July Tudor Life Magazine Out Now!

Posted By on June 29, 2015

July CoverTudor Life, the monthly magazine of our sister site The Tudor Society, is out now and this month’s theme is “vulnerability”. Articles include:

  • Amy Licence – Cushions and Tabernacles: What Thomas Cromwell left behind.
  • Laura McCosker – Butchery or Business? The Guild of the Barber Surgeons of Dublin, 1446
  • Conor Byrne – Childbearing Women in Tudor and Stuart England.
  • Gareth Russell – Homosexuality in the Tudor Aristocracy
  • Anne Barnhill – Women: The Endangered Species?
  • Nancy Bilyeau – The Throckmortons and the Dawn of the English Catholic
  • Debra Bayani – The Loire Valley and Jasper Tudor
  • Gareth Russell – Elizabeth I and Thomas Seymour
  • Melanie Taylor – Henry Fitzroy – 23rd July 1536
  • Kyra Kramer – Mary I: Usurper and Queen
  • Beth von Staats – Henrician Religious Persecution
  • Jane Moulder – Tudor Ballads
  • Olga Hughes – Anne Neville: A Cinderella Story

You can view a sample ‘taster’ over at The Tudor Society – click here – and you can enjoy the whole magazine, along with monthly historian talks, weekly videos, weekly quizzes and much more, by becoming a Tudor Society member. Find out more at https://www.tudorsociety.com/.