Professor John Watts: List of publications

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Butler, James, first earl of Wiltshire and fifth earl of Ormond (1420-1461), magnate

Counsel and the King's Council in England, c.1340-c.1540

Politics, c.1000-1500: Mediation and Communication

The Pressure of the Public on Later Medieval Politics

The Problem of the Personal: Tackling Corruption in Later Medieval England, 1250-1550


Counsel and the King's Council in England, c.1340-c.1540

Some Concluding Thoughts

‘The Empire in Retrospect and Prospect: the Plantagenet Empire and the Continent’

'New Men', 'New Learning' and 'New Monarchy': Personnel and Policy in Royal Government, 1461-1529


Political Society in Later Medieval England A Festschrift for Christine Carpenter


Government and Political Life in England and France, c.1300–c.1500

McFarlane, Transition, Renaissance: England, 1300-1550

King, Lords and Men in Renaissance England: The Poetry of John Skelton

Popular voices in England’s Wars of the Roses, c. 1445 - c. 1485

A Commonwealth of the People: Popular Politics and England's Long Social Revolution, 1066-1649.

Conclusions: poltical crisis and reconstruction in late medieval Engalnd and France

Popular Voices in the Politics of the Wars of the Roses

The Commons in Medieval England

The Commons in Medieval England


“Common Weal” and “Commonwealth”: England’s Monarchical Republic in the Making

Community and Contract in Late Medieval England

The Making of Polities: Europe, 1300–1500

Power and Identity in the Middle Ages: Essays in Memory of Rees Davies

Public or Plebs: the Changing Meaning of 'the Commons', 1381-1549

Usurpation in England: a Paradox of State Growth

Beauchamp, John, first Baron Beauchamp of Powick (c. 1400-1475), nobleman and administrator

Beaumont, John, first Viscount Beaumont (1409?-1460), magnate and courtier

Pole, William de la, first duke of Suffolk (1396-1450), administrator and magnate

Richard of York, third duke of York (1411-1460), magnate and claimant to the English throne

Politics, War and Public Life

Was there a Lancastrian Court?

The Policie in Christen Remes: Bishop Russell's Parliamentary Sermons of 1483-84

Looking for the State in Later Medieval England

Henry VI and the Politics of Kingship

The End of the Middle Ages? England in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries

Ideas, Principles & Politics

A Newe Ffundacion of is Crowne: Monarchy in the Age of Henry VII

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