Professor Bernard Capp FBA

History

Elected 2005

UK Fellow
2005
History

My research focuses on early modern English history, especially in the period 1560-1700, and ranges widely across social, cultural, religious, political and maritime aspects. I am currently completing a book on sibling relationships in the early modern period. Major publications England's Culture Wars: Puritan Reformation and its Enemies in the Interregnum, 1649-1660 (OUP 2012). 'The Religious Marketplace: Public Disputations in Civil War and Interregnum England', English Historical Review, 536 (2014) '"Jesus Wept" but did the Englishman? Masculinity and Emotion in Early Modern England', Past and Present, 224 (2014)

Current post

Emeritus Professor of History, University of Warwick

Past appointments

University of Warwick Emeritus Professor of History

Oct 2010 -

University of Warwick Professor of History

Jan 1994 - Jan 2010

University of Warwick Professor of History, University of Warwick

Jan 1994 - Sep 2010

University of Warwick Professor of History, University of Warwick

Jan 1994 -

University of Warwick Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Reader in History

Jan 1968 - Jan 1994

University of Warwick Lecturer, Senior Lecturer and Reader

Jan 1968 - Jan 1994

Publications

When Gossips Meet. Women, Family and Neighbourhood in Early Modern England 2003, 2004

Cromwell's Navy. The Fleet and the English Revolution 1648-1660 1989, 1992

Astrology and the Popular Press. English Almanacs 1500-1800 1979

England's Culture Wars: Puritan Reformation and its Enemies in the Interregnum, 1649-1660 2012

'The Religious Marketplace: Public Disputations in Civil War and Interregnum England' 2014, English Historical Review, 536

Jesus Wept but did the Englishman? Masculinity and Emotion in Early Modern England 2014, Past and Present, 224

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