Suzannah Lipscomb: Women, Sex and Power in the Sixteenth Century
“[‘The Voices of Nimes’ is] essential reading for all those interested in the hidden stories of the Reformation and hearing the everyday voices so often left out of history books” Kate Mosse
Professor Suzannah Lipscomb historian, academic, author and broacaster will be presenting a live Zoom Chat to give her fascinating insight into the life of women in Tudor times. Suzannah has written and presented extensively on Tudor England, with books including 1536: The Year that Changed Henry VIII and A Visitor’s Companion to Tudor England. She has appeared extensively on television, having written and presented 18 documentaries for the BBC, Channel 5, National Geographic and others. She currently holds a personal chair as Professor of History at the University of Roehampton.
Suzannah Lipscomb will explore why many of the women who ever lived left no trace of their existence on the record of history. She will delve into stories from the archives to reveal the details of real women’s lives, exploring how they navigated power in the sixteenth century.
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