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Marie de Guise, Corneille de Lyon, c1537. Photo: National Galleries of Scotland.
It’s probably no secret that my next novel, The Thistle Queen will... “Francesco Cavalli truly has no peers in Italy, in the perfection of his singing, in the worth of his organ playing, and in his exceptional musical... On September 19 to 21 Bob White (CI) and Penelope Woods (Research Associate, UWA) attended the spectacular opening of the Gdańsk Shakespeare Theatre... Last year, I published a similarly titled essay. I commented there that it was difficult to find new Hoyle material and that a dozen items a year was a... Workshop report by Dr Robin Buning.
More than five years after the workshop Apocalypticism, Millenarianism, and Prophecy: Eschatological Expectations between... This month, taxpayers in England will begin to receive new information with their tax returns, in the form of a pie chart offering a breakdown of where... by Sam Sherman
Folger High School Fellow, Class of 2014
Folger High School Fellows, Class of 2014
I don’t think I just speak for myself when I say that... On July 10, 1780, a French fleet of seven ships of the line and four frigates under Admiral Chevalier de Ternay, along with thirty-six transport vessels... Before 1995 probably only a handful of people interested in the history of navigation had ever heard of the English clockmaker John Harrison and the role...
Regular monster readers may have noticed that my productivity as a blogger has dipped in recent months. I’m not trying to claim extenuating... Browse Posts by Blog Tags