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Williams, Mark 2020. An emotional company: Mobility, community, and control in the records of the English East India Company. In: Hacke, Daniela, Jarzebowski, Claudia and Ziegler, Hannes eds. Emotions, Identity, and Cultural Contact in the Premodern World (Forthcoming 2020), London and New York: Routledge,
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Williams, Mark R.F. 2019. The inner lives of early modern travel. Historical Journal 62 (2) , pp. 349-373. 10.1017/S0018246X18000237

Williams, Mark R. F. 2019. Translating the Jansenist controversy in Britain and Ireland. English Historical Review 134 (566) , pp. 59-91. 10.1093/ehr/cey397
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Williams, Mark 2016. Nations. In: Loughran, Tracey ed. A Practical Guide to Studying History: Skills and Approaches, Bloomsbury, pp. 15-30.

Pearsall, Sarah M. S. and Williams, Mark 2015. David Underdown's Revel, riot, and rebellion: popular politics and culture in England, 1603-1660: introduction. Cultural and Social History 12 (3) , pp. 289-293. 10.1080/14780038.2015.1050875

Williams, Mark R. F. 2014. The devotional landscape of the royalist exile, 1649-1660. Journal of British Studies 53 (4) , pp. 909-933. 10.1017/jbr.2014.111

Williams, Mark 2014. 'Lacking Ware, withal': Finding Sir James Ware among the many incarnations of his histories. In: Patten, Eve and McElligott, Jason eds. The Perils of Print Culture: Book, Print and Publishing History in Theory and Practice, New Directions in Book History, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 64-81.

Williams, Mark R. F. 2014. The King's Irishmen: The Irish in the exiled court of Charles II, 1649-1660. Studies in Early Modern Cultural, Political and Social History, Boydell & Brewer.

Williams, Mark 2012. Between King, faith and reason: Father Peter Talbot (SJ) and Catholic Royalist thought in exile. English Historical Review 127 (528) , pp. 1063-1099. 10.1093/ehr/ces143

Williams, Mark 2012. John Ponce’s response to Kenelm Digby’s 'A Discourse Concerning Infallibility in Religion', 1652). Archivium Hibernicum 65 , pp. 179-198.

Williams, Mark and Forrest, Stephen Paul, eds. 2010. Constructing the past: Writing Irish history, 1600–1800. Irish Historical Monograph Series, Woodbridge: Boydell Press.

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