But he has also broadened his perspective, both temporally and geographically, and published on the history of the press, cartography, warfare, culture and on nature and uses of history itself.
His publication on the politics of James Bond was released in 2017.He is able to tailor talks to suit individual audiences.
Jeremy’s work adds up to the most sustained presentation of British history in recent decades. He is a major exponent of military, diplomatic and cartographic history and has been important in helping the British to look at their past, as well as in representing British history to foreign audiences.
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It would be a mistake to pigeon-hole Jeremy as a purely academic, in fact, he is frequently asked to provide his incisive insight into many current political and economic debates – such as the pensions crisis, the rise of nationalism, Brexit, and how that impacts both commerce and society.