The English Reformation Revised
This collection of essays seeks to bring some of the most recent innovative work on the English Reformation to the attention of teachers and students, and to show how a new understanding of the subject can be built up from work which has so far been hidden away in technical academic journals.
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The recent historiography of the English Reformation
Church courts and the Reformation in the diocese of Chichester 150058
Anticlericalism and the English Reformation
The Henrician Reformation and the parish clergy
Popular reactions to the Reformation during the years of uncertainty 153070
The local impact of the Tudor Reformations
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