Elizabeth Garrett Anderson passed her medical exams on 28 September 1865.
Volume 65 Issue 9 September 2015
The Paleolithic illustrations were found on 12 September 1940.
Far from a static system, Anglo-Saxon personal names reflected societal changes.
The Stuart banner was raised on 6 September 1715.
A subtly nuanced picture of European Roma.
Behind the beautiful work of the ‘Father of Glasgow’ lay a deep and lasting love.
The quest for justice for maligned figures in our past forces us to question the notion of historical truth and objectivity.
Poorly paid and treated with contempt, the plight of early career researchers in the humanities is the result of a systemic betrayal of a generation of academics, argues Mathew Lyons.
The Nazis believed that Islamic forces would prove crucial wartime allies. But, as David Motadel shows, the Muslim world was unwilling to be swayed by the Third Reich's advances.
Roger Hudson details the rebuilding of the world’s first theme park in south London in 1853.