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Research at St Andrews

Jacqueline Rose


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


Direct phone: +44 (0)1334 463303

Research overview

My research and teaching range broadly across early modern British history, focusing on the political, religious, and intellectual history of the period.  In particular, my research explores the ideas and practices of Tudor and Stuart monarchy and the Church of England during the ‘Long Reformation’ from the 1530s to c.1700.  This was an era of political turmoil from the advent of the Tudor dynasty in 1485, the politics of royal minority and queenship, through to the dynastic union of the Three Kingdoms of the seventeenth century, their wars of the 1640s and the Revolution of 1688-9.  It was also an age of religious upheaval: the downfall of the late medieval church, the Tudor Reformations and their fragmentation into religious diversity and early arguments for religious toleration in the seventeenth century.  My first book explored the relationship between the monarchy and the Church of England in the later seventeenth century; my current project is a study of ideas of political counsel and concepts of kingship, set in a longer context of political advice through time.  A volume, co-edited with Colin Kidd, on Political Advice: Past, Present, and Future, will be published in early 2021.

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