The wife of the Mughal Emperor died on 17 June, 1631.
Volume 69 Issue 6 June 2019
Continental Australia has a surprising history of South Asian immigration.
The by-elections of 1938 are part of the long history of Independent Progressives in British politics.
A deceived god has a creative outburst.
‘What will future generations judge us most harshly for? Losing the Second Cold War to China.’
Despite his influence on the likes of Charles Darwin, the 18th-century ‘parson-naturalist’ is sorely underrated.
A new book seeks to change the way we look at the Second World War by challenging three enduring myths about Britain’s involvement.
An alliance of unlike minds offered hope for the future during Europe’s darkest days.
Throughout the 1970s, the feminist group Dolle Mina combined radical protests with conceptual art.
Arabic was not just spread by the sword, but by merchants, patron-hunting poets and dowry-seeking princes.