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Noah Millstone



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noahmillstone [at] fas.harvard.edu


Noah Millstone's research focuses on the role of handwritten political pamphlets in early Stuart politics. His work addresses the relationship between news culture, propaganda, political thought and mass politics in the decades before the English Civil War. He is interested in the development of politics as a form of knowledge, the circulation and reception of texts and the development of propaganda techniques in England and France. Noah received an A.B. in History from the University of Chicago and a Ph.D. in History from Stanford University. He has also been a junior research fellow at the Institute of Historical Research at the University of London.


Principal publications

"Evil Counsel: the Propositions to Bridle the Impertinency of Parliament and the Critique of Caroline Government in the Late 1620s," Journal of British Studies 50:4 (October 2011), 813-839.