The Tudor Society

Live chats – 21 and 28 September

As usual, we have two live chats this month, an informal one and a Q&A session with our expert speaker, Sarah Morris.

Both chats will take place in the Tudor Society chatroom, which can be found at They wll last an hour.

Our informal live chat is on Tudor childhood and will take place on Saturday 21st September. The idea of the informal live chats is for members to dive in with their comments, opinions, book recommendations etc. and to pose questions to each other on the topic. Anything that is topic-related. Claire attends to moderate, and to take part too. We can talk about childhood, education, upbringing, children in different classes, toys, all sorts!

If you're new to live chats, feel free to lurk in the background and watch proceedings for a while, or feel free to dive right in. You can particpate by typing your question or comment in the text box and hitting return.

Here are the times for the chat in different time zones:

Our expert live chat will take place on Saturday 28th September and is with Sarah Morris. Note that it will be starting earlier than normal. Sarah will be answering your questions on her talk on the Anne of Cleves panels discovery, but do feel free to ask her about her books and research too. You can view her talk at It really is excellent!

Here are the times for the chat in different time zones:

There will be a transcript published on the site of Sarah's live chat session for those who cannot make it.

I do hope you can come along to one of our live chats, they're always good fun.

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