Research Articles

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                                        -Mark Twain

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**As scholars, our highest calling is to produce sound, objective research while maintaining professional academic integrity. The work below has taken me countless hours to research for, write and then format on this blog. Please respect my efforts by citing any information you use. At the bottom of this page you will find templates for all three major manuals of style for using a blog as a source.

Blog Entries
An Inquiry into Jane Boleyn, Viscountess Rochford
Anne's Content of Character
Anne and Thomas More: Mortal Enemies?
Anne Boleyn's Appearance
Anne's Final Pregnancy
Anne's Last Message to Henry: Fact or Fiction?
Anne's Queenly Badge
Christmas at the Tudor Court
Collectanea Satis Copiosa
Divorced, Beheaded, Died? The Postpartum Care of Jane Seymour
Elizabeth I: A Man?
Elizabeth, the Promiscuous Queen?
George Boleyn and Questions of Sexuality
George Boleyn: More Than Collateral Damage
Katherine Carey: A Case for Royal Paternity
Loving Mom or Distant Lady Mother: The Bond Between Anne and Elizabeth
"Never With the Mother!" The Rumored Relationship Between Elizabeth Boleyn and Henry VIII
Noli Me Tangere: The Relationship Between Anne and Thomas Wyatt
Plurrimi Laetissima: Anne and Public Perception
The Accession of Elizabeth I
The Arrest of Anne Askew
The Arrests of Anne and Her Lovers
The Betrothal of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour
The Boleyns' Irish Connection
The Burial Site of Anne Boleyn
The Burning of Anne Askew
The Death of Elizabeth I
The Execution of George Boleyn and Anne's Other "Lovers"
The Executions of Katharine Howard and Jane Boleyn
The Executions of Francis Dereham and Thomas Culpepper
The Lady Becomes Marquess Pembroke
The "Lovers" of Anne Boleyn
The Marriage of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn: The Conception and Controversy
The Mary Mythology
The Middlesex Indictment
The Religiosity of Anne's Fall
The Shoes of Anne Boleyn?
The Trial of Anne Boleyn
The Trials of Anne and George Boleyn
The {Truth} About Thomas Boleyn
Thomas Cromwell: An Introduction
White Falcon: The Coronation Song of Anne Boleyn
Why Anne Boleyn

Extended Historical Articles (Full Text)
"Fasting, Purging and Praying: The Relationship Between Disordered Eating and Spirituality in the Life of Catalina de Aragon"
"Quixotic Queen, Rebellious Reformer or Homewrecking Hussy: The Nature of Anne Boleyn's Influence on King and Christianity in Tudor England"

Citation Examples

Chicago Manual of Style (for historical writing)
Author last name, author first name. "Title of Blog Post/Entry". Blog Title. Last modified January 1, 2000.

MLA Manual of Style (for general research/English)
Author last name, author first name. "Title of Blog Entry/Post". Weblog entry. Title of Blog. Date Posted. Accessed January 1, 2000.

APA Manual of Style (for medical fields, ethnic and gender studies)
Author last name, author first initial. Title of Blog Entry/Post.Retrieved January 1, 2000, from

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