Administrative Architecture: Locating the Exchequer in Mid-Tudor Government, 1554-1572
Conciliar Connections: Prosopography in the Mid-Tudor Privy Council
Our papers take a new approach to administrative history to explore the Privy Council and Exchequer. They address the mid-Tudor period as a formative time in the development of both institutions and examine the men that worked within and between them. By exploring these relationships through the lens of prosopography and architecture, these papers reveal the interconnectivity of Tudor government. Drawing on diverse sources, these papers recontextualise institutions within the spaces and webs of interpersonal relationships in which they operated to provide a deeper understanding of the inner workings of the Tudor state.
Kirsty Wright is a PhD student at the University of York.
Connor Huddlestone is a PhD student at the University of Bristol.
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