Graves, Michael A(rthur) R(oy)

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GRAVES, Michael A(rthur) R(oy)

GRAVES, Michael A(rthur) R(oy). British, b. 1933. Genres: History. Career: Teacher of history and English at a school in Nottinghamshire, England, 1957-59; Davies, Laing & Dick, London, England, history tutor, 1959-63; University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, lecturer in history, 1963-67; University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand, senior lecturer, 1967-82, associate professor of history, 1982-99, honorary research fellow, 1999-. Publications: England under the Tudors and Stuarts, 1485-1689, 1965; The House of Lords in the Parliaments of Edward VI and Mary I, 1981; (with R.H. Silcock) Revolution, Reaction, and the Triumph of Conservatism, 1558-1700, 1984; The Tudor Parliaments: Crown, Lords, and Commons, 1485-1603, 1985; The Elizabethan Parliaments: Documents and Commentary, 1986, 2nd ed, 1996; (with R.H. Silcock) Studies in Early Modern English History, 1986; The Early Tudor Parliaments: 1485-1558, 1990; Thomas Norton: The Parliament Man, 1994; (with J. Frood) Change, Conflict and Crisis: England 1558-1660s, 1996; Burghley: William Cecil, Lord Burghley, 1998; The Parliaments of Early Modern Europe, 2001. Address: Department of History, University of Auckland, Prince's St, Auckland, New Zealand. Online address: [email protected]