She-Wolves Revisited

with Helen Castor
Saturday
14:00 - 15:00
York
£15 non-subscriber, £12 subscriber

Less than a year after the United States did not elect its first woman president, Helen Castor examines the history of female power in England. She tells the story of Matilda, daughter of Henry I, who almost became England’s first reigning queen, and takes a new look at how Mary and Elizabeth Tudor did, despite everything, manage to wear their father’s crown.

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Helen Castor is a medieval historian and a Bye-Fellow of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. She is the author of numerous acclaimed books including She Wolves and Blood and Roses, and is one of the presenters of BBC Radio 4’s Making History

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