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Department of History

Carolyn Harris to Appear on TVO's "The Agenda" on April 28th

This week's royal wedding has kept one of our PhD candidates very busy bringing her historical scholarship to a wide, public audience. Carolyn Harris, who works on the place of female monarchs in public debates during the English Civil War and French Revolution, appears on TVO's "The Agenda" on April 28th as part of a panel discussion on the royal wedding. She has already participated in radio interviews on the place of women in the royal succession and has been interviewed by newspapers across the country on various aspects of royal weddings and the history of monarchical succession. Congratulations Carolyn!

http://www.cknw.com/shows/the_sean_leslie_show.aspx

http://rcinet.ca/english

Kate-William Wedding Could Impact How We View Weddings and Marriage: Historian - The Royal Watchers

http://network.nationalpost.com/shareit/blogs/royalwatchers/archive/2011/04/22/kate-william-wedding-could-impact-how-we-view-weddings-and-marriage-historian.aspx

Modern royalty live 'more ordinary, regular lives'
http://www.edmontonjournal.com/news/royal-wedding/Modern+royalty+live+more+ordinary+regular+lives/4662534/story.html

A ride alongside His Royal Highness
http://www.thewhig.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=3091754

When it comes to royal presents, what you give reflects who you are
http://www.calgaryherald.com/news/canada/When+comes+royal+presents+what+give+reflects/4674902/story.html

Royal Wedding: Complex laws dictate fate of Will and Kate's unborn children - thestar.com

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