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Research in Early Modern History

Popular Royalism

The History department has research strengths in Early Modern History of Britain and Wales, and attracts a significant number of postgraduate students in this field. 

Current research focuses in particular on crime, violence and gender; the Early Modern body; rape and sexual violence in early modern England; popular Royalism; the English Civil War and Republic; gentry politics and culture; parliament and legislation; and Wales within the Early Modern British state. 


Members of staff working on Early Modern History include:

Associated Research Networks: