David Birmingham looks at how the invented traditions of 19th-century Swiss history cemented a sense of national identity.
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Abigail Beach looks at constructing communities in the first half of the century
Cathy Mercer reconstructs a wonder of the ancient world
Felipe Fernandez-Armesto argues for a new world history for the Millennium
F.Bremer and E.Rydell examine the tricks used by preachers in 17th-century England and America to hold their audiences.
Exhibitions of African art and culture
Pierre Sorlin considers Visconti's treatment of the 19th-century Italian nobility caught up in the Risorgimento
Iain Fenlon explores how Catholic Europe's great 16th-century sea victory over the Turk was celebrated and propagandised.
Christopher Innocent on ancient Australian burial sites.
Penny Johnston on a campaign to rebuild a historic Canadian church.