Peter Hinds
Profiles

Peter Hinds

Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer) in English

School of Humanities and Performing Arts (Faculty of Arts & Humanities)

Role

Senior Lecturer in English

Qualifications

B.A. Hull, M.A. Birmingham, Ph.D. Birmingham

Books

‘The Horrid Popish Plot’: RogerL’Estrange and the Circulation of Political Discourse inLate-Seventeenth-Century London (London: TheBritish Academy and Oxford University Press, 2010) 

Material Readings of Early ModernCulture, 1580-1700, ed. James Daybell and Peter Hinds(Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010)

Book Chapters and Articles

‘Roger L’Estrange, the Rye House Plot, andthe Regulation of Political Discourse in Late-Seventeenth-Century London’, TheLibrary, VII, 3 (March 2002): 3-35

‘ ‘A Vast Ill Nature’: Roger L’Estrange,Reputation, and the Credibility of Political Discourse in the Late SeventeenthCentury’, The Seventeenth Century, XXI, 2 (Autumn 2006): 335-363

‘ ‘Tales and Romantick Stories’:‘Impostures’, Trustworthiness, and the Credibility of Information in the LateSeventeenth Century’, in Sir Roger L’Estrange and the Making ofRestoration Culture, ed. Beth Lynch and Anne Dunan-Page(Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 2008) 

‘Introduction: Material Texts’ (with JamesDaybell), in Material Readings of Early Modern Culture, 1580-1700,ed. James Daybell and Peter Hinds (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010)

‘ ‘Hackney Poets and Hireling Pamphleteers’: ProfessionalAuthorship and the Book Trade in Late-Seventeenth-Century London', in MaterialReadings of Early Modern Culture, 1580-1700, ed. James Daybell and PeterHinds (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010)

'The Book Trade at the Turn of theEighteenth Century', in The Oxford Handbook of the Eighteenth-CenturyNovel (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016)