The end of project conference, themed on the early Tudor court, will take place at the University of Winchester in September 2018. Exact dates and speakers will be confirmed nearer the time.
It is anticipated the proceedings will be published in an open-access peer-reviewed journal in 2019.
A study entitled Kingship and Political Society, 1485-1529 is envisaged for 2020.
Papers, talks and events by members of the project team will be publicised in advance on this website (see below).
Papers by members of the project team in 2017 and 2018.
27 April 2017 – Samantha Harper will be giving an overview of the project entitled ‘The Chamber Books of Henry VII and Henry VIII’ at the annual Medieval Studies day at the University of Winchester. The event is free but registration is required. For details and the programme please click here
Sunday 8 October 2017, 10.30-11.30 – James Ross will be speaking on Henry VII’s uncle, Henry VI, at the BBC History Weekend in Winchester: ‘Henry VI (1422-71). A “Good, Simple and Innocent” man’. For details, please click here
Sunday 8 October 13.40-13.50 – Samantha Harper will be giving an introduction to the project at the BBC History Weekend in Winchester. For details, click here