July Tudor Life Magazine Out Now!

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/.

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