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Resarch – ‘Religion, Loyalty and Sedition: The Hanoverian Succession of 1714’ published

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The special issue of the Journal of Religious History, Literature and Culture for 2016 has been issued. The special issue is also available as a book entitled: Religion, Loyalty and Sedition: The Hanoverian Succession of 1714 and is edited by Prof William Gibson, Director of the Oxford Centre for Methodism and Church History at Oxford Brookes University with Prof Elaine Chalus of the University of Liverpool, and Dr Roberta Anderson of Bath Spa University. The publication includes papers given at the annual Ecclesiastical History Colloquium at Oxford Brookes University, and a conference at Bath Spa University, both of which were on the Hanoverian Succession of 1714.

The contents of the special issue are:

‘Introduction: The Succession of 1714 in Context’ by William Gibson

‘Politics, Religion and Propaganda: The Prosecution of Seditious Libel in the Last Years of Anne’ by Ruth Paley

‘Loyalty and Disloyalty: Sacheverell’s Seals’ by William Gibson

‘The Origins of Political Broadcasting: The Sermon in the Hanoverian Revolution, 1714–1716’ by James J. Caudle

‘Hanoverian Successions, Whig Schism, and Clerical Patronage: Chaplains of George and Caroline, Prince and Princess of Wales, 1714-1727’ by J. C. Lees

‘“King George’s Religion”’: Lutheranism and the religious politics of the Hanoverian succession’ by Ralph Stevens

Copies of the book are available from Amazon.co.uk (see https://www.amazon.co.uk/Religion-Loyalty-Sedition-Hanoverian-Succession/dp/178683054X/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1479911723&sr=8-3&keywords=hanoverian+succession)

Subscriptions to the Journal of Religious History, Literature and Culture are available from the University of Wales Press (see http://www.uwp.co.uk/).

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One comment on “Resarch – ‘Religion, Loyalty and Sedition: The Hanoverian Succession of 1714’ published

  1. Lionel Laborie
    November 23, 2016

    Fantastic! I look forward to reading it.

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