As far as the French court was concerned, women defined much of the Renaissance.
By Suzannah Lipscomb | Posted Tue 15th October, 12:21
Modernity and the men who climb mountains.
By Clare Roche | Posted Thu 10th October, 10:45
A revealing study of crime in the British military.
By Gary Sheffield | Posted Thu 3rd October, 10:16
A history of the propaganda poster.
By Sheila Corr | Posted Thu 26th September, 11:12
An engaging yet flawed account of the witches of Belvoir Castle.
By Malcolm Gaskill | Posted Thu 19th September, 14:57
The impact of Churchill's speeches was more mixed than posterity allows.
By Taylor Downing | Posted Thu 19th September, 09:37
A book about empires and their inability to understand when their time and capacities are exhausted.
By Rana Mitter | Posted Fri 13th September, 11:05
The cultural significance of gardens in the 18th century.
By Rosie Atkins | Posted Thu 12th September, 09:40
How could the USA, the first nation to cleave church from state, remain so pious?
By Andrew Preston | Posted Wed 28th August, 08:47
The Victorians enjoyed portraying the past as little more than a series of judicial executions and violent death.
By Jad Adams | Posted Tue 27th August, 09:15
A comprehensive account of the business of killing and being killed in battle.
By Robert Fox | Posted Thu 22nd August, 13:14
What were the influences that helped shape the expectations of the real-life prototypes of Chaucer’s Knight?
By Nigel Saul | Posted Thu 22nd August, 10:53
A handbook for witchcraft in Early Modern Europe and Colonial America.
By Michael Hunter | Posted Tue 20th August, 08:39
How the introduction of a regular, piped water supply transformed urban life in the United States.
By Frank Trentmann | Posted Fri 16th August, 09:16
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