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Additional Readings (those available through Booth Library noted)

    (For article review for Culture Wars, Order and Disorder, Public and Private, and Print Culture as Popular Culture sections; not these are not the required readings which are at end of syllabus)

    Atherton, Ian. “The Itch Grown a Disease: Manuscript Transmission of News in the Seventeenth Century.” In News, Newspapers, and Society in Early Modern Britain. Ed. Joad Raymond, 39–65. London: Frank Cass, 1999. Print (call #: PN5115 .N49)

    Barnes, T.G. “County Politics and a Puritan Cause Celebre: Somerset Churchales, 1633'.” Transactions of the Royal Historical Society 5th ser. 9 (1959): 103-22. Wars

    Beik, William. Urban Protest in Seventeenth-Century France: The Culture of Retribution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997. [any chapter 1-3 and 10] Disorder (call #: DC126 .B45)

    Bellany, Alastair. “Railing Rhymes Revisited: Libels, Scandals, and Early Stuart Politics.” History Compass 5, no. 4 (2007): 1136–1179. Public

    Blair, Ann. “Reading Strategies for Coping with Information Overload Ca. 1550-1700.” Journal of the History of Ideas 64, no. 1 (January 2003): 11–28. Print

    Burke, Peter. “Public and Private Spheres I late Renaissance Genoa.” Varieties of Cultural History, 111-123. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1997. Public

    Capp, Bernard. England’s Culture Wars: Puritan Reformation and Its Enemies in the Interregnum, 1649-1660. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012. [any chapter] Wars

    Chartier, Roger. “Reading Matter and ‘Popular’ Reading: From the Renaissance to the Seventeenth Century.” In A History of Reading in the West, ed. Guglielmo Cavallo and Roger Chartier, 269–83. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1999. Print (call #: Z1003.3.E85)

    ———. “Text, Symbols, and Frenchness.” Journal of Modern History 57, no. 4 (December 1985): 218-34; also in Cultural History: Between Practices and Representations (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1988), 95-111. (reaction to Darnton). Public (call #: D16 .C438)

    Clark, J. C. D. English Society, 1660-1832: Religion, Ideology and Politics During the Ancient Régime. 2nd ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000. [introduction] Public

    Clark, Peter. “Politics, Clubs and Social Space in Pre-industrial Europe.” In Political Space in Pre-industrial Europe. Ed. Beat Kumin Kümin, 81-94. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, 2009. Public

    Collinson, Patrick. “Elizabethan and Jacobean Puritanism as Forms of Popular Religious Culture.” In The Culture of English Puritanism, 1560-1700. Ed. Christopher Durston & Jacqueline Eales, 32-57. London, 1996. Wars (call #: BX9333 .C85)

    ———. “Merry England on the Ropes: The Contested Culture of the Early Modern English Town.” In Christianity and Community in the West: Essays for John Bossy. Ed. Simon Ditchfield, 131-47. Aldershot, 2001. Wars

    Cowan, Brian. “Publicity and Privacy in the History of the British Coffeehouse.” History Compass 5, no. 4 (2007): 1180–1213. Public

    ———. “Public Spaces, Knowledge and Sociability.” In The Oxford Handbook of the History of Consumption. Ed. Frank Trentmann, 251–266. Oxford: New York : Oxford University Press, 2012. Public (call #: HC79.C6 O94)

    ———. The Social Life of Coffee: The Emergence of the British Coffeehouse. New Haven. Yale University Press, 2005. ["Inventing the Coffee House" or "Penny Universities"] Public (call #: TX908 .C68)

    Darnton, Robert. "An Early Information Society: News and the Media in Eighteenth-Century Paris." American Historical Review 105, 1 (2000). Print

    ———. The Forbidden Best-Sellers of Pre-Revolutionary France. W. W. Norton & Company, 1996. [any chapter] Public (call #: PQ265 .D37)

    Davis, Natalie Zemon. “Writing ‘The Rites of Violence’ and Afterward.” Past & Present 214, no. suppl 7 (February 2012): 8–29. Wars 

    Duffy, Eamon. “The Godly and the Multitude in Stuart England.” Seventeenth Century 1 (1986): 31-49. Wars

    ———. “The Long Reformation: Catholicism, Protestantism and the Multitude.” In England's Long Reformation, 1500-1800. Ed. Nicholas Tyacke, 33-70. London, 1997. Wars

    Duggan, L.G. "Was Art Really the Book of the Illiterate?" Word & Image 5, no. 3 (July-September 1989): 227-51. Print

    Geertz, Clifford. "Thick Description: Towards and Interpretive Theory of Culture." The Interpretation of Cultures, 3-31. New York: Basic Books, 1973. Disorder (call #: GN315 .G36)

    Grendi, Edoardo. “The Political System of a Community in Liguria: Cervo in the Late Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Centuries.” In Microhistory and the Lost Peoples of Europe, ed. E. Muir and G. Ruggiero, 119-58. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1991. [Published in Italian in 1981.] Wars (call #: D21.3 .M53)

    Harris, Tim. “Popular, Plebeian, Culture: Historical Definitions.” In The Oxford History of Popular Print Culture. Ed. Joad Raymond, 1:50–58. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011. Print (call #: Z228.E5 O94)

    ———. ““The Problem of ‘Popular Political Culture’ in Seventeenth-century London.” History of European Ideas 10, no. 1 (1989): 43–58. Disorder

    Hindle, Steve. “Custom, Festival and Protest in Early Modern England: The Little Budworth Wakes, St Peter’s Day, 1596.” Rural History 6, no. 2 (1995): 155–178. Wars

    Ingram, Martin. “From Reformation to Toleration: Popular Religious Cultures in England, 1540-1690.” In Popular Culture in England, c.1500-1850. Ed. Tim Harris, 95-123. London, 1995. Wars (call #: DA110 .H34)

    ———.“Ridings, Rough Music and the ‘Reform of Popular Culture’ in Early Modern England.” Past & Present 105, no. 1 (November 1984): 79–113. (ordered hierarchy and conflict examined; Burke's "reform of popular culture" questioned) Wars

    ———. “Reformation of Manners in Early Modern England.” In The Experience of Authority in Early Modern England. Ed. Paul Griffiths, Adam Fox & Steve Hindle, 47-88. London, 1996. Wars (call #: HN385 .E97)

    ———. “Religion, Communities and Moral Discipline in Late Sixteenth- and Early-Seventeenth-Century England: Case Studies.” In Religion and Society in Early Modern Europe. Ed. K. von Greyerz, 177-93. London, 1984. Wars

    Innes, Joanna. “Review: Jonathan Clark, Social History and England’s ‘Ancien Regime’.” Past & Present no. 115 (May 1987): 165–200. Public

    Joyce, Patrick. “What Is the Social in Social History?” Past & Present 206, no. 1 (February 2010): 213–248. Disorder

    Kaplan, Steven L., ed. Understanding Popular Culture: Europe from the Middle Ages to the Nineteenth Century. Berlin, 1984. [article by Lottes on 16th-century Germany, or Chartier or Revel on France] Disorder

    King, Peter. “Edward Thompson’s Contribution to Eighteenth-century Studies. The Patrician-plebeian Model Re-examined.” Social History 21, 2 (1996): 215-28. Disorder

    LaCapra, Dominick. “Chartier, Darnton, and the Great Symbol Massacre.” Journal of Modern History 60, no. 1 (March 1988): 95–112. Public

    MacDonald, Michael and Terence R. Murphy. Sleepless Souls: Suicide in Early Modern England. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1990), 176-216 & 338-53. [chapters "Élite Opinions, Plebeian Beliefs" & "Epilogue" suggest difficulty of a simple two-class model, and employ Herrschaft concept as a way out] Disorder (call #: HV6548.G8 E55)

    Mah, Harold. “Suppressing the Text: The Metaphysics of Ethnographic History in Darnton’s Great Cat Massacre.” History Workshop Journal 31, no. 1 (March 1991): 1–20. Public

    Marsh, Christopher. “‘Common Prayer’ in England, 1560-1640: The View From the Pew.” Past & Present 171 (May 2001): 66-94. Wars

    Phythian-Adams, Charles. "Milk and Soot: The Changing Vocabulary of Popular Ritual in Stuart and Havoverian London." In The Pursuit of Urban History, ed. Derek Fraser and Anthony Sutcliffe, 83-104. London, 1983. Public

    Raven, James.  "New Reading Histories, Print Culture and the Identification of Change: The Case of Eighteenth-Century England." Social History 23, 3 (1998): 268-87. Print

    Raymond, Joad. “Newsbooks, Their Distribution, and Their Readers.” In Invention of the Newspaper: English Newsbooks, 1641-1649, 232–268. Oxford University Press, 1996. Print (call #: PN5115 .R39)

    Raymond, Joad. “What Is a Pamphlet?” In Pamphlets and Pamphleteering in Early Modern Britain, 4–26. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003. Print (call #: DA315 .R39)

    Rollison, David. “Property, Ideology and Popular Culture in a Gloucestershire Village 1660–1740.” Past & Present 93, no. 1 (November 1981): 70–97. Disorder

    Scribner, Bob. "Historical Anthropology of Early Modern Europe." in Problems in the Historical Anthropology of Early Modern Europe. Ed. R. Po-Chia Hsia and R. W. Scribner, 11-34.. Wiesbaden: Harrasowitz, 1997. Disorder

    Scribner, Bob. “Is a History of Popular Culture Possible?” History of European Ideas 10, no. 2 (1989): 175–91. Disorder

    Sharpe, Kevin. “Reading in Early Modern England.” In Reading Revolution: The Politics of Reading in Early Modern England, 3–62. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2000. Print

    Starn, Randolph. “The Early Modern Muddle.” Journal of Early Modern History 6, no. 3 (2002): 296–307.

    Stone, Lawrence. “The Public and the Private in the Stately Homes of England, 1500-1990.” Social Research 58, no. 1 (Spring 1991): 227-251. Public

    Theibault, John. “Community and Herrschaft in the Seventeenth-Century German Village.” Journal of Modern History 64, no. 1 (March 1992): 1–21. Disorder

    ———. “Jeremiah in the Village: Prophecy, Preaching, Pamphlets, and Penance in the Thirty Years’ War.” Central European History 27, no. 4 (January 1994): 441–460. Disorder

    Thompson, E. P. “The Moral Economy of the English Crowd in the Eighteenth Century.” Past & Present no. 50 (February 1971): 76–136. Disorder

    Walsham, Alexandra. “‘A Glose of Godlines’: Philip Stubbes, Elizabethan Grub Street and the Invention of Puritanism.” In Belief and Practice in Reformation England: A Tribute to Patrick Collinson From His Students. Ed. Susan Wabuda and Caroline Litzenberger, 177-206. Aldershot, 1998. Wars

    Walter, John. “Abolishing Superstition with Sedition’? The Politics of Popular Iconoclasm in England, 1640-1642.” Past and Present no.183 (May 2004): 79-125. Wars

    ———. “Popular Iconoclasm and the Politics of the Parish in Eastern England, 1640-1642.” Historical Journal 47, 2 (2004): 261-90. Wars

    Warmington, Andrew. “Frogs, Toads and the Restoration in a Gloucestershire Village.” Midland History 14, no. 1 (1989): 30–42. Wars

    Weil. Rachel J. “The politics of legitimacy: women and the warming-pan scandal. In The Revolution of 1688–89: Changing Perspectives. Ed. Lois G. Schwoerer. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004. Public


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