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Royal Studies Journal
Publication of our first special issue!
|See our first special issue 'Taking Possession' with guest editor Jennifer Mara de Silva, which is out now!|
Issue Four (vol.3 no.1) is out!
|Don't miss our biggest issue to date with all the information on the first annual RSJ/CCCU prize winners!|
Vol 3, No 2 (2016) : Issue Five: Special Issue 'Taking Posession'
Our fifth issue is our first special edition-'Taking Possession' with our guest editor, Jennifer Mara DeSilva.
Table of Contents
|Taking Possession: Rituals, Space and Authority Jennifer Mara DeSilva|
|The Joyous Entry of Albert and Isabella in Lille: history, conquest and the making of Belgium Ellen Wurtzel|
|Possessing Rome ‘in absentia’: The Titular Churches of the Spanish Monarchy in the Early Seventeenth Century Cloe Cavero de Carondelet|
|The Ceremonial Possession of a City: Ambassdors and their Carriages in Early Modern Rome John M Hunt|
|The Limits of Diplomatic Ritual: The Polish Embassy of Giovanni Francesco Commendone (1572-1573) and Criticism of Papal Legates in Early Modern Europe Charles Keenan|
|Watkins, Stephen: The Reign of Anarchy (Penguin Monarchs, 2015). Hayley Elizabeth Bassett|
|Church, King John: England, Magna Carta and the Making of a Tyrant (Macmillan, 2015). Stephen Donnachie|
|Crook and Wilkinson (eds.), The Growth of Royal Government under Henry III (Boydell & Brewer, 2015). Benjamin Linley Wild|
|Emery, Seats of Power during the Hundred Years War (Oxbow Books, 2015). Audrey Thorstad|
|Rohr, Yolande of Aragon (1381-1442) Family and Power: The Reverse of the Tapestry (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015). Derek R Whaley|
|Pitts, Digging for Richard: How Archeology Found the King (Thames & Hudson, 2014). Andrew Pickering|
|James, Edward IV: Glorious Son of York (Amberley Publishing, 2015). Joanna Louise Laynesmith|
|Hayton, The Crown and the Cosmos: Astrology and the Politics of Maximilian I (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2015). Natalie Margaret Anderson|
|Woodacre & Fleiner (eds.), Royal Mothers and their Ruling Children: Wielding Political Authority from Antiquity to the Early Modern Era (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015). Julia Heinemann|
|Levin and Stewart-Nuñez (eds.), Scholars and Poets Talk About Queens (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015). Valerie Schutte|
|Cressy, Charles I and the People of England (Oxford University Press, 2015). Sarah Betts|
|Jackson, Charles II: The Star King (Penguin, 2016) & Pritchard, Scandalous Liaisons: Charles II and His Court (Amberley, 2015). Stephen Watkins|
|Glencross, The State Visits of Edward VII: Reinventing Royal Diplomacy for the Twentieth Century (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015). Laura Cook|
|Hurd, Elizabeth II: The Steadfast (Penguin Monarchs, 2015). Valentina Villa|
|Range, British Royal and State Funerals, Music and Ceremonial since Elizabeth I (Boydell Press, 2016). Ondřej Stolička|