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The making of a monarchy for the modern world 2012

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Published on Jun 19, 2012

Chaired by Michael Day (Chief Executive, HRP) and Lucy Worsley (Chief Curator, HRP) - Professor Sir David Cannadine (Princeton University) opening the conference:

"When did the British Monarchy become a constitutional monarchy?"

For podcasts of the conference, visit our iTunes U channel:
http://itunes.apple.com/gb/institutio...

For this conference our big theme is the British monarchy and its relationship to the modern world. Papers will address a range of inter-related topics covering the period from 1688 to the present day, including:

- the difference between British and Continental monarchies
- the global reach of the British monarchy
- the relationship between royalty and the media
- monarchical dress and material culture
- the portrayal of monarchs in film and theatre

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