Publications

The following volumes are published proceedings of past conferences organised by the Society for Court Studies. These publications are still available and can be ordered from the Society () or from the respective publishers (click the appropriate link).

  • Courts and Capitals, 1815-1914 [No. 3 in the series]. Published in The Court Historian, volume 15,1 (June 2010, forthcoming).
    The articles in this issue are based on lectures given at the third joint Society for Court Studies / Victorian Society conference on Courts and Capitals, 1815-1814, held at the Art Workers’ Guild, London on 7 November 2007.
  • Philip Mansel and Torsten Riotte, eds. Monarchy and Exile, from the Winter Queen to Wilhelm II: The Politics of Legitimacy. Palgrave/Macmillan, forthcoming.
    The articles in this volume were given as papers at a Society for Court Studies Conference on Monarchy and Exile held at the German Historical Institute in December 2008
  • Marcello Fantoni, George Gorse and Malcolm Smuts, eds. The Politics of Space: European Courts, ca. 1500-1750. Rome: Bulzoni Editore, 2009.
    This volume emerged from the Society for Court Studies conference of the same name that was held in the Huntington Library, San Marino, California, in January 2007.
    392 pages, ISBN: 978-88-7870-419-0
  • Glenn Richardson, ed. ‘The Contending Kingdoms': France and England 1420-1700. Aldershot: Ashgate Press, 2008. The articles in this volume are based on lectures given at a Society for Court Studies conference of the same name held in 2004.
    Hardcover: 210 pages
    ISBN-10: 0754657892
    ISBN-13: 978-0754657897
  • Courts and Capitals, 1815-1914 [No. 2 in the series]. Published in The Court Historian, volume 13,1 (June 2008). Table of contents
    The articles in this issue are based on lectures given at the second joint Society for Court Studies / Victorian Society conference on Courts and Capitals, 1815-1814, held at the Wallace Collection on 29 September 2007.
  • Greenwich Palace. Published in The Court Historian, volume 11,2 (December 2006). Table of contents
    The articles in the issue (with one exception) were given as papers at a Society for Court Studies conference on Greenwich Palace held on 23 April 2005. The Society is grateful to the Greenwich Foundation, The National Maritime Museum and English Heritage for their generous support for this publication. The last article, by Julian Bowsher, was not given at the conference, but was prompted by the discovery of the remains of the Tudor chapel at Greenwich in January 2006.
  • Courts and Capitals, 1815-1914 [No. 1 in the series]. Published in The Court Historian, volume 11,1 (June 2008). Table of contents
    The articles in this issue are based on lectures given at the first joint Society for Court Studies / Victorian Society conference on Courts and Capitals, 1815-1814, held at the Wallace Collection on 1 October 2005.
  • Melinda J. Gough and R. Malcolm Smuts, eds. Queens and the Transmission of Political Culture: The Case of Early Modern France. Published in The Court Historian, volume 10,1 (October 2005). Table of contents
    The articles in this issue of The Court Historian were given as papers at the conference of the same name held in Amherst, Massachusetts in November 2004. The editors wish to acknowledge the generosity of the Massachusetts Center for Renaissance Studies and its Director, Arthur Kinney, in hosting this conference.
  • Clarissa Campbell Orr, ed. Queenship in Europe 1660-1815: The Role of the Consort. Cambridge University Press, 2004.
    This volume emerged from the conference of the same name that was organised by the Society for Court Studies in 1998.
    Hardcover: 438 pages
    ISBN-10: 0521814227
    ISBN-13: 978-0521814225
  • Clarissa Campbell Orr, ed. Queenship in Britain 1660-1837: Royal Patronage, Court Culture and Dynastic Politics. Manchester University Press, 2002.
    (Also available in paperback edition from Manchester University Press, 2009).
    Hardcover: 320 pages
    ISBN-10: 0719057698
    ISBN-13: 978-0719057694