Early Modern Period


H. Matheson-Pollock, J. Paul, C. Fletcher (2018). Queenship and Counsel in Early Modern Europe. Springer. 

C. Fletcher (2015). Diplomacy in Renaissance Rome The Rise of the Resident Ambassador. Cambridge University Press. 

C. Fletcher (2012). Our Man in Rome Henry VIII and his Italian Ambassador. Random House. 

G. Phillips (1999). The Anglo-Scots Wars 1513-1550. Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer Incorporated. 

Book Chapters

C. Fletcher (2018). The Ladies’ Peace Revisited: Gender, counsel and diplomacy. In: Queenship and Counsel in Early Modern Europe. Palgrave Macmillan, 

C. Fletcher (2014). Mere emulators of Italy: The Spanish in Italian diplomatic discourse, 1492-1550. In: The Spanish Presence in Sixteenth-Century Italy: Images of Iberia. Ashgate, 

C. Fletcher (2013). Performing Henry at the court of Rome. In: Henry VIII and the Court: Art, Politics and Performance. Ashgate.

G. Phillips (2012). Scotland in the age of the military revolution, 1488-1560. EM. Spiers, JA. Crang, MJ. Strickland. In: A Military History of Scotland. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp.182-208. 

G. Phillips (2007). ‘”Of Nimble Service”: Technology, Equestrianism and the Cavalry Arm of Early Modern European Armies,”. In: Warfare in Early Modern Europe 1450-1660. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp.21-58.

Journal Articles

C. Fletcher, JM. DeSilva (2010). Italian Ambassadorial Networks in Early Modern Europe—An Introduction. Journal of Early Modern History. 14(6), pp.505-512. 

C. Fletcher (2010). War, Diplomacy and Social Mobility: The Casali Family in the Service of Henry VIII. Journal of Early Modern History. 14(6), pp.559-578. 

C. Fletcher (2009). ‘Furnished with gentlemen’: the ambassador’s house in sixteenth-century Italy. Renaissance Studies. 

G. Phillips (2002). ‘Of Nimble Service’: Technology, Equestrianism and the Cavalry Arm of Early Modern Western European Armies. War & Society. 20(2), pp.1-21.

G. Phillips (2001). To cry Home, Home!: Mutiny, morale and indiscipline in Tudor armies. JOURNAL OF MILITARY HISTORY. 65(2), pp.313-332.

G. Phillips (2000). “Irish Ceatharnaigh in English Service, 1544-1550 and the development of ‘Gaelic Warfare’,”. Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research. 78, pp.163-172.

G. Phillips (1999). Longbow and hackbutt – Weapons technology and technology transfer in early modern England. TECHNOLOGY AND CULTURE. 40(3), pp.576-593. 

G. Phillips (1999). “Strategy and its Limits; The Anglo-Scots Wars 1480-1550,” , 6 (1999), pp.396-416. War in History. 6, pp.396-416. 

G. Phillips (1998). In the shadow of Flodden: Tactics, technology and Scottish military effectiveness, 1513-1550. SCOTTISH HISTORICAL REVIEW. 77(204), pp.162-182.

G. Phillips (1997). The Army of Henry VIII: A Reassessment. Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research. 75, pp.8-22.