Riotous Assemblies: Popular Protest in Hanoverian England

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'Riotous Assemblies' examines 18th & early 19th century England through the lens of popular disorder. This book pays particular attention to disturbances in the years between 1795 and 1812, examining how far they indicated the discontinuities discerned by earlier histories of protest.

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Adrian Randall read Medieval and Modern History at the University of Birmingham and then obtained a Masters in Economic History at the University of Sheffield. He returned to Birmingham to complete a PhD and was appointed to a lectureship in the Department of Economic and Social History there in 1974. He was awarded a Chair in English Social History in 1995 and is currently Dean of Arts and Social Sciences.

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"Riotous Assemblies sets the standard for current scholarship on popular disturbances in early modern England. Its accessibility and attention to historiography makes it particularly well suited for advanced undergraduate and graduate libraries."--Susan Mitchell Sommers, The Historian


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