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Elizabethan Progresses Conference Speakers

Professor Mary Hill Cole (Mary Baldwin College)

Monarchy in Motion: An Overview of the Elizabethan Progresses

Professor Patrick Collinson (Trinity College, Cambridge)

Pulling the Strings: Religion and Politics in the Progress of 1578

Dr Neville Davies (University of Birmingham)

With One Accord: Entertainment at Elvetham

Professor Katherine Duncan-Jones (Somerville College, Oxford)

Elizabeth’s Last Summer

Dr Gabriel Heaton (University of Warwick)

The Manuscript Circulation of the Entertainment at Harefield (1602)

Dr Paula Henderson 

Gardens, Nature and Wildness in Entertainments for Elizabeth

Dr Elizabeth Goldring (University of Warwick)

Portraiture, Patronage and the Progresses: Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, and the Kenilworth Festivities of 1575

Professor Lisa Hopkins

Fairies and Catholics: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Dr James Knowles (Stirling)

Jonson and Kenilworth

Dr William Leahy (Brunel University)

‘In a deadlie sleepe’: Elizabeth’s Progress to Ditchley and Rycote, 1592

Dr Hester Lees-Jeffries (Magdalene College, Cambridge)

Location as Metaphor in Veritas Temporis Filia (1559) and its Afterlife

Dr Jessica Malay (University of Kent)

Esoteric Iconography: Sibylline Imagery in the Progresses of Queen Elizabeth

Professor Paulette Marty

The Kenilworth Brideale: Performing Revelry

Dr David K. Money (Wolfson College, Cambridge)

Youthful Approaches to Panegyric: Etonian Verse Addressed to Queen Elizabeth I

Dr Birgit Oehle (University of Warwick)

The Usual Suspects: Elizabeth’s Visits to Cowdray and Elvetham

Mr Julian Pooley (Surrey History Centre)

Learned Printer and Ingenious Editor: John Nichols and the Antiquarian Network, 1757 – 1826

Dr Sarah Ross (Massey University) 

Elizabeth I and Antiquarianism: Sir Egerton Brydges and Nichols on the Visits to Bissam, Sudely and Ricote, 1592

Dr James Sutton (Florida International University)

Of Hermits, Gardeners, Molecatchers and Posts: Elizabeth and the Cecils, Theobalds and London

Dr Matthew Woodcock

The Fairy Queen Figure in the Elizabethan Entertainments