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Angela J. McShane Jones <email@example.com>
University of Warwick
I am currently working on the Political World of the Broadside Ballad in England form 1640 - 1689, I have also been pursuing lines of enquiry coming from that into popular perceptions of monarchy, fashion and political drinking rituals. I plan to make future enquiry into popular conceptions of the political body and expand my popular print interests 'upwards' into the world of the cheap pamphlet.
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Angela June McShane Jones
University College of Wales, Aberystwyth B.A. HONS. History
University of Leicester,
University of Warwick, History Department:
Supervisor: Professor Bernard Capp
Thesis title: 'The Political World of the Broadside Ballad, 1640 – 1689'
Submission Date- September 2004
University of Warwick, Department of History October 2003 – June 2004
Lecturer in Early Modern English and European History
University College Northampton, History Division: September 2002 – April 2003
Lecturer in Early Modern English and European History:
University of Warwick, Centre for Lifelong Learning: October 1998 – July 2003
Director of University of Warwick Certificate in Historical Studies,
‘Revealing Mary’, History Today (March, 2004).
‘‘England’s Darling’ or ‘Senseless Loon’: Hero and Villain, the Ballading Battle for the Image of Monmouth’ in George, C., and Sutherland, J., eds. Heroes and Villains: The Creation and Propagation of an Image (Centre of Seventeenth Century Studies, University of Durham, 2004)
‘Roaring Royalists and Ranting Brewers: the politicisation of Drink and Drunkenness in Political Broadside Ballads 1640 –1689’ in Adam Smyth (ed.), A Pleasing Sinne - Drink and Conviviality in 17th Century England (Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell and Brewer, 2004).
‘‘The Gazet in Metre; or The Rhiming Newsmonger’: The Broadside Ballad as Intelligencer. A New Narrative’, in Joop W. Koopmans ed., News and Politics in Early Modern Europe (1500-1800), Groningen Studies in Cultural Change vol. 19 (forthcoming, Leuven, 2005).
‘The Virtuous Cavalier and the Vicious Roundhead? The Battle over Virtue and Vice in Political Broadside Ballads, 1640 – 1660’ Delivered to Social History Society Annual Conference, ‘Vice and Virtue’, UMIST, Manchester, 5th January, 2002;
‘Political Pop. Music in the Stuart Era’. Delivered to The Historical Association, Northampton Branch, 11th February, 2003.