The infamous Mary Mallon was born on 23 September 1869.
Volume 71 Issue 9 September 2021
Luigi Galvani discovered that the spinal cords of a frog carried an electric charge on 20 September 1786.
‘From an early age I couldn’t conceive of life without being an archaeologist.’
Why are medieval women largely absent from current discussions of Armenia’s past?
Oradour-sur-Glane is now known as a memorial to a brutal massacre, but the lives of its inhabitants have been neglected.
The myths and realities of Oliver Cromwell’s formative years.
The first of Earth’s creatures to hurtle into the Moon’s orbit were slow and sedentary residents of the Great Steppe.
On the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, four experts consider the event’s global legacy.
Striking for better working conditions and equal pay, the attendants and patients of Monaghan asylum took over the hospital and hoisted a red flag.
Was the antiquary a ‘bad-tempered crank and gullible collector’, or a pioneering historian?