Author Archives: Tamise

A good reason to buy ‘History Today’ Magazine…

The May issue of ‘History Today’ Magazine has Lady Jane on the cover. Inside is Dr Joanne Paul’s article about ‘The Black Legend of the House of Dudley.’ Lady Jane gets several mentions, in particular in the section ‘Jane Dudley: … Continue reading

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Books 2022 – on sale now – a book that mentions Jane…

Mary I in Writing: Letters, Literature, and Representation: Letters, Literature, and Representation edited by Valerie Schutte and Jessica S Hower ‘This book—along with its companion volume Writing Mary I: History, Historiography, and Fiction—centers on representations of Queen Mary I in … Continue reading

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A good reason to buy BBC History Magazine….

The May issue of BBC History Magazine has an article about the ‘Tudor Kingmakers’, the Dudley family. In ‘The family behind the Tudors’ Dr Joanne Paul (author of ‘The House of Dudley’) ‘chronicles the meteoric rise and deadly fall of … Continue reading

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The Historians Magazine – All Things Tudor

I am very pleased that the article I co-authored with Lee Porritt from ‘Lady Jane Grey Revisited’ has been included in edition 7 of ‘The Historians Magazine.’ Our article, ‘Lady Jane Grey: Forget What You Know!’ can be found on … Continue reading

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‘House of Tudor: A Grisly History’ Interview with Mickey Mayhew.

Dr Mickey Mayhew is the author of several history books including, ‘I Love the Tudors (400 Fantastic Facts’) and ‘The Little Book of Mary Queen of Scots. His latest book, ‘House of Tudor: A Grisly Mystery’ was published in February … Continue reading

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