Thomas Cranmer – Were his recantations of faith driven by Stockholm Syndrome by Beth von Staats

Posted By on October 28, 2014

Tudor LifeOne of our feature articles in the November 2014 issue of Tudor Life Magazine is Beth von Staats’ excellent article on Thomas Cranmer’s recantations in the reign of Mary I, “Thomas Cranmer – Were his recantations of faith driven by Stockholm Syndrome?”. You can enjoy the whole article in the magazine sample at www.tudorsociety.com/magazine, along with articles from the September and October magazines.

Thank you so much to Beth for writing this article and for agreeing to become one of our regular contributors with her Tudor Tidbits column.

Other feature articles in this month’s magazine include Leanda de Lisle on the Princes in the Tower, Sandra Vasoli on hunting by ladies in Tudor England, Roland Hui on recreating Anne Boleyn’s coronation book and Melanie V. Taylor on Holbein. The magazine is published by the Tudor Society and you can find out more about joining at www.tudorsociety.com and check out free material at www.tudorsociety.com/free-material. November’s expert talk will be “Bonaire and Buxom in Bed and at Board” by historian Karen Bowman, looking at the role of women in society with specific examples of Tudor women.

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