Professor Jackie Eales


NameProfessor Jackie Eales
Job titleEmeritus Professor
Research instituteSchool Of Humanities And Education Studies

Research outputs

Religion in times of war and Republic, 1642-1660

Eales, J. 2017. Religion in times of war and Republic, 1642-1660. in: Hiscock, A. and Wilcox, H. (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Early Modern Literature and Religion Oxford Oxford University Press. pp. 84-101

Anne and Thomas Fairfax and the Vere connection

Eales, J. 2014. Anne and Thomas Fairfax and the Vere connection. in: Hopper, A. and Major, P. (ed.) England's Fortress: New Perspectives on Thomas, 3rd Lord Fairfax Farnham, Surrey Ashgate. pp. 145-168

Female literacy and the social identity of the clergy family in seventeenth-century England

Eales, J. 2013. Female literacy and the social identity of the clergy family in seventeenth-century England. Archaeologia Cantiana. 133, pp. 67-81.

17th century Canterbury travellers and collectors: the context of the Bargrave Collection

Eales, J. 2008. 17th century Canterbury travellers and collectors: the context of the Bargrave Collection.

National political culture and provincial preaching as a point of contact in early modern England

Eales, J. 2008. National political culture and provincial preaching as a point of contact in early modern England.

Thomas Traherne and royalism: influences and networks

Eales, J. 2008. Thomas Traherne and royalism: influences and networks.

Thomas Wilson and parliament

Eales, J. 2008. Thomas Wilson and parliament.

Forty Years on: Alan Everitt and the community of Kent revisited

Eales, J. 2012. Forty Years on: Alan Everitt and the community of Kent revisited. in: Eales, J. and Hopper, A. (ed.) The County Community in 17th Century England and Wales Hatfield University of Hertfordshire Press.

The clergy and allegiance at the outbreak of the English Civil Wars: the case of John Marston of Canterbury

Eales, J. 2012. The clergy and allegiance at the outbreak of the English Civil Wars: the case of John Marston of Canterbury. Archaeologia Cantiana. 132, pp. 83-109.

The county community in seventeenth-century England and Wales

Eales, J. and Hopper, A. (ed.) 2012. The county community in seventeenth-century England and Wales. Hatfield University of Hertfordshire Press.

Women, patriarchy and personal piety in early modern England

Eales, J. 2000. Women, patriarchy and personal piety in early modern England.

Women and chess from N.P. Gerbanyevskaya to Judit Polgar, 1860-1990

Eales, J. 1999. Women and chess from N.P. Gerbanyevskaya to Judit Polgar, 1860-1990.

Kent in the English Civil Wars 1640-1649

Eales, J. 2009. Kent in the English Civil Wars 1640-1649.

Commemorating the 6th of August: The Jesus Day Assize Sermons in Exeter Cathedral

Eales, J. 2009. Commemorating the 6th of August: The Jesus Day Assize Sermons in Exeter Cathedral.

"So many sects and schisms": religion in Kent, 1640-1660

Eales, J. 2006. "So many sects and schisms": religion in Kent, 1640-1660. in: Durston, C. and Maltby, J. (ed.) Religion in Revolutionary England Manchester University Press. pp. 226-248

Provincial preaching and allegiance in the First English Civil War, 1640-1646

Eales, J. 2002. Provincial preaching and allegiance in the First English Civil War, 1640-1646. in: Cogswell, T., Cust, R. and Lake, P. (ed.) Politics, Religion and Popularity in Early Stuart Britain: Early Stuart Essays in Honour of Conrad Russell Cambridge University Press. pp. 185-210

Patriarchy, puritanism and politics: The letters of Lady Brilliana Harley (1598-1643)

Eales, J. 2001. Patriarchy, puritanism and politics: The letters of Lady Brilliana Harley (1598-1643). in: Daybell, J. and Brown, C. (ed.) Women's Letters and Letter Writing in England, 1450-1700 London Palgrave. pp. 143-158

An ancient mother in our Israel: Mary, Lady Vere

Eales, J. 2010. An ancient mother in our Israel: Mary, Lady Vere. in: Harris, J. and Scott-Baumann, E. (ed.) The Intellectual Culture of Puritan Women, 1558-1680 Basingstoke, UK Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 84-95

Kent and the English Civil Wars, 1640-1649

Eales, J. 2008. Kent and the English Civil Wars, 1640-1649. The Journal of Kent History. 66, pp. 2-5.

Kent in the Civil Wars and Commonwealth, 1642-1660

Eales, J. 2004. Kent in the Civil Wars and Commonwealth, 1642-1660. in: Lawson, T. and Killingray, D. (ed.) An Historical Atlas of Kent Chichester Phillimore.

Community and disunity: Kent and the English Civil Wars, 1640-1649

Eales, J. 2001. Community and disunity: Kent and the English Civil Wars, 1640-1649. Whitstable, UK Keith Dickson Books.

Kent and the English Civil Wars, 1640-1660

Eales, J. 2001. Kent and the English Civil Wars, 1640-1660. in: Lansberry, F. (ed.) Government and Politics in Kent 1640-1914 Woodbridge, Suffolk Boydell and Brewer. pp. 1-32

Politics and ideology in Kent, 1558-1640

Eales, J. 2000. Politics and ideology in Kent, 1558-1640. in: Zell, M. (ed.) Early Modern Kent, 1540-1640 Suffolk, UK Boydell and Brewer.

The rise of ideological politics in Kent, 1558-1640

Eales, J. 2000. The rise of ideological politics in Kent, 1558-1640. in: Zell, M. (ed.) Early Modern Kent, 1540-1640 Woodbridge, Suffolk Boydell and Brewer. pp. 279-314

Women in Early Modern England, 1500-1700

Eales, J. 1998. Women in Early Modern England, 1500-1700. London, UK Routledge.

The culture of English Puritanism, 1560-1700

Durston, C. and Eales, J. (ed.) 1996. The culture of English Puritanism, 1560-1700. London, UK Macmillan.

A road to revolution: The continuity of Puritanism, 1559-1642

Eales, J. 1996. A road to revolution: The continuity of Puritanism, 1559-1642. in: Durston, C. and Eales, J. (ed.) The Culture of English Puritanism, 1560-1700 London, UK Macmillan. pp. 184-209

Thomas Pierson and the transmission of the moderate Puritan tradition

Eales, J. 1995. Thomas Pierson and the transmission of the moderate Puritan tradition. Midland History. 20, pp. 75-102.

Iconoclasm, iconography and the altar in the English civil war

Eales, J. 1992. Iconoclasm, iconography and the altar in the English civil war. in: Wood, D. (ed.) The Church and the Arts: Papers read at the 1990 Summer Meeting and the 1991 Winter Meeting of the Ecclesiastical History Society Oxford, UK; Cambridge Mass., USA Blackwell.

Samuel Clarke and the lives of godly women in seventeenth century England

Eales, J. 1990. Samuel Clarke and the lives of godly women in seventeenth century England. in: Sheils, W. and Wood, D. (ed.) Women in the Church Oxford Blackwell.

Puritans and Roundheads: the Harleys of Brampton Bryan and the outbreak of the English civil war

Eales, J. 1990. Puritans and Roundheads: the Harleys of Brampton Bryan and the outbreak of the English civil war. Cambridge, New York Cambridge University Press.

Sir Robert Harley, K. B., (1579-1656) and the 'character' of a puritan

Eales, J. 1989. Sir Robert Harley, K. B., (1579-1656) and the 'character' of a puritan. British Library Journal. 15, pp. 134-157.
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