Sarah Duncan

Sarah Duncan is an assistant professor of History at Spring Hill College. She holds a PhD from Yale University. Her essays on queenship in the reigns of Mary I and Elizabeth I of England have appeared in Explorations in Renaissance Culture, Queens and Power in Medieval and Early Modern England, Elizabeth I and the “Sovereign Arts”: Essays in Literature, History, and Culture.


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Mary I
Queenship and Power
Sarah Duncan
Palgrave Macmillan

Mary I: Gender, Power, and Ceremony in the Reign of England's First Queenexplores the gender politics of the reign of Mary I of England from her coronation to...


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Nice Girls Do

Sarah Duncan
St. Martin's Griffin

It’s the ultimate question for Anna Carmichael, whose work as a garden historian makes her as happy as her love life makes her miserable.  And the men she’s...


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Adultery for Beginners

Sarah Duncan
St. Martin's Griffin

Isabel and Neil are old marrieds. Suburban old marrieds, at that. While the routine that’s as comfortable as an old shoe seems to suit Neil just fine,...


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