catholics writing the nation in early
Catholics Writing the Nation in Early Modern Britain and Ireland .This book interrogates standard narratives about national identity in early modern England by examining the ways Catholics from the reign of Mary Tudor to the early 17th century contested and shaped discourses of the nation, patriotism, and Englishness. Accused by their opponents of espousing an alien religion, one.catholics writing the nation in early,Catholics Writing the Nation in Early Modern Britain and Ireland .Aug 15, 2008 . Catholics Writing the Nation in Early Modern Britain and Ireland. Christopher Highley. Explores the faultlines within and between the Catholic communities across England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland in the early modern period; Examines a wide range of non-canonical Catholic writing produced mainly in.Catholic Culture - University of Notre DameCatholic Culture in Early Modern England. Edited by. Ronald Corthell,. Frances E. Dolan,. Christopher Highley, and. Arthur F. Marotti. University of Notre Dame Press. Notre Dame . earlier Catholic oppositional narratives, the early-nineteenth-century histo- .. See also Christopher Highley, Catholics Writing the Nation in.