The Journal of British Studies

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Research Article

Public Worship and Political Participation in Elizabethan England

Natalie Mears

Natalie Mears is a senior lecturer in early modern British history at the University of Durham. The research for this essay was conducted as part of the project on “British State Prayers, Fasts and Thanksgivings, 1540s to 1940s,” led by Philip Williamson, Stephen Taylor, and Natalie Mears, and funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council grant E007481/1. Dr. Mears would like to thank her coinvestigators and the anonymous readers at the Journal of British Studies for their comments on previous drafts of this essay.