Interview with Elizabeth Carney and Caroline Dunn

I am very much looking forward to the Clemson conference. Dynastic loyalties is as relevant today as everyMy paper “Richard III: Loyalty binds me” will be read there.

Royal Studies Journal

Elizabeth Carney and Caroline Dunn are the main organizers of the next Kings & Queens Conference, coming to you this April, 8th/9th at Clemson University in Greenville, SC, USA.

They are also both teaching and researching at this university; Elizabeth with a focus on the ancient world, especially on Greece and Macedonia as well as on Alexander the Great. Caroline is a scholar of medieval Europe, especially gender history in late medieval England.

We caught up with them to ask about their research and, of course, about what to expect at the next Kings & Queens Conference!

Cathleen: Hi Caroline and Beth! Thanks for doing this interview.

The Kings & Queens conference is leaving Europe, crossing the pond to Greenville, South Carolina and gathering at Clemson University. Could you tell us a bit more on how this happened?

Caroline & Beth: Several years ago, Beth, who works on queens in…

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