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Claire Jones, editor of HerStoria
Interviews

Claire Jones, editor of HerStoria

HerStoria magazine started up in 2009 and soon got impressive reviews, including being named to the top ten list of new magazines from Library Journal. “History that puts woman in her place” is the tagline for HerStoria, which provides a feminine slant on history and offers a wide variety of articles and features dealing with women’s history from ancient times to the present.

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Claire Jones, editor of HerStoria

HerStoria magazine started up in 2009 and soon got impressive reviews, including being named to the top ten list of new magazines from Library Journal. “History that puts woman in her place” is the tagline for HerStoria, which provides a feminine slant on history and offers a wide variety of articles and features dealing with women’s history from ancient times to the present.
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Interview with Richard Britnell

Interview with Richard Britnell conducted at the International Congress on Medieval Studies. Richard Britnell, professor emeritus at Durham University, is a renowned medieval historian in the area of economic and social history for medieval England and the British Isles. We speak to him about his research, including his latest book – Land and Family.
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Interview with Dan McCarthy

The Irish Annals: Their genesis, evolution and history, by Dan McCarthy, examines the works created in early medieval Ireland, and which continued to be a major source of Irish history into the early modern period.McCarthy’s book, which was first published by Four Courts Press in 2008, re-examines the manuscript evidence, commencing with an account of the primary manuscript witnesses for the ten most characteristic annalistic texts.
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Interview with John Hosler

We interview John D. Professor Hosler talks about going from a graduate student to becoming a tenured professor, and the work a historian needs to do to reach that level. We also talk about his book ‘Henry II: a Medieval Soldier at War, 1147-1189’ and his research on medieval military history. The interview was done during the International Congress on Medieval Studies in May 2010.
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Interview with Rafe de Crespigny

Rafe de Crespigny is Professor Emeritus at the Australian National University. He is considered to be one of the most important historians on early medieval China, focusing on the late second and third centuries, when the Han Dynasty collapsed and was replaced by the Three Kingdoms. Professor de Crespigny has written numerous books and articles related to this era, including his latest work, Imperial Warlord: A Biography of Cao Cao 155-220 AD.
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Interview with Kaye Jones and Rupert Colley

1066 in an Hour is the first medieval title from History in an Hour. This concise account of the Norman Conquest of England is available as an ebook and an app on iPhone and iPad. We have interviewed the author of this book, Kaye Jones, and the founder of History in an Hour, Rupert Colley:Kaye Jones1.
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Montague Heritage Services

With a resume that ranges from Hollywood films to national museums, Montague Heritage Services has proven itself as a successful medieval re-enactment business. Founded by Alan Montague in 1998, this Irish company has grown to over 50 people and has developed a wide range of activities, including providing support to television and film crews, doing live living history events, and supplying authentic-looking materials.
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