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New publications by our Lecturers

posted on 30/03/20

From Hippocrates to Pierre Koenig, and from Portugal to the Andes-Amazon divide, we share new publications by our expert lecturers. 

Professor Jeremy Black’s, A Brief History of Portugal, is published by Little Brown in April. It follows his studies of Italy and Spain in the same series. A Brief History of the Mediterranean will come out later this year.

Jeremy, who has published widely on US history, leads New Orleans to Natchitoches, History, Architecture and Jazz, 24 February-6 March 2021.



Professor Neil Jackson’s latest book, Pierre Koenig: A View from the Archive, Getty Publishing, is the fruit of his discoveries from Koenig’s archive at the Getty Research Institute.

Neil leads West Coast Architecture – a century of building in Arizona and California11–22 September 2020.



Bloomsbury has recently published Professor Helen King’s new study Hippocrates Now: The ‘Father of Medicine’ in the Internet Age. As well as through traditional outlets, it can be accessed in full online.

Helen leads Art & Medicine – Florence, Bologna and Padua in the Age of Humanism, 19–25 October 2020.



Dr Conor Lucey’s Building Reputations Architecture and the artisan, 1750–1830 (Manchester University Press) has been awarded the Alice Davis Hitchcock medallion of the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain.



Adam Hopkins led tours with us for 21 years, retiring in 2017 after 140 tours. His new book Camino Pilgrims to Paradise: the Road to Santiago Then and Now (Movement Publishing), will strike a poignant chord for any who have had the fortune to walk the route with him.



Dr David Beresford-Jones has co-edited Rethinking the Andes-Amazon Divide, to be published later this year by UCL Press.

David leads Peru: the Andean Heartland - Pre-Columbian to present day, 1–14 September 2021.


Giles Tremlett’s latest book, Today the Struggle, a new history of the International Brigades, will be published by Bloomsbury this autumn.

Giles leads Two Spains: the Spanish Civil War and its Aftermath, 14–22 Oct 2020 & 19–27 May 2021.


Professor Richard Stokes has just completed a new book, The Complete Songs of Hugo Wolf, to be published by Faber in October 2021. 


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