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  1. General and Introductory Reading 12 items
    1. Being protestant in reformation Britain - Alec Ryrie 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Text As you will see, chapters from this book are set as core reading in various weeks, but overall this is one of the most fundamentally important books for the topic. The introduction is definitely worth using as a way into the emphasis on 'experiences' in the module, and the book as a whole is well worth familiarising yourself with in addition to the seminar set chapters

    2. The culture of Protestantism in early modern Scotland - Margo Todd 2002

      Book Core Text As you will see, chapters from this book are set as core reading in various weeks, but you would also be well-advised to explore Todd's arguments about religious life, society and culture in early modern Scotland as one of the most persuasive and genre-defining contributions to the subject. Chapter One, which sets out much of the main ideas, is digitised under the week on "Worshipping", below.

    3. ‘English, Scottish and Irish Reformations’ - Felicity Heal

      Chapter Core Text One of the two core introductory readings for the first week's seminar - but one to revisit throughout the module as one of the most useful and contemporary syntheses of the historiography.

    4. Britain and Ireland - Alec Ryrie

      Chapter Core Text One of the two core introductory readings for the first week's seminar, but one to revisit throughout the module as one of the most concise and fluent overviews of key historiographical debates.

    5. The Oxford handbook of the Protestant Reformations 2017

      Book Recommended Reading Covers a European not just British scale but very up-to-date introduction to wider Reformation issues and debates

    6. Scotland: the making and unmaking of the nation c.1100-1707 - Robert Harris, Alan R. MacDonald, Caroline Erskine, Michael A. Penman 2006-2007

      Book Recommended Reading

    7. Heretics and believers: a history of the English Reformation - Peter Marshall 2017 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading

    8. Court, Kirk and community: Scotland 1470-1625 - Jenny Wormald 1991

      Book Recommended Reading

    9. The reign of James VI - Julian Goodare, Michael Lynch 2008

      Book Recommended Reading

    10. Reformation England, 1480-1642 - Peter Marshall c2012

      Book Recommended Reading

  2. Worshipping 10 items
    1. The Oxford handbook of the early modern sermon - Peter E. McCullough, Hugh Adlington, Emma Rhatigan 2011

      Book Recommended Reading

    2. Sermons at court: politics and religion in Elizabethan and Jacobean preaching - Peter E. McCullough 2011, c1998

      Book Independent Research

    3. The art of hearing: English preachers and their audiences, 1590-1640 - Arnold Hunt 2014

      Book Recommended Reading Really important if including English sermons in your essay.

    4. Prayer book and people in Elizabethan and early Stuart England - Judith D. Maltby 2000

      Book Recommended Reading

    5. Reformation and the Culture of Persuasion - Andrew Pettegree 2005

      Book Independent Research Esp. chapters dealing with sermons, psalm-singing and music.

  3. Settlements and Prot Churches 9 items
    1. The Jacobean Kirk, 1567-1625: sovereignty, polity, and liturgy - Alan R. MacDonald c1998 (electronic resource)

      Book Independent Research

    2. The Ecclesiastical Policies of James I and Charles I - Kenneth Fincham Peter Lake

      Chapter Recommended Reading

  4. Praying 8 items
    1. Being protestant in reformation Britain - Alec Ryrie 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Text This week, choose from Chapters 8, 11 and 14

    2. ‘Devotional Objects’ - Mary Laven

      Chapter Recommended Reading

    3. Decorating the 'Godly' household: religious art in post-Reformation Britain - Tara Hamling, Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art c2010

      Book Recommended Reading

    4. Print and Protestantism in early modern England - I. M. Green 2000 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading Esp. chs 5-6

    5. Prayer book and people in Elizabethan and early Stuart England - Judith D. Maltby 2000

      Book Independent Research

  5. Surviving 8 items
    1. The making of the old Scottish poor law - Rosalind Mitchison 1974

      Article Recommended Reading

    2. Poverty and policy in Tudor and Stuart England - Paul Slack 1988

      Book Independent Research

    3. Experiences of charity, 1250-1650 - Anne M. Scott 2016 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading

    4. Poverty and deviance in early modern Europe - Robert Jütte 1994

      Book Independent Research

  6. Sinning 9 items
    1. The plain man's pathways to heaven: kinds of Christianity in post-reformation England, 1570-1640 - Christopher Haigh, ebrary, Inc 2007 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading

    2. The culture of Protestantism in early modern Scotland - Margo Todd 2002

      Book Recommended Reading Chapters Three and Six this week (on Repentance, and the family)

    3. Reformation in Britain and Ireland - Felicity Heal 2003 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading pp. 457-63 on English and Scottish discipline

  7. Catholics and Anti-Catholicism 8 items
    1. The plain man's pathways to heaven: kinds of Christianity in post-reformation England, 1570-1640 - Christopher Haigh, ebrary, Inc 2007 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Text Part V: ‘Popery and Other Enemies’)

    2. Catholic Reformation in Protestant Britain - Alexandra Walsham 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading

  8. Radicals 7 items
    1. Jacobean Puritans, 1603-25 - John Spurr

      Chapter Recommended Reading

    2. The Jacobean Kirk, 1567-1625: sovereignty, polity, and liturgy - Alan R. MacDonald c1998 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading NB - any of chapters THREE to SEVEN this week

  9. Feeling 9 items
    1. Being protestant in reformation Britain - Alec Ryrie 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Text This week on "Feeling" - ANY single chapter from Part I

    2. Early modern emotions: an introduction - Susan Broomhall 2017 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Text

    3. Puritanism and emotion in the early modern world - Alec Ryrie 2016 (electronic resource)

      Book Independent Research

    4. The History of emotions: an Introduction - Jan Plamper 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading

    5. Generations of feeling: a history of emotions, 600-1700 - Barbara H. Rosenwein 2016

      Book Recommended Reading

  10. Learning 8 items
    1. The Christian's ABC: catechism and catechizing in England c.1530-1740 - I. M. Green 1996 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading

    2. Being protestant in reformation Britain - Alec Ryrie 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading This week: Chapter 16, Part 1 (on childhood)

    3. Oral and literate culture in England, 1500-1700 - Adam Fox 2000 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading

    4. Popular culture in seventeenth-century England - Barry Reay 1988

      Book Independent Research

    5. Visitation articles and injunctions of the early Stuart church - Kenneth Fincham, Church of England Record Society 1994-1998

      Book Independent Research