The World Turned Upside Down, brings together contributions from leading academic historians to explore and explain the people events and ideas, which make this such a fascinating period of British history.

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Contributing editors

Denise Greany

Denise Greany

Contributing Education Editor, Learning and Participation Officer at The National Civil War Centre

Andrew Hopper

Andrew Hopper

Professor of Local and Social History

Ismini Pells

Ismini Pells

Project manager of the Civil War Petitions Project

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Contributors

David J. Appleby

Lecturer in Early Modern British History

David Olusoga OBE

Trinity College, Dublin. University of Manchester

Martyn Bennett

B.A. Ph.D. F.R. Hist. S. Nottingham Trent University Historian

Lloyd Bowen

Reader in Early Modern and Welsh History

Martin CM Bricknell

Lieutenant General (Rtd) CB OStJ PhD DM MBA MA MedSci, Professor of Conflict, Health and Military Medicine

Erica Canela

Erica Canela

Historian and Author

Jessie Childs

Jessie Childs

Award-winning author, broadcaster and historian

Peter Gaunt

Professor of Early Modern History at the University of Chester

J Healey

Jonathan Healey

Associate Professor in Social History Kellogg College, University of Oxford

Ann Hughes

Emerita Professor of Early Modern History

Mark Linnell

Mark Linnell

Chair of The Naseby Battlefield Project

Bethany Marsh

Assistant Head of Sixth Form, Abbot Beyne School

Jane Ohlmeyer

Erasmus Smith's Professor of Modern History

Stephen K. Roberts

Stephen K. Roberts

Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, the Royal Historical Society and the Learned Society of Wales

David L Smith

Fellow and Director of Studies in History, Selwyn College Affiliated Lecturer, Faculty of History

Rik Sowden

Rik Sowden

Historical interpreter, heritage professional and historian

Laura Stewart

Professor in Early Modern History

Ted Vallance

Director of the Graduate School, University of Roehampton

Brodie Waddell

Senior Lecturer in Early Modern History