Stereotypes and stereotyping in early modern England

Politics, culture and society in early modern Britain

General Editors

Professor Alastair Bellany

Dr Alexandra Gajda

Professor Peter Lake

Professor Anthony Milton

Professor Jason Peacey

This important series publishes monographs that take a fresh and challenging look at the interactions between politics, culture and society in Britain between 1500 and the mid-eighteenth century. It counteracts the fragmentation of current historiography through encouraging a variety of approaches which attempt to redefine the political, social and cultural worlds, and to explore their interconnection in a flexible and creative fashion. All the volumes in the series question and transcend traditional interdisciplinary boundaries, such as those between political history and literary studies, social history and divinity, urban history and anthropology. They thus contribute to a broader understanding of crucial developments in early modern Britain.

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Stereotypes and stereotyping in early modern England

Puritans, papists and projectors

Edited by
Koji Yamamoto


Published by Manchester University Press

Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL

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ISBN 978 1 5261 1913 1 hardback

First published 2022

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