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Mary Catherine Bateson

Mary Catherine Bateson (born December 8, 1939) is an American writer and cultural anthropologist.

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Catherine Howard
... Catherine Howard (c ... Catherine's date and place of birth are unknown, but are occasionally cited as 1521 or 1525, and in Wingate, County Durham ... Catherine married Henry VIII on 28 July 1540, at Oatlands Palace, in Surrey, almost immediately after the annulment of his marriage to Anne of Cleves was arranged ...
Mary Catherine Bateson - Bibliography
... Goldsby Angels Fear Towards an Epistemology of the Sacred (1987) written with Gregory Bateson With a Daughter's Eye A Memoir of Margaret Mead and Gregory Bateson (1984) Our Own Metaphor A ...
Catherine - Other Uses
... Catherine (1811), a 325 ton sailing ship and whaler built in 1811 at New Bedford Catherine, Alabama Catherine, Colorado ...
Catherine Howard - Historiography
... Catherine is not regarded as particularly important in terms of long-lasting historical significance ... to cheer up after he had her beheaded by contrast, Anne triggered the English Reformation." Catherine has been the subject of two modern biographies ... or less sympathetic, although they disagree on various important points, involving Catherine's motivations, date of birth, and overall character ...
Catherine Howard - Portrayal in Media - In Fiction
... Catherine's story is fictionalized in the young adult novel The King's Rose by Alisa M ... Catherine's story is fictionalized in the novel Murder Most Royal and Rose Without a Thorn by Jean Plaidy ... Catherine is a main character in the book The Boleyn Inheritance by Philippa Gregory ...

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