Writing about Henry VIII -- Reflecting on the king's reformation / G.W. Bernard -- Rich pickings: Henry VIII's use of confiscation and its significance for the development of the royal collection / Maria Hayward -- "As presence did present them": personal gift-giving at the Field of Cloth of Gold / Glenn Richardson -- Cultures of the body, medical regimen, and physic at the Tudor court / Elizabeth Hurren -- Architectural culture and royal image at the Henrician court / Kent Rawlinson -- Wishful thinking: reading the portraits of Henry VIII's queens / Brett Dolman -- Henry VIII and Holbein: patterns and conventions in early modern writing about artists / Tatiana C. String -- Naming in Wyatt's post-incarceration poetry and the influence of prison-graffiti / Ruth Ahnert -- Receiving the king: Henry VIII at Cambridge / Susan Wabuda -- Performing Henry at the court of Rome / Catherine Fletcher -- Henry VIII and Cardinal Pole / Eamon Duffy -- Henry VIII and the crusade against England / Susan Brigden -- Survived: the account of Katherine Parr in Foxe's "Book of martyrs" / Thomas S. Freeman -- Gender and status in John Heywood's The play of the weather / Eleanor Rycroft -- Dramatic genre and the court of Henry VIII / Peter Happé -- The fall of Anne Boleyn: a crisis of gender relations at the Tudor court? / Suzannah Lipscomb -- Henry VIII: the view from 2009 / Steven Gunn
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