Online Event by The British Library – Wed 19 Jan 2022, 19:30 – 20:30 Phillipa Vincent-Connolly and Rebecca Rideal delve into disability during the Tudor era. This is an online event hosted on Zoom. Bookers are sent a link in advance giving access. Join me, as Rebecca Rideal talks with me, about my new book Disability and the Tudors,Read More about Disability and the Tudors: People Hidden in Plain Sight
In November, I am absolutely thrilled to say I was elected a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. I feel very excited to join such a prestigious organisation, with so many of my peers, friends and colleagues. Thank you to my lead supervisor at Manchester Metropolitan University for nominating me. This award can only encourageRead More about I’ve become a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.
Here is the talk I presented for the National Archives, and for the Richmond Literary Festival. I’ve had lovely, and complimentary feedback, saying how natural, and enthusiastic I am. This was despite the fact that in the beginning, although we’d set the slides up prior to the talk, they did not work until halfway through!Read More about Disability and the Tudors: All the King’s Fools – Talking for The National Archives
Apologies for not updating my blog, but there has been so much going on. Yesterday, I was contacted to say that Silverback Publishing will be going ahead with their new music magazine, ‘Blitzed’, and that they want me to head it up as their editor in chief. Of course, I’ve kept this under my hatRead More about Blitzed Magazine