John Morrill re-examines a stormy period of religious history.
Issue 30 March 1998
John Dunne signposts main landmarks and current directions in the historiographical debate.
Clive Emsley argues that nineteenth-century perceptions owed more to media-generated panic than to criminal realities.
As the second Elizabethan age closes in disillusionment, Penry Williams reconsiders whether the first deserved the same fate.