‘The Reformation of the Generations: Age, Ancestry, and Memory in England c. 1500-1700’: Discussion of the James Ford Lectures in British History

- Hans Jaeger, ‘Generations in History: Reflections on a Controversial Concept’, History and Theory, 24 (1985), 273-92; – Norman Jones, ‘Living the Reformations: Generational Experience and Political Perception in Early Modern England’, Huntington Library Quarterly, 60 (1999), 273-88; – Karen R. Foster, Generation, Discourse and Social Change (2013), ch. 1.