by Ed Simon
Queen Elizabeth's speech to English soliders in anticipation of the Spanish invasion of 1588 rallied the troops for a battle that never happened. But it anticipated today's cultural battle over the stability of gender categories.
SOURCE: Kearney Hub
Carole Levin’s interest in Queen Elizabeth I began when she first picked up a biography of the monarch.
by Jerry Brotton
Isolated from Europe, Elizabeth I turned to the Islamic world.
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