Upcoming Books, Exhibitions, and Events for November 2022

And, just like that, another month has blown by! You would think with all those physics classes that I took I would have a better feeling for how time works…


As usual, let’s start with the books that have already been released that I missed in previous round-ups! (And there are quite a few this time.)

Paul Kendall’s Queen Elizabeth I: Life and Legacy of the Virgin Queen came out in the UK at the end of September and was released at the end of October in the US:

Next up, Tudor England: A History by Lucy Wooding was released in late October in the UK and will be out at the beginning of 2023 in the US:

And the catalogue for the The Tudors: Art and Majesty in Renaissance England exhibition at The Met in New York is now available on Amazon:

Finally, The Boleyns: From the Tudors to the Windsors by Amanda Harvey Purse was released in mid-October in the UK and will be out in February in the US:

And now for the upcoming November releases!

All the Queen’s Jewels, 1445–1548: Power, Majesty and Display by Nicola Tallis is due out at the end of the month in both the UK and the US. This is one I’m really looking forward to and will probably actually buy physical copy of (in paperback though, looking at the hardcover prices!):

And Natalie Grueninger’s latest Tudor work The Final Year of Anne Boleyn is also out at the end of the month in the UK but will be out in January 2023 in the US:

Continuing Exhibitions

The Tudor: Art and Majesty in Renaissance England opened at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York on October 10, 2022 and will run through January 8, 2023.

Ending this month:

To celebrate the 500th anniversary of Anne Boleyn’s first recorded appearance at Court, her childhood home of Hever Castle is putting on the exhibition Becoming Anne: Connections, Culture, Court. The exhibition opened on March 4 and runs through November 9 and is included with admission to the castle.

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