sets the standard for current scholarship on popular disturbances in early modern England. Its accessibility and attention to historiography makes it particularly well suited for advanced undergraduate and graduate libraries."--Susan Mitchell Sommers, The Historian
About the Author
Adrian Randall read Medieval and Modern History at the University of Birmingham and then obtained a Masters in Economic History at the University of Sheffield. He returned to Birmingham to complete a PhD and was appointed to a lectureship in the Department of Economic and Social History there in 1974. He was awarded a Chair in English Social History in 1995 and is currently Dean of Arts and Social Sciences.