Cromwell's legacy / edited by Jane A. Mills.

Published
  • Manchester ; New York : Manchester University Press 2012
Physical description
x, 306 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
ISBN
  • 0719080894
  • 9780719080890
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references (p. [278]-298).
Contents
  • Introduction : Cromwell redivivus / John Morrill -- The man himself -- Cromwell and sons, Oliver Cromwell's intended legacy? / Patrick Little -- Does Cromwelliana exist? a review of personalia associated with Oliver Cromwell / John Goldsmith -- A Cromwellian landscape? Oliver Cromwell and the urban and rural environment of Britain / Peter Gaunt -- Institutional legacies -- Cromwell and religion in a multi-faith society / Bernard Capp -- Pax quaeritur bello, the Cromwellian military legacy / Alan Marshall -- The legacy of Oliver Cromwell in the English and UK parliament, 1660-2010 / Stephen K. Roberts -- Reception -- Cromwell and the Scots / Laura A.M. Stewart -- Cromwell's Irish reputation / Toby Barnard -- Cromwell and Europe / Hugh Dunthorne -- Cromwell's ghost, the legacy of England's Puritan Revolution in New England / Francis J. Bremer -- 'Puritans, patriots and protectors,' the relevance of Oliver Cromwell and his regime for Spanish Americans during the Independence Era, 1808-1826 / Karen Racine.
Other names
Genre
  • Bibliography
  • Illustrated
  • text
Language
  • English
  • "Cromwell's Legacy is an exciting collection of essays by scholars who are well-known in their fields of research, most of whom have a proven track record of making their scholarship accessible to a wide student and general readership. This study examines different ways in which Cromwell's life and work impacted on Britain and the rest of the world after his death. Each contributor examines Cromwell's legacy, including not only the important central question of Cromwell's impact on the religious, military and political life of Britain after his death but also Britain's relations with Europe and future developments in both North and South America. The structure of this book has been designed to give as wide a coverage of time and place as possible. This book not only sheds light on an aspect of Cromwellian studies that has been comparatively neglected, it will also stimulate further work on this topic."--Publisher's website.

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