MacCulloch, D: Tudor Rebellions
Praise for previous edition 'Tudor Rebellions is one of the most successful undergraduate textbooks of the past half century. Elegantly written, meticulously arranged and crammed full of vivid detail, it has introduced thousands of students to some of the most fascinating and controversial episodes in English history. Now, in this splendid new edition, Diarmaid McCulloch brings the story fully up-to-date, incorporating the findings of the very latest historical research and surveying the field with his customary gimlet eye.' Mark Stoyle, University of Southampton, UK 'Tudor Rebellions has been required reading for my students for over thirty years. It provides superb and concise accounts of the rebellions and deftly sets them in their context.' J. Sears McGee, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA 'Tudor Rebellions is an incomparable teaching tool. It contains lucid narratives of complicated events along with sophisticated synthetic and analytic essays that provide contexts for the meticulously chosen primary sources. In sum, the book has everything needed to give students a chance to "do" real historical work.' Freddy C. Dominguez, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, USA
Diarmaid MacCulloch was Professor of the History of the Church in the Faculty of Theology and Religion at the University of Oxford. His previous publications include Reformation: Europe’s House Divided, 1490–1700 (2003), A History of Christianity: The First Three Thousand Years (2009) and Thomas Cromwell: A Life (2018). Anthony Fletcher was Professor of History, University of Essex.