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University of Phoenix Faculty Development Chair Releases Book on Medieval Studies | New


PHOENIX – (BUSINESS WIRE) – November 30, 2021–

The University of Phoenix is ​​pleased to share that Kristen McQuinn, MA, Chair of Faculty Development, has released a new book, The two Isabella of King John.

Posted by Pen and Sword History, McQuinn’s TheTwo Isabella of King John examines and sheds light on the lives of Isabelle de Gloucester and Isabelle d’Angoulême, her two relatively unknown wives and queen consorts, through a feminist lens.

“The publisher approached me about this,” McQuinn shares. “They knew about my blog and wanted to publish a series on women in medieval history. The development of the book required a lot of research and understanding of what women of a similar social class would have experienced during this time.

McQuinn is a medievalist who received her Master of Arts in Medieval Literature from Arizona State University. She has worked at the University of Phoenix for 17 years, teaching literature and mythology. McQuinn is currently Chair of Faculty Development at the College of General Studies, where she also oversees the College’s quarterly publication, “We Rise.”

McQuinn maintains a blog devoted to the review and discussion of medieval texts, studies and fiction, and has published a number of short stories, some under pseudonyms, including a story in Star Trek Strange New Worlds 2016 anthology. The two Isabella of King John is his first book.

The book is available online for purchase.

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