Tim harris revolution is yet another take on the glorious revolution of 1688 89 in britain interest in this subject seems to have widened over the past five years edward vallance one of britains most important young historians took a shot at the revolution in his short very readable account of three years ago the glorious revolution. Tim harris is professor of history at brown university rhode island he previously taught for some years at emmanuel college cambridge his last book was the widely praised restoration charles ii and his kingdoms 1660 1685 published simultaneously with revolution in paperback which is a prelude to the current book. Tim harris received his ba ma and phd from cambridge university and was a fellow of emmanuel college from 1983 before moving to brown in 1986 he teaches a wide range of courses in the political religious intellectual social and cultural history of early modern england scotland and ireland. Revolution the great crisis of the british monarchy 1685 1720 by tim harris 622pp allen lane 30 the glorious revolution 1688 britains fight for liberty by edward vallance 372pp little . Over the glorious revolution of 1688 the subject at the centre of tim harriss book there has presided perhaps the most influential work ever to have been written on the english past thomas
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