Albion

Dedicated to exploring modern English identity and culture, Albion is a biannual public service magazine. Albion includes articles on society and art, book reviews, movie reviews, and music reviews.

Articles from Vol. 36, No. 3, Fall

A Prospectus for a "New" Constitutional History of Early Modern England (1)
The study of English constitutional history has fallen on hard times. Once an intellectually thriving field, constitutional history now conjures up visions of bad tweed and bow ties coupled with dryly-legalistic discussions of statutes, charters, parliamentary...
Heretic Hunting beyond the Seas: John Brett and His Encounter with the Marian Exiles
The story of beleaguered Protestants who fled to the continent during the reign of Mary Tudor in the 1550s is well-known, but less familiar is the attempt by the queen and her representatives to order some of those exiles apprehended and brought back...
The Ecclesia Anglicana Goes to War: Prayers, Propaganda, and Conquest during the Reign of Edward I of England, 1272-1307
It is widely accepted by scholars that the Hundred Years' War, in general, and the reign of King Edward III of England (1327-1377), in particular, witnessed a crucial stage in the development of state sponsored propaganda efforts to mobilize the nation...
Women Preachers in the Bible Christian Connexion*
In 1862 Mary O'Bryan Thorne, daughter of the founder of the Bible Christian Connexion and a Bible Christian local preacher, wrote in her diary: "At our East Street anniversary I spoke at 11, and Serena [her daughter] at 2:30 and 6; one was converted...