Politics, Culture and Society in Early Modern Britain

About the series

This important series publishes volumes that take a fresh and challenging look at the interactions between politics, culture and society in Britain in the period between 1500 and 1800. It seeks to counteract the fragmentation of current historiography by encouraging a variety of approaches which attempt to redefine the political, social and cultural worlds, and to explore their interconnections in a flexible and creative fashion. Series volumes seek in some way to question and transcend traditional interdisciplinary boundaries, such as those between political history, literary studies, social history, divinity, urban history and anthropology, thus contributing to a broader understanding of crucial developments in the early modern period. Britain is here taken in a broad sense, and the series also welcomes volumes on imperial and global history that explore Britain’s interactions with the wider world.

General Editors:

Professor Alastair Bellany, [email protected]

Dr Alexandra Gajda, [email protected]

Professor Peter Lake, [email protected]

Professor Anthony Milton, [email protected]

Professor Jason Peacey, [email protected]

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