Civil religion in the UK, Canada, Australia and the Commonwealth

Norman Bonney
Manchester University Press, October 2013

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Monarchy, religion and the state: civil religion in UK, Canada, Australia and the Commonwealth. 
Manchester University Press. Book forthcoming October 2013For full information visit;

Publisher in Canada: University of British Columbia Press

Available in the USA with Palgrave Macmillan

Available in Australia and New Zealand from Footprint Books

Recent Articles

'Towards a free market in religion'  Political Quarterly  84, 2, July 2013, 256-264. 
Published online 11 April 2013

'Proportional Prayers: Time for Reflection in the Scottish Parliament'Parliamentary Affairs, 66, 4, 816-833, October 2013.
online at 2012; doi: 10.1093/pa/gss006    click next line for link

 'Some constitutional issues concerning the installation of the monarch' British Politics, 7, 2, 163-182, 2012 - free access to the end of April 2013 at the following link

 'Established religion, parliamentary devolution and new state religion in the United Kingdom'
Parliamentary Affairs 2012.  doi: 10.1093/pa/gsr067 Available at the journal website at

 'Scottish Independence, State Religion and the Monarchy'Political Quarterly, 83, 2, April- June 2012, 360 -367.

'Tuvalu and You: The Monarch, the UK and the Realms' (with Morris RM), Political Quarterly, 83, 2, April - June 2012, 368 -373.

'The Commonwealth in the Twenty-First Century' with Morris, RM., Political Insight, 3, 1, April 2012, 26-9.

 'The Sacred Kingdom and the Royal Wedding of 2011Political Quarterly, 201182, 4, 636- 644.

 'The evolution and contemporary relevance of the accession and coronation oaths of the United Kingdom'  British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 2011, 13: 4, 603 - 618.

 'Modernising the Monarchy: The Oaths of Office'The Political Quarterly 2010,  81, 4, 564 - 570

 'The Monarchy, the State and Religions: Modernising the Relationships'The Political Quarterly 2010, 81,2, 199-204

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