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Jacqueline Elizabeth Rose

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Jacqueline Elizabeth Rose
Postal address:
School of History
Modern History
St Katharine's Lodge, The Scores
St Andrews
United Kingdom

Email: jer9@st-andrews.ac.uk

Direct phone: +44 (0)1334 463303

Research overview

My research investigates the links between politics, religion, and ideas in early modern British history.  My current research investigates ideas of kingship and counsel from Henry VIII to James VII and II, and I have ongoing interest in the Church of England in the 'Long Reformation' and the political ideas of Thomas Hobbes and John Locke.  The Tudor Reformations of the sixteenth century revolutionized the English Church and crown from the 1530s, when Henry VIII declared his royal supremacy over the Church of England.  The negotiation of that legacy in the circumstances of royal minority and queenship, and, after 1603, in a multiple monarchy, caused profound tensions.  The politics of Reformation monarchy fuelled the Wars of the Three Kingdoms and continued to create conflict between the Restoration and 'Glorious' Revolution of 1688-9.

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