Sunday, 17 January 2010

New collection of articles on Mary and Elizabeth

More information has been released about Alice Hunt and Anne Whitelock (eds.), Tudor Queenship: The Reigns of Mary and Elizabeth (New York, 2010).



The articles included:



Alice Hunt and Anna Whitelock, ‘Machine generated contents note: Partners in throne and grave’.
Anne McLaren, ‘Memorializing Mary and Elizabeth’.
Judith Richards, ‘Examples and Admonitions: What Mary did for Elizabeth'.
Paulina Kewes, ‘Godly queens: The Royal Iconographies of Mary and Elizabeth’.
Alice Hunt, ‘Reforming Tradition: The Coronations of Mary and Elizabeth’.
Maria Hayward, ‘Dressed to Impress’.
Susan Doran, ‘Elizabeth I: an Old Testament King’.
Jeri McIntosh, ‘A Culture of Reverence: Princess Mary's Household’.
Aysha Pollnitz, ‘Christian Women or Sovereign Queens? The Schooling of Mary and Elizabeth’.
Corrina Streckfuss, ‘Our Greatest Hope? European Propaganda and the Spanish Match’.
Alexander Samson, ‘Power-sharing: The Co-monarchy of Mary and Philip’.
Anna Whitelock, ‘Woman, Warrior, Queen?’
Glenn Richardson, ‘Courtly Games: Elizabeth and the Kings of France’.
Ralph Houlbrooke, ‘What Happened to Mary's Councillors?’
Robert C. Braddock, ‘Below Stairs: Serving the Queen’.
Charlotte Merton, ‘Women, Friendship and Memory’.

5 comments:

  1. Thanks for posting this. I hadn't heard much about this one yet, but I am really excited about it! I hope you don't mind that I link your post to my blog (http://everythingtudor.com/bookblog/). And if you are the same little_miss_sunnydale on youtube, I LOVE your youtube channel!

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  2. This look like it's going to be an interesting set of articles! Thanks for this info.

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  3. 要保持更新呦,加油!!!期待你的新文章!!! .........................................

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  4. Hello, I am the author of The Sisters Who Would be Queen;Mary, Katherine & Lady Jane Grey; A Tudor Tragedy. I am enjoying your Mary Tudor site. Would you like a guest article on Jane and Mary? One that helps explain why Mary executed her 16 yr old cousin? best wishes, Leanda de Lisle

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  5. Leanda - I'm really sorry for replying late to your message; I have just discovered it. I would love it if you could do a guest post! Mary's relationship with Jane is a fascinating topic. Mary’s decision to execute Jane has often been regarded as one of the most unpleasant acts of her reign. Alternatively some have attempted to almost diminish Mary’s responsibility in Jane’s death. A post on this would be great!

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