William III & Mary II

C.C. Barfoot, “‘Hey for Praise and Panegyric’: William III and the Political Poetry of Matthew Prior” in Paul Hoftijzer and C.C. Barfoot (eds), Fabrics and Fabrications: The Myth and Making of William and Mary (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1990), pp. 136-188.

Robert Beddard (ed.), The Revolutions of 1688 (Oxford: Clarendon Press 1991).

Tony Claydon, William III and the Godly Revolution (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996).

Eveline Cruickshanks (ed.), By Force or by Default?: The Revolution of 1688-1689 (Edinburgh: John Donald, 1989).

Mary Ede, Arts and Society in England Under William and Mary (London: Stainer and Bell, 1979).

Christopher D. Gabbard, “‘The She-Tyrant Reigns’: Mary II and the Tullia Poems” Restoration 25 (2001), 103-116.

Mark Goldie, “The Revolution of 1689 and the Structure of Political Argument: An Essay and an Annotated Bibliography of Pamphlets” Bulletin of Research in the Humanities 83 (1980), 573-664.

–   –   –    , “The Roots of True Whiggism, 1688-94” History of Political Thought 1 (1980), 195-236.

Tim Harris and Stephen Taylor (eds) The Final Crisis of the Stuart Monarchy: The Revolutions of 1688-91 in their British, Atlantic, and European Contexts (Cambridge: Boydell and Brewer, 2013).

Dale Hoak and Mordechai Feingold (eds), Anglo-Dutch Perspectives on the Revolution of 1688-89 (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1996).

Henry Horwitz, Parliament, Policy, and Politics in the Reign of William III (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1977).

Jonathan I. Israel (ed.), The Anglo-Dutch Moment: Essays on the Glorious Revolution and its World Impact (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991).

Jonathan I. Israel, Ole Peter Grell and Nicholas Tyacke (eds), From Persecution to Toleration: the Glorious Revolution and Religion in England (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1991).

Robert P. Maccubbin and Martha Hamilton-Phillips (eds), The Age of William III & Mary II: Power, Politics, and Patronage, 1688-1702 (Williamsburg : College of William and Mary, 1989).

Esther Mijers and David Onnekink (eds), Redefining William III: The Impact of the King-Stadholder in International Context (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007).

Elaine Anderson Phillips, “Creating Queen Mary: Textual Representations of Queen Mary II” Restoration 37 (2013) 61-75.

Steven Pincus, 1688: The First Modern Revolution (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2009).

Richard Price, “An Incomparable Lady: Queen Mary II’s Share in the Government of England, 1689-94” Huntington Library Quarterly 75 (2012), 307-326.

Lois G. Schwoerer, The Declaration of Rights, 1689 (Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1981).

–   –   –            , “Images of Queen Mary II, 1689-95” Renaissance Quarterly 42 (1989), 717-48.

–   –   –            , “The Glorious Revolution as Spectacle: A New Perspective” in Stephen B. Baxter (ed.) England’s Rise to Greatness, 1660-1763 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1983), pp. 109-150.

–   –   –            , “Propaganda in the Revolution of 1688-89” American Historical Review 82 (1977), 843-74.

Lois G. Schwoerer (ed.) The Revolution of 1688-89: Changing Perspectives (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992).

Scott Sowerby, Making Toleration: The Repealers and the Glorious Revolution (Cambridge, MA.: Harvard University Press, 2013).

W.A. Speck, Reluctant Revolutionaries: Englishmen and the Revolution of 1688 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1988).

M.P. Thompson, “The Idea of Conquest in Controversies Over the 1688 Revolution” Journal of the History of Ideas 38 (1977), 33-46.

Wout Troost , William III, the Stadholder-king: A Political Biography, trans. J.C. Grayson (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005).

Abigail Williams, Poetry and the Creation of a Whig Literary Culture, 1678-1714 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005).

Arthur S. Williams, “Panegyric Decorum in the Reigns of William III and Anne” Journal of British Studies 21 (1981), 56-67.