Early Elizabethan Polity (Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History)

Early Elizabethan Polity Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History Traditionally historians have argued that the court of Elizabeth I was factional divided among competing subjects who were manipulated by their Queen This book provides a different account

  • Title: Early Elizabethan Polity (Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History)
  • Author: Stephen Alford
  • ISBN: 9780521892858
  • Page: 320
  • Format: Paperback
  • Traditionally historians have argued that the court of Elizabeth I 1558 1603 was factional, divided among competing subjects who were manipulated by their Queen This book provides a different account of councilors who were united by two connected dangers, namely Catholic opposition to Protestant England and Elizabeth s refusal to marry or to settle England s successionTraditionally historians have argued that the court of Elizabeth I 1558 1603 was factional, divided among competing subjects who were manipulated by their Queen This book provides a different account of councilors who were united by two connected dangers, namely Catholic opposition to Protestant England and Elizabeth s refusal to marry or to settle England s succession Working from the papers of the Queen s secretary, William Cecil, the author has set this crisis in the context of events in Scotland, Ireland and mainland Europe, and has explored fully the long term political impact of this succession crisis in the 1560s.

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    1. Stephen Alford

      Stephen Alford FRHistS born 1970 is a British historian and academic He has been professor of early modern British history at the University of Leeds since 2012 Educated at the University of St Andrews, he was formerly a British Academy Post doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge 1997 99 and junior research fellow of Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge and, between 1999 and 2012, a fellow in history at King s College, Cambridge He has been a fellow of the Royal Historical Society since 2000.

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