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The reception of English government propaganda, c.1530-1603

Abstract:

Despite a wealth of scholarship on the Tudors’ printed and visual propaganda, little has been written on how the population received this material. Doubts over how far either media penetrated a largely illiterate society with questionable access to the visual arts have likely been partly responsible, but as studies increasingly disprove these assumptions the need to address this gap becomes more pressing.

After establishing that the governments from Henry VIII to Elizabeth were inte...

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University of Oxford
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HUMS
Department:
History Faculty
Oxford college:
New College
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Harris, J
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AHRC Studentship Award Reference AH/H029516/1
Publication date:
2014
Type of award:
DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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English
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