Publication Date

April 2015

Advisor(s)

Gary Shaw

Major

History (HIST)

Language

English (United States)

Abstract

In past study of the Tudor period, the role of aristocratic women has either been overlooked or has not been fully explored. Aristocratic women of this period were actively involved in complex and far-reaching networks that they deployed throughout their daily lives and in times of particular crisis. This thesis will also look at how Margaret Tudor's unique case highlights the robust networks women formed in every strand of society. By exploring the ways in which these women formed connections and utilized links, the roles Tudor aristocratic women inhabited will become more clear.

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