Should the finger of blame be pointed at the marmot for the global spread of the plague?
The complexities of Haiti’s religious culture were misunderstood and exploited by imperial powers.
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Puccini’s opera revealed misunderstandings and stereotypes on both sides of the East-West divide.
The resort to law was an integral and regular part of everyday life in medieval Britain – and not just for men. Town court records offer glimpses into the lives of hundreds of ordinary women, through the lawsuits they were involved in.
Solitude was treated with suspicion in the Middle Ages. For most people it has only been a possibility in recent times.
Volume 71 Issue 3 March 2021
In the March issue:
The Venner Rebellion, Madam Butterfly and the Forging of Japanese Identity, 1771: Britain Between Continents, Fancy Dress, Litigious Lives, Haiti’s ‘Zombies, Cannibals and Werewolves’, Soviet Shopping, Marmots.
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