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Bringing together contributions from political, cultural, and literary historians, Leadership and Elizabethan Culture identifies distinctive problems confronting early modern English government during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.
This diverse group of contributors examines local elites and church leadership, explores the queen, her councillors, as well as her struggles with Mary Stuart and Robert Devereux, earl of Essex, raises questions about Elizabeth's leadership, and the advice she received as well as the advice she rejected.
Selected, influential works by Shakespeare, Marlowe, Jonson, Sidney, and Bacon are put in their Elizabethan and contemporary critical contexts, rounding off the study of Elizabethan culture and projecting forward to the images of leadership that form a conspicuous part of the Elizabethan legacy.
Jepson School of Leadership Studies
Leadership Studies | Literature in English, British Isles | Sociology of Culture
Kaufman, Peter Iver., ed. Leadership and Elizabethan Culture. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
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Edited By: Peter Iver Kaufman
This title is part of the Jepson Studies in Leadership Book Series
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