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Series: Ford Lectures

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Cromwell's Place in History by Samuel Rawson Gardiner1896-97
Township and borough by Frederic William Maitland1897-98
Cromwell's Army: A History of the English Soldier During the Civil Wars, the Commonwealth and the Protectorate by C. H. Firth1900-01
The life and times of Alfred the Great by Charles Plummer1901-02
England in the Mediterranean: A Study of the Rise and Influence of British Power within the Straits, 1603-1713 by Julian Corbett1902-03
English Literature and Society in the Eighteenth Century by Leslie Stephen1903-04
The Church and state in the Middle Ages by Al Smith1905-06
The Roman Occupation Of Britain Being Six Ford Lectures by F. Haverfield1906-07
The Disappearance of the Small Landowner by Arthur H. Johnson1908-09
The Place Of The Reign Of Edward II In English History by T. F. Tout1912-13
The Times of Saint Dunstan by J. Armitage Robinson1922-23
Prejudice and Promise in Fifteenth Century England by Charles Lethbridge Kingsford1923-24
The Age of Grey and Peel by H. W. Carless Davis1925-26
Stephen Langton by F. M. Powicke1926-27
The first century of English feudalism, 1066-1166 by F. M. Stenton1927-28
England and the international policy of the European great powers, 1871-1914 by Alfred Francis Pribram1929-30
The English clergy and their organization in the later Middle Ages by A. Hamilton Thompson1932-33
The Wool Trade in English Medieval History by Eileen Power1938-39
Studies in the public records by V. H. Galbraith1941-42
England and the Continent in the Eighth Century by Wilhelm Levison1942-43
Statesmen and Sea Power by Herbert Richmond1943-44
Obligations of society in the XII and XIII centuries by Austin Lane Poole1944-45
Legislation of Edward I by Theodore F. T. Plucknett1946-47
The Episcopal Colleagues of Archbishop Thomas Becket by David Knowles1948-49
King Richard III and the Politicians by Richard Pares1951-52
The Nobility of Later Medieval England by K. B. McFarlane1952-53
From Becket to Langton by C. R. Cheney1954-55
The Trouble Makers by A. J. P. Taylor1955-56
From Sheldon to Secker; aspects of English church history, 1660-1768 by Norman Sykes1958-59
The Making of Victorian England by G. Kitson Clark1959-60
The Second Century of the English Parliament by Goronwy Edwards1960-61
Intellectual Origins of the English Revolution by Christopher Hill1961-62
William the Conqueror: The Norman Impact Upon England by David C. Douglas1962-63
Reaction and Reconstruction in English Politics 1832-1852 by Norman Gash1963-64
The Growth of Political Stability in England 1675-1725 by J. H. Plumb1965-66
The Becket Conflict and the Schools: A Study of the Intellectuals in the Twelfth Century by Beryl Smalley1966-67
Conservative Party from Peel to Churchill by Robert Blake1967-68
Queen Elizabeth and the revolt of the Netherlands by Charles Wilson1968-69
Early Germanic Kingship in England and on the Continent by J. M. Wallace-Hadrill1969-70
Continental Commitment: The Dilemma of British Defence Policy in the Era of the Two World Wars by Michael Howard1970-71
Policy and Police: The Enforcement of the Reformation in the Age of Thomas Cromwell by G. R. Elton1971-72
The English peasantry in the later Middle Ages by R. H. Hilton1972-73
The Decline, Revival and Fall of the British Empire by John Gallagher1973-74
Revolution Principles: The Politics of Party 1689-1720 by J. P. Kenyon1975-76
The Anglo-Norman Era in Scottish History by G. W. S. Barrow1976-77
Culture and Anarchy in Ireland, 1890-1939 by F. S. L. Lyons1977-78
The Religion of Protestants: The Church in English Society 1559-1625 by Patrick Collinson1978-79
Alcuin: Achievement and Reputation by Donald A. Bullough1979-80
Britain and the Vatican during the Second World War by Owen Chadwick1980-81
Stress and Stability in Late Eighteenth-Century Britain: Reflections on the British Avoidance of Revolution: The Ford Lectures 1984 by Ian R. Christie1983-84
Marriage, Debt, and the Estates System: English Landownership, 1650-1950 by John Habakkuk1984-85
Nineteenth-Century Britain: England, Scotland and Wales: The Making of a Nation by Keith Robbins1986-87
The Causes of the English Civil War by Conrad Russell1987-88
Living and Dying in England, 1100-1540: The Monastic Experience by Barbara Harvey1988-89
Public life and the propertied Englishman, 1689-1798 by Paul Langford1989-90
A Freeborn People: Politics and the Nation in Seventeenth-Century England by David Underdown1991-92
Gentrification and the Enterprise Culture: Britain 1780-1980 by F. M. L. Thompson1993-94
From Reformation to Improvement: Public Welfare in Early Modern England by Paul Slack1994-95
The First English Empire: Power and Identities in the British Isles 1093-1343 by R. R. Davies1997-98
The Ends of Life: Roads to Fulfillment in Early Modern England by Keith Thomas1999-00
An Age of Transition?: Economy and Society in England in the Later Middle Ages by Christopher Dyer2000-01
The Origins of the English Parliament, 924-1327 by J. R. Maddicott2003-04
When God Took Sides: Religion and Identity in Irish History: Unfinished History by Marianne Elliott2004-05

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Books based on "Ford's Lectures in British History" given at Oxford University. Order is the academic year for the annually elected Ford's Lecturer in British History who has the honor of giving the lectures.

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