Dr Jacqueline Rose

Dr Jacqueline Rose

Dr Jacqueline Rose is a Senior Lecturer in History at the University of St Andrews.  Her research focuses in particular on early modern history, especially the ideas and practices of Tudor and Stuart monarchy and the Church of England during the ‘Long Reformation’ of the 1530s to 1700, including discussions of the royal supremacy, religious toleration, and political thought.  She has worked on John Locke’s early religious ideas and is editing some of the Earl of Clarendon’s writings on Catholicism.  Her first book was Godly Kingship in Restoration England: The Politics of the Royal Supremacy, 1660-1688 (Cambridge University Press, 2011); and she is working on a monograph about kingship and counsel in early modern England.  She has edited a volume of essays, The Politics of Counsel in England and Scotland, 1286-1707 (Oxford University Press/British Academy, 2016) and co-edited another with Colin Kidd, Political Advice: Past, Present and Future (forthcoming with IB Tauris/Bloomsbury).