PUBLICATIONS

D. J. Crankshaw, ‘Ecclesiastical Statesmanship in England in the Age of the Reformation’, in D. Wendebourg (ed.), Sister Reformations: The Reformation in Germany and in England (Tubingen, 2010), pp. 271–303

 

D. J. Crankshaw, ‘Chaplains to the Elizabethan Nobility: Activities, Categories and Patterns’, in H. Adlington, T. Lockwood and G. Wright (eds), Chaplains in Early Modern England: Patronage, Literature and Religion (Manchester, 2013), pp. 36–63

 

D. J. Crankshaw (ed.), ‘Queen Elizabeth's Progress to Kent and Canterbury, July–September 1573’ and ‘Queen Elizabeth at Lambeth Palace, March and May 1574’, in E. Goldring et al. (eds), John Nichols’s The Progresses and Public Processions of Queen Elizabeth I: A New Edition of the Early Modern Sources, 5 volumes (Oxford, 2014), II pp. 53–85, 182–8

 

G. W. C. Gross (trans. Ju. S. Frolova), ‘From London to Moscow coronations: perceptions of monarchy’, Systems psychology and sociology, № 2 (26) (2018), pp. 97–110 

 

G. W. C. Gross, ‘Ivan IV and Elizabeth I: The influence of the Tsar’s matrimonial endeavours on the development of Russo-English relations’, RUDN Journal of Russian History, № 4 (18) (2019), pp. 938–61

 

G. W. C. Gross,  ‘Ivan IV and Elizabeth I — a comparative study: personality and politics as seen through their coronations’, 

II INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC-PRACTICAL CONFERENCE "ACTUAL PROBLEMS OF PERSONALITY, EDUCATION AND SOCIETY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES", conference proceedings publication, Moscow (2020), pp. 223–33

Some forthcoming publications

 

D. J. Crankshaw (ed.), Proceedings of the Privy Council of Queen Elizabeth I, 1582–1583, 2 volumes (Woodbridge, 2018)

D. J. Crankshaw and G. W. C. Gross (eds), Reformation Reputations (Basingstoke, 2020)

KING'S COLLEGE LONDON UNIVERSITY

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