Featured at the Mostly British Film Festival! American Ricardians in the San Francisco area will have an opportunity to see “The Lost King” ahead of its March 23 US release date at the annual Mostly British Film Festival.  “The Lost King” will close the Festival on February 16 with a 7:30PM showing.  Tickets may be purchased at the MBFF website. (https://mostlybritish.org/films/the-lost-king/)  

Read All About It! Do you have a favorite fiction genre?  Mystery? Romance? Adventure? The latest additions to our fiction library include examples of these types—all with a Ricardian flavor. These and every other book in our fiction collection are free for American Branch members to borrow! Find out how to borrow and see our complete library holdings here. If you aren’t familiar with Toni Mount’s mystery series, you are

U Penn’s MS 1066 The archivists at the University of Pennsylvania have shared this wonderful video getting up close and personal with their Manuscript 1066, one of several copies of an “Edward IV Roll” held in American libraries.  These amazing documents are genealogical histories tracing the lineage of Edward IV back to Adam & Eve, and were created in the early parts of his reign to justify his accession to

Amy Juarez, University of California Riverside The American Branch is thrilled to announce that the winner of the 2023 Schallek Fellowship is Amy Juarez, a Ph.D. candidate in English Literature at the University of California-Riverside.  The $30,000 fellowship will help support Amy with writing her dissertation next year. Amy writes: My dissertation, entitled “The Poetics of Embodied Architecture in Medieval and Early Modern Europe,” takes as its central concern how