The Court Historian

The Court Historian is published twice a year, in June and December. Information about the current and future issues is available here.

Current Issue

Volume 19, No. 1 (June 2014)

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ARTICLES
Rachel Wilson - The Vicereines of Ireland and the Transformation of the Dublin Court, c. 1703–1737
Timothy Peters & Clive Willis - Mad Monarchs: Comparison of the Nature, Causes and Consequences of the Mental Ill-Health of Maria I of Portugal and George III of Great Britain
Rosie Llewellyn-Jones - King Wajid ‘Ali Shah and his Two Indian Courts

BOOK REVIEWS
Penny Richards - Royal Counsel
Malcolm Smuts - The Meanings of Royal Entries
Andrew Barclay - The ‘Dutch Pepys’ and His Diary
Trond Norén Isaksen - Anointing Absolutism
John Martin Robinson - Georgian Spectacle

EXHIBITION REVIEWS
Annette Bächstädt - Mary, Queen of Scots, the Eternal Myth
Heidi Mehrkens - The Festive Year 2013 in Brunswick

CONFERENCE REPORTS
Maria-Christina Marchi, Richard Meyer Forsting, and Miriam Schneider - Wars of Succession

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