Session 1324: Identity and Power in 15th-Century England
Wednesday 12 July 2006, 16.30-18.00
|Organiser:||Joe Ann Ricca, Richard III Foundation, New Jersey|
|Moderator/Chair:||Chris Given-Wilson, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews|
|Paper 1324-a||Motherly Love and Ungovernable Envy: Royal Identity and Female Power at the End of the 15th Century|
Index terms: Gender Studies, Politics and Diplomacy, Sexuality
|Paper 1324-b||John de Vere, Thirteenth Earl of Oxford, and the Early Tudor Polity|
Index terms: Local History, Political Thought, Politics and Diplomacy
|Paper 1324-c||Fighting 'fulle manly': The Wars of the Roses in Gregory's Chronicle.|
Index terms: Gender Studies, Historiography - Medieval, Military History
Abstract paper -a: How Tudor royal identity was identified through late medieval female power.
Abstract paper -b: James will concentrate on the key role of John de Vere, thirteenth Earl of Oxford in supressing Yorkist unrest nationally and locally in East Anglia and will dovetail Sean’s paper.
Abstract paper -c: The ideal of masculinity in Gregory’s Chronicle.