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The Armoured Knight, with Dr Amanda Taylor The Sword Guy Podcast

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The Sword Guy Podcast episode 65

Dr. Amanda Taylor is a Research Fellow at the Oakeshott Institute and a Research Affiliate at the Center for Early Modern History, University of Minnesota. She is the author of several academic papers such as The Body of Law: Bodies, Combat and Rhetoric in Sir Thomas Mallory's Quest for Justice and the forthcoming Domesticating War: Women, Medicine and Military Activity in Premodern Europe. She has presented at conferences on topics such as martial women and political power in Shakespeare's history plays and battlefield wounds and treatment in English and Italian sixteenth century epic romances and surgical practise. As well as all that, she works for a medical equipment company.
In our conversation we cover lady knights, battlefield wounds, PTSD in returning soldiers, academic publishing, and more. It’s quite a wide ranging one!
These are the books recommended in this episode:
Tamora Pierce: Song of the Lioness Quartet
Edmund Spenser: The Faerie Queene
Ludovico Ariosto: Orlando Furioso
Matteo Maria Boiardo: Orlando Innamorato
Elizabeth Lev: The Tigress of Forli: The Life of Caterina Sforza
More information on Amanda’s Ph.D., Fabricating the Martial Body: Anatomy Affect and Armour in Early Modern England and Italy, can be found here: https://conservancy.umn.edu/handle/11299/206363
Amanda has a love for armour, and her favourite is the Lion Armour, which can be found at the Royal Armouries: https://collections.royalarmouries.org/object/rac-object-34482.html
Here’s Guy’s favourite Avant Armour: https://www.glasgowlife.org.uk/museums/collections/collection-highlights/avant-armour
 
Amanda mentions Craig Johnson a few times, and if you would like to listen again to his episode, it’s episode 33.
 
For more information about the host Guy Windsor and his work, as well as transcriptions of all the episodes, check out his website at https://guywindsor.net/
And to support the show, come join the Patrons at  https://www.patreon.com/theswordguy
 
 

The Sword Guy Podcast episode 65

Dr. Amanda Taylor is a Research Fellow at the Oakeshott Institute and a Research Affiliate at the Center for Early Modern History, University of Minnesota. She is the author of several academic papers such as The Body of Law: Bodies, Combat and Rhetoric in Sir Thomas Mallory's Quest for Justice and the forthcoming Domesticating War: Women, Medicine and Military Activity in Premodern Europe. She has presented at conferences on topics such as martial women and political power in Shakespeare's history plays and battlefield wounds and treatment in English and Italian sixteenth century epic romances and surgical practise. As well as all that, she works for a medical equipment company.
In our conversation we cover lady knights, battlefield wounds, PTSD in returning soldiers, academic publishing, and more. It’s quite a wide ranging one!
These are the books recommended in this episode:
Tamora Pierce: Song of the Lioness Quartet
Edmund Spenser: The Faerie Queene
Ludovico Ariosto: Orlando Furioso
Matteo Maria Boiardo: Orlando Innamorato
Elizabeth Lev: The Tigress of Forli: The Life of Caterina Sforza
More information on Amanda’s Ph.D., Fabricating the Martial Body: Anatomy Affect and Armour in Early Modern England and Italy, can be found here: https://conservancy.umn.edu/handle/11299/206363
Amanda has a love for armour, and her favourite is the Lion Armour, which can be found at the Royal Armouries: https://collections.royalarmouries.org/object/rac-object-34482.html
Here’s Guy’s favourite Avant Armour: https://www.glasgowlife.org.uk/museums/collections/collection-highlights/avant-armour
 
Amanda mentions Craig Johnson a few times, and if you would like to listen again to his episode, it’s episode 33.
 
For more information about the host Guy Windsor and his work, as well as transcriptions of all the episodes, check out his website at https://guywindsor.net/
And to support the show, come join the Patrons at  https://www.patreon.com/theswordguy
 
 

1 hr 10 min