Helen Castor

Dr Helen Castor is a medieval and Tudor historian and a Bye-Fellow of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. She is the author of Blood & Roses (2004), She-Wolves: The Women Who Ruled England Before Elizabeth (2010), and Joan of Arc: A History, which won the Franco-British Society Book Prize in 2014. She has presented a range of history programmes for BBC radio and television, including Joan of Arc: God’s Warrior for BBC Two in 2015, and her most recent book is Elizabeth I: A Study in Insecurity (Penguin Monarchs Series, 2018).

You can find Helen on Twitter @hrcastor

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