Professor Justin Champion

  1. Article › Research › Peer-reviewed
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    Religion after the Restoration

    Champion, J., 1993, In: The Historical Journal. 36, p. 423-430

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    Religion's safe, with priestcraft is the war? Augustan anticlericalism and the legacy of the English revolution, 1660-1720

    Champion, J., 2000, In: The European Legacy. 5, p. 547-561

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    Seeing the past: Simon Schama's A History of Britain

    Champion, J., 2002, In: Reviews in History. December

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    Seeing the past: Simon Schama's A History of Britain

    Champion, J., 2003, In: History Workshop Journal. 56, p. 153-174

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    'Socinianism truly stated': John Toland, Jean Leclerc and the eighteenth-century reception of Grotius's de veritate

    Champion, J., 2012, In: Grotiana. 33, 1, p. 119-143 24 p.

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    The man who fell to earth

    Champion, J., 2003, In: BBC History Magazine. September, p. 34-37

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    Toland and the Traité des trois imposteurs c1709-1718

    Champion, J., 1990, In: International Archives of the History of Ideas. 148, p. 333-356

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    What are historians for?

    Champion, J., 2008, In: Historical Research. 81, 211, p. 167-188

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  10. Chapter › Research
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    "Anglia libera": commonwealth politics in the early years of George I

    Champion, J., 2005, Cultures of Whiggism. Womersley, D. (ed.). University of Delaware Press, p. 86-107

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    "Most truly a protestant": reading Bayle in England, 1698-1722

    Champion, J., 2004, Pierre Bayledans la republique deslettres. Religion, critique, Philosophie. Mckenna, A. & Paganini, G. (eds.). Paris: Honore Champion, p. 503-526

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    '"The Kingdom of darkness": Hobbes and heterodoxy.'

    Champion, J., 2012, The intellectual consequences of religious heterodoxy 1600-1750 . Robertson, J. & Mortimer, S. (eds.). Leiden: Brill, p. 95-120 25 p.

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    "The Leviathan heretical": Thomas Hobbes and the restoration debate on toleration

    Champion, J., 2006, Literature and Heresy in Early Modern English Culture. Marshall, J. & Loewenstein, D. (eds.). Cambridge University Press, p. 21-253

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    ‘Anglia Libera’: commonwealth politics in the early years of George I

    Champion, J. & Womersley, D. (ed.), 2005, D. Womersley (ed) Cultures of Whiggism. Newark, NJ, p. 86-107

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    ‘Mysterious politicks’: land, credit and Commonwealth political economy, 1656-1722

    Champion, J., 12 May 2014, Money and political economy in the Enlightenment. Carey, D. (ed.). Oxford: The Voltaire Foundation, p. 117-162 46 p. (Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment).

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    ‘Private men no pulpit men’: English Socinians, anticlericalism, and arguments for toleration, 1641-1665

    Champion, J., 2016, Duldung religiöser Vielfalt – Sorge um die wahre Religion: Toleranzdebatten in der Frühen Neuzeit. Mulsow, M. & Schroder, W. (eds.). Gotha: University of Erfurt, p. 129-149 21 p.

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  18. Forthcoming

    ‘Syllables governe the world’: Biblical criticism, erudition and heterodoxy from Hobbes to Toland.

    Champion, J., 2015, (Accepted/In press) Insular Christianity. Armstrong, R. (ed.). Dublin

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    ‘The Empire of Reason’: the Electress Sophia, politics, religion and liberty, c.1701-1717

    Champion, J., 2014, The Hanoverian Succession. Asch, R. (ed.). The Historische Kommission für Niedersachsen

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    ‘To know the edition’: erudition and polemic in eighteenth century clerical culture

    Champion, J., 2004, The making of Marsh’s Library. Hayton, D. & McCarthy, M. (eds.). p. 117-145

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    ”Directions for the profitable Reading of the Holy Scriptures”: biblical criticism and clerical learning, c 1650-1720

    Champion, J., 2006, Biblical Criticism in Early Modern Europe. Hessayon, A. & Keene, N. (eds.). Ashgate, p. 208-230

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    Acceptable to inquisitive men: some Simonian contexts for Newton's biblical criticism, 1680-1692

    Champion, J., 1999, Newton and Religion. Force, J. & Popkin, R. H. (eds.). Klewer, p. 77-96

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    Apocrypha, Canon and Criticism from Samuel Fisher to John Toland 1660-1718

    Champion, J., 1999, Judaeo-Christian Intellectual Culture in the Seventeenth century. Coudert, A. O., Hutton, S., Popkin, R. H. & Weiner, G. M. (eds.). Klewer, p. 91-117

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    Apocrypha, canon and criticism from Samuel Fisher to John Toland, 1650-1718

    Champion, J., Coudert, A. P. (ed.), Hutton, S. (ed.), Popkin, R. H. (ed.) & Weiner, G. M. (ed.), Jun 1999, Judaeo-Christian intellectual culture in the seventeenth century: a celebration of the library of Narcissus Marsh, (1638-1713). Dordrecht, Vol. 148. p. 91-117

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    Appendix: Selected manuscripts relating to Nazarenus.

    Champion, J., 1999, Nazarenus or, Jewish, Gentile, and Mahometan Christianity. 1 ed. p. 283-327 (British Deism and free thought; no. 1).

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    Bayle in the English Enlightenment

    Champion, J., 2008, Pierre Bayle (1647-1706), le philosophe de Rotterdam. Van Bunge, W. & Bots, H. (eds.). p. 175-196

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    Benjamin Furly's books

    Champion, J., 2007, Benjamin Furly and his world. Hutton, S. (ed.). Brill, p. 111-148

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