D55 31000 1701 - For Better, For Worse (and Often it was Worse): Stories of England's Queens
|Revised:||May 23, 2017|
|Course Number||D55 31000 1701|
|Course Name||For Better, For Worse (and Often it was Worse): Stories of England's Queens|
|Course Hours||12 hours|
|Dates||- (6 classes)|
Anne Morton B.A., M.A., M.A. (Theology), is a Winnipegger both by birth and by choice. She spent some years in England and Ontario but came back home to work in the Hudson’s Bay Company Archives. Her twenty-five years there provided a wonderful opportunity to learn about North American and British history and the different ways in which history is studied. After retirement she added a degree in Theology from the U of W to her degrees in Classics and English. A storyteller as well as an archivist, she values both documented fact and historical fiction as ways of understanding the past. She has taught 55+ courses on the Stuarts and on Queens of England from Margaret of Anjou to Elizabeth Tudor.