Talking History Interview: Queen Elizabeth II: 70 Years on the Throne

I discussed Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee on Newstalk, Ireland – Talking History with Patrick Geoghegan on a panel with Professor Philip Murphy and Professor Irene Morra.

Click here to listen to “Queen Elizabeth II: 70 Years on the Throne” on Talking History

Times Radio Interview: Queen Elizabeth II and the Platinum Jubilee

I discussed the life and reign of Queen Elizabeth II and the Platinum Jubilee celebrations with Dickie Arbiter and Nick Serpell on Times Radio Drive, hosted by Rick Kelsey

Click here to listen to the Platinum Jubilee Panel on Times Radio (about an hour and fifteen minutes into the program)

Live Science Interview: Which British monarch has reigned the longest? (What about the shortest?)

I discussed the Queen with the longest reign in British history, Queen Elizabeth II and the Tudor Queen Lady Jane Grey, who reigned for only nine days with Joanna Thompson from BBC News.

Click here to read “Which British Monarch Has Reigned the Longest (What about the shortest?)” at (Live Science)

2022-2023 Teaching Schedule

2022-2023 (in person and online courses)

Fall 2022

Tuesdays (in class) Women in Power (University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies)

Wednesdays (online) Marie Antoinette and the French Revolution (University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies)

Fridays (online) Modern Monarchies: Connections and Continuity (Glendon College, Living and Learning in Retirement)

Winter 2023

Tuesdays (in class) Magna Carta and the Making of the Modern World (University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies)

Thursdays (online) Imperial Spain (University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies)

New Scholarly Book Review: Marie Claude Canova-Green and Sara J. Wolfson, eds. The Wedding of Charles I and Henrietta Maria, 1625: Celebrations and Controversy

I reviewed The Wedding of Charles I and Henrietta Maria, 1625: Celebrations and Controversy, edited by Marie Claude Canova-Green and Sara J. Wolfson for the Journal of British Studies.

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