Dr Peter Hinds

Dr Peter Hinds

Associate Professor in English

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


Senior Lecturer in English


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


‘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’, The Library, 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)

'William King, Sir William Petty and Post-War Ireland (1690-92): Sir Robert Southwell and the Printing of Political Discourse', The Library (forthcoming, 2019)