D. Alan Orr has a PhD from the University of Cambridge (UK), and a BA and MA from Queen's University at Kingston, Ontario. He has taught at MICA since 2004. He has also taught at Queen's University at Kingston, Ontario, and at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario. His research and teaching interests center around the intellectual and cultural history of early modern Britain and Europe (1400-1800). His book, Treason and the State: Law, Politics, and Ideology in the English Civil War, was published by Cambridge University Press in 2002. He has also published reviews and articles in the Journal of British Studies, Parliamentary History, the Canadian Journal of History, History, Albion, Field Day Review, and elsewhere.
Selected Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Law, Liberty, and the English Civil War: John Lilburne's Prison Experience, the Levellers, and Freedom, in Michael J. Braddick and David I. Smith, The Experience of Revolution in Stuart Britain and Ireland, Essays for John Morrill, Cambridge University Press, 2011.
Constitutionalism: Ancient, Modern, and Early Modern in the Agreements of the People, in Philip Baker and Elliot Vernon, eds., The Agreements of the People, the Levellers, and the Constitutional Crisis of the English Revolution, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
"Sir John Davies’s Agrarian Law for Ireland," Journal of the History of Ideas, Volume 75, Number 1 (January 2014).