Silvia Z. Mitchell, Associate Professor in the History Department, will be part of a National Book Event hosted by Penn State University. Her book, Queen, Mother, and Stateswoman: Mariana of Austria and the Government of Spain (Penn State University Press 2019, paperback 2020) has been recently “Highly Commended with Jury’s Congratulations” in the Biennial Royal Studies Journal in Association with the University of Winchester Book Prize Competition.
Join PSU Press for a discussion with the authors of four recent books that explore the many roles of powerful women in the medieval and Early Modern eras! This virtual panel will take place on Friday, September 25th at 7 pm EST.
Panelists will discuss their books and answer your questions. Our guests are:
- Tracy Adams and Christine Adams, authors of THE CREATION OF THE FRENCH ROYAL MISTRESS: FROM AGNÈS SOREL TO MADAME DU BARRY
- Silvia Z. Mitchell, author of QUEEN, MOTHER, AND STATESWOMAN: MARIANA OF AUSTRIA AND THE GOVERNMENT OF SPAIN
- Mariah Proctor-Tiffany, author of MEDIEVAL ART IN MOTION: THE INVENTORY AND GIFT GIVING OF QUEEN CLÉMENCE DE HONGRIE
- Gail Orgelfinger, author of JOAN OF ARC IN THE ENGLISH IMAGINATION, 1429–1829 Moderated by Eleanor H. Goodman, PSU Press Executive Editor
You can learn more and pre-register for the Zoom event here. psu.zoom.us/webinar/register/9815992330851/WN_lVJZ1j2oRt-TB6-_2WDf8A