New Oxford History of England

The New Oxford History of England is a book series on the history of the British Isles. It was commissioned in 1992 and has produced eleven volumes to date. At least six volumes are still forthcoming.[1] It is the successor to the Oxford History of England (1934–86).

The volumes published or announced for the new series are (as of 2010) as follows:

  • England under the Norman and Angevin Kings, 1075–1225Robert Bartlett (2002), ISBN 9780199251018
  • Plantagenet England, 1225–1360Michael Prestwich (2005), ISBN 9780199226870
  • Shaping the Nation: England, 1360–1461G. L. Harriss (2005), ISBN 9780199211197
  • The Later Tudors: England, 1547–1603 — Penry Williams (1995), ISBN 9780192880444
  • A Land of Liberty? England, 1689–1727 — Julian Hoppit (2002), Paperback: ISBN 9780199251001; Hardcover: ISBN 9780198228424
  • A Polite and Commercial People: England, 1727–1783Paul Langford (1989), ISBN 9780192852533
  • A Mad, Bad, and Dangerous People? England, 1783–1846Boyd Hilton (2006), ISBN 9780199218912
  • The Mid-Victorian Generation, 1846–1886 — K. Theodore Hoppen (1998), ISBN 9780198731993
  • A New England? Peace and War, 1886–1918G. R. Searle (2005), ISBN 9780199284405
  • Seeking a Role: The United Kingdom, 1951–1970Brian Harrison (2009), ISBN 9780198204763
  • Finding a Role? The United Kingdom, 1970–1990 — Brian Harrison (2010), Paperback: ISBN 9780199606122; Hardcover: ISBN 9780199548750

Forthcoming, volumes covering the periods:

  • 400–850 — Not known (allocated to Nicholas Brooks but he died February 2014)
  • 850–1075 — Simon Keynes
  • 1461–1547 — John Watts ("due at the press in 2018")[2]
  • 1603–1642 — Thomas Cogswell and Peter Lake
  • 1642–1689 — Adam Fox and Steven Pincus
  • 1918–1951 — Philip Williamson

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "''New Oxford History of England''". Oup.com. Retrieved 2010-09-27.
  2. ^ "Corpus Christi College Oxford - President and Fellows". www.ccc.ox.ac.uk. Retrieved 2015-11-24.