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Ridings, rough music and the reform of popular culture in early modern England.

Martin Ingram

Ridings, rough music and the reform of popular culture in early modern England.

by Martin Ingram

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford .
Written in English


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Photocopy of: Past and present, no.105, (1984), pp.79-113.

Other titlesPast and present.
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Open LibraryOL18350933M

  The status of the bitted, harnessed horse was a low one in early modern England—to be compared to such a beast is a demonstration of inferiority and subjugation. To think anything else is to be naïve about the realities of horse management in the period and is to be naïve about the realities of the exploitation of horses and other mammals Cited by: 1. Foucault, Stone, Shakespeare and Social History Foucault, Stone, Shakespeare and Social History CRESSY, DAVID Footnotes 1. For bibliography and cricicism, see Jean E. Howard, “ The New Historicism in Renaissance Studies,” English Literary Renaissance 16 (), 13 – 43 ; Louis Montrose, “ Renaissance Literary Studies and the Subject of History,” English.

See Martin Ingram, Ridings, Rough Music and the “Reform of Popular Culture” in Early Modern England, PAST &PRES (). Anonymous, () 88 Eng. Rep. , (K.B.). Such libels could of course be committed by printing, Carr v. Hood, () Eng. Rep. n.* (Nisi Prius) (engraving of plaintiff as “a man of. ch. 8; Ingram, ‘Ridings, Rough Music and the “Reform of Popular Culture” in Early Modern England’, PP,(),79–;Stone, RoadtoDivorce ;Stone, UncertainUnionsandBroken Lives: Marriage and Divorce in England – (Oxford, ); Joanne Bailey, ‘Breaking.

Martin Ingram, ‘Ridings, Rough Music and the ‘Reform of Popular Culture’ in Early Modern England’, Past and Present, Vol. (), Roger A. Ekirch, ‘Bound for America: a profile of British convicts transported to the colonies, ’, William and Mary Quarterly, Vol. 42 (). Ingram, M., ‘Ridings, rough music and the ‘reform of popular culture’ in early modern England ’, P+P (). Kaplan, S.L., Understanding Popular Culture. Europe from the Middle Ages to the. Nineteenth Century (Berlin, ). Karant-Nunn, S., The Reformation of Ritual. An Interpretation of Early Modern.


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Ridings, rough music and the reform of popular culture in early modern England by Martin Ingram Download PDF EPUB FB2

RIDINGS, ROUGH MUSIC AND THE "REFORM OF POPULAR CULTURE" IN EARLY MODERN ENGLAND* PETER BURKE HAS ARGUED THAT, BETWEEN THE FIFTEENTH AND THE eighteenth centuries, Europe experienced a set of politico-cultural changes aptly summed up in the phrase "the reform of popular culture".

Many games, calendar rituals and other popular customs. Blog. 13 May Stay connected to your students with Prezi Video, now in Microsoft Teams; 12 May Remote work tips, tools, and advice: Interview with Mandy Fransz. Popular culture in seventeenth-century Bristol / Jonathan Barry Popular religion / Barry Reay The reform of popular culture?: sex and marriage in early modern England / Martin ingram Ridings, rough music and mocking rhymes in early modern England / Martin Ingram popular literature / Bernard Capp The people and the law / James Sharpe Popular.

Martin Ingram, ‘Ridings, Rough Music, and the “Reform of Popular Culture” in Early Modern England’, Past and Present, cv (), pp. 79– CrossRef Google Scholar Martin Ingram, ‘Le Charivari dans 1’Angleterre du XVI e et du XVII e siècle’, in Jaques Le Goff and Jean-Claude Schmitt (eds), Le Charivari: Actes de la table ronde Cited by: 6.

Burke, Peter, Popular Culture in Early Modern Europe (any edn), Chapter 2: ‘Unity and Variety in Popular Culture’ Ingram, Martin, ‘Ridings, Rough Music and the “Reform of Popular Culture” in Early Modern England’, in: Past & Present (), [ online ]. Introduction: popular culture in early modern England / Barry Reay --Popular culture in seventeeth-century London / Peter Burke --Popular culture in seventeenth-century Bristol / Jonathan Barry --Popular religion / Barry Reay --The reform of popular culture?: sex and marriage in early modern England / Martin ingram --Ridings, rough music and.

Sex and marriage in early modern England / Martin Ingram --Ridings, rough music and mocking rhymes in early modern England / Martin Ingram --Popular literature / Bernard Capp --People and the law / James Sharpe --Popular protest in seventeenth-century England / Buchanan Sharp.

Ingram () ‘Ridings, Rough Music and the “Reform of Popular Culture”’, pp. 79– Google Scholar M. Ingram () ‘“Scolding Women Cucked or Washed”: A Crisis in Gender Relations in Early Modern England’, in J.

Kermode and G. Walker (eds) Women, Crime and the Courts in Early Modern England (Chapel Hill, North Carolina Author: David Nash, Anne-Marie Kilday.

EAGLETON, Terry,The Idea of Culture, Blackwell. HARRIS, Tim,'The problem of "popular political culture" in seventeenth-century London', History of European Ideas, 10, INGRAM, Martin,'Ridings, rough music and the "reform of popular culture" in.

Ingram, 'Ridings, Rough Music and the "Reform of Popular Culture" in Early Modem England', Past and Present, 5 (),and M. Ingram, 'Ridings, Rough Music and Mocking Rhymes in Early Modern England', in Popular Culture in Seventeenth. The courtship and remarriage of a rich widow was a popular motif in early modern comic theatre.

Jennifer Panek brings together a wide variety of texts, from ballads and jest-books to sermons and court records, to examine the staple widow of comedy in her cultural context and to Cited by: Ridings, Rough Music and the 'Reform of Popular Culture' in Early Modern England by Martin Ingram Past & Present () Gender, Household and Community Politics: Women in English Riots by J.

Bohstedt Past & Present () Ballads, Libels and Popular Ridicule in Jacobean England by Adam Fox Past & Present (). Early modern British family life - History bibliographies - in Harvard style Informal Support in Early Modern England - The Journal of Modern History.

In-text: (Ben The Journal of Modern History, 72(2), p Book. Collinson, P., Fletcher, A. and Roberts, P. Religion, culture, and society in early modern Britain - Cambridge.

Popular culture in seventeenth-century Bristol / Jonathan Barry ; Popular religion / Barry Reay ; The reform of popular culture?: sex and marriage in early modern England / Martin ingram ; Ridings, rough music and mocking rhymes in early modern England / Martin Ingram ; popular literature / Bernard Capp ; The people and the law / James Sharpe.

13 Ingram, M., ‘ Ridings, rough music and the “reform of popular culture” in early modern England ’, Past and Present (), 79 –esp. 86–Cited by: This volume answers the need for a book focusing on England (unlike Peter Burke's Popular Culture in Early Modern Europe (), and over a broad time period (unlike Barry Reay's Popular Culture.

A charivari, also variously called a skimmington ride and riding the stang, is a historical folk custom expressing public disapproval of personal behavior.

Domestic violence was a common motive for a charivari. A man who beat his wife in southern England early in the nineteenth century could awaken at night to a noisy crowd, dancing in a frenzy around a bonfire outside his door.

England had a vibrant musical culture in the early modern period. Musical knowledge and awareness was an important part of formal education, but it was also spread through exposure to live music on the streets, in alehouses, and at social occasions. Historian of early modern music Christopher Marsh has argued that this was ‘an age in which.

" 18 Clifford Geertz, The Interpretation of Cultures (New York, ); Martin Ingram, ‘Ridings, Rough Music and the “Reform of Popular Culture” in Early Modern England’, Past and Present, no. (Aug. ).Author: William G. Pooley. An accompaniment by "Rough Music," which was the clanging of pots, pans, and bells with the raucous playing of musical instruments, was central.

Ridings, rough music and the "reform of popular culture" in early modern England. Past and Present,of patriarchal authority in early modern England. In A. Fletcher & J. Martin Ingram, " Ridings, Rough Music and the 'Reform of Popular Culture' in Early Modern England, " Past and Present, (November ), 90; " Ridings, Rough Music and Mocking Rhymes in Early Author: Lee Beier.M.

Ingram, 'Ridings, Rough Music and the 'Reform of Popular Culture in Early Modern England', Past and Present, (), S. L. Kaplan (ed.), Understanding Popular Culture: Europe From the Middle Ages to the Nineteenth Century () (ebook), esp.

chs 3, 5, 7, 9.Popular culture in early modern Europe. See especially Prologue, ch. 2 (pp. ), ch Add to My Ridings, Rough Music and the "Reform of Popula Previous: Popular culture in England, c Library availability.

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