Evliya Çelebi was born on 25 March 1611.
Volume 72 Issue 3 March 2022
Pope Clement V suppressed the order on 22 March 1312.
‘History has taught me to be sceptical of facile explanations based on prejudice.’
The UK Parliament was not designed for women with children and this continues to present challenges for new parents. How far have things changed?
How a German colony laid the groundwork for the alliance between Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan.
Surveying history’s various attempts to rehydrate Rome’s ‘desiccated corpse’.
The history of England’s Jewish community in a period of revolution.
Age matters; events are experienced differently by young and old, but how do we find those differences in history?
Josephine Baker’s induction into the Pantheon is both a cause for celebration and a prompt to explore France’s progressive values.
Two Hindu gods discover an abandoned child while following the wind’s path.