Dr Ian W. Archer: List of publications

Showing 1 to 53 of 53 publications
show filters

Latins and Greeks in the Venetian Colonies of the Eastern Mediterranean

'Royal Entries, the City of London, and the Politics of Stuart Successions'


The Lord Mayors’ Shows, Processions, and Civic Culture, 1550-1700

Elizabethan chroniclers and parliament

Records of Early English Drama: Civic London to 1558, ed. Anne Lancashire

The History of the Haberdashers' Company

Sheila Sweetinburgh (ed.), Negotiating the Political in Northern European Urban Society, c. 1400 – c. 1600. Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and Renaissance 38. Tempe, Arizona: Brepols, 2013. ix + 227pp. 9 figures. €55.00 hbk.

The Singularities of London, 1578

The Album Amicorum & the London of Shakespeare's Time. By June Schlueter. (London, England: The British Library, 2011. Pp. xiii, 210. $65.00.)

Matthew Davies and James A. Galloway (eds.), London and Beyond. Essays in Honour of Derek Keene. London: University of London, School of Advanced Study, Institute of Historical Research, 2012. xviii + 373pp. 28 figures. 23 tables. Bibliography. £40.00.

Marjorie Keniston McIntosh. Poor Relief in England, 1350–1600. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012. xiii + 352 pp. $99. ISBN: 978–1–107–01508–1.

Politics and the Paul's Cross sermons, 1558–1642. By Mary Morrissey. Pp. xiv + 257 incl. 3 ills. New York–Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011. £60. 978 0 19 957176 5

The Oxford Handbook of Holinshed's Chronicles


Social Order and Disorder

The City of London and the Ulster Plantation

English Historical Documents.

Rhetorics of metropolitan incorporation. The dialogue between City and Crown in Elizabethan London

London Calling! Lost Londons Change, Crime and Control in the Capital City, 1550-1660

The City of London and the Theatre

Conspicuous Consumption Revisited: City and the Court in the Reign of Elizabeth I

City and Court Connected: The Material Dimensions of Royal Ceremonial. ca. 1480-1640

Hospitals in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century England

"Civic Culture" in later medieval and early modern London

London and Westminster

'Paul Bayning', 'Thomas Cure', 'Robert Dowe', 'Walter Fish', 'John Isham' and 'David Smith'

Religion, politics, and society in sixteenth-century England. Edited by Ian W. Archer (with Simon Adams, G. W. Bernard, Mark Greengrass, Paul E. J. Hammer and Fiona Kisby). (Camden 5th ser., 22.) Pp. xi+282. Cambridge: Cam...

Discourses of History in Elizabethan and Early Stuart London

Dame Mary Weld

Religion, Politics, and Society in Sixteenth-Century England

John Stow, Citizen and Historian

The Haberdashers' Company in the Later Twentieth Century

The Pursuit of Stability: Social Relations in Elizabethan London

The Charity of Early Modern Londoners

The Livery Companies and Charity

The Burden of Taxation on Sixteenth-Century London

The Government of London, 1500-1650

Government in Early Modern London: the Challenge of the Suburbs

The Arts and Acts of Memorialization in Early Modern London 1598-1720

Tudor England: An Encyclopaedia

Popular politics in 16th and early 17th century London

Social networks in Restoration London: the evidence from Pepys diary

Material Londoners

Politics and Government, c1540 - 1700

Shakespeare's London

The 1590s: Apotheosis or Nemesis of the Elizabethan Regime?

The Nostalgia of John Stow

Responses to Alien Immigrants in London, c1400-1650

Patronage and Clientage in Elizabethan London

The History of the Haberdashers' Company

The London Lobbies in the Later Sixteenth Century

Hugh Alley's caveat the markets of London in 1598