Reformation England 1480-1642

  • Title: Reformation England 1480-1642
  • Author: PeterMarshall
  • ISBN: 9780340706244
  • Page: 135
  • Format: Paperback
  • Reformation England Reformation England provides a clear and critical account of recent scholarly approaches giving a reassessment of familiar debates and topics with introductions to newer historiographical concerns re
    Reformation England provides a clear and critical account of recent scholarly approaches, giving a reassessment of familiar debates and topics with introductions to newer historiographical concerns religious life before the Reformation the early evangelical movement meanings of puritanism and catholicism in the later sixteenth and seventeenth centuries the nature oReformation England provides a clear and critical account of recent scholarly approaches, giving a reassessment of familiar debates and topics with introductions to newer historiographical concerns religious life before the Reformation the early evangelical movement meanings of puritanism and catholicism in the later sixteenth and seventeenth centuries the nature of religious conformity religious conflict and the advent of civil war The book addresses a problem whose ramifications are still with us why the English became divided over religion, and why, despite the efforts of a succession of governments, those divisions could not be healed.

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    About PeterMarshall


    1. Peter Marshall is Professor of History at the University of Warwick, with a particular interest in the study of religious belief and practice in sixteenth and seventeenth century England and the cultural impact of the English Reformation He has published widely in the field, including a survey of the period, Reformation England 1480 1642, and The Catholic Priesthood and the English Reformation, also published by Oxford University Press.


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    1. An excellent book about recent historiography of English reformation.

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    2. A great critical introduction. And I say "critical" because Peter Marshall's book is about historiography just as much as it is about history. Indeed, he probably cites upwards of a hundred critical texts over the courses of these pages—highlighting academic controversies and outlining recent developments. Of course, this means that Reformation English: 1480-1642 will be of little interest to the layperson. But nonetheless, it's an impressive work of scholarship and an effective overview of a [...]

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    3. An overview of the religious ramifications of a tumultuous time in England's history. The author presents multiple views of each period which gives a balanced portrayal of "real" history, rather than relying on trite assumptions of the past. This is a great starting point for understanding the Reformation in England.

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