An interdisciplinary study of Jacobitism. For over seventy years after the ‘Glorious Revolution’ of 1688–90, Jacobitism survived in the face of Whig propaganda. It was sustained through a combination of politics, religious ideology, networking and the visual arts. The outcome of a major project funded by the AHRC Research Institute of Irish and Scottish Studies and the Jacobite Studies Trust, this volume of essays seeks to challenge current views of Jacobite historiography. The focus on migrant communities, commercial and social networking, smuggling and shipping, religious and intellectual support mechanisms, art, architecture and identity will help set the agenda for future generations of Jacobite historians.
|Place of Publication||London|
|Number of pages||288|
|Publication status||Published - Nov 2014|
|Name||Political and Popular Culture in the Early Modern Period|
|Publisher||Pickering and Chatto|
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