23 min

Joanne Paul on Anne Dowriche and the French Revolution Hidden Histories

    • Society & Culture

Joanne Paul talks to Helen about Anne Dowriche. Dowriche was a 16th century writer, usually classified as a pious writer. Joanne casts her instead as a deeply political writer, and explains how her commentaries on the wars of religion were a rare example of political writing from a Tudor woman. To find out more about Joanne's work, follow her on Twitter: @Joanne_Paul_ Or check out her website: https://www.joannepaul.com/about
This was produced in partnership with the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Follow their work here: https://twitter.com/ahrcpress
Producer: Peter Curry @petedoeshistory

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Joanne Paul talks to Helen about Anne Dowriche. Dowriche was a 16th century writer, usually classified as a pious writer. Joanne casts her instead as a deeply political writer, and explains how her commentaries on the wars of religion were a rare example of political writing from a Tudor woman. To find out more about Joanne's work, follow her on Twitter: @Joanne_Paul_ Or check out her website: https://www.joannepaul.com/about
This was produced in partnership with the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Follow their work here: https://twitter.com/ahrcpress
Producer: Peter Curry @petedoeshistory

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

23 min

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