A great historian and public intellectual, Thomas Fuller championed moderation and responsibility in a time of war, polarisation and misinformation.
Forced into exile following the death of Haiti’s first and only king, Queen Marie-Louise and her daughters sought refuge from the turbulent events that engulfed their homeland.
An important beast of burden cast from the sweat of the sun.
‘We cannot ignore the long legacies of history.’
What did British officers think of the American Civil War as it was happening?
Exploring St Paul’s Cathedral’s secular churchyard.
Demolishing the myths surrounding Mary Seacole.
Writing in troubled times, Julian of Norwich realised that consolation only has meaning if it takes pain seriously.
Bringing together revolution’s most ardent theorists and its fiercest critics.
Scotland’s profiteering and complicity within the British Empire’s transatlantic slave trade.