Podcasts, links and PDFs:
- 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
- Review of Jeremy’s Imperial Legacies by Robert Crowcroft
- Book review by Jeremy in Journal of World History
- Britain and Europe is mentioned in Jack Mintz’s piece on Brexit for the Financial Post
- ‘The Art and Meaning of Maps,’ The Arts Society, Welwyn Garden City, at 10.30 on 19 June. Details from email@example.com
- Pre-opera talk on Ballo in Maschera at Holland Park opera, 17.45-18.30 on 19 June.
- ‘Britain and Europe: A Short History,’ at 10.00 am on 30 June at the Chalke Valley History Festival.
- ‘Roundtable on the Grand Tour’ at 17.30-18.30 on 3 July at the Colnaghi Foundation, 26 Bury Street, London. Drinks afterwards. There is a charge. Details from Nicola Jennings, at Nicola@colnaghifoundation.org
- ‘The Making of a Maritime Empire: Strategy, Power, and the route to the British Empire,’ The Gunther Rothenberg Seminar in Military History, at High Point University, North Carolina, on 2 November. Details from Rick Schneid at firstname.lastname@example.org
- ‘Rethinking World War Two’ at Oundle School at 19.30 on 26 November. Details from JMA@oundleschool.org.uk
- ‘Rethinking Military Revolutions,’ valedictory lecture at University of Exeter, on 30 January 2020, venue and site to be confirmed.
- ‘Could the British have won the American War of Independence?’ at 19.30 on 26 February 2020 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
- Topic to be confirmed, at 14.00 on 14 October 2020 at The Art Society, Exeter.
- ‘George III as Patron and Subject of the Arts,’ The Art Society, Honiton, at 14.00 on 8 December 2020. Details from firstname.lastname@example.org