Kevin Sharpe reviews a book on late Stuart England by Matthew Jenkinson
Kevin Sharpe revisits an article by C.V. Wedgwood, first published in History Today in 1960, that looks at the diplomatic mission made by the artist Peter Paul Rubens to the court of Charles I. Read the original article here.
Kevin Sharpe reviews a biography of the infamous Oxford history don.
Sir Anthony van Dyck, court artist to Charles I, is the subject of a new exhibition at Tate Britain. Kevin Sharpe, consultant to the project, argues that the visual arts can be as valuable as the written word to historians seeking a better understanding of the nature of politics and power
Kevin Sharpe mourns the loss of an historian who wrote and made history.
Kevin Sharpe reviews two new books
Kevin Sharpe reviews
Kevin Sharpe reviews two valuable texts on Tudor espionage
Unrevolutionary England, 1603-1642; The Causes Of The English Civil War; & The Fall Of The British Monarchies 1637-42
Kevin Sharpe examines three new books from Conrad Russell on 17th century England and the Civil War
by Erica Veevers
The routes and reasons of historical pilgrims
Kevin Sharpe reassesses the role that ideology, rhetoric and intellectual discussion played in the upheavals of seventeenth-century England.
Social and Political Choice in Early Modern England
Kevin Sharpe on a movement that helped shape the history of Europe and the world.
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