Ashburnham House, which held a manuscript collection gifted to the nation in 1701, went up in flames on 23 October 1731.
Volume 70 Issue 10 October 2020
An archive of handmade erotic objects made over two centuries of American history tells a story of hidden desire that has often been overlooked.
The Roman Stoic philosopher transformed into a symbol of Christian suffering.
Are we adequately prepared for the toll this pandemic will take on mental health?
A short story written in the earliest days of the First World War became an enduring symbol of British providence.
Holding court to the world in a hotel in Harlem.
Good references are invaluable, not just to give credit, but to build a map of the paths taken for research.
We ask four historians whether the demise of one of the 20th century’s superpowers was as inevitable as it now seems.
How medieval manuscripts reveal the reading communities of the early Middle Ages.
Children’s accounts of surviving the Holocaust.