Conference Presentations

November 10, 2012, 10:30am “Religious Conflict in Queen Henrietta Maria’s Palace Chapels” at the North American British Studies Conference, Montreal, Quebec

November 20, 2011 “The reputation of Dowager Queen Henrietta Maria and the case for Hereditary Legitimacy at Charles II’s Court” at the North American Conference on British Studies (NACBS) in Denver, Colorado.

November 11, 2011  “Motherhood and Marie Antoinette” at the Western Society for French History Conference (WSFH) in Portland, Oregon

April 28, 2009  “Henrietta Maria and Marie Antoinette: Queenship and Revolution in Early Modern Europe” at the Research Student Workshop at Birkbeck College, University of London.

January 10, 2009 “I hope now there will be a good understanding amongst us all” Conflict and Correspondence between Henrietta Maria and her children 1644-1669: at Revolution and Restoration: Change and Continuity in the British Isles” c. 1640-1670. Selwyn College Cambridge University.

March 15, 2008  “Motherhood and Marie Antoinette” at Negotiating Histories, the McGill-Queen’s Graduate Conference in History at McGll University.

February 9, 2008    “The Impact of the Scottish Enlightenment on Maria Edgeworth’s Scottish Novels” at Cultures in Contact, The Fourth Annual Graduate History Symposium at the University of Toronto.

March 16, 2007  “The Impact of the Protestant Reformation on Parenting Ideology in Europe” at Alternate Approaches, the Queen’s-McGill Graduate Conference in History at Queen’s University

February 17, 2007   “The Impact of Prescriptive Literature on the Social Lives of Victorian Middle Class Women from 1830 to1861” at the Eleventh Annual New Frontiers in Graduate History Conference at York University.

February 9, 2007 “The Political Significance of Grand Duchess Olga Nikolayevna” at After the Fall: Sex, Gender and Power. The Third Annual Graduate History Symposium at University of Toronto.

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