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‘I am the voice of the past that will always be’: the Eurovision Song Contest as historical fiction (2019)
Journal Article
Baker, C. (2019). ‘I am the voice of the past that will always be’: the Eurovision Song Contest as historical fiction. Journal of historical fictions, 2(2), 102-125

The Eurovision Song Contest has been called everything from ‘the Gay Olympics’ to ‘a monument to drivel’, but can it also be thought of as historical fiction – and what could that reveal about how narratives of national and European identity are reto... Read More about ‘I am the voice of the past that will always be’: the Eurovision Song Contest as historical fiction.

Political Obedience (2016)
Book Chapter
Burgess, G. (2016). Political Obedience. In U. Rublack (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of the Protestant Reformations, 83-102. Oxford University Press (OUP)

The accession of James I: Historical and cultural consequences (2016)
Book
Burgess, G., Wymer, R., & Lawrence, J. (2016). The accession of James I: Historical and cultural consequences. Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9780230501584

This book analyzes the consequences of the accession of James I in 1603 for English and British history, politics, literature and culture. Questioning the extent to which 1603 marked a radical break with the past, the book explores the Scottish, Wels... Read More about The accession of James I: Historical and cultural consequences.

The Court of Henry II of England in the 1180s and the Office of King of Arms (2010)
Journal Article
Crouch, D. (2010). The Court of Henry II of England in the 1180s and the Office of King of Arms. Coat of arms, 3rd ser., 6(220), 47 - 55

Examines evidence in the poetry of Bertran de Born which suggests that the office of King Herald, or King of Arms can be dated a century earlier than previously believed, which puts a new light on tournament culture and court ceremonial in the twelft... Read More about The Court of Henry II of England in the 1180s and the Office of King of Arms.


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