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Mary Queen of Scots and Elizabeth I
Professor Susan Doran presents an exclusive online talk on the rivalry between two of history's most famous women, as a major new British Library exhibition opens this autumn.

Join us as we explore the dark side of 16th-century Scotland and England, discovering how two women who never met were locked in a dangerous rivalry with a heartbreaking conclusion.

Join Professor Susan Doran for a 50-minute talk followed by a 30-minute Q&A. The webinar will be recorded and the recording made available to ticket holders for 7 days after broadcast.

Nov 18, 2021 06:30 PM in London

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Professor Susan Doran
Senior research fellow, Jesus College Oxford
Professor Susan Doran is Senior Research Fellow at Jesus College Oxford and teaches early-modern history at St Benet’s. After reading History at St Anne’s College, Oxford, Professor Doran obtained a PGCE, and afterwards taught at St Paul’s Girls’ School, London. Her doctorate at UCL was in early modern history, her thesis a political biography of an Elizabethan nobleman (Thomas Radcliffe 3rd earl of Sussex 1526-1583). Moving to St Mary’s University College (London), Professor Doran taught a wide range of early-modern British and European History courses, and ran the history programme for a number of years. When she left in 2001, she was Reader in History. Professor Doran returned to Oxford in 2002 as a lecturer in Christ Church, and has been a Fellow at St Benet’s Hall since 2004.