A detailed study of the Enlightenment and the Great Divergence displays admirable depth of knowledge and subtlety of argument.
Volume 67 Issue 6 June 2017
The wretched existence of those banished to Russia’s freezing expanses east of the Urals is vividly described in this excellent study.
The memoir of a pioneering woman pilot who delivered vital fighter aircraft and bombers around Britain during the war.
Marshalsea Debtors' Prison became a microcosm of society.
A painter and a critic discuss the visual past in a beguiling and provocative way, but do they engage the reader?
A convincing account of early modern political organisation gives voice to lesser-known figures.
Two excellent studies highlight the commonality of gay and lesbian experience in Britain and Germany over the past century and a half.
The real and mythical dangers of the wilderness.
The Lord Protector’s move on Jamaica transformed Britain’s early empire.
As the Industrial Revolution wrought widespread social changes, female cotton industry workers’ lives changed dramatically.