As the age of revolutions swept across Europe, the Pacific also witnessed dramatic changes when monarchies were rebuilt and societies transformed.
Throughout the centuries countless libraries and carefully curated book collections have been dispersed, destroyed or lost.
Black History Month
As calls for women’s suffrage gained momentum following the American Civil War, an uncomfortable racial fault-line began to emerge within the movement, argues Jad Adams.
Two continents and two millennia of extraordinary African Europeans.
A culture war on race and empire divided the intellectual classes of Victorian Britain.
Volume 71 Issue 11 November 2021
In the November issue:
Kings of the Pacific in an Age of Revolution, Pompeii, Paranormal Politics, Devadatta, the Quiet Death of Libraries, Parchman prison, Mills and Boon, Drunk Diplomats.
Plus: reviews, opinion, crossword and much more!