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Episode 203: Micheline White on Katherine Parr and Henry's Doodles

In this episode, we chat with Micheline White, who has been in the news recently for some "doodles" she discovered of Henry VIII in a prayer book Katherine Parr had given him. Thanks to Micheline for being on the show, and sharing her research!

Micheline White is an Associate Professor in the College of the Humanities and the Department of English. She began teaching at Carleton as an Assistant Professor in 1998. She completed a B.A. (honours) in English Literature at the University of Toronto in 1989 and then moved to Aomori, Japan, where she taught English at a Japanese High-school for a year. She received an M.A. in English Literature from the University of Ottawa in 1992 and a Ph.D. in English Literature from Loyola University Chicago in May 1998. Her main field of study is English Renaissance literature, and she is particularly interested in women’s writing and Reformation history. She has published several recent articles on Katherine Parr.


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