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Ruling Sexualities: Sexuality, Gender, and the Crown: An Introduction 

K. Wright , E. Legon, M. Storey

Wright, K., Legon, E. and Storey, M., « Ruling Sexualities: Sexuality, Gender, and the Crown: An Introduction ». Royal Studies Journal, 6(2), 2019, p. 26–32. 

Extrait de l’article

In July 2018, researchers from universities, heritage organisations, and museums convened at the seventh annual Kings and Queens Conference to explore a relatively unchartered aspect of historical and royal studies: “Ruling Sexualities: Sexuality, Gender and the Crown.” The conference was co-organised by the University of Winchester and Historic Royal Palaces, the independent charity and research organisation that looks after, among other sites, Hampton Court Palace, Kensington Palace, and the Tower of London. Delegates gathered at Hampton Court Palace on the opening day of the conference where they explored sexuality in royal history, its representation today and in the past, and how it should and can be acknowledged jointly by academics and heritage professionals alike. The conference reconvened at the University of Winchester for the remaining three days, where speakers and audiences reflected on issues that were raised at Hampton Court Palace, alongside several facets of royal sexuality, with papers presented on subjects with considerable chronological and geographical breadth.

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