Steven Pincus
Steven Pincus
Professor of History, The University of Chicago
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1688: The first modern revolution
SCA Pincus
Yale University Press, 2009
" Coffee Politicians Does Create": Coffeehouses and Restoration Political Culture
S Pincus
The Journal of Modern History 67 (4), 807-834, 1995
Rethinking the public sphere in early modern England
P Lake, S Pincus
Journal of British Studies 45 (2), 270-292, 2006
Protestantism and Patriotism: Ideologies and the making of English foreign policy, 1650-1668
SCA Pincus
Cambridge University Press, 2002
Neither Machiavellian moment nor possessive individualism: Commercial society and the defenders of the English commonwealth
S Pincus
The American Historical Review 103 (3), 705-736, 1998
The politics of the public sphere in early modern England
P Lake, S Pincus
Manchester University Press, 2007
Rethinking mercantilism: political economy, the British empire, and the Atlantic world in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
S Pincus
The William and Mary Quarterly 69 (1), 3-34, 2012
What really happened during the Glorious Revolution?
SCA Pincus, JA Robinson
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2011
From butterboxes to wooden shoes: the shift in English popular sentiment from anti-Dutch to anti-French in the 1670s
SCA Pincus
The Historical Journal 38 (2), 333-361, 1995
A Nation Transformed: England after the Restoration
A Houston, S Pincus
Cambridge University Press, 2001
Popery, Trade and Universal Monarchy: the ideological context of the outbreak of the Second Anglo-Dutch War
SCA Pincus
English Historical Review, 1-29, 1992
‘To protect English liberties’: The English Nationalist Revolution of 1688-1689
S Pincus
Protestantism and national identity: Britain and Ireland, c, 75-104, 1998
The English debate over universal monarchy
S Pincus
A union for empire: political thought and the British Union of 1707, 37-62, 1995
Protestantism and patriotism
S Pincus
Ideologies and the making of English foreign policy, 1650-1668, 1996
From holy cause to economic interest: The study of population and the invention of the state
S Pincus
A Nation Transformed: England after the Restoration, New York, 2001
England's Glorious Revolution 1688-1689: A Brief History with Documents
SCA Pincus
Macmillan Higher Education, 2005
The State and Civil Society in Early Modern England: Capitalism, Causation and Habermas’s Bourgeois Public Sphere
S Pincus
The Politics of the Public Sphere in Early Modern England, 213-31, 2007
Rethinking Revolutions: a Neo‐Tocquevillian Perspective
S Pincus
The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Politics, 2009
The making of a great power? Universal monarchy, political economy, and the transformation of English political culture
S Pincus
The European Legacy 5 (4), 531-545, 2000
Republicanism, Absolutism, and Universal Monarchy: English Popular Sentiment During the Third Dutch War
SCA Pincus
Culture and Society in the Stuart Restoration: Literature, Drama, History …, 1995
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