Seventeenth Century

(The TQCC of Seventeenth Century is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
“Not so much open professed enemies as close hypocritical false-hearted people”: Lucy Hutchinson’s manuscript account of the services of John Hutchinson and mid-seventeenth-century factionalism5
Addressing audiences abroad: cultural and public diplomacy in seventeenth-century Europe3
Between the galley and plantation: the rhetorical construction of English servants in the seventeenth century2
“I would not have taken her for his sister”: financial hardship and women’s reputations in the Hartlib circle (1641-1661)2
“A most excellent medicine”: Malaria, Mithridate, and the death of Andrew Marvell2
“My friendship with her is by no means an ordinary one”: the friendship alliances of Christian Hebraist Anna Maria van Schurman (1607–1678)2
Re-thinking nostalgic antiquarianism: time, space, and the English reformation1
Early modern state formation or gute Policey? The good order of the community1
Witchcraft and deformity in early modern English literature1
Print, authority, and the bills of mortality in seventeenth-century London1
‘We have sick souls when God’s physic works not’: Samuel Rutherford’s pastoral letters as a form of literary cure1
A new biography of Milton1
Some unpublished fragments on Descartes’s life and works1
“To print her discourses & hymmes”: the typographic features of Anna Trapnel’s prophecies1
Diabolical men: reintegrating male witches into English witchcraft1
The reception of Italian neo-Latin poetry in English manuscript sources, c.1550-1720: literature, morality, and anti-popery1
Reading Milton reading Shakespeare politically: what the identification of Milton’s First Folio does and does not tell us1
Eucharistic devotion and textual appropriation in post-reformation England1
“Woe unto us”: divine wrath and godly sorrow in an English plague sermon (1637)1
Elizabeth Attaway, London preacher and Theologian, 1645–16461
Portraits of Lucy and Colonel John Hutchinson - a relationship with art and Robert Walker1
John Austin and the Catholic response to the English Commonwealth1
English public diplomacy in the Dutch Republic, 1609–16191
Nathaniel Bacon, John Milton, and the idea of an English climate and “constitution”1
Cavendish and Hutchinson, secretaries1
Pride and precedence: the rivalry of the House of Orange-Nassau and the Palatine family at the Anglo-Dutch wedding of 16410
Engraving Accuracy in Early Modern England: Visual Communication and the Royal Society0
De Veertigjarige Oorlog: 1672-1712: De Strijd van de Nederlanders Tegen de Zonnekoning. [The Forty Years’ War: 1672-1712: the struggle of the Dutch against the Sun King]0
Comparative essays on the poetry and prose of John Donne and George Herbert: combined lights0
Racine et les trois publics de l’amour0
Holding a mirror up to nature: shame, guilt, and violence in Shakespeare0
Fallacy/The Sophister (c. 1614), a Wykehamist play Fallacy/The Sophister (c. 1614), a Wykehamist play , by William Zouche, edited by William Poole, Oxford, New College L0
John Harris, the Oxford Army Press, and the radicalizing process0
Confessional public diplomacy? Bernardino de Rebolledo’s defence of Catholicism in Denmark, 1655–16560
“Wilmot’s blots” and Cavalier plots, June 1644: fresh evidence from captured correspondence0
Poly-Olbion: New Perspectives0
‘Precept upon precept’: biblical commonplacing in Lucy Hutchinson’s Memoirs0
Antiquarianism, philology, and translatio studii in the epistolary translations of Sir John Hobart and Nicholas Bacon0
Shakespeare’s Tutor: the influence of Thomas Kyd0
Monarchy, print culture, and reverence in early modern England: picturing royal subjects0
British Catholic Merchants in the Commercial Age, 1670-17140
How to do things with the Church Fathers: Mary Magdalene and anti-Calvinist court rhetoric in Lancelot Andrewes’s Easter Sermons (1620-22)0
Henry Bennet, Earl of Arlington, and his world: Restoration court, politics, and diplomacy0
Books received 20210
‘The wall and glory of Jerusalem’: the sermons preached before the Lord Mayor and City of London during in the Commonwealth, Protectorate and early Restoration (1649-1662)0
Catholics During the English Revolution 1642-1660: Politics, Sequestration and Loyalty0
Oliver Cromwell’s Kin, 1643-1726: The Private and Public Worlds of the English Revolution and Restoration Oliver Cromwell’s Kin, 1643-1726: The Private and Public Worlds of the English 0
Books received 20190
Relationality, community and collaboration in seventeenth-century Chancery court records0
Hospitality towards European travellers in Latin America in the colonial middle0
Royalism, Religion and Revolution: Wales, 1640-16880
The English Presbyterian Conundrum of 1660-10
Civil War London: mobilizing for Parliament, 1641-50
Selden’s reply to Salmasius, an alternative title for thePro Populo Anglicano Defensio, and why Milton deserves to be strangled: rumour and opinion in the correspondence of Guy Patin0
Science in an Enchanted World: Philosophy and Witchcraft in the Work of Joseph Glanvill0
Royal policy and local initiative in challenges to autonomy under James VI and I: church and state in Jersey and Guernsey0
A lost Chinese inscribed stone, some Old Hungarian script, two notable copies of Angelo Rocca’sBibliotheca Apostolica Vaticana(1591), and an addition to John Donne’s library0
Poemataon affairs of state: political satire in Latin in later Stuart Britain, 1658–17140
A Trojan horse in the citadel of orthodoxy: Samuel Maresius’s critique of Cartesian theology0
TheNoctambuli: tales of sleepwalkers and secrets of the body in seventeenth-century England0
Re-assessing the seventeenth-century quarto of Sir David Lindsay’s Ane Satyre of the Thrie Estaitis (1602-04)0
‘The fire of patriotism’: the historiographical success of Lucy Hutchinson’s Memoirs in the nineteenth century10
George Chapman, Edward Coke, and Crooked Justice0
Dancing Queen: Marie de Médicis’ ballets at the court of Henri IV0
Practical algebra and hydrostatics: the legacy of Thomas Harriot0
Decorating the parish church in post-Reformation England: material culture, community and identity in Dorset, Somerset and Wiltshire, 1560-16400
The restraint of the press in England, 1660-1715: the communication of sin0
The Impact of Milton’s Of Education on the Hartlib Circle’s Understanding of Public and Private0
Connecting Centre and Locality: Political communication in early modern England0
Clarendon’s moral History0
Making the Memoirs: missing leaves in the manuscript of Lucy Hutchinson’s life of John Hutchinson0
The political thought of the English free state, 1649–1653 The political thought of the English free state, 1649–1653 , by Markku Peltonen, Cambridge, Cambridge Universi0
Women (Re)Writing Milton0
Russia’s 17th century crisis of modernization: the autobiographical saint’s Life of the Archpriest Avvakum0
“Celestial Epicurisme”: John Locke and the Anglican language of pleasure, 1650–16970
Merchants: the community that shaped England’s trade and empire0
Religious Conversion in Early Modern English Drama0
Booming Business. Communication, Print and Advertisement in the Seventeenth Century0
Globalizing fortune on the early modern stage0
Gifts and Graces: Prayer, Poetry, and Polemic from Lancelot Andrewes to John Bunyan0
Books received 20200
Eschatological alchemy in Henry Vaughan and Andrew Marvell0
Rebel with a Cause. Gesellschaftliche Reform und radikale religiöse Aufklärung bei Friedrich Breckling (1629-1711)0
The English Republican exiles in Europe during the Restoration0
Peripheral promises: political oaths as instruments of trust and control, Sweden 1520–17200
For a “Livorno-on-Thames”: the Tuscan model in the writings of Henry Robinson (1604-1673?)0
Out of the saddle, and onto the easel: the correlative influence of equitational culture on early modern equestrian portraits0
The Private Life of William Shakespeare0
‘The rich help of books’: patterns of annotation in Latin and English versions of Abraham Cowley’s Sex Libri Plantarum0
John Locke and Samuel Rutherford on the distance between paternal care and fiduciary trust0
Taste and knowledge in early modern England0
Neo-Latin verse satire, ca. 1500-1800: an ethical approach0
The Arden research handbook of Shakespeare and textual studies0
Empire and Enterprise: Money, Power and the Adventurers for Irish Land During the British Civil Wars0
Poussin and the Dance0
Poetry and sovereignty in the English Revolution0
Pascal: reasoning and belief Pascal: reasoning and belief , by Michael Moriarty, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2020, viii + 413 pp., £65.00 (hardback), ISBN 9780198840
‘Old delights’: the politics of pastoral nostalgia in Hutchinson’s manuscript verse0
Commonplacing John Owen: auditors’ sermon notes in Restoration England0
The rhetoric of conversion in English Puritan writing from Perkins to Milton0
Trace of Stoic logic in Descartes: Stoic axiōma and Descartes’s pronuntiatum in the Second Meditation0
The Subject of Britain, 1603-250
Pleasure in Profit: Popular Prose in Seventeenth-Century Japan0
Poetics and Polemics: reading seventeenth-century Irish political verse0
Literature, learning, and social hierarchy in early modern Europe0
Re-assessing the ars moriendi: good and bad deaths in early modern England0
Pride and prejudice. Proto-racism in Walerian Nekanda Trepka’s ‘Liber generationis plebeanorum’ (c. 1624-1640)0
Philosophical reflections on Japan’s Sakoku policy: seventeenth-century English perspectives0
The Metaphorical Metaphysic of John Donne: An Interpretation of his Poetry and his Prose0
‘Life among these unknown revolutionaries’: traces of Lucy Hutchinson’s Memoirs in the Spanish and Italian historiography of the English revolution0
The Irish Parliament, 1613-89: The Evolution of a Colonial Institution0
The millennial theory of Lucy Hutchinson and Mary Cary0
Lucy Hutchinson and the English revolution0
Courting India: England, Mughal India and the origins of empire0
Cromwell and Ireland: New Perspectives0
George Wither and the New World0
The dynastic diplomacy of the Princely Count of Arenberg at the Stuart court in 16030
Ephemeral print culture in early modern England: sociability, politics and collecting0
Islamic Thought through Protestant eyes0
Shakespeare and Senecan tragedy0
Keeping the Ancient Way: Aspects of the Life and Work of Henry Vaughan (1621-1695)0
Annals of the War in the Low Countries Annals of the War in the Low Countries , by Hugo Grotius, edited, translated, and with an Introduction by Jan Waszink, Bibliotheca0
Libertines and the law: subversive authors and criminal justice in early seventeenth-century France0
John Donne and English Puritanism, 1650–17000
The Histories of Alexander Neville (1544-1614): A new Translation of Kett’s Rebellion and The City of Norwich; The Great Blow: Examinations and Informations relating to the Great Blow in Norwich, 16480
Stuart Style: monarchy, dress and the Scottish male elite0
‘There is a religion in our love’: friendship and ecclesiology in the poetry of Katherine Philips, 1650-16530
Triumphal Entries and Festivals in Early Modern Scotland: Performing Spaces0
Cheap print, crime and information in early modern London:The Life and Death of Griffin Flood0
The Dunghill Fight: Maurice Wheeler’s translation of Polemo-Middinia from the Oxford edition0
The minister is much disheartened: clergy and their communities in Interregnum legal records0
Bernini and His World: Sculpture and Sculptors in Early Modern Rome0
Detestable and wicked arts: New England and witchcraft in the early modern Atlantic world0
The Culture of Dissent in Restoration England: “The Wonders of the Lord” The Culture of Dissent in Restoration England: “The Wonders of the Lord” , by George Southcombe,0
“Will doe all in her power”: the role of women in the contested will of Henry Cavendish0
Shakespeare’s language0
Milton, Marvell, and the Dutch Republic0
‘The Governor’s wife’: women and garrisons in the English civil war0
Catholics in the Interregnum0
The Reformed and Celibate Pastor: Richard Baxter’s Argument for Clerical Celibacy0
Somewhat ‘of the old manner of romances and somewhat of the new’: Francis Kirkman’s continuations to Don Bellianis of Greece0
Memory and mortality in Renaissance England0
Imagining Andrew Marvell at 4000
You can leave your hat on: Men’s portraits, power, and identity in the seventeenth-century Dutch Republic0
Prehistory of consular diplomacy. A new perspective on the activity of 17th-century Venetian consuls in the Ottoman Empire0
Lucy Hutchinson in her fifth century0
The Fables of Aesop: Paraphrased in Verse by John Ogilby and Adorned with Sculpture [By Francis Cleyn] (Franz Klein)0
The State Trials and the politics of justice in later Stuart England0
Hot Protestants: a history of Puritanism in England and America0
William Lawrence’s Newes from Geneva, or The Lewd Levite (1662): recovering a manuscript restoration play0
New light on the strolling performers Thomas Peadle and Thomas Cosby, 1639–16500
The Madman and the Churchrobber: law & conflict in early modern England0
Comunidad, pertenencia, extranjería: El impacto de la migración laboral y mercantil de la región del Mar del Norte en Nueva España, 1550-16400
Literature and Natural Theology in Early Modern England Literature and Natural Theology in Early Modern England , by Katherine Calloway, Cambridge, Cambridge University 0
Early modern women’s complaint: gender, form, and politics0
Elizabeth Currer: religious non-conformity in John Dryden’s The Kind-Keeper and Aphra Behn’s The Widdow Ranter0
The cultural role of diplomats in an age of war: French fashion in Vienna under Leopold I0
Studies in English portraits, 1558-1619 The Elizabethan Image: An Introduction to English Portraiture 1558 to 1603 , by Roy Strong, New Haven & London, Yale Universi0
Coming To: consciousness and natality in early modern England0
The Scholastique Catechisme of Tristram Sugge: Reconciling Ecclesial and Monarchical Authority During the English Civil Wars0
New light on Lucy Walter, 1649-16590
Reading mathematics in early modern Europe: studies in the production, collection, and use of mathematical books0
Rhetoric and scepticism: Thomas Browne’s Amphibium mind in Religio Medici0
Regional Book Distribution and Political Participation in the English Civil War0
A new biography of Oliver Cromwell: a matter of character?0
The readmission of the Jews and the power of the civil magistrate: Thomas Barlow on the Jews and natural law, 1655-16560
Was there an explosion of print in the 1640s?0
Passion’s Fictions from Shakespeare to Richardson: literature and the sciences of soul and mind0
The poems and songs of Henry Hall of Hereford: a Jacobite poet of the 1690s0
Philosophy, Rhetoric, and Thomas Hobbes0
Sovereignty: seventeenth-century England and the making of the modern political imaginary0
Fictions of consent: slavery, servitude, and free service in early modern England0
Forensic anthropological analysis of a skull sculpture by Gian Lorenzo Bernini0
The Captive Sea: Slavery, Communication, and Commerce in Early Modern Spain and the Mediterranean0
Reframing the covenant:A Solemn Acknowledgment(1648) and the resubscription of the Solemn League and Covenant0
Speaking with the Dead in Early America0
“A suppurating ulcer”: religious orders and transnational conflict in Valladolid at the start of the seventeenth century0
Northern echoes: regional identity in the early Quaker Movement, c.1650–16660
The Devil from over the Sea: remembering and forgetting Oliver Cromwell in Ireland The Devil from over the Sea: remembering and forgetting Oliver Cromwell in Ireland , b0
The progresses, processions, and royal entries of King Charles I, 1625-1642 The progresses, processions, and royal entries of King Charles I, 1625-1642 , by Siobhan Keen0
Habsburg Studies under Siege: Notes on Recent Early Modern Scholarship0
The people of West Nottinghamshire and the English Revolution0
Drowned books and ghost books. Making sense of the finds from a seventeenth-century shipwreck off the Dutch island of Texel0
The Young Descartes: Nobility, Rumor, and War The Young Descartes: Nobility, Rumor, and War , by Harold J. Cook, Chicago & London, The University of Chicago Press, 20
Henry More and Descartes on the passions of the soul0
Preaching and the body: Lame Mephibosheth in early seventeenth-century England and Scotland0
Distilling Grief: Lucy Hutchinson’s Elegies and Alchemy0
Allegory and social mores in Abraham Bosse’s L’Hyver0
Descartes’s fictions: reading philosophy with poetics0
Shakespeare and virtue: a handbook0
Décolletage disputes in early modern France0
The Arminian Nunnery: virginity at Little Gidding0
The Ottoman art of word-painting. Rhyme and reason in seventeenth-century Turkish literary letters0
Shakespeare and the Cultivation of Difference: Race and Conduct in the Early Modern World0
Early Modern Trauma: Europe and the Atlantic World0
Law, lawyers and litigants in early modern England: essays in memory of Christopher W. Brooks0
“This peculiar constitution of our nature”: John Owen’s perception of death, ontology, and the isangeloi0
“Presenting a Book to Orinda”: Anne Twice, Katherine Philips, and John Oldham in New York Public Library, Drexel MS 41750
Diversity, complexity and compromise: first thoughts from the House of Commons 1640–1660 project on the reshaping of the church0
Memorializing the Everyday: The Evidence of the Final Decade of Frances Wolfreston’s Life0
The ambassador and the press: printed diplomatic letters and the entanglement of public and private news provision in the late seventeenth-century Dutch Republic0
The fate of character in Dryden’s theatre of passion0
The constraints of public diplomacy: Don Alonso de Cárdenas in London, 1638–16550
After 1662: ejected ministers and the support for nonconformity, the first decade revisited0
Words and Richard Baxter0
Deluge and disease: plague, the poetry of flooding, and the history of health inequalities in Andrew Marvell’s Hull0
Collective empiricism at the Paris Observatoire in the late seventeenth century0
The Glass Ceiling: Hutchinson and elusive promotion10
Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Hearts0
Performing Gods in Classical Antiquity and the Age of Shakespeare0
The staging of Islam and The Alcoran of Mahomet in Charles Saunders’s Tamerlane the Great and the Restoration politics0
Governors, the Royalist war effort, and power’s personalisation in Northern England, 1642–90
The last witches of England: a tragedy of sorcery and superstition0
The godly lives of Samuel Clarke and the ‘national church’ in the 1650s0
The Daughters of the First Earl of Cork: Writing family, faith, politics and place0
Women who reason in print: blazing worlds and blameless girls in early modern ballads0
When your body is a battlefield: Lucy Hutchinson and the Militarized Womb10
Milton’s logic: the early years0
A Couple of Soles: a Comic Play from Seventeenth-Century China0
Standardising English spelling: the role of printing in sixteenth and seventeenth-century graphemic development0
Religion around John Donne0
Lucy Hutchinson’s Memoirs, François Guizot’s histories of the English revolution, and Henriette Guizot de Witt’s women’s history0
Towards an equality of the sexes in early modern France0
Andrew Marvell: a literary life0
History and Antiquities of Dutch Catholicism in Jacobus de la Torre’s 1656Relatio seu descriptio status religionis Catholicae in Hollandia0
The body and constructive pain: Christ and his compassionate human “witness” in selections from Richard Crashaw’s Steps to the Temple0
“One neighbour will strive to wrong another”: The dangers of London presented in Seventeenth-Century broadside Ballads0
Painting, poetry, and music in Nicholas Lanier’s ‘Hero’s Lament to Leander’0
The Rule of Manhood: Tyranny, Gender, and Classical Republicanism in England, 1603-16600
Memorials of Queen Elizabeth I in early Stuart London0
The Church of Ireland power and distance in the early-seventeenth-century Atlantic0
Andrew Marvell and the Dutch fifth column: new evidence from a copy of Mr Smirke with authorial annotations0
Dorothy Parsons of Birr: writing, networks, identity, 1640–16700
Recasting and Refashioning the Tower of London in Milton’s Eikonoklastes and Paradise Lost0
Exceptional bodies in early modern culture: concepts of monstrosity before the advent of the normal0
Margaret Cavendish: Philosophical Letters, abridged0
Dignified Retreat: writers and intellectuals in the age of Richelieu0
Books received 20220
“We ought to obey God rather then men”: John Rogers’s millenarian hermeneutics and legal reform in 16530
“InItalianhand”: melancholy, gender and bibliographical codes in commemorative text0
England’s Islands in a Sea of Troubles0
Master or Handmaid?: Dryden’s view of the New Science in Annus Mirabilis0
The first Scottish Enlightenment: rebels, priests, and history0
The lost funeral Sermon of George Villiers, first Duke of Buckingham (d. 1628), discovered0
The mass market for history paintings in seventeenth-century Amsterdam: production, distribution, and consumption0
Calvinist conformity in post-reformation England: the theology and career of Daniel Featley0
Infinite Variety: literary invention, theology, and the disorder of kinds, 1688-17300