Published by the Nuova Antologia Militare, no. 1 (2020).
In Memoriam Dennis Showalter. Published in the Nuova Antologia Militare, no 1 (2020).
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Jeremy Black’s recommendations for a murderous British genre.
Read Jeremy’s piece for The Critic website (posted 3 February 2020).
Listen to the podcast of Jeremy speaking on 1 April 2016 for the New York Military Affairs Symposium (NYMAS) on the topic of ‘The Politics of James Bond: From Fleming’s Novels to the Big Screen’.
Listen now on the NYMAS website (1 hour and 53 mins)
A global account of military strategy, which examines the practices, rather than the theories, of the most significant military figures of the past 400 years.
Professor Black discloses the themes and thoughts of his upcoming, final, pre-retirement lecture.
After a thirty-nine year academic career Prof Jeremy Black will give his final pre-retirement lecture on 30 January. For this auspicious occasion he has broken a habit of a lifetime and has prepared an outline. After retirement he plans to return to giving all lectures without notes.
Charles Moore’s multi-volume biography of Thatcher harks back to an ancient tradition. Read Jeremy’s blog for The Critic webite.
A number of scholars, such as Martin Conboy (Journalism in Britain: A Historical Introduction ), have written books on the history of the English press, generally following a linear historical narrative of the development of specific well-known newspapers or biographical studies of prominent media personalities. In contrast, The English Press: A History focuses on how the politico-economic and social situations, in different periods in England, have influenced and have been influenced by the development of the press.