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The 'Recusancy Revolt' of 1603 Revisited, Popular Politics, and Civic Catholicism in Early Modern Ireland
The Historical Journal
This article contributes to a body of work exploring the possibilities of a popular politics in Ireland before the rising of 1641. It does so by revisiting the 'recusancy revolt' of 1603 in which, in the interregnum created by Elizabeth I's death, churches and civic space in towns in the south and west of Ireland were reoccupied for Catholic worship. Reading for meaning in the shaping and timing of the crowd rituals at the heart of the protest, the article argues that Old English elites anddoi:10.1017/s0018246x21000327 fatcat:ixaoqz7edvahzmpbvtx4uvezs4