About Estelle Paranque
PhD. FHEA. FRHistS.
Estelle completed her PhD in Early Modern History at University College London in 2016. Her thesis is entitled "Elizabeth Through Valois Eyes: Power, Representation, and Diplomacy, 1568-1588". She has turned her PhD into a monograph that was published in November 2018 by Palgrave Macmillan Elizabeth I of England Through Valois Eyes: Power, Representation, and Diplomacy in the Reign of the Queen, 1558-1588.
Estelle has always had a passion for history and particularly for queens and diplomacy.
She was elected a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and she is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She is also a co-convenor of the Tudor and Stuart Seminar at the Institute of Historical Research in London. She has been teaching at university level for the last nine years and is dedicated to share her passion for history with the next generation.
Her research interests are royal and diplomatic studies. She works on Anglo-French relations during Elizabeth's reign and on monarchical representations during the early modern period.
She also works on Catherine de Medici and the Valois kings and their consorts.
She is also very interested in public engagement and has participated in the popular historical documentary Secrets d'Histoire on France 2, BBC Radio 4, and numerous podcasts (BBC History, Viral History, Hidden Stories with Helen Carr for HistoryHit).
She is represented by Rachel Conway at Georgina Capel Associates. For any queries, please contact her agent directly.
Estelle is currently a Lecturer in Early Modern History at New College of the Humanities at Northeastern where she teaches courses on Early Modern Britain, Early Modern Europe, and the Early Modern World.