I’ve been chatting disability history with Professor Tom Shakespeare, Dr Chris Laoutaris, Dr Katherine Schaap Williams, and Dr Rowan Mackenzie and other distinguished and inspiring guests as part of today’s International Shakespeare Equality Festival’s Shakespeare and Disability panel! To be included in such a prestigious event was a privilege for me. The insights from all
Phillipa Vincent-Connolly joins Zack to chat about her new book looking at the stigma (or lack of) that was attached to being disabled during the Tudor period, and how people coped with their disabilities. Here is the link to the podcast episode – https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ca2kg-11c0c3e
Disability in Tudor Times How much of our thoughts about those with disabilities come from the Victorians? Join Hazel Baker as she talks with Phillipa Vincent-Connolly and disability in the Tudor period. This podcast explores the world of disability in Tudor times and highlights some of the challenges faced by those living with a disability as well
Phillipa Vincent-Connolly explores the lives of disabled people in the Tudor era. Speaking to Ellie Cawthorne, she uncovers complex attitudes to disability in the period and reveals how some disabled figures played key roles in the royal court.