The Sisters Boleyn with Christine Morgan

With this podcast I share a variety of stories from the most well-known dynasty of them all; The Tudors. From simple stories about the people of the time to the drama that was the reign of Henry VIII and of course, religion and politics.

This episode of the podcast is brought to you in part by The Falcon Nest – Handmade, history-themed jewelry. The Falcon Nest specializes in gorgeous replicas of the famous Anne Boleyn “B” necklace.  See more at – the-falcon-nest.com  – and be sure to use promo code TUDORSDYNASTY to receive 15% off!

So, May 19th is the 483rd anniversary of the execution of Anne Boleyn – I hate to call it an anniversary because that would indicate a celebration, and it was no real celebration for Anne. Except, without her execution I don’t believe she would be as popular as she is today. Anne’s sister Mary has been mostly lost to history but part of her still carries on today – we’ll cover that more in a little bit.

On today’s show we have special guest, Christine Morgan – Christine is a historian and web series creator from Charlotte, NC and hold an MA in European History and has been invited to present her research internationally at history conference in the US and in the UK.

Her research covers the history of royal families, royal mistresses, religion, theatre, and propaganda. Christine’s web series called “Untitled History Project” which she writes, researches and hosts, has garnered support in her community and has been used as teaching material in high schools and universities in the US.

You can find Christine here:

Untitled History Project – Facebook 

Untitled History Project – YouTube 

You can also find the Anne of Cleves book I mention in the episode here:

Amazon – US

Written by: Rebecca Larson

Voiced by: Rebecca Larson & Christine Morgan

Produced by: Rebecca Larson

Imaging by: Troy Larson

Music Credits: 

Suonatore di Liuto Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ 

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