We had such a blast during the 2017 Tudor Summit, and I’m so glad you signed up to see the videos – the speakers were so great! It was my commitment that you come away from the two days having been both entertained, and learning new things from each talk, and from the responses and feedback we’ve received, it seems as if we’re meeting that goal, and I’m honored to be a part of this amazing group of speakers.
I’ve gathered some of the most interesting Tudor historians, authors, bloggers, and podcasters, and based on the success of this event I’m already starting to plan another one in March, 2018, so stay tuned for that!
If you have any technical issues during the Summit, please email email@example.com and we will do our best to help you get it sorted out. You can also post in the Facebook Group, and then if we can’t help figure it out, perhaps others can.
Below are the videos from all the talks. I hope you’ll join us in the Facebook group, too! Even though the Summit isn’t still happening live, it’s still a lively group sharing Tudor history, and we’d love to have you there in that growing community!
TUDOR SUMMIT TALKS AND LINKS:
Sarah Gristwood – Game of Queens author on Queenship in 16th century Europe
Tony Riches – author of The Tudor Trilogy on Owen and Jasper Tudor
Nathen Amin – author and founder of The Henry Tudor Society on debunking myths of Henry Tudor
Melita Thomas – founder and co-editor of Tudor Times, on Mary I, The King’s Pearl
James Boulton – Queens of England Podcast – on breaking down the stereotypes of the Six Wives
Natalie Grueninger, On the Tudor Trail – on visiting Tudor London
Heather Teysko, Renaissance English History Podcast – on Tudor choral music
Rebecca Larson – TudorsDynasty.com – on Tudor Scandals
Gina Clark – Tudor Dreams Historical Costumier – on Tudor fashion
Roland Hui – Author and art historian – on Tudor Portraits (audio only with images of the Tudor portraits)
Thanks again, so much, for your interest in the speakers, and the Summit. We can’t wait to see you in the Facebook Group, and live at the March 2018 Summit!
PS – if you don’t know me yet, I’ve been podcasting on Renaissance England through the Renaissance English History Podcast since 2009, and I’ve been writing about history online for nearly 20 years since I built a website on Colonial American History in 1998. I’d love for you to check out my blog, podcast site, and online shop with a growing collection of products that let you express your Tudor love in ways that are both funky and silly, while based in serious scholarship – just like the standard I set for my show.