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MA PhD Camb
Tony Morris read history at Pembroke College, Cambridge. For a decade he ran the world’s largest history list at Oxford University Press. He was a founding director of Hambledon and London (Sunday Times Small Publisher of the Year 2001-2002) first Chief Executive of The History Press and first Director of Historypin, the world’s largest open-access digital image archive, partnered by Google. A publishing studies examiner, lecturer and published author he is also a former Board Director of Theatre de Complicite, partner in an historical walks company and director of a literary agency. He was recently appointed Chair of The Bleddfa Centre for the Creative Spirit and is a Trustee of the Oxford Centre of Buddhist Studies.