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Adrian Fort was educated at Oxford, where he was a Clarendon Fellow. He practiced as a lawyer and became involved with politics before pursuing a financial career. He has published many articles on financial and economic matters and has broadcast ...

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As a child Anna lived both by the Cornish coast and on the Cornish moors. After teenage exile riding ponies in Dartmoor and reading English Literature at Bath Spa she returned to live on the edge of Bodmin Moor with her family. Anna is a writer of...

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Carolyne Haynes is an architect by training and a historian. She is currently working as a consultant to The Brickworks Museum near Southampton - the only steam driven brickworks left in the country. Previous projects include Buriton Chalk Pits, a...

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Christian Boulton is the author of Five Million Tides: A Biography of the Helford River (History Press, 2019).

Having graduated in Environmental Biology from the University of Liverpool, he went on to study Broadcast Journalism as a postgradua...

Dr Christina Faraday is a historian of art and ideas, with a special interest in how images and objects can communicate in powerful ways. She is an Affiliated Lecturer in History of Art at the University of Cambridge, and specialises in the art an...

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Eleanor Janega is a medieval historian specialising in sexuality, gender, apocalypticism, propaganda, and the urban experience.
In addition to academic publications, she has written for various popular history magazines including BBC History, and...

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Author of Royal Witches: From Joan of Navarre to Elizabeth Woodville (History Press 2019), Gemma Hollman received her Masters in Medieval History at the University of York, works in the Heritage Service alongside running her blog, Just History Posts.

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Henry Eliot is the Creative Editor of Penguin Classics. He has written three books.