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Publications:  Prof Quentin Skinner

SKINNER Q(2019). Quentin Skinner and Russell Prince, editors, Machiavelli, The Prince, Cambridge University Press 2019, ISBN9781107145863. Editors: SKINNER, QRD, Price, R, Cambridge University Press
SKINNER QRD(2018). From Humanism to Hobbes: Studies in Rhetoric and Politics, Cambridge University Press 2018, ISBN9781107128859. Cambridge University Press
SKINNER QRD(2018). Quentin Skinner, ‘On the person of the state’ in State Formations: Global Histories and Cultures of Statehood, ed. John L. Brooke, Julia C. Strauss and Greg Anderson, Cambridge, pp. 25-44. State Formations: Global Histories and Cultures of Statehood, Editors: Brooke, J, Cambridge University Press (Cambridge, England),
SKINNER QRD(2018). State and Liberty: Quentin Skinner’s Lectures in China 262pp., University of Peking Press, Beijing, 2017. ISBN978-7-301-29766-7. University of Peking Press (Beijing),
SKINNER Q(2017). Quentin Skinner, Wahrheit, Uberzeugung und Interpretation’ in Ideengeschichte Heute, ed. D. Timothy Goering, Bielefeld, pp. 55-68. Goering, Bielefeld (Bielefeld, Germany),
SKINNER QRD(2016). Climate change in the light of history. Nature, Action and the Future, Editors: Smith, S, Forrester, K, Cambridge University Press
SKINNER QRD(2016). Machiavelli and the misunderstanding of princely virtù. Machiavelli on Liberty and Conflict, Editors: Johnston, D, Chicago University Press
SKINNER QRD(2016). Why Shylocke loses his case: Judicial rhetoric in The Merchant of Venice. The Oxford Handbook of English Law and Literature 1500-1700, Editors: Hutson, L, Oxford University Press
SKINNER QRD(2016). Hobbes and the Social Control of Unsociability. The Oxford Handbook of Hobbes, Editors: Martinich, AL, Hoekstra, K, Oxford University Press
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/13592
SKINNER QRD(2016). Thinking about Liberty: an Historian’s Approach (Olschki, Florence, 2016), 75pp. ISBN9788822264602. Olschki, Florence
Skinner Q(2014). Forensic Shakespeare. Oxford University Press (Oxford),
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/13593
Skinner Q(2013). A Spurious Dating for All's Well that Ends Well. Notes and Queries vol. 60, (3) 429-434.
10.1093/notesj/gjt114
Skinner Q, Ricks C(2012). Up for Interpretation or What Is This Thing that Hearsay Is Not?. Literary Imagination vol. 14, (2) 125-142.
10.1093/litimag/ims039
SKINNER QRD(2012). On the Liberty of the Ancients and the Moderns: A Reply to My Critics. Journal of the History of Ideas: an international quarterly devoted to intellectual history vol. 73, (1) 127-146.
10.1353/jhi.2012.0010
Skinner Q(2010). Reason and Rhetoric in the Philosophy of Hobbes. Cambridge University Press
SKINNER QRD(2009). A genealogy of the modern state. Proceedings of the British Academy, vol. 162, Oxford University Press
SKINNER QRD(2009). On trusting the judgment of our rulers. Political Judgment, ed R. Bourke and R. Geuss, Cambridge University Press
Skinner Q(2009). ‘Afterword: Shakespeare and humanist culture’. Shakespeare and early-modern Political Thought, Cambridge University Press (Cambridge),
Skinner Q(2008). Part Two: Is it still possible to interpret texts?. INT J PSYCHOANAL vol. 89, (3) 647-654.
10.1111/j.1745-8315.2008.00049.x
Skinner Q(2008). What Does It Mean to Be a Free Person?. London Review of Books vol. 30, (10) 16-18.
Skinner Q(2008). Hobbes and Republican Liberty. Cambridge University Press
SKINNER QRD(2008). Freedom as the absence of arbitrary power. Republicanism and Political Theory, Blackwell (Oxford),
Skinner Q(2008). Thomas Hobbes and the Renaissance Studia Humanitatis. Literature Criticism from 1400 to 1800: Volume 142, Thomson Gale (Farmington Hills, MI),
Skinner Q(2007). Paradiastole: Redescribing the Vices as Virtues. Renaissance Figures of Speech, Cambridge UP (Cambridge, England),
Skinner Q(2006). Rethinking political liberty. HIST WORKSHOP J (61) 156-170.
10.1093/hwj/dbi054
Skinner Q(2005). Hobbes on representation (Thomas Hobbes). EUR J PHILOS vol. 13, (2) 155-184.
10.1111/j.0966-8373.2005.00226.x
Skinner Q, Strath B (2003). States and citizens - History, theory, prospects - Introduction. STATES AND CITIZENS : HISTORY, THEORY, PROSPECTS. Editors: Skinner, Q, Strath, B, 1-8.
Skinner Q (2003). States and the freedom of citizens. STATES AND CITIZENS : HISTORY, THEORY, PROSPECTS. Editors: Skinner, Q, Strath, B, 11-27.
Skinner Q, Dasgupta P, Geuss R, Lane M, Laslett P, O'Neill O, Runciman WG, Kuper A(2002). Political philosophy: The view from Cambridge. J POLIT PHILOS vol. 10, (1) 1-19.
10.1111/1467-9760.00140
Skinner Q(2002). John Milton and the Politics of Slavery. Milton and the Terms of Liberty, Brewer (Cambridge, England),
SKINNER Q(2002). Visions of Politics: Volume I: Regarding Method Cambridge University Press, 2002. ISBN 978-0-521-58926-0. Cambridge University Press
SKINNER Q(2002). Visions of Politics: Volume II: Renaissance Virtues Cambridge University Press, 2002. ISBN 978-0-521-58926-0. Cambridge University Press
SKINNER Q(2002). Visions of Politics: Volume III: Hobbes and Civil Science Cambridge University Press, 2002. ISBN 978-0-521-89060-1. Cambridge University Press
Skinner Q(2001). Machiavel aujourd'hui: Liberté politique et corruption. Magazine Littéraire vol. 397, 62-62.
Skinner Q (2001). Political theory after the enlightenment project. SCHOOLS OF THOUGHT: TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF INTERPRETIVE SOCIAL SCIENCE. Editors: Scott, JW, Keates, D, 15-24.
Skinner Q(2001). Why laughing mattered in the Renaissance: The second Henry Tudor Memorial Lecture, delivered 10 March 2000, University of Durham. HIST POLIT THOUGHT vol. 22, (3) 418-447.
Skinner Q(2000). Machiavelli: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford UP (Oxford, England),
Skinner Q (2000). Thomas Hobbes's changing conception of civil science. ENLIGHTENMENT, PASSION, MODERNITY. Editors: Micale, MS, Dietle, RL, 27-43.
Skinner Q(1999). The Advancement of Francis Bacon. New York Review of Books vol. 46, (17) 53-56.
Skinner Q(1999). Ambrogio Lorenzetti's 'Buon Governo' frescoes: 2 old questions, 2 new answers. J WARBURG COURTAULD vol. 62, 1-28.
10.2307/751381
Skinner Q(1999). Thomas Hobbes and the Renaissance: Studia Humanitatis. Writing and Political Engagement in Seventeenth-Century England, Cambridge UP (Cambridge, England),
SKINNER Q(1998). Liberty before Liberalism Cambridge University Press, 1998. ISBN 978-1-107-68953-4. Cambridge University Press
(1995). Milton and Republicanism. Cambridge University Press
10.1017/cbo9780511598456
SKINNER Q(1994). Moral Ambiguity and the Renaissance Art of Eloquence. Essays in Criticism vol. XLIV, (4) 267-292.
10.1093/eic/xliv.4.267
Skinner Q(1992). The Context of Hobbes's Theory of Political Obligation. Thomas Hobbes, Garland (New York),
Skinner Q(1990). Thomas Hobbes: Rhetoric and the Construction of Morality. Proceedings of the British Academy vol. 76, 1-61.
Skinner Q(1987). Sir Thomas More's Utopia and the Language of Renaissance Humanism. The Languages of Political Theory in Early-Modern Europe, Cambridge UP (Cambridge),
SKINNER Q(1979). The Idea of a Cultural Lexicon. Essays in Criticism vol. XXIX, (3) 205-224.
10.1093/eic/xxix.3.205
SKINNER Q(1978). The Foundations of Modern Political Thought: Volume I: The Renaissance, Cambridge University Press, 1978. ISBN 978-0-521-29337-2. Cambridge University Press
SKINNER Q(1978). The Foundations of Modern Political Thought: Volume II: The Age of Reformation Cambridge University Press, 1978. ISBN 978-0-521-29435-5. Cambridge University Press
Skinner Q(1978). The Lesson of Thomas More. New York Review of Books vol. 12 Oct., 57-60.
Skinner Q, Newton-De Molina D(1976). Motives, Intentions and the Interpretation of Texts,. 210-21 in David Newton-De Molina On Literary Intention, Edinburgh UP (Edinburgh),
(1975). Critical Challenges: The Bellagio Symposium. New Literary History: A Journal of Theory and Interpretation vol. 7, (1) 5-232.
Skinner Q(1975). Hermeneutics and the Role of History. New Literary History: A Journal of Theory and Interpretation vol. 7, 209-232.
Skinner Q(1972). Motives, Intentions, and the Interpretation of Texts. New Literary History: A Journal of Theory and Interpretation vol. 3, 393-408.
(1972). On Interpretation: I. New Literary History: A Journal of Theory and Interpretation vol. 3, (2) 229-430.
Skinner Q(1971). On Performing and Explaning Linguistic Actions. Philosophical Quarterly vol. 21, 1-21.
Skinner Q(1967). MORE'S UTOPIA. Past and Present vol. 38, (1) 153-168.
10.1093/past/38.1.153
Skinner Q(1963). Sheridan and Whitbread at Drury Lane, 1809-1815. Theatre Notebook: A Journal of the History and Technique of the British Theatre vol. 17, 40-79.
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