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Black, Jeremy (Martin)

BLACK, Jeremy (Martin)

BLACK, Jeremy (Martin). British, b. 1955. Genres: History. Career: Oxford University, England, senior scholar of Merton College, 1979-80; University of Durham, England, lecturer in history, 1980-90, senior lecturer, 1990-91, reader, 1991-95, director of University Research Foundation and Society of Fellows, 1991-95, professor, 1994-95; University of Exeter, England, professor of history, 1995-. Publications: The British and the Grand Tour, 1985; British Foreign Policy in the Age of Walpole, 1985; The English Press in the 18th Century, 1986; Natural and Necessary Enemies, 1986; 18th Century Europe, 1700-1789, 1990; Culloden and the '45, 1990; The Rise of the European Powers, 1679-1793, 1990; Robert Walpole and the Nature of Politics in Early 18th-Century Britain, 1990; War for America, 1991; A Military Revolution?, 1991; A System of Ambition?, 1991; The Grand Tour, 1992; Pitt the Elder, 1992; The British Abroad, 1993; European Warfare 1660-1815, 1994; Divergence?, 1994; British Foreign Policy in an Age of Revolutions, 1783-1793, 1994; Warfare in the 18th Century, 1999; War and the World, 2000. Also author of other books. EDITOR: Britain in the Age of Walpole, 1984; (with K. Schweizer) Essays in European History in Honour of Ragnhild Hatton, 1985; The Causes of War in Early Modern Europe, 1987; (with E. Cruickshanks) The Jacobite Challenge, 1988; (with P. Woodfine) The British Navy and the Use of Naval Power in the 18th Century, 1988; Knights Errant and True Englishmen, 1989; (with Schweizer) Press and Politics in Hanoverian Britain, 1989; British Politics and Society from Walpole to Pitt, 1742-1789, 1990; (with J. Gregory) Culture, Politics and Society in Britain, 1660-1800, 1991. Address: SHiPSS, Amory Bldg, University of Exeter, Rennes Dr, Exeter, Devon EX4 4RJ, England.

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