned and impressive book, Millstone provides scholars with such a survey [of scribal pamphleteering in the early Stuart era] and, more importantly, a persuasive argument about the different ways in which the circulation of manuscript pamphlets created, shaped and informed early modern English men and women’s participation in and interpretation of politics a groundbreaking.
To err is Human. And it will make your book more valuable. When certain books are evaluated, the number of “mistakes” in the printing process will elevate their value. Thrifty printers will not throw out a batch of sheets simply because there was a mistake on the page.
They will correct it and move on. Book Burning in Tudor and Stuart England David Cressy Ohio State University This article treats book burning and censorship in England between the 1 s and the s as part of the communications repertoire of the early modern state.
Combating heresy, blasphemy, and sedition, Tudor and Stuart authorities subjected transgressive. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library. Arminianism was a controversial theological position within the Church of England particularly evident in the second quarter of the 17th century (the reign of Charles I of England).A key element was the rejection of Puritans fought against Arminianism, but it was supported by kings James I and Charles I, leading to deep political battles.
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An Introduction to Stuart England (–) The Stuart era began when James I, who was also James VI of Scotland, succeded Elizabeth I.
The last Tudor queen had died childless in James's ascention to the throne conjoined the two long-warring nations of England and Scotland. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Religious Conflict in Early Stuart England --Theology and Reform in the Early Stuart Church --The Impact of Laudianism --Fighting the Devil's Army: Preaching, Persecution and the Puritan Clergy --Puritanism and Popular Culture --Disordered Persons:.
'Offers twelve stimulating and generally meticulously researched essays on topics as diverse as female dismemberment in Aztec rituals, rituals of rebellion in early modern England, vengeance in sixteenth-century France, kidnapping for ransom in the Mediterranean during the long nineteenth century, beheadings in early modern Ireland, and aerial warfare between Britain and Germany during the two.
Religion, however, continued to be a dominant political issue. The Church of England, with its bishops and cathedrals, all abolished during the Civil War, was reconstructed after the Restoration.
Public worship by the other religious groups which had mushroomed during the Civil War and Interregnum, such as Quakers and Baptists, was outlawed. Puritanism was a religious reformation movement that began in England in the late s.
Its initial goal was removing any remaining links to Catholicism within the Church of England after its separation from the Catholic Church.
To do this, Puritans sought to change the structure and ceremonies of the church. Yet while scholars have long known that the Reformation was impossible without print, comparatively little attention has been paid to the ways in which these religious changes shaped the medium of print itself.
The religious changes in this period created a host of new problems and challenges for religious thinkers and leaders at this time, and.This collection of primary sources from Early Stuart England, compiled by the acclaimed Deborah Shuger, reflects the varieties of religious expression, theological conviction, and spiritual experience of the fascinating and turbulent period in English religious history from United Kingdom - United Kingdom - The early Stuarts and the Commonwealth: At the beginning of the 17th century, England and Wales contained more than four million people.
The population had nearly doubled over the previous century, and it continued to grow for another 50 years. The heaviest concentrations of population were in the southeast and along the coasts.