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Old Music Monday: Mary Tudor and Choral Music

I just finished another episode of my Renaissance English History Podcast (the most uncreatively named podcast ever!) (get it on itunes!) on Mary Tudor, and it got me thinking about church music during the five years that Mary reigned.   370 more words


Linda Carlino gets another book contract in Brazil

In early 2010 my ArticlesBase item caught the eye of a Brazilian publisher and publishing contracts followed.
In 2012 Linda Carlino’s Brazilian publisher Editora Europa (São Paulo) published That Other Juana (Joana, a Louca) in Brazil and after its success they published A Matter of Pride (Carlos V : Orgulho, Poder, Paixão e Arrependimento) in 2013 and they have now committed to publish Wives & Other Women (Philip II of Spain) in February 2015. 434 more words

The Daring Escape of Arbella Stuart

On June 22, 1610, in the early hours of the morning in her apartments at Greenwich Palace, thirty-four year old Arbella Stuart married twenty-two year old William Seymour. 2,214 more words

Women's History

The Murdered Heir of Elizabeth I

The question of who was to follow the reign of the childless Elizabeth I became more pertinent as the queen grew older and it was apparent that she would never marry and have a child of her own. 718 more words

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City of Ladies by Sarah Kennedy

Expected publication: October 14th 2014 by Knox Robinson Publishing

Catherine Havens has found herself in a unique position as a married former nun.  She seems to have beaten all of the odds against her and now has possession of the home lost by her mother’s family.  228 more words

Don’t Try This at Home – (so this is definitely not) Experiment 12.5

In 1939, Mary Tudor, a speech-pathology graduate student at the University of Iowa, conducted an experiment on a group of orphan children in an attempt to determine what factors influence stuttering behaviour. 254 more words


The Shakespeare Mask written by Newton Frohlich

Guest post by MJW

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In spite of the extensive peppering of PhDs amongst the collaborators thanked in  Acknowledgements  no one thought to proof read Mr Newton Frohlich’s material. 340 more words

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