‘Puritan Princesses: Oliver Cromwell’s Daughters’: a talk by Miranda Malins

30-11-22 - 30-11-22,
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Admission: ££6 Adults, £4.50 Students/Museum Members

Location: Via Zoom

Behind the politics, war and religion that we associate with Oliver Cromwell was a man who was devoted to his family. His sons took after their father to one degree or another, but how much do we know about Cromwell's four daughters? The remarkable stories of these four women is revealed by historian and noverlist Miranda Malins, who has brought the eldest and youngest back to life in her first two novels.

Dr Miranda Malins is a writer and historian specialising in the history of Oliver Cromwell, his family and the politics of the Interregnum period following the Civil Wars. She studied at Cambridge University, leaving with a PhD, and continues to speak at conferences and publish journal articles and book reviews. Her novels 'the Puritan Princess' and 'the Rebel Daughter' have proved to be hughly succesful.

This talk will be recorded and put on a private channel after the 'live talk' for ticket holders to view at their leisure if they miss the live talk or wish to view them again.

This talk is part of a four part lecture series; for season tickets please click here.

Wednesday 9 November at 7.30pm - John Rees on 'The Putney Debates and the Birth of Democracy'

Wednesday 16 November at 7.30pm - Dr Rebecca Warren on 'Protector or Persecutor: Witches, the Devil and Oliver Cromwell'

Wednesday 23 November at 7.30pm - Dr Jonathan Fitzgibbons on 'Cromwell's Head'

Wednesday 30 November at 7.30pm - Miranda Malins on 'Puritan Princesses: Oliver Cromwell's Daughters'

Click on the titles for more information and individual bookings.

PLEASE NOTE: These talks will be held online via Zoom. Joining details will be sent out the week before the talk.

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