Monarchy, Church & State Archive
In the last few years, the Constitution Unit has increasingly focused on the role of the Monarchy, Church and State in the UK, and the relation between them. Most of our recent and current projects are accessible here. Our research in this area is lead by Dr Bob Morris and Professor robert Hazell. Below is a list of older completed projects pertaining to the Monarchy, Church and State.
Books and Articles by Bob Morris
- ‘Alternative Futures for Formal Church Establishment: Two Case Studies from the United Kingdom’in Guesnet F, Laborde C and Lee L (forthcoming 2015) Negotiating Religion (Palgrave).
- ‘Half-Opening Cans of Worms: The Present State of “High” Anglican Establishment’, Law and Justice, No 172 (September 2014), 10-26.
- ‘The Future of the Monarchy: The Reign of King Charles III’ in Hazell R (ed.) (2008) Constitutional Futures Revisited: Britain’s Constitution to 2020 (Palgrave), 139-155.
- Main author: Church and State in 21st Century Britain: The Future of Church Establishment (2009) (Palgrave)
- ‘The Future of “High” Establishment’ (2011) Ecclesiastical Law Journal, 260-273.
- ‘Succession to the Crown Bill’ (2013) Ecclesiastical Law Journal, 186-191.
With Norman Bonney:
- ‘Tuvalu and You: The Monarch, the United Kingdom and the Realms’ (2012) Political Quarterly, 368-373.
- ‘The Commonwealth in the Twenty-first Century’ (2012) Political Insight, 26-29.
Other Unit publications
- Church and State: A mapping exercise, Frank Cranmer, John Lucas and Bob Morris (2006),