CREMS staff publish widely on topics related to the history, religion and literary culture of the early modern world.  

Full details about scholarly publications can be found on the relevant staff profile pages: this page presents a small sample of recently published books in this area.

9781107009905Richard Cust

Charles I and the Aristocracy, 1625-1642

 Cambridge University Press, 2013

Elaine Fulton and Maria Craciun (eds)

Communities of Devotion.  Religious Orders and Society in East Central Europe, 1450-1800

Ashgate, 2011

Hugh Adlingon, Peter McCullough and Emma Rhatigan (eds),

The Handbook of the Early Modern Sermon

Oxford University Press, 2011

Michael Dobson

Shakespeare and Amateur Performance: A Cultural History

Cambridge University Press, 2011

Tara Hamling

Decorating the 'Godly' Household

Yale University Press, 2010

Jonathan Willis

Church Music and Protestantism in Post-Reformation England: Discourses, Sites and Identities

Ashgate, 2010

George Lukowski

Disorderly Liberty: the political culture of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the eighteenth century

Continuum, 2010

Claire Preston and Reid Barbour (eds)

Sir Thomas Browne: The World Proposed

Oxford University Press, 2008

Robert Swanson

Indulgences in Late Medieval England: Passports to Paradise?

Cambridge University Press, 2007

Richard Cust

Charles I.  A Political Biography

Longman/Pearson, 2005

Gillian Wright and Jill Seal Millman (eds)

Early Modern Women's Manuscript Poetry

Manchester University Press, 2005

Tom Lockwood

Ben Jonson in the Romantic Age

Oxford University Press, 2005