Game of Queens
This event has finished Took place on: Tuesday, 15th Nov 2016
The sixteenth century was an Age of Queens, when powerful women ruled huge swathes of Europe.
Sarah Gristwood, author of Game of Queens, discusses queens regent and regnant from Isabella of Castile to Elizabeth of England - and asks what the challenges they faced have to teach us about the present day?
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