Charles Beem Tudor Historian

I earned my Bachelor’s degree in History at California State University at
Northridge, my Masters in Medieval History at Northern Arizona
University and my Ph.D. at the University of Arizona, where I studied
Early Modern and Modern British history.  I am currently a professor of
history at the University of North Carolina, Pembroke, where I teach
courses in World Civilizations, Early Modern Europe, all aspects of
British History; and the History of Sexuality.  I am also, along with Carole
Levin, the editor of the book series “Queenship and Power” for
publishers Palgrave Macmillan.  I am currently working on the
monograph
Queenship in Early Modern Europe.  I was the recipient of an
excellence in teaching award in 2006 and 2015, two Folger Shakespeare
Library fellowships in 2007 and 2011, and the Adolph Dial Award for
Scholarship and Creativity in 2008.  In 2012, I was elected a fellow of the
Royal Historical Society

“As a scholar and an educator, I am totally dedicated to
fashioning a literate, thinking, critical society, and devoted to
the pursuit of social justice, peace, and harmony. As a writer, I
have been fascinated with British Monarchy, and the Tudor
dynasty all of my life  As a public speaker, I am available to
deliver talks on many aspects of English history and British
monarchy.  If you or your organization is interested please
contact me!”


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I will be delivering my paper on the Maria
Theresa at the Annual Kings and Queens
Conference to be held in Winchester.
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