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Political Culture in the Reign of Elizabeth I

Queen and Commonwealth 15581585 (Ideas in Context)

by A. N. McLaren

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  • 13 Currently reading

Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • British & Irish history: c 1000 to c 1500,
  • History of ideas, intellectual history,
  • Political Science,
  • History,
  • Politics and government,
  • Great Britain - History - Tudor And Stuart (1485-1714),
  • History - General History,
  • Political History,
  • History: World,
  • United Kingdom, Great Britain,
  • History & Theory - General,
  • Europe - Great Britain - General,
  • Great Britain--Politics and government--1558-1603,
  • History / Great Britain,
  • Western Europe - General,
  • Political culture,
  • Anthropology - Cultural,
  • 1558-1603,
  • 16th century,
  • Great Britain

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages286
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7750213M
    ISBN 100521651441
    ISBN 109780521651448

    Elizabeth I (also known as Elizabeth the Great, or the "Virgin Queen") was born in into a dangerous world of political intrigue. When she was only two years old, her father, King Henry VIII killed her mother, Ann Boleyn, because she had not yet produced a male heir.


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Political Culture in the Reign of Elizabeth I by A. N. McLaren Download PDF EPUB FB2

McLaren's study of political culture in the first part of the reign of Elizabeth is a thoughtful and thoroughly researched study that deals with the connections between ideology and politics, on how concepts of hierarchy, patriarchy, and commonwealth changed in the reign of Elizabeth by: Dr McLaren argues that during Elizabeth's reign men were able to accept the rule of a woman partly by inventing a new definition of 'citizen', one that made it an exclusively male identity, and she emphasizes the continuities between Elizabeth's reign and the outbreak of the English civil wars in the seventeenth by: In this major contribution to the Ideas in Context series Anne McLaren explores the consequences for English political culture when, with the accession of Elizabeth I, imperial 'kingship' came to be invested in the person of a female ruler.

She looks at how Elizabeth managed to be queen, in the face of considerable male opposition, and demonstrates how that opposition was enacted. Political culture in the reign of Elizabeth I: Queen and Commonwealth – /A.N.

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McLaren December Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our : A. McLaren. Anne McLaren explores the consequences for English political culture when, with the accession of Elizabeth I, imperial "kingship" came to be invested in a female ruler.

She looks at how Elizabeth managed to be queen, in the face of considerable male opposition, and emphasizes the continuities between Elizabeth's reign and the outbreak of the. A. McLaren's study of political culture in the first part of the reign of Elizabeth is a thoughtful and thoroughly researched study that deals with the connections between ideology and politics, on how concepts of hierarchy, patriarchy, and commonwealth changed in the reign of Elizabeth I.

McLaren places her work within a strong. This book is about the politics and political culture of the "last decade" of the reign of Elizabeth I, in effect the years to It takes a critical and Format: Hardcover. Get this from a library. Political culture in the reign of Elizabeth I: Queen and Commonwealth, [A N McLaren] -- Annotation: Anne McLaren explores the consequences for English political culture when, with the accession of Elizabeth I, imperial "kingship" came to be invested in a female ruler.

She looks at how. This book is about the politics and political culture of the "last decade" of the reign of Elizabeth I, in effect the years to It takes a critical and 3/5(5).

This book surveys the channels through which political ideas and knowledge were conveyed to the English people from the beginning of the reign of Elizabeth I to the Revolution of Shapiro argues that an assessment of English political culture requires an examination of all means by which this culture was expressed and communicated.

This book is about the politics and political culture of the 'last decade' of the reign of Elizabeth I, in effect the years to It argues that this period was so distinctive that it amounted to the second of two 'reigns'.

It also invites readers, at times provocatively, to take a critical look at the declining Virgin Queen. Many teachers and their students have failed to consider the. Get this from a library. Political culture in the reign of Elizabeth I: Queen and Commonwealth, [A N McLaren] -- Anne McLaren explores the consequences for English political culture when, with the accession of Elizabeth I, imperial "kingship" came to be invested in a female ruler.

She looks at how Elizabeth. McLaren's study of political culture in the first part of the reign of Elizabeth is a thoughtful and thoroughly researched study that deals with the connections between ideology and politics, on how concepts of hierarchy, patriarchy, and commonwealth changed in the reign of Elizabeth I.

McLaren places her work within a strong historiographical context that particularly follows the Author: Carole Levin. Her book, Political Culture in the Reign of Elizabeth I, provides an illuminating discussion of the tensions arising from the accession of a single female ruler and the accommodations, both in theory and in practice, that such an anomalous monarchy required.

An internationally admired figure Queen Elizabeth II is the most high-profile monarch in the world, and her enduring popularity is tantamount to her wide-ranging supporters. Spanning from to present day, Elizabeth&#;reveals the details of Brand: Pavilion Books, Limited.

This book surveys the channels through which political ideas and knowledge were conveyed to the English people from the beginning of the reign of Elizabeth I to the Revolution of Shapiro argues that an assessment of English political culture requires an examination of all means by which this culture was expressed and communicated.

While the discussion focuses. Renaissance scholars in disciplines other than history will find this work especially useful; besides insights into the political aspects of Edward III's rule Ormrod frequently shows the links between this reign and that of Edward II, and looks forward, both explicitly and implicitly, to those of the Tudors.

Political Culture in the Reign of Elizabeth I: Queen and Commonwealth, By A. McLaren Cambridge University Press, Read preview Overview The Progresses, Pageants, and Entertainments of Queen Elizabeth I By Jayne Elisabeth Archer; Elizabeth Goldring; Sarah Knight Oxford University Press, A.

McLaren, Political Culture in the Reign ofElizabeth I: Queen and Commonwealth, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ix + pp. $ ISBN: A. McLaren's study of political culture in the first part of the reign of Eliza- beth is a thoughtful and thoroughly researched study that deals with theAuthor: Carole Levin.

Queen Elizabeth I inherited several issues from the reign of her predecessor, Queen Mary I, including an unpopular war with France and the religious divisions that Mary’s campaign against Protestantism had left behind.; The threat posed by the former subsided with the outbreak of the War of Religion in France, and Elizabeth responded to the latter by.

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Despite this, the historiography of Elizabeth’s reign has largely neglected the role prophecy played in the political machinations of the period. Elizabeth I - Elizabeth I - Accession: At the death of Mary on NovemElizabeth came to the throne amid bells, bonfires, patriotic demonstrations, and other signs of public jubilation.

Her entry into London and the great coronation procession that followed were masterpieces of political courtship. “If ever any person,” wrote one enthusiastic observer, “had either the gift or.

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Winner of the Elisabeth. Unpacking the gender dynamics of early modern societies as a means of understanding Elizabeth’s reign has paid dividends for historians and literary critics ever since Louis Montrose, in a seminal article, identified the paradox of a woman ruling in a culture in which authority was overdetermined as a male preserve.

Elizabeth, known as the Virgin Queen, died without issue, having spent her reign skillfully playing various suitors and factions against each other for political gain while remaining unmarried throughout—on her deathbed in she appointed James VI of Scotland as her successor, and he was crowned James I of England, the first English.

Maclaren, A. () Political Culture in the Reign of Elizabeth I; Jones, Norman () The Birth of the Elizabethan Age; MacCaffrey, Wallace T.

() Elizabeth I. Locations Related to Elizabeth I. Many portraits of Elizabeth were made during her reign, some of which can be seen at the National Gallery in London, UK. “Essex. He was a fool!” So begins Alexandra Gajda's new book, The Earl of Essex and Late Elizabethan Political Culture.

The assessment, recently delivered by a doyen of early modern history, shows how important work like Gajda's is for enhancing our understanding of early modern politics. For early modern men and women Essex cast a long : Anne McLaren.

In this lecture Professor Wrightson provides an overview of central political issues of the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. He discusses the Queen’s personal character and identity-forming experiences (and the challenges posed by her gender), the manner in which she interacted with her political advisors (notably William Cecil) and addresses the.

This book surveys the channels through which political ideas and knowledge were conveyed to the English people from the beginning of the reign of Elizabeth I to the Revolution of Shapiro argues that an assessment of English political culture requires an examination of all means by which this culture was expressed and : Stanford University Press.

The Elizabethan era is the epoch in the Tudor period of the history of England during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I (–). Historians often depict it as the golden age in English history. The symbol of Britannia (a female personification of Great Britain) was first used inand often thereafter, to mark the Elizabethan age as a renaissance that inspired national pride Followed by: Jacobean era.

Queen Elizabeth II’s Reign: Then and Now She’s one of the most iconic figures in world history: a queen whose reign has outlasted all. The Reign of Elizabeth I, – book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. geo-political-analysis. A very serviceable overview of the years of the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.

The author does use colonial-era language to refer to the peoples of Africa and Ireland which is something a reader should be aware of /5. Queen Elizabeth I "Common Saints" series: The Virgin Queen's shrewd guidance of an infant church. Posted July 18th, by Alex Wilgus & filed under Politics, Religion.

The monarch most closely associated with the Anglican Church is, unfortunately, King Henry VIII, driven by his bloody quest for an heir. This book surveys the channels through which political ideas and knowledge were conveyed to the English people from the beginning of the reign of Elizabeth I to the Revolution of It argues that an assessment of English political culture requires an examination of all means by which this culture was expressed and communicated.

While the discussion focuses primarily Author: Barbara J. Shapiro. In the 15th century, England had been wracked by succession disputes: the House of York and the House of Lancaster were battling for the throne, and England suffered under a bloody thirty-year period of civil war called the Wars of the Roses (–).

When the dust finally settled, the Tudor family emerged as the rulers of England. Before the rule of Elizabeth I, there was much religious turmoil when Queen Mary I wore the crown. A strong defender of the Catholic faith, she cruelly persecuted those who identified themselves as Protestant.

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