Podcasts, links and PDFs:
Friends might be interested in the following podcasts, links and PDFs:
- England in the Age of Shakespeare for the New Books Network
- Is Military History Worth Studying? for the New Books Network
- A Short History of the Great River Thames for The Article
- How Might Historians Look Back on David Cameron? for The Article
- American Slavery in Historical Perspective for the FPRI
- Academics should look in the mirror before smearing their rivals for The Article
- Is the Idea of The Enlightenment Still Useful?
- The arresting note of folly: Oxford and class war
- The Problem with Decolonising the Curriculum
- Jeremy on his The English Press: A History for the New Books Network
- Jane Austen. A Tory Commentator
- Britain and Europe. A Short History
- Jeremy on War and Its Causes for the New Books Network
- Jeremy on The World at War, 1914-1945 for the New Books Network
- Jeremy’s profile on TheArticle.com/
- Imperial Legacies. The British Empire round the world
- Charting the past. The historical worlds of eighteenth-century England/
- Slavery reparations and the politics of anger
- Overrated aircraft carriers; underrated anti-tank weaponry
- Beijing’s Chilling Imprisonment of a Taiwanese critic
- Book review by Jeremy in Journal of World History
- ‘Could the British have won the American War of Independence?’ at 19.30 on 26 February for the Salisbury Military History Society at St John’s Place, Bemerton. Details from email@example.com
- ‘Italy and the Grand Tour,’ The Arts Society, Cheltenham, at 20.00 on 12 May. Details from Dargavel@gmail.com
- ”The Strategies of World War Two,’ at 19.00 on 15 May at The Soldiers’, Sailors’, Marines’, Coast Guard and Airmens’ Club, 283 Lexington Avenue (between 36th and 37th Streets), New York, NY 10016-3540.
- Topic to be confirmed, at 14.00 on 14 October at The Art Society, Exeter.
- ‘Waterloo and the War of 1812,’ for the Waterloo Association, at 19.15 on 18 November at the East India Club, London.
- ‘George III as Patron and Subject of the Arts,’ The Art Society, Honiton, at 14.00 on 8 December. Details from firstname.lastname@example.org