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11 June 2019THE ART OF THE HERO: SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND EXPLORERS
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THE ART OF THE HERO: SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND EXPLORERS MAX JONES Tuesday 11 June 2019

MAX JONES

Formerly a Fellow and Director of Studies in History at Christ's College, Cambridge, Max now teaches at the University of Manchester and is a recent winner of the university’s ‘Teacher of the Year’ award. He specializes in the cultural history of war and heroism, and is currently writing a new history of British heroes. Public lecturing is Max’s passion. Alongside lectures at Manchester and other universities, he has spoken about his research to public audiences throughout the UK and beyond, from the Isles of Scilly to Hobart, Tasmania.