History books by men are bought in far greater quantities than those by women. Why?
Volume 72 Issue 4 April 2022
The curation, control and censorship of the life of the elusive St Ambrose.
People with learning or physical disabilities occasionally had unique opportunities in Tudor society.
A history of the dirty business of wiretapping.
A tale of female revenge, power and solidarity.
The physician James Parkinson, who lent his name to the medical condition he defined, was born on 11 April 1755.
Missing fragments of the written record are made all the more conspicuous by their absence.
There is value in a leader who lies – but only if it is done for the greater good.
Power, function and myth have always jostled on the battlements.
Dinner parties in the ‘Revolutionary Age’ with the publisher Joseph Johnson.