After The Favourite, starring Olivia Colman as Queen Anne, cleaned up at the Baftas last night, Professor Paulina Kewes of Oxford's Faculty of English and Jesus College talked to Arts Blog about why the Stuart dynasty remains so fascinating. Professor Kewes' new book, Stuart Succession Literature: Moments and Transformations, was launched last month, published by OUP.
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In February 2017, Professor Richard Bosworth will publish with Yale University Press the third of a line of books about modern Italy.
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A research project is being undertaken to reconstruct music from ancient sources, some of which date back thousands of years. This is leading to performances of music not heard for millennia.
Stuarts Online is a rich resource that brings scholarship on the Stuart era to a wider audience. It includes twenty short films that explore the stories, conflicts and personalities central to the history of Britain from 1603 to 1714.