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Mike Braddick was educated at Cambridge University where he took both his BA and PhD degrees. He was Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Alabama and Assistant Professor at Birmingham-Southern College, Alabama before coming to Sheffield in 1990. He has held fellowships from the British Academy, the Nuffield Foundation and a Major Research Fellowship from the Leverhulme Trust. He has also held visiting scholarships at the Huntington Library, California, the Max Planck Institute for European Legal History in Frankfurt, the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, the École des hautes études en sciences sociales, Paris and at the University of Adelaide as an ARC Distinguished Visiting Fellow. He has published widely on aspects of state formation and forms of political resistance in early modern England, the development of the Atlantic world and the early history of the British empire. He is also co-editor of two essay collections and of a major edition of seventeenth century letters. His most recent publications are God's Fury, England's Fire: a new history of the English civil wars and edited collections on The politics of gesture: historical perspectives and The experience of revolution in Stuart Britain and Ireland, the latter co-edited with David L Smith.

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