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Political Culture in the Reign of Elizabeth I : Queen and Commonwealth 1558-1585.

By: Series: Ideas in ContextPublisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1999Copyright date: ©1999Description: 1 online resource (288 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9780511149757
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Political Culture in the Reign of Elizabeth I : Queen and Commonwealth 1558–1585DDC classification:
  • 942.055
LOC classification:
  • JN181 .M35 1999
Online resources:
Contents:
Cover -- Half-title -- Series-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- A NOTE ON TERMINOLOGY -- CHAPTER 1 'To be Deborah': the political implications of providentialism under a female ruler -- THE DEBATE OVER HEADSHIP -- RESTORED PROTESTANTISM AND THE ENGLISH DEBORAH -- THE QUEEN AND THE REGIME -- THE INCORPORATED CROWN: PRIVY COUNCILLORS AND THE QUEEN -- CONCLUSION -- CHAPTER 2 Announcing the godly common weal: Knox, Aylmer and the parameters of counsel -- A QUEEN CALLED BY GOD: JOHN KNOX'S FIRST BLAST OF THE TRUMPET -- INAUGURATING THE 'MIXED MONARCHY' : JOHN AYLMER' S REFLECTIONS ON FEMALE RULE -- CONCLUSION: COUNSEL AND SOVEREIGNTY IN THE GODLY NATION -- CHAPTER 3 Feats of incorporation: the ideological bases of the mixed monarchy -- COUNSEL, CONSENT AND CONSCIENCE: THE COMMON GOOD -- COMMONWEALTH IDEOLOGY -- CONQUEST AND CONSENT: THE MARIAN LEGACY -- INCORPORATING THE QUEEN -- CONCLUSION -- CHAPTER 4 Contesting the social order: 'resistance theory' and the mixed monarchy -- DEFINING A GODLY SOCIAL ORDER: PONET, GOODMAN AND GENDERED KINGSHIP -- REDEFINING THE SOCIAL ORDER: LAURENCE HUMPHREY'S APOLOGETICAL WORKS -- CONCLUSION: NOBILITY AND VIRILITY IN THE COUNTRY -- CHAPTER 5 Godly men and nobles: the bicephalic body politic -- QUEEN AND COUNSEL IN THE BICEPHALIC BODY POLITIC -- OFFICERS AND NOBLES IN THE GODLY NATION -- SPEECH ACTS IN THE MIXED MONARCHY -- CONCLUSION -- CHAPTER 6 Godly men and parliamentarians: the politics of counsel in the 1570s -- JOHN HOOKER'S ORDER AND USAGE -- CONTESTING CONSENT: SPEECH ACTS IN PARLIAMENT, 1571-1572 -- 'LE ROIGNE SE AVISERA' -- CODA: PETER WENTWORTH' S SPEECH, 1576 -- CONCLUSION: SOVEREIGNTY AND PREROGATIVE -- CHAPTER 7 Rewriting the common weal: Sir Thomas Smith and the De Republica Anglorum -- SIR THOMAS SMITH AND THE DE REPUBLICA ANGLORUM.
DELINEATING THE COMMONWEALTH -- QUEENSHIP IN THE COMMONWEALTH -- DE REPUBLICA ANGLORUM AND THE 1580S -- CONCLUSION -- Afterword -- Bibliography -- PRIMARY SOURCES -- SECONDARY SOURCES -- Index.
Summary: This book looks at how Elizabeth I managed to be queen, in the face of considerable male opposition.
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Cover -- Half-title -- Series-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- A NOTE ON TERMINOLOGY -- CHAPTER 1 'To be Deborah': the political implications of providentialism under a female ruler -- THE DEBATE OVER HEADSHIP -- RESTORED PROTESTANTISM AND THE ENGLISH DEBORAH -- THE QUEEN AND THE REGIME -- THE INCORPORATED CROWN: PRIVY COUNCILLORS AND THE QUEEN -- CONCLUSION -- CHAPTER 2 Announcing the godly common weal: Knox, Aylmer and the parameters of counsel -- A QUEEN CALLED BY GOD: JOHN KNOX'S FIRST BLAST OF THE TRUMPET -- INAUGURATING THE 'MIXED MONARCHY' : JOHN AYLMER' S REFLECTIONS ON FEMALE RULE -- CONCLUSION: COUNSEL AND SOVEREIGNTY IN THE GODLY NATION -- CHAPTER 3 Feats of incorporation: the ideological bases of the mixed monarchy -- COUNSEL, CONSENT AND CONSCIENCE: THE COMMON GOOD -- COMMONWEALTH IDEOLOGY -- CONQUEST AND CONSENT: THE MARIAN LEGACY -- INCORPORATING THE QUEEN -- CONCLUSION -- CHAPTER 4 Contesting the social order: 'resistance theory' and the mixed monarchy -- DEFINING A GODLY SOCIAL ORDER: PONET, GOODMAN AND GENDERED KINGSHIP -- REDEFINING THE SOCIAL ORDER: LAURENCE HUMPHREY'S APOLOGETICAL WORKS -- CONCLUSION: NOBILITY AND VIRILITY IN THE COUNTRY -- CHAPTER 5 Godly men and nobles: the bicephalic body politic -- QUEEN AND COUNSEL IN THE BICEPHALIC BODY POLITIC -- OFFICERS AND NOBLES IN THE GODLY NATION -- SPEECH ACTS IN THE MIXED MONARCHY -- CONCLUSION -- CHAPTER 6 Godly men and parliamentarians: the politics of counsel in the 1570s -- JOHN HOOKER'S ORDER AND USAGE -- CONTESTING CONSENT: SPEECH ACTS IN PARLIAMENT, 1571-1572 -- 'LE ROIGNE SE AVISERA' -- CODA: PETER WENTWORTH' S SPEECH, 1576 -- CONCLUSION: SOVEREIGNTY AND PREROGATIVE -- CHAPTER 7 Rewriting the common weal: Sir Thomas Smith and the De Republica Anglorum -- SIR THOMAS SMITH AND THE DE REPUBLICA ANGLORUM.

DELINEATING THE COMMONWEALTH -- QUEENSHIP IN THE COMMONWEALTH -- DE REPUBLICA ANGLORUM AND THE 1580S -- CONCLUSION -- Afterword -- Bibliography -- PRIMARY SOURCES -- SECONDARY SOURCES -- Index.

This book looks at how Elizabeth I managed to be queen, in the face of considerable male opposition.

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