Charlotte Corday killed Jean-Paul Marat on 13 July 1793.
Volume 72 Issue 6 June 2022
A symbol of rebirth and redemption, the phoenix itself has been born and reborn – from ancient Egypt to New York.
We ask 20 questions of leading historians on why their research matters, one book everyone should read and their views on historical drama …
On the 50th anniversary of Watergate we ask four historians about its afterlife – beyond the impressively versatile -gate suffix.
Magellan, schizophrenia, conspiracies and Europe’s indigenous Muslims: a roundup of some of the latest history books.
In 1982 Britain’s armed forces were focused on the possibility of confrontation with the Soviet Union. They were unprepared for war in the South Atlantic, against an opponent with weapons supplied by NATO allies.
The role of patients and professionals in the definition and treatment of schizophrenia.
A new and ambitious foray into the world of Anglican ecclesiastical history.
Who are Europe’s indigenous Muslims?
Is the office the height of bureaucractic efficiency, or an unnecessary evil?